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1 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 1 of 121 Page Division 245 CLEANER AIR OREGON 340-245-0005 Purpose and Overview (1) This statement of purpose and overview is an aid to understanding the rules in OAR 340-245- , and is not for the purpose of regulation or compliance. 0010 through 340-245-8050 that follow minant permitting program, (2) Purpose. The purpose of Oregon’ s risk-based toxic air conta known as Cleaner Air Oregon, is to: ing of all Oregonians (a) Prioritize and protect the health and well-be with a special focus on sensitive populations such as children; ssions from industrial and o toxic air contaminant emi (b) Analyze public health risk due t commercial sources based on veri fied science and data; in other states and jurisdictions and use a science-based, (c) Consider similar regulations consistent and transparent pro cess for communicating and addres sing risks from industrial and commercial emissions of toxic air contaminants, provide regulat ory predictability to businesses and the communities they are a part of; and (d) Reduce exposure to industrial and commercial toxic air cont aminant emissions while supporting an environment where businesses and communities can thrive. (3) Overview. y and Jurisdiction, OAR 340-245-0020, Definitions, and (a) OAR 340-245-0010, Applicabilit cronyms, describe which so urces the risk-based toxic OAR 340-245-0022, Abbreviations and A air contaminant permitting program applies to and specifies definitions, abbreviations and acronyms to be used in the program; (b) OAR 340-245-0030, Submittal and Payment Deadlines, provides the deadlines by which owners or operators must submit risk assessment compliance info rmation when required by DEQ under this division. That rule ge nerally provides owners or operators more time to submit the more complex assessments; (c) OAR 340-245-0040, Emissions Inve ntory, authorizes DEQ to require a source to submit an sed in a risk assessment and to ir contaminant emissions to be u inventory of all of its toxic a submit periodic emissions inventory updates; Procedures, includes requirements and procedures for (d) OAR 340-245-0050, Risk Assessment r levels of risk assessment to the owners and operators of sources to undertake any of the fou he first level of risk demonstrate compliance and determine what requirements apply. T timate that is likely to overest imate risk. As the levels progress assessment is a conservative es Item G 000074 11/15/2018 A‐1 PROPOSED RULES

2 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 2 of 121 Page from Level 1 to Level 4, the asse ssments become more complex bu t also provide increasingly more site-specific and refined risk estimates. An owner or oper ator can choose to start with any level of risk assessment; Units, explains how TEUs (e) OAR 340-245-0060, Toxic Emissions are analyzed and regulated in the context of assessing and re gulating risk from an entire source. This rule includes the criteria for a TEU to be designa ted exempt or aggregated becaus e it poses very low risk and the requirements for approval of new and modified TEUs; ludes the procedural (f) OAR 340-245-0100, Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Addenda, inc requirements for obtaining a permit addendum or a new operating permit under these rules. A Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Addendum will amend the source’s Air Contaminant Discharge it until the requirements in th Permit or Title V Operating Perm e addendum can be incorporated r a source that has a General Air into the source’s operating permit, but will remain separate fo Contaminant Discharge Permit; its will be set in Toxic Air (g) OAR 340-245-0110, Source Risk L imits, explains how risk lim Contaminant Permit Addenda or in operating permits with conditi ons required under this division; (h) OAR 340-245-0120, Community Enga gement, contains requiremen ts for community engagement meetings and other aspects of community engagement; (i) OAR 340-245-0130, Risk Reduction P lan Requirements, specifies how an owner or operator quired to do so, because the source of an existing source must devel op a plan to reduce risk, if re can be reduced using a variety the Risk Reduction Level. Risk risk exceeds the TBACT Level or nforceable as permit conditions and achieve the required level of of methods as long as they are e luded in this rule; risk reduction. Provisions for Voluntary Risk Reduction are inc ntion, explains how the ow ner or operator of a source (j) OAR 340-245-0140, Pollution Preve must perform a pollution preventi on analysis when required unde r OAR 340-245-0130; how an owner or operator of (k) OAR 340-245-0150, Postponement of Risk Reduction, specifies nt of risk reduction due to fina ncial hardship; a source may request postponeme (l) OAR 340-245-0200, Risk Estimates , explains how the owner or operator of a source must d in this division. This rule explains how calculations should be perform the calculations require rounded to evaluate compliance with Source Risk Limits; (m) OAR 340-245-0210, Modeling a nd Risk Assessment Work Plan Requirements, contains air quality modeling and work plan req tors of sources that are required uirements for owners or opera to assess risk; Procedures, explains how the owner or operator of (n) OAR 340-245-0220, TBACT and TLAER ely, a Toxics Best Available Control Technology or Toxics a source must perform, respectiv Lowest Achievable Emission Rate analysis; Item G 000075 11/15/2018 A‐2 PROPOSED RULES

3 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 3 of 121 Page (o) OAR 340-245-0230, Toxic Air Contaminant Monitoring Requirem ents, allows an owner or ual concentrations of toxic air air monitoring to determine act operator of a source to perform nd a source; contaminants in the ambie nt air arou s and Process for Updating (p) OAR 340-245-0300 and 340-245-0310, Toxicity Reference Value Lists of Regulated Toxic Air Contaminants and Their Risk-Based Concentrations, describe the list of authoritative sources that publish toxicity information that the EQC considers, upon the tation with OHA, to determine t he RBCs and the process of recommendation of DEQ, in consul how the RBCs may be updated; (q) OAR 340-245-0400, Cleaner Air Oregon Fees, specifies the permitting fees that apply to sources subject to the rule s in this division; and (r) OAR 340-245-8000 through 340-245-8050, Tables, include the established Risk Action es used to develop Risk-Based Levels, lists of the regulated toxic air contaminants, the valu Concentrations and the Level 1 Risk Assessment Tool. % reduction in the number of (4) The long-term goal of Clean er Air Oregon is to achieve a 50 existing sources posing either a n excess cancer risk of more th an 25 in a million or a Hazard Index of more than 1 by the year 2034. (5) This program supplements requirements in OAR chapter 340, d ivision 244, Oregon Federal Air Toxics Program. This Hazardous Air Pollutant Program, and division 246, Oregon State program includes four levels of risk assessment and allows sour ces to choose any level of 68A.025, 468A.040, 468A.050, assessment to assess risk . Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468.065, 4 468A.070, 468A.155, and Or Laws 2018, ch. 102, §§ 3 and 13. Stats. Implemented: ORS 468.065, 468A.010, 468A.015, 468A.025, 468A.035, 468A.040, 468A.050, 468A.070, and 468A.155, and Or Laws 2018, ch. 102, §§ 2, 3, 6, and 13. 340-245-0010 Applicability and Jurisdiction (1) This division applies in all areas of the state and to all sources, excluding sources located on tribal and federal lands that are not subject to regulation by DEQ. (2) DEQ may consult with OHA as necessary on the implementation of the rules in t his division. s in this division and OAR 340-20 0-0010(3), Lane Regional Air (3) Subject to the requirement the EQC to implement the rules in this division within its Protection Agency is designated by area of jurisdiction. ire sources as well as to indiv idual TEUs. (4) This division applies to ent may also be subject to other air ource subject to this division (5) The owner or operator of a s either in relation to its obligations limited to those listed below, quality rules including but not under this division or indepe ndent of this division. Item G 000076 11/15/2018 A‐3 PROPOSED RULES

4 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 4 of 121 (a) OAR chapter 340, division 209, Public Participation; (b) OAR chapter 340, division 210, Stationary Source Notification Requirements; d Monitoring; tionary Source Testing an (c) OAR chapter 340, division 212, Sta Requirements; Stationary Source Reporting (d) OAR chapter 340, division 214, rmits, including fees; (e) OAR chapter 340, division 216, Air Contaminant Discharge Pe (f) OAR chapter 340, division 218, Oregon Title V Operating Permits; (g) OAR chapter 340, division 220, Oregon Title V Operating Permit Fees; (h) OAR chapter 340, division 224, New Source Review; eral Emission Standards; (i) OAR chapter 340, division 226, Gen (j) OAR chapter 340, division 244, Oregon Federal Hazardous Air Pollutant Program; and ram. egon State Air Toxics Prog (k) OAR chapter 340, division 246, Or es not authorize the emission of any toxic air (6) Disclaimer. Compliance wit h this division do contaminant in violation of any other federal, state, or local law or regulation, or exempt the owner or operator from any other applicable law or regulation. Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468.065, 468A.025, 468A.040, 468A.050, 468A.070, 468A.155, and Or Laws 2018, ch. 102, §§ 3 and 13. Stats. Implemented: ORS 468.065, 468A.010, 468A.015, 468A.025, 468A.035, 468A.040, 2, 3, 6, and 13. 468A.050, 468A.070, and 468A.155, and Or Laws 2018, ch. 102, §§ 340-245-0020 Definitions The definitions in OAR 340-200-0020, 340-204-0010 and this rule apply to this division. If the same term is defined in this rule and OAR 340-200-0020 or 340-2 04-0010, the definition in this rule applies to this division. es a corporation's or (1) “ABEL” means a computer model developed by EPA that evaluat d compliance costs, cleanup costs or civil penalties. ABEL is partnership's ability to affor quest from DEQ. available upon re inant emission rate” means: (2) “Actual toxic air contam oxic air contaminant emissions (a) For an existing source, the t rate from the source’s actual production; or Item G 000077 11/15/2018 A‐4 PROPOSED RULES

5 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 5 of 121 Page (b) For a new or reconstructed sou t emissions rate from the rce, the toxic air contaminan reasonably anticipated actua ucted source. l production by the new or reconstr ted over a 24-hour period or day. (3) “Acute” means evalua eans an exposure location outsid e the boundary of a source (4) “Acute exposure location” m being modeled for daily average con centrations of a toxic air c ontaminant, and that is: (a) A chronic exposure location; or (b) A location where people may spend several hours of one day. (5) “AERMOD” is the EPA approve d steady-state air dispersion model, specified in 40 CFR part 51, Appendix W, "Guidelines on Air Quality Models (Revised)," t hat is the primary model used centrations for regulatory compl for the analysis of ambient con iance. AERMOD uses a fully for American Meteorological developed set of meteorological and terrain data. AERMOD stands Society/Environmental Protecti on Agency Regulatory Model. AERMO D is available upon request from DEQ. (6) “AERSCREEN” is the EPA appr oved screening dispersion model, specified in 40 CFR part ased on AERMOD. The 51, Appendix W, "Guidelines on Air Quality Models (Revised)," b model uses conservative screening meteorology to produce estima tes of "worst-case" stimates produced by AERMOD. concentration estimates that ar e equal to or greater than the e tal Protection Agency AERSCREEN stands for American Meteorological Society/Environmen Regulatory Screening Model. AER SCREEN is available upon request from DEQ. tified under that name in OAR the risk action levels, as iden (7) “Aggregate TEU Level” means 340-245-8010 Table 1, that aggregated TEUs may not exceed, base d on a calculation of the cumulative risk of all aggregated TEUs. (8) “Aggregated TEUs” means all of a source’s TEUs that are identified by an owner or operator ss than the Aggregate TEU Level. A TEU that is identified as one of with total cumulative risk le ated TEU. d to in the singular as an aggreg the aggregated TEUs is referre (9) “Area of impact” means the geographic area where risk is de termined to be above the applicable Risk Action Level, a her comparable model nd is determined by AERMOD or ot approved by DEQ. (10) “Chronic” means evaluate . d over a one-year period or longer (11) “Chronic exposure location” means an exposure location out side the boundary of a source contaminant, and can be either: concentrations of a toxic air being modeled for annual average (a) A residential exposure location; or exposure location. (b) A non-residential Item G 000078 11/15/2018 A‐5 PROPOSED RULES

6 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 6 of 121 Page (12) “Community Engagement Level” means the risk action levels, as identified under that name y engagement. in OAR 340-245-8010 Table 1, at which DEQ will conduct communit (13) “Construction permit” means a Construction Air Contaminant Discharge Permit issued under OAR chapter 340, division 21 6, or a Standard Air Contaminant Discharge Permit used for approval of Type 3 or 4 changes und er OAR chapter 340, division 210. k, chronic noncancer risk and (14) “De minimis source” means a source whose excess cancer ris acute noncancer risk estimates are each less than or equal to t he Source Permit Level in OAR 340-245-8010 Table 1 when calcula city, as determined under ted based on the source’s capa OAR 340-245-0050(7). e date that DEQ sends a notice to an owner or operator that a (15) “DEQ notice date” means th risk assessment is required. nmental and health hazards, (16) “Environmental Justice” means equal protection from enviro e environment in which people live, and meaningful public participati on in decisions that affect th work, learn, practice spirituality, and play. Environmental Jus tice communities include minority bal communities, and other commu and low-income communities, tri nities traditionally underrepresented in th e public process. ancer resulting from exposure to (17) “Excess cancer risk” means the probability of developing c toxic air contaminant emissions from a TEU or an entire source under an applicable exposure ackground rate of cancer. scenario, over and above the b Excess cancer risk is expressed in terms of “X” in a million, and means that approximately “X” number of additional cases of cancer would be expected in a population of one million people subject to the applicable exposure scenario. t TEUs or a source that has (18) “Exempt source” means a source at which all TEUs are exemp no TEUs that emit toxic air cont aminants, as determined under O AR 340-245-0050(6). (19) “Exempt TEU” means a TEU that DEQ has determined is exempt under OAR 340-245- 0060(3). An exempt TEU is not requi red to comply with any other requirements of this division, other than those applicable t o qualify as an exempt TEU and OAR 340-245-0060(4)(c)(A). (20) “Existing source” means a source that: (a) Commenced construction before November 16, 2018; or ivisions 210 or 216 before ications to DEQ under OAR 340 d (b) Submitted all necessary appl tions were deemed comple te by DEQ. November 16, 2018, and all such applica EU. (21) “Existing TEU” means a TEU that is not a new or modified T a location where people, includi (22) “Exposure location” means ng sensitive populations, actually live or normally congregate and will be exposed to a toxic air contaminant present in the n air quality modeling recept or at which toxic air contaminant air, and thus be the location of a ssociated with exposure scenarios uated. Exposure locations are a concentrations and risk are eval Item G 000079 11/15/2018 A‐6 PROPOSED RULES

7 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 7 of 121 Page and identified based on allowed la wed under OAR 340-245- nd use zoning, except as allo 0210(1)(a)(F) or when DEQ has suff ne that an area is being used in icient information to determi a manner contrary to its land use zoning. (23) “Exposure scenario” means a set of assumptions about how a population is exposed to toxic air contaminants. Included in t he assumptions are the type of p eople exposed (e.g., children or adults), and the frequency and dur ation of exposure associated with the scenario (e.g., residential posure locations. or occupational use). Exposure s cenarios are associated with ex (24) “Fixed capital cost” means the capital needed to purchase and construct all the depreciable components of a source. (25) “Hazard Index number” or “Ha zard Index,” as defined in Oregon Laws 2018, chapter 102, nts attributable to toxic air section 2, means a number equal to the sum of the hazard quotie effects on the same target organs or organ systems. contaminants that have noncancer (26) “Hazard quotient,” as de fined in Oregon Laws 2018, chapter 102, section 2, means a calculated numerical v alue that is used to evaluate noncancer h ealth risk from exposure to a single toxic air contaminant. T he calculated numerical value is the ratio of the air concentration of a toxic air contaminant to the noncancer Risk-Based Concentr ation at which no serious adverse human health effects are expected to occur. , as identified unde r that name (27) “Immediate Curtailment Level” means the risk action levels ot be permitted to postpone risk in OAR 340-245-8010 Table 1, at which an existing source will n reduction under OAR 340-245-0160. model developed by EPA that eva luates an individual's (28) “INDIPAY” means a computer sts, cleanup costs or civil penalties. INDIPAY is available upon ability to afford compliance co request from DEQ. (29) “Inhalation Unit Risk” m eans the upper-bound lifetime exce ss cancer risk estimated to result from continuous exposure t o a toxic air contaminant at a concentration of 1 μg/m³ in air. if unit risk = 2 × 10 The interpretation of inhalati on unit risk would be as follows: ⁻⁶ per μg/m³, then two excess cancer cases (upper bound estimate) are expecte d to develop per one million people if exposed daily for 70 y ears to one microgram of the toxic air contaminant per cubic meter of air. addition to inhalation of eration of exposure pathways in (30) “Multipathway” means consid nd dermal conta ct with toxic air contaminants tal ingestion a chemicals in air, such as inciden migrating to soil and water. (31) “MUNIPAY” means a computer model developed by EPA that evaluates a municipality's or costs or civil penalties. MUNIPAY is rd compliance costs, cleanup regional utility's ability to affo available upon re quest from DEQ. s a TEU at an existing source where one of the following (32) “New or modified TEU” mean criteria is met: Item G 000080 11/15/2018 A‐7 PROPOSED RULES

8 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 8 of 121 Page (a) Approval to construct or operate under OAR 340-210-0205 thr ough 340-210-0250 was not uction commenced on or after November 16, 2018; required for the TEU, and constr (b) Approval to construct or operate under OAR 340-210-0205 through 340-210-0250 is or was pplication on or after November required for the TEU, and the owner or operator submitted the a 16, 2018; or ough 340-210-0250 was (c) Approval to construct or operate under OAR 340-210-0205 thr required for the TEU, but the ow ner or operator did not obtain the approval as required, and : construction commenced on or after the following, as applicable (A) For Type 1 changes under OAR 340-210-0225, 10 days before N ovember 16, 2018; (B) For Type 2 changes under OAR 340-210-0225, 60 days before N ovember 16, 2018; (C) For Type 3 changes under OAR 340-210-0225, 120 days before November 16, 2018; and November 16, 2018; (D) For Type 4 changes under OAR 340-210-0225, 240 days before (d) With respect to a modificat ion to a TEU, approval to construct or operate refers to approval to construct or operate the modification. . (33) “New source” means a source that is not an existing source ects to human health resulting e chance of noncancer harmful eff (34) “Noncancer risk” means th from exposure to toxic air contaminant emissions from a TEU or an entire source under an risk, chronic and acute. applicable exposure scenario. T here are two types of noncancer Noncancer risk is expressed numerically using the Hazard Index. Below a Hazard Index of 1, adverse noncancer health effects are unlikely, and above a Hazard Index of 1, adverse noncancer health effects become more likely. (35) “Nonresident” means people who regularly spend time at a l ocation but do not reside there. This includes, but is not lim ited to, children attending schools and daycare facilities and adults at workplaces. ion outside the boundary of a (36) “Nonresidential exposure location” means an exposure locat source where people may reasonably be present for a few hours several days per week, possibly nd that is zoned for uses that do not allow residential use. A over a period of several years, a nonresidential exposure location includes non-residential worke r exposure locations and non- residential child exposure locations. ithin a distance of 1.5 kilometers (37) “Notification area” means the area of impact or the area w of a source, whichever is greater. (38) “Operating permit” means a Ge neral, Basic, Simple or Standard Air Contaminant Discharge Permit under OAR chapter 340, division 216 or an Oregon Title V Operating Permit under OAR chapter 340, division 218. Item G 000081 11/15/2018 A‐8 PROPOSED RULES

9 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 9 of 121 Page (39) “Owner or operator” mean s any person who owns, leases, operates, controls, or supervises a stationary source. (40) “Permit Denial Level” means ntified under that name in OAR the risk action levels, as ide g permit for a new source, as 340-245-8010 Table 1, at which DEQ will not approve an operatin provided in OAR 340-245-0100(5). (41) “Pollution Prevention” mean s any practice th at reduces, eliminates, or prevents pollution at its source, as described in OAR 340-245-0140. (42) “Reconstructed,” as defi ned in Oregon Laws 2018, chapter 102, section 2, means an e that, once constructed, increases individual project is construc ted at an air contamination sourc equipment to emit and where the fixed capital cost of new the hourly capacity of any changed components exceeds 50 percent of the fixed capital cost that would have been required to construct a comparable new source. outside the boundary of a (43) “Residential exposure loca tion” means an exposure location each day over a period of source where people may reasonably be present for most hours of many years, including individual houses and areas that are zone d to allow residential use either exclusively or in conju nction with other uses. (44) “Risk” means the chance of harmful effects to human health resulting from exposure to a toxic air contaminant emitted from a TEU or an entire source under an applicable exposure ypes of risk: excess cancer risk, rules, risk includes three t scenario. For the purpose of these nd acute noncancer risk. chronic noncancer risk, a s identified under OAR 340-245-8010 Table 1, means the levels of (45) “Risk Action Level,” a s of these rules will apply, or the ar requirement t which particul risk posed by a source or a TEU a red to take specific action, dep ending on the risk posed to the area owner or operator will be requi of impact as described in these rules. air contaminant emissions from a (46) “Risk assessment” means a procedure that identifies toxic source or a TEU and calculates th e risk from those emissions. T his term specifically refers to the procedures under OAR 340-245-00 50(8) through (11) and may inclu de the results of air monitoring as allowed under OAR 340-245-0050(1)(c)(B). The proc edures are designated Level 1 through Level 4, respectively, with complexity of a risk asse ssment increasing as the level numeration increases, (i.e., a Level 1 Risk Assessment is the s implest and a Level 4 Risk Assessment is the most complex). or permit addendum that serves to (47) “Risk limit” means a condition or requirement in a permit part of a source. Such conditio ns or requirements may include, but limit the risk from a source or isk from the source or part o f a source, limits on emissions of one are not restricted to, limits on r or more toxic air contaminants, limits on emissions from one or more TEUs, or limits on source 10 is a risk limit. established under OAR 340-245-01 operation. A Source Risk Limit or “RBC” means the concentratio n of a toxic air contaminant (48) “Risk-Based Concentration” osure scenario, results in an at, for the designated exp listed in OAR 340-245-8040 Table 4 th Item G 000082 11/15/2018 A‐9 PROPOSED RULES

10 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page of 121 10 quotient of one for either chronic excess cancer risk of one in one million, or a noncancer hazard exposure or acute daily exposure. entified under that name in OAR (49) “Risk Reduction Level” means the risk action levels, as id 340-245-8010 Table 1, at which the owner or operator of an existing source will be required to have an approved Risk Reduction Plan under OAR 340-245-0130. s people with biological traits that may magnify the harmful (50) “Sensitive Population” mean effects of toxic air contaminant exposures that include individuals undergoing rapid rates of physiological change, such as ch r fetuses, and individuals with ildren, pregnant women and thei existing diseases such as heart impaired physiological conditions, such as elderly people with disease or asthma. Other sensiti ve populations include those with lower levels of protective factors and those with inc biological mechanisms due to genetic reased exposure rates. U that is not an exempt TEU and is not an aggregated TEU. (51) “Significant TEU” means a TE (52) “Source Permit Level” means ntified under that name in OAR the risk action levels, as ide 340-245-8010 Table 1, below which a source will be considered a de minimis source. (53) “Source risk” means the cumu lative risk from all toxic air contaminants emitted by all significant TEUs at a source except that the source risk calculation for a de minimis source will th significant TEUs and include consideration of all of t he source’s TEUs, including bo aggregated TEUs. isk action levels, as identified under that name in OAR 340- (54) “TBACT Level” means the r 245-8010 Table 1, below which an exi sting source will be consid ered to be in compliance with these rules without having to f urther reduce its risk, and above which will require the owner or significant TEUs meet TBACT or to ither to demonstrate that its operator of the existing source e c). further reduce risk from the source, under OAR 340-245-0050(1)( under that name in OAR 340- (55) “TLAER Level” means the ri sk action levels, as identified l be considered to be in 245-8010 Table 1, below which a new or reconstructed source wil compliance with these rules, and above which will require the o wner or operator of the new or reconstructed source to demonstrat e that its significant TEUs m eet TLAER, under OAR 340- 245-0050(2)(b). en determined by the EQC to (56) “Toxic air contaminant” m eans an air pollutant that has be ed to cause, adverse effects to human health and is listed in cause, or reasonably be anticipat OAR 340-245-8020 Table 2. orization that incorporates rmit Addendum” means written auth (57) “Toxic Air Contaminant Pe an Air Contaminant Discharge the requirements under this divi sion into a permit by amending e assigned to a General Air Permit or a Title V Operating Permit, or in the case of a sourc ing requirements under this eans written authorization impos Contaminant Discharge Permit, m division as additional source-specific permit conditions. e” or “TRV” means the following: (58) “Toxicity Reference Valu Item G 000083 11/15/2018 A‐10 PROPOSED RULES

11 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 11 Page of 121 (a) For carcinogens, the air c rresponding to a one in one million excess cancer oncentration co he inhalation unit risk specific to risk, calculated by dividing one in one million (0.000001) by t stablished by the authoritative body that establishes the value, and that toxic air contaminant as e as approved by the EQC; and (b) For noncarcinogens, the air concentration above which relev ant effects might occur to humans following environmental exposure, and below which is rea sonably expected that effects will not occur. ontrol Technology” or “TBACT” mean (59) “Toxics Best Available C s a toxic air contaminant ed on the maximum degree of emission limitation or emission control measure or measures bas reduction of toxic air contaminants that is feasible, determine d using the procedures in OAR 340-245-0220. (60) “Toxics emissions unit” or “TEU” means an emissions unit or one or more individual emissions producing activities tha t emit or have the potential to emit any toxic air contaminant, as designated under OAR 340-245-0060. (61) “Toxics Lowest Achievable Emission Rate” or “TLAER” means that rate of emissions which reflects the most strin gent emission limitation which is achieved in practice by a source in etermined using the procedures in the same class or category of sources as the proposed source, d OAR 340-245-0220. Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468.065, 468A.025, 468A.040, 468A.050, 468A.070, 468A.155, and Or Laws 2018, ch. 102, §§ 3 and 13. Stats. Implemented: ORS 468.065, 468A.010, 468A.015, 468A.025, 468A.035, 468A.040, 468A.050, 468A.070, and 468A.155, and Or Laws 2018, ch. 102, §§ 2, 3, 6, and 13. 340-245-0022 Abbreviations and Acronyms As used in this division: (1) “HI” means Hazard Index. (2) “IUR” means Inhalation Unit Risk. 3 (3) “m ” means cubic meter. (4) “NESHAP” means National Emission Standards for Hazardous Ai r Pollutants, established by on Agency under section 112 of the Clean Air Act, 42 U.S.C. §7412. the Environmental Protecti (5) “NSPS” means New Source Performance Standards, established by the Environmental Protection Agency under section 111(b ) of the Clean Air Act, 42 U.S.C. §7411(b). Item G 000084 11/15/2018 A‐11 PROPOSED RULES

12 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 12 of 121 Page (6) “OHA” means Oregon Health Authority. (7) “PTE” means Potential to Emit. (8) “RBC” means Risk-Based Concentration. (9) “TBACT” means Toxics Best Available Control Technology. (10) “TEU” means Toxics Emissions Unit. (11) “TLAER” means Toxics Low est Achievable Emission Rate. (12) “TRV” means Toxicity Reference Value. (13) “μg” means microgram. 3 (14) “μg/m ” means micrograms per cubic meter. Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468.065, 468A.025, 468A.040, 468A.050, 468A.070, 468A.155, and Or Laws 2018, ch. 102, §§ 3 and 13. Stats. Implemented: ORS 468.065, 468A.010, 468A.015, 468A.025, 468A.035, 468A.040, 2, 3, 6, and 13. 468A.050, 468A.070, and 468A.155, and Or Laws 2018, ch. 102, §§ 340-245-0030 Submittal and Payment Deadlines 40, 340-245-0050 or 340- e compliance with OAR 340-245-00 (1) When required to demonstrat 245-0060, the owner or operator of a source must submit to DEQ all information and specific y the deadlines specified in, activity fees under OAR 340-216-8030 Table 3 required by, and b plicable, except as allowed under section (2). The owner or subsections (a) through (j), as ap following information but the operator of a new or reconstruc ted source must also submit the time deadlines in subsections ( a) through (j) do not apply. (a)(A) An emissions inventor y under OAR 340-245-0040 that will be used in the risk assessment must be submitted to DEQ no later than 90 days after the DEQ no tice date; and (B) For an existing source, if the owner or operator is submitt ing DEQ-approved source test data to supplement the emissions inventory, the updated emissions in ventory must be submitted to DEQ no later than 150 days after th e DEQ notice date. The owner or operator must also submit a modeling protocol and Level 3 or Level 4 Risk Assessment work p lan prior to or concurrent with data, if applicable; the submission of source test ted to DEQ no later than 30 (b) The modeling protocol under OAR 340-245-0210 must be submit days after receiving DEQ approval of the emissions inventory under subsection (a); Item G 000085 11/15/2018 A‐12 PROPOSED RULES

13 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page of 121 13 340-245-0210 must be (c) The Level 3 or Level 4 Risk Assessment work plan under OAR submitted to DEQ no later than 60 days after receiving DEQ approval of the updated emissions inventory under subsection (a); (8) or (9) must be submitted k Assessment under OAR 340-245-0050 (d) A Level 1 or Level 2 Ris to DEQ no later than 60 days after DEQ approval of the modeling protocol required under subsection (b); (e) A Level 3 Risk Assessment under OAR 340-245-0050(10) must b e submitted to DEQ no later than 120 days after DEQ approval of the Level 3 Risk Assessment work plan required under subsection (c); (f) A Level 4 Risk Assessment under OAR 340-245-0050(11) must be submitted to DEQ no later than 150 days after DEQ approval of the Level 4 Risk Assessment work plan required under subsection (c); (g) If risk from the source is greater than the Immediate Curtailment Level, a report describing the immediate action taken by the owner or operator to reduce risk to below the Immediate Curtailment Level must be submitted to DEQ no later than seven days after DEQ approval of a evel 4 Risk Assessment under subs Level 3 Risk Assessment or a L ection (e) or (f); (h) A Toxic Air Contaminant Monitoring Plan under OAR 340-245-0 230 and an application for a Toxic Air Contaminant Pe rmit Addendum under OAR 340-245-0100 must be submitted to DEQ no later than 30 days after D EQ approval of a Level 3 Risk Assessment or a Level 4 Risk Assessment under subsection (e) or (f); (i) A Risk Reduction Plan under OAR 340-245-0130 and an applica tion for a Toxic Air itted to DEQ no later Contaminant Permit Addendum und er OAR 340-245-0100 must be subm than 120 days after DEQ approval of a Level 3 or a Level 4 Risk Assessment under subsection (e) or (f); and (j) For owners or operators that are not required to submit a Risk Reduction Plan and who do not choose to perform air monitoring, an application for a Toxic Ai r Contaminant Permit Addendum under OAR 340-245-0100 must be sub mitted to DEQ within 30 days after DEQ approval of any level of risk assessment, w hichever is applicable. ill review the submittal and if (2) Upon receipt of a submittal described in section (1), DEQ w updates are required in order to DEQ determines that any additional information, corrections, or approve the submittal, then DEQ will provide the owner or opera tor with a written request to provide such information by a date certain. a deadline established in section (3) An owner or operator may request an extension of time from ewer than 15 days prior to the EQ with a written request no f (1) or section (2) by providing D submittal deadline. DEQ may gran t an extension based on the fol lowing criteria: ng the submittal; and (a) The owner or operator has de monstrated progress in completi Item G 000086 11/15/2018 A‐13 PROPOSED RULES

14 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page of 121 14 operator, related to obtaining r good cause shown by the owner or (b) A delay is necessary, fo ddressing changes in operations more accurate or new data, performing additional analyses, or a or other key parameters, any of which are likely to have a subs tantive impact on the outcomes of the submittal. erator’s submittal, or if the owner (4) If DEQ determines it is not a ble to approve the owner or op or operator does not t imely provide additi onal information or c orrections requested by DEQ, then in addition to any other remedies available, DEQ may: ded by the owner or operator, (a) With sufficient factual basis, modify the information provi approve it as modified, and the ow ner or operator must pay the document modification fee in OAR 340-216-8030 Table 3; or (b) Inform the owner or opera tor of the deficiency, and provide the owner or operator with a revised deadline to submit the needed information. (5) Recordkeeping. The owner or operator of a source that provi des DEQ with any information related to a risk assessment co mpleted under this rule must ret ain all of its records related to the from the date the information is submitted to DEQ. risk assessment for five years Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468.065, 468A.025, 468A.040, 468A.050, 468A.070, 468A.155, and Or Laws 2018, ch. 102, §§ 3 and 13. Stats. Implemented: ORS 468.065, 468A.010, 468A.015, 468A.025, 468A.035, 468A.040, 468A.050, 468A.070, and 468A.155, and Or Laws 2018, ch. 102, §§ 2, 3, 6, and 13. 340-245-0040 Emissions Inventory y for risk assessment. For the purpose of assessing risk, DEQ (1) Individual emissions inventor may require the owner or operator of any permitted or unpermitt ed source to submit an emissions inventory of all toxic air contaminants emitted by the source l isted in OAR 340-245-8020 Table 2. The owner or operator must asse ss risk from the toxic air co ntaminants in OAR 340-245-8040 Table 4 and must address uncerta inty in a Level 3 or Level 4 Ri sk Assessment for the toxic air Table 2 that do not have RBCs. contaminants in OAR 340-245-8020 The owner or operator must lectronically to DEQ no later than 90 days after the DEQ notice submit the emissions inventory e date unless DEQ allows addi tional time under OAR 340-245-0030. (2) Periodic state-wide emissions inventory. ators of all permitted and ay require the owners and oper (a) Once every three years, DEQ m unpermitted sources to submit an updated toxic air contaminant emissions inventory of all toxic 20 Table 2. The reporting year air contaminants emitted by the source listed in OAR 340-245-80 y reporting year (2020, 2023, will generally correspond with E PA’s National Emission Inventor 2026, etc.); Item G 000087 11/15/2018 A‐14 PROPOSED RULES

15 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting of 121 Page 15 (b) The owner or operator must submit its updated emissions inv entory electronically to DEQ no later than 60 days after the date that DEQ sends a written request by electronic mail or regular r, unless DEQ allows addition U.S. mail, to the owner or operato al time under OAR 340-245- 0030; and has previously submitted a toxic (c) DEQ may also require the ow ner or operator of a source that ons inventory if DEQ discovers air contaminant emissions inventory to submit an updated emissi ’s emissions have changed since it or learns additional information that indicates that the source completed its most recent emissions inventory. (3) Emissions inventory requirements. r operator must submit: (a) When required to submit an emissions inventory, the owner o or operator must include exempt (A) A list of TEUs that emit toxic air contaminants. The owner ions from the exempt TEUs. The TEUs but does not have to calculate toxic air contaminant emiss list of TEUs that emit toxic air contaminants should not be lim ited to what is listed in a source’s operating permit but should include all operations at the source that emit toxic air contaminants; (B) A list of production, fuel and m aterial usage rates that ar e used to calculate toxic air contaminant emissions for each TEU for the following: the actual production or usage in the calendar year preceding the (i) For any emissions inventory, year DEQ’s written request is made, or for new or reconstructed sources, the reasonably anticipated actual production or usage; equired under section (1), potential production or usage based on (ii) For an emissions inventory r the following: (I) Annual production and usage that are used to calculate the Source Risk Limit if the owner or operator chooses to be permitted based on a requested PTE or ri sk limit; or ed to prove the source is de minimis (II) Potential production or usage based on capacity that is us if the owner or operator chooses to be permitted as a de minimi s source; tential production or usage for the (iii) For an emissions inventory required under section (1), po projected maximum day. The owne r or operator must use knowledge of process to calculate the maximum daily production and process rates; (C) Material balance informati on using Safety Data Sheets (form erly Material Safety Data s, as applicable, for VOC-containing materials used in any Sheets) and Technical Data Sheet process; and y, days/year, seasonal variability) for the source, including (D) Operating schedule (hours/da schedules for each TEU, if differe ceding the year DEQ’s written nt, for the calendar year pre request is made and the year base imit; d on a requested PTE or risk l Item G 000088 11/15/2018 A‐15 PROPOSED RULES

16 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting of 121 Page 16 (b) Owners or operators of sources imple Air Contaminant with Title V, Standard and S , must also submit: Discharge Permits, and unpermitted sources when DEQ so requires and (A) A list of all toxic air contaminants emitted by the source; (B) The amount of each toxic ai TEU, reported as maximum r contaminant emitted from each that has an acute RBC, and as mass emitted per 24 hour period for each toxic air contaminant n annual RBC or has no RBC, mass emitted per year for each toxic air contaminant that has a with the emission factors used or m as appropriate, for the following: aterial balance information, dar year preceding the year DEQ’s ctual emissions for the calen (i) For any emissions inventory, a missions based on the reasonably new or reconstructed sources, e written request is made, or for anticipated actual pr oduction or usage; and (ii) For an emissions inventory r equired under section (1), emi ssions based on the following, and o do so under OAR 340-214- including startup and shutdown emi ssions for sources required t 0310: (I) Requested PTE or risk limit used to calculate the Source Ri sk Limit if the owner or operator chooses to be permitted based on a requested PTE or risk limit; or the owner or operator chooses to be (II) Capacity that is used to pr ove the source is de minimis if permitted as a de minimis source; ximum daily production. The (iii) For an emissions inventory required under section (1), ma dge of process to calculate th e maximum daily emissions; owner or operator must use knowle ant emission factors or (C) The name of each resource used to obtain toxic air contamin methodologies used to calculate emissions (e.g., AP-42 or WebFI RE, California Air Toxic etc.). Emission Factors, source test data, continuous monitoring data, (4) Review of toxic air contaminant emissions inventory reports . DEQ shall use the procedures ining its completeness, in OAR 340-245-0030 to review any e missions inventory in determ n, if needed. consider extensions requests, and request additional informatio Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468.065, 468A.025, 468A.040, 468A.050, 468A.070, 468A.155, and Or Laws 2018, ch. 102, § 3. 468A.035, 468A.040, Stats. Implemented: ORS 468.065, 468A.010, 468A.015, 468A.025, nd 3. 468A.050, 468A.070, 468A.155, and Or Laws 2018, ch. 102, §§ 2 a 340-245-0050 Risk Assessment Procedures (1) Existing source. Item G 000089 11/15/2018 A‐16 PROPOSED RULES

17 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page of 121 17 , at DEQ’s discretion, the owner or operator of an existing (a) When notified in writing by DEQ is an exempt source or: source with an operating permit mu st either demonstrate that it h Level 4 Risk Assessment (A) Assess risk from the source using any of the Level 1 throug (8) through (11); procedures in sections ubmitted under OAR 340-245- (B) Assess risk from the source using the emissions inventory s 0040(1); and (C) Follow the applicable calcu lation procedures under OAR 340- 245-0200. modify the source in a way that an existing source proposes to (b) If the owner or operator of r OAR chapter 340, division 224, “New Source Review,” would require compliance unde excluding actions described in OAR 340-224-0010(2)(b) and (d)(B) that require compliance only ust perform a risk assessment as Type B State New Source Review, then the owner or operator m and demonstrate compliance under its compliance demonstration this division and must include under this division with its a pplication submitted under OAR ch apter 340, division 224. (c) The owner or operator must de monstrate compliance with para graph (A), (B), (C) or (D), and ph (E), if applicable. also comply with paragra (A) The owner or operator must de de minimis source by following monstrate that the source is a the procedure in section (7), or the source is less than or equal to demonstrate that the risk from the TBACT Level. The owner or ope rator of a source whose risk is less than or equal to the TBACT Level must apply for a Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Adden dum under OAR 340-245- n a manner that 0100 with Source Risk Limits or an application that modifies the existing permit i l to the TBACT Level. ensures that the risk from the source will be less than or equa (B) Toxic air contaminant monitoring. (i) Before the owner or operato r of a source may begin air monitoring, the owner or operator must complete and submit to DEQ a Level 3 or Level 4 Risk Asses sment and comply with the applicable requireme nts of OAR 340-245-0230. (I) If the Level 3 or Level 4 Risk Assessment calculates risk from the source that exceeds an excess cancer risk of 200 in one million or a Hazard Index of 2 0, then the owner or operator may tion for a Toxics Air Contaminant Permit Addendum and not delay submission of an applica repared under OAR 340-245- subsequent implementation of t he approved Risk Reduction Plan p 0130; and from the source that does not (II) If the Level 3 or Level 4 Risk Assessment calculates risk k of 200 in one million or a Hazard Index of 20, then DEQ shall issue exceed an excess cancer ris a Toxics Air Contaminant Permit Addendum addressing only toxic air contaminant monitoring requirements, including a repor ting and compliance schedule for implementing the Toxic Air lan required under OAR 340-245-0230; Contaminant Monitoring P (ii) Upon completion and DEQ approval of toxic air contaminant monitoring in compliance with contaminant monitoring results, OAR 340-245-0230, the owner or operat or must use the toxic air Item G 000090 11/15/2018 A‐17 PROPOSED RULES

18 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page of 121 18 e compliance requirements under able, relevant data to determin in association with other applic nant Permit Addendum nd apply for a Toxic Air Contami paragraph (c)(A), (C), or (D) a modification under OAR 340-245-0100; (C) TBACT compliance. If the ri sk from the source is greater th an the TBACT Level and less than or equal to the Risk Re duction Level, and all significant TEUs meet TBACT under OAR ator must apply for a Toxic Air Contaminant Permit 340-245-0220, then the owner or oper t includes Source Risk Limit s that ensure the risk from Addendum under OAR 340-245-0100 tha el; or the source will be less than or equal to the Risk Reduction Lev (D) Risk Reduction Plan. The ow compliance with this ner or operator may demonstrate h (i), (ii), or (iii), whiche ver is applicable: paragraph under either subparagrap (i) If the risk from the source is greater than the TBACT Level and the owner or operator can make physical, operational or process changes to reduce the ris k to less than or equal to the TBACT Level, then the owner or operator must apply for a Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Addendum under OAR 340-245-0100 that includes a Risk Reduction Plan under OAR 340-245- 0130 and Source Risk Limits that ensure that the risk from the source will be less than or equal to the TBACT Level; (ii) If the risk from the source is greater than the TBACT Leve l and less than or equal to the Risk Reduction Level, but not all signifi OAR 340-245-0220, then the cant TEUs meet TBACT under under subparagraph (i) or uce risk below the TBACT Level owner or operator must either red apply for a Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Addendum under OAR 340-245-0100 that includes a significant TEUs and Risk Reduction Plan under OAR 340-245-0130 to meet TBACT on all Source Risk Limits that ensure that the risk from the source wi ll be less than or e qual to the Risk Reduction Level; or ction Level, then the owner or (iii) If the risk from the source is greater than the Risk Redu operator must apply for a Toxic under OAR 340-245-0100 Air Contaminant Permit Addendum that includes a Risk Reduction Plan under OAR 340-245-0130 with additional risk reduction measures and Source Risk Limits that ensure that the risk from the source will be less than or equal to the Risk Reduction Level; is greater than the Immediate C urtailment Level, then the owner or (E) If the risk from the source mediate action to re operator must take im duce risk to below the Immediate Curtailment Level. (2) New or reconstructed source. (a)(A) The owner or operator of a proposed new or reconstructed source that is required to obtain a Simple or Standard Air Contaminant Discharge Permit, and that is not an exempt source, must Toxic Air Contaminant Permit also perform a risk assessment, a nd if applicable, apply for a R chapter 340, division 216, Addendum concurrently with an application for a permit under OA en DEQ will incorporate the toxic before a permit is issued. If DEQ approves the applications, th or Standard Air Contaminant directly into the new Simple air contaminant permit conditions inant Permit Addendum. Discharge Permit and will not issue a separate Toxic Air Contam Item G 000091 11/15/2018 A‐18 PROPOSED RULES

19 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page of 121 19 reconstructed source that is (B) DEQ may require the owner or operator of a proposed new or ge Permit to perform a risk required to obtain a Basic or a Gen eral Air Contaminant Dischar assessment and demonstrate comp f applicable, apply for a Toxic liance with this division, and i concurrently with an applicatio Air Contaminant Permit Addendum n for a permit under OAR chapter 340, division 216. e applications for a source that will hav e a Basic Air Contaminant (i) If DEQ approves th Discharge Permit, then DEQ will incorporate the toxic air conta minant permit conditions directly into the new operating permit. ations for a source that will be assigned to a General Air (ii) If DEQ approves the applic Contaminant Discharge Permit, then DEQ will issue a Toxic Air C ontaminant Permit Addendum as a source-specific addendum to the new operating permit that will not be incorporated into the operating permit. (C) Any owner or operator of a pr oposed new or reconstructed source that is required to perform a risk assessment must: (i) Assess risk from the source using any of the Level 1 throug h Level 4 Risk Assessment (8) through (11); procedures in sections submitted under OAR 340-245- (ii) Assess risk from the source using the emissions inventory 0040(1); and (iii) Follow the applicable cal culation procedures under OAR 34 0-245-0200. (b) The owner or operator of a new or reconstructed source must demonstrate compliance with either paragraph (A) or (B). de minimis source by following monstrate that the source is a (A) The owner or operator must de the source is less than or equal to the procedure in section (7), or demonstrate that the risk from s less than or equal to the the TLAER Level. The owner or opera tor of a source whose risk i TLAER Level must apply for a Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Adden dum under OAR 340-245- 0100 or an operating permit with Source Risk Limits that ensure that the risk from the source will be less than or equal to the TLAER Level; or source is greater than the (B) TLAER compliance. If the risk from the new or reconstructed TLAER Level and less than or equal to the Permit Denial Level, and all significant TEUs meet TLAER under OAR 340-245-0220, then the owner or operator must apply for a Toxic Air ing permit that includes er OAR 340-245-0100 or an operat Contaminant Permit Addendum und Source Risk Limits that ensure t he risk from the source will be less than or equal to the Permit Denial Level. ource that is not (3) Other sources. When notified in writing by DEQ, the owner o r operator of a s subject to sections (1) or (2) m ust perform a risk assessment u sing any of the Level 1 through . DEQ may notify such a source Level 4 Risk Assessment proce dures in sections (8) through (11) the source may emit toxic air after determining through an inves tigation or file review that ay cause the source’s risk to exceed the Source Permit Level. contaminants in quantities that m Item G 000092 11/15/2018 A‐19 PROPOSED RULES

20 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting of 121 Page 20 (4) A risk assessment for a source must include all TEUs at the source, as of the date that the for a Toxic Air Contaminant n application under OAR 340-245-0100 owner or operator submits a Permit Addendum, except for the following: (a) Exempt TEUs; (b) Gas combustion TEUs, as provided under section (5); and (c) Aggregated TEUs, except whe n the owner or operator is reque sting approval as a de minimis source under section (7). at solely combust natural gas, (5) Gas combustion exemption. This exemption applies to TEUs th propane, liquefied petroleum response to a written request gas, and, when approved by DEQ in ed landfill gas and pretreated digester gas or biogas. Risk from by an owner or operator, pretreat culated and reported in the risk toxic air contaminants emitted from such combustion must be cal e treated as follows: assessment, but the risk from such toxic air contaminants may b (a) At each exposure location, risk must be reported as two values: (A) The risk from toxic air contaminants emitted from such comb ustion of natural gas, propane, liquefied petroleum gas, pretreated landfill gas and pretreated digester gas or biogas ; and xic air contaminant emissions; (B) The risk from all other to e risk from toxic air contamin (b) At each exposure location, th ants emitted solely from the combustion of natural gas, propane, liquefied petroleum gas, pr etreated landfill gas and l risk for the purpose of pretreated digester gas or biogas may be excluded from the tota ed from any requirements determining compliance with Risk Action Levels and may be omitt duction Plan under OAR 340-245-0130 if good air pollution control determined under a Risk Re practices are followed; and (a) and (b), an owner or operator must include in its risk (c) Notwithstanding subsections assessment any toxic air contaminants that are emitted from mat erials that are contacted by the flame or combustion gases from the combustion of natural gas, p ropane, liquefied petroleum gas, aterials that may emit toxic air pretreated landfill gas or pretreated digester gas or biogas. M contaminants include but are not limited to VOCs combusted in t hermal oxidizers and materials dried in direct-contact dryers. (6) Exempt Source Determination. fter the date that DEQ sends a mpt source, no later than 30 days a (a) To be approved as an exe ion for a new or reconstructed or with submittal of an applicat notice under subsection (1)(a) it information to DEQ that source under subsection (2)(a), the owner or operator must subm the source are exempt TEUs; and demonstrates that all TEUs at (b) Upon receipt of a submittal from an owner or operator under subsection (a), DEQ will: Item G 000093 11/15/2018 A‐20 PROPOSED RULES

21 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 21 Page of 121 (A) Review the submissions and, if approved, write a memo to th e DEQ file for the source summarizing the assessment that will be: pon permit issuance or renewal; or (i) Incorporated into the review report of a permitted source u (ii) Maintained in the file and tracked in a DEQ database. (B) Follow the Category I public notice procedure in OAR chapter 340, division 209, prior to rce; and o be considered an exempt sou approving or denying the request t (C) Keep records of exempt sources in a database for the emissi ons inventory and future ther information about risk is received such that toxic air communication if RBCs change or o contaminant emissions must be reevaluated. (7) De minimis Source Determination. r must assess risk at the capacity (a) To be approved as a de minimis source, the owner or operato 1 through Level 4 Risk of each TEU, including aggregate d TEUs, using any of the Level Assessment procedures in secti ons (8) through (11). The owner o r operator must submit to DEQ the following: (A) Information that demonstrat es that the source does not exceed the Source Permit Level if the d to operate and maintain contr owner or operator is not require ol devices to remain a de minimis source; es that the existing source does (B) Information that demonstrat not exceed the Source Permit quired to operate and maintain co ntrol devices to remain a de if the owner or operator is re Level ssary conditions to operate and minimis source, and the existing operating permit includes nece maintain the control devices; or (C) An application for a Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Addendum that demonstrates that the source does not exceed the Source Permit Level if the owner or operator is required to operate and maintain control devices to r emain a de minimis source, and the source is a new source or the existing operating permit doe s not include necessary condit ions to operate and maintain the control devices; subsection (a), DEQ will: (b) Upon receipt of a submittal from an owner or operator under ons and, if approved, either: (A) Review the submissi (i) Write a memo to the DEQ file f assessment that will be: or the source summarizing the pon permit issuance or renewal; or (I) Incorporated into the review report of a permitted source u (II) Maintained in the file and t ources that meet the criteria in racked in a DEQ database for s paragraph (a)(A) or (B); or Item G 000094 11/15/2018 A‐21 PROPOSED RULES

22 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page of 121 22 permit, for sources that meet (ii) Issue a Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Addendum or operating the criteria in pa ragraph (a)(C); (B) Follow the Category I public notice procedure in OAR chapter 340, division 209, prior to approving or denying the request t source; and o be considered a de minimis issions inventory and future (C) Keep records of de minimis s ources in a database for the em communication if RBCs change or o ther information about risk is received such that toxic air contaminant emissions must be reevaluated. (8) Level 1 Risk Assessment. To complete a Level 1 Risk Assessment, the owner or operator ing the Level 1 Risk must comply with OAR 340-245-02 10(1) and then assess risk by us Assessment Tool in OAR 340-245-8050 Table 5 to determine toxic air contaminant concentrations at approv ed exposure locations. ollow the directions for using the Level 1 Risk Assessment Tool (a) The owner or operator must f described in OAR 340-245-0200(2); (b) For sources with multiple stacks, stacks must either be con sidered individually using OAR 340-245-8050 Tables 5A and 5B with r isk calculated as the summa tion of individual stack risk, ingle stack in a manner approved or the stacks combined into a s by DEQ and risk calculated for that single stack; (c) A Level 1 Risk Assessment will not be approved if the sourc e is located near elevated terrain that DEQ determines could invalidate the assumptions used to de velop the Level 1 Risk Assessment Tool; and rce complies with this divisio n based on a Level 1 Risk (d) If DEQ concludes that the sou procedure in OAR chapter 340, Assessment, then DEQ will follow the Category II public notice division 209 for issuance of the T ddendum. oxic Air Contaminant Permit A (9) Level 2 Risk Assessment. To complete a Level 2 Risk Assessment, the owner or operator must comply with OAR 340-245-0210(1) and then assess risk by su bmitting a modeling protocol, conducting modeling, and performing a risk assessment . The owner or operator must use AERSCREEN or comparable scr eening model approved by DEQ to determine air concentrations at approved expos ure locations. If DEQ concludes that the source complies with this division based on a Level 2 Risk Assessment, then DEQ will follow the Category II public notice procedure in OAR chapter 340, division 209 for issuance of the Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Addendum. (10) Level 3 Risk Assessment. To complete a Level 3 Risk Assessment, the owner or operator tting a modeling protocol must comply with OAR 340-245-0210 and then assess risk by submi rming a risk assessment. The and a risk assessment work pl an, conducting modeling, and perfo owner or operator must use AERMOD or comparable model approved by DEQ to determine air concentrations at approved expos ure locations. If DEQ concludes that the source complies with this division based on a Level 3 Risk Assessment, then DEQ will follow the Category III public notice procedure in OAR chapter 340, division 209 for issuance of the Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Addendum. Item G 000095 11/15/2018 A‐22 PROPOSED RULES

23 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting of 121 Page 23 (11) Level 4 Risk Assessment. To complete a Level 4 Risk Assessment, the owner or operator tting a modeling protocol must comply with OAR 340-245-0210 and then assess risk by submi rming a risk assessment. The an, conducting modeling, and perfo and a risk assessment work pl by DEQ to determine air owner or operator must use AERMOD or comparable model approved ent must include toxicity and concentrations at approved expos ure locations. The risk assessm bioaccumulation assessments, and may include proposed modificat ions to default exposure 340-245-0210. If DEQ concludes that the source complies with assumptions as specified in OAR this division based on a Level 4 Risk Assessment, then DEQ will follow the Category III public notice procedure in OAR chapter 340, division 209 for issuance of the Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Addendum. or operator of a source to condu ct and submit an additional (12) DEQ may require the owner multipathway risk evaluation for a ny level of risk assessment i f DEQ determines that airborne deposition of chemicals could be important for scenarios not in cluded in the default multipathway adjustment factor assumptions used in the original risk assessment for the source. Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468.065, 468A.025, 468A.040, 468A.050, 468A.070, 468A.155, and Or Laws 2018, ch. 102, § 3. Stats. Implemented: ORS 468.065, 468A.010, 468A.015, 468A.025, 468A.035, 468A.040, 468A.050, 468A.070, and 468A.155, and Or Laws 2018, ch. 102, §§ 2 and 3. 340-245-0060 Toxic Emissions Units perator must designate TEUs in the same manner as the (1) TEU Designation. An owner or o ’s operating or construction owner or operator designated emissions units listed in a source r or operator re permit, if they are designate d, unless the owne quests a different designation in writing and DEQ approves that request in writing. The request f or a new or a different TEU le with the following: designation must be compatib (a) TEUs may not be designated in such a way as to avoid the re quirements of this division; rough multiple stacks or openings (b) An individual emissions-produc ing activity that exhausts th must be designated as an individual TEU; (c) Where multiple emissions-producing activities exhaust throu gh a common opening, exhaust stack or emissions control device, each emissions producing activity may be considered a single TEU or may be considered separate TEUs; and (d) The list of TEUs should not be limited to what is listed in a source’s operating permit but contaminants. should include all processes and activities that emit toxic air (2) Aggregated TEUs. Item G 000096 11/15/2018 A‐23 PROPOSED RULES

24 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page of 121 24 ated TEUs for all of the gnate the same TEUs as aggreg (a) An owner or operator must desi risk and acute noncancer risk; ss cancer risk, chronic noncancer different types of risk: exce (b) After an owner or operator egated TEUs in a modeling has designated the source’s aggr EQ, the owner or operator must protocol or risk assessment work plan submitted in writing to D request approval to change its designation; and (c) An owner or operator may re quest approval to construct a ne w aggregated TEU or modify an EUs, including the new or tal risk from the aggregated T existing aggregated TEU if the to evel. r equal to the Aggregate TEU L modified TEU, remains less than o (3) Exempt TEUs. A TEU is an exempt TEU if: finition of Categorically Insignificant Activity in OAR 340- (a)(A) The TEU is listed in the de 200-0020, excluding subsection (a), ept that a maintenance and repair of that definition, and exc shop that is defined as categorically insignificant under OAR 3 40-200-0020 will not be considered an exempt TEU if DEQ makes a finding that a particular maintenance and repair shop emits an amount of toxic air contam inants that may create a risk to human health; or (B) The owner or operator of the TEU has demonstrated to DEQ’s satisfaction that the TEU is not likely to emit toxic air cont ounts. The demonstration may aminants in more than trace am include any information the owner t, including but not limited to: or operator considers relevan (i) The chemical make-up of the m aterials handled or processed in the TEU; the type of handling or processing in the TEU, includi likely to alter or processing is ng whether or not the handling or likely chemical make-up of the chemical make-up of the materials; and the chemical make-up the materials emitted by the TEU; and (ii) Any toxic air contaminant present in materials emitted are only trace contaminants that are not intentionally present in the materials handled, processed o r produced in the TEU, and are listed in a Safet at they would typically not be present in such small amounts th y Data Sheet, product data sheet or equivalent document. (4) New or modified TEU requirements. (a) The owner or operator of a source that has not been notifie d in writing by DEQ that they are required to submit a risk assessm ruct a new or modified TEU must ent and that proposes to const ing construction of the 0205 through 340-210-0250 before beginn comply with OAR 340-210- new or modified TEU; c Air Contaminant Permit (b) The owner or operator of a source that has submitted a Toxi Addendum application but has not ntaminant Permit Addendum yet been issued a Toxic Air Co t proposes to construct a new or or an operating permit in compliance with this division and tha n of the new or modified TEU: modified TEU must do the follo wing before beginning constructio (A) Comply with OAR 340-210-0205 through 340-210-0250; and lication; (B) Submit an updated Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Addendum app Item G 000097 11/15/2018 A‐24 PROPOSED RULES

25 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page of 121 25 xic Air Contaminant Permit (c) The owner or operator of a source that has been issued a To Addendum or an operating permit in compliance with this divisio n must follow the applicable ) through (C) and must pay to DEQ procedures in paragraphs (c)(A all applicable specific activity fees under OAR 340-216-8030 Table 3. . If the proposed new or modified exempt TEU is subject to (A) New or modified exempt TEUs National Emission Standards for H Source Performance azardous Air Pollutants or New Standards requirements, then the owner or operator must request approval of a new or modified 40-210-0250; and under OAR 340-210-0205 through 3 exempt TEU under this rule (B) New or modified aggregated TEUs. The owner or operator must request approval of a new or modified TEU to be an aggregated TEU by demonstrating that the risk from the aggregated TEUs, including the new or modifi ed TEU, will be less than or equal to the Aggregate TEU ure, Level 1 through Level 4, Level. The owner or operator may use any risk assessment proced r operator must receive 11) for the TEU. The owner o under OAR 340-245-0050(8) through ( DEQ approval of the modeling pro tocol and the risk assessment w ork plan under OAR 340-245- 0210 before performing the risk a ssessment, if applicable. Level 1 Risk Assessment in (i) If the owner or operator can demonstrate compliance using a OAR 340-245-0050(8), the owner or operator may begin constructi on or modification of the approval request or on the d TEU 10 days after DEQ receives the ate that DEQ approves the proposed construction in writing, whichever is sooner, unless D EQ notifies the owner or operator fter DEQ receives the request that the proposed construction or in writing no later than 10 days a as an aggregated TEU; or modification is not approvable 4 Risk Assessment under OAR 340- (ii) If the owner or operator uses a Level 2, Level 3 or Level 245-0050(9) through 340-245-0050(11) t o demonstrate that the ne w or modified TEU may be approved as an aggregated TEU, t ot begin construction of the hen the owner or operator may n new or modified aggregated TEU until DEQ has issued a Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Addendum or operating permit that approves the TEU; (C) New or modified significant TEUs. (i) The owner or operator must r equest approval of a new or modified significant TEU by submitting an application to modify its Toxic Air Contaminant P ermit Addendum or operating permit that includes the following: (I) Information necessary to assess the risk from the new or modified significant TEU using any , Level 1 through Level 4, under OAR 3 risk assessment procedure 40-245-0050(8) through (11). The owner or operator may add the risk from the new or modified TEU to prior results from the latest risk assessment for the source rather than updating the entire risk assessment for the source. The owner or operator mus t receive DEQ approval of the modeling protocol and the risk 340-245-0210 before performing the risk assessment, if assessment work plan under OAR applicable; ignificant TEU meets TLAER, if (II) Information necessary to verify that the new or modified s constructed source, or meets the source risk is greater than the TLAER Level for a new or re n existing source; ter than the TBACT Level for a TBACT, if the source risk is grea Item G 000098 11/15/2018 A‐25 PROPOSED RULES

26 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 26 Page of 121 (ii) The owner or operator of a icant TEU may not begin proposed new or modified signif as issued a Toxic Air construction of the new or modified significant TEU until DEQ h s the TEU; Contaminant Permit Addendum or an operating permit that approve t source under OAR 340-245- (iii) If a source that was previously determined to be an exemp 0050(6) or a de minimis source under OAR 340-245-0050(7) will n o longer be an exempt source or a de minimis after the new or modified significant TEU is co nstructed, the owner or operator his section and apply for a Toxi c Air Contaminant Permit must follow the procedures in t not begin construction of h an owner or operator may Addendum under OAR 340-245-0100. Suc the new or modified significant TEU until DEQ has issued a Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Addendum or an operating permit that approves the TEU; and (iv) In conjunction with seeki ng authorization for the construc tion of a new or modified significant TEU, if the owner or operator makes simultaneous changes to existing TEUs other than the new or modified signi ficant TEU for the purpose of red ucing source risk, then the owner or operator may not begin operation of the new or modified significant TEU until DEQ has mit that approves all such issued a Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Addendum or operating per changes to the other TEUs; (d) DEQ will not approve an application for a Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Addendum new or modified TEU if: required under this rule for a (A) The TEU does not comply with this rule; or ed. (B) The source does not comply with OAR 340-245-0050, if requir Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468.065, 468A.025, 468A.040, 468A.050, 468A.070, 468A.155, and Or Laws 2018, ch. 102, § 3. Stats. Implemented: ORS 468.065, 468A.010, 468A.015, 468A.025, 468A.035, 468A.040, 468A.050, 468A.070, 468A.155, and Or Laws 2018, ch. 102, §§ 2 a nd 3. 340-245-0100 Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Addenda (1) Purpose and Intent. uded in an operating permit (a) A Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Addendum and conditions incl to comply with this di vision are used to: tor of a source to construct or modify TEUs that discharge toxic (A) Authorize the owner or opera air contaminants; xic air contaminants subject to tor of a source to discharge to (B) Authorize the owner or opera enforceable permit requirements, limitations, and conditions, i ncluding to: Item G 000099 11/15/2018 A‐26 PROPOSED RULES

27 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page of 121 27 ng the risk from toxic air k limits for the purpose of limiti (i) Establish enforceable ris contaminants from a source; quire the owner or operator of nt a Risk Reduction Plan and re (ii) Approve, modify and impleme he ongoing requirements; and a source to implement t (iii) Approve, modify and imple Plan and require the owner or ment a Voluntary Risk Reduction ment the ongoing requirements; operator of a source to imple oring Plan; and a Toxic Air Contaminant Monit (C) Approve, modify and implement (D) Approve postponement of risk reduction; (b) A Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Addendum: a source with a General Air Co (A) For the owner or operator of ntaminant Discharge Permit, is issued as a source-specific addendum to the operating permit an d will not be incorporated into the operating permit; (B) For the owner or operator of a source with an operating per mit other than a General Air Contaminant Discharge Permit: rator as an addendum to the operating permit and will be (i) Is issued to the owner or ope rmit at the time of a permit incorporated into the operating pe modification or renewal that subjects all permit conditions to the Category II or Category I II public notice procedure in OAR sion 209; or chapter 340, divi onditions are incorporated directly (ii) Will not be issued when the t oxic air contaminant permit c into an operating permit after such changes were subject to a p ublic notice period under OAR chapter 340, division 209. (C) May not be issued to an owner or operator before the source has obtained an operating permit; and (D) May not be issued in lieu of an otherwise required operatin g or construction permit. (2) A Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Addendum amends a source’s o perating permit, but if the terms of such addendum and the operating permit contain any limit or restriction applicable to then the owner or operator mus t comply with the more stringent the same emissions or processes, limit or restriction. . An owner or operator requesting a new or modified Toxic Air (3) Application Requirements ludes all of the information Contaminant Permit Addendum must submit an application that inc specified in subsections (3)(a) through (r) as well as the relevant information required under OAR 340-245-0050. The owner or operator must submit all required information by the submittal deadlines in OAR 340-245-0030, certified by a respons ible official that the information submitted is true, accurate, and complete. The owner or operator must submit to DEQ at least onic copy of the application. two paper copies and one electr Item G 000100 11/15/2018 A‐27 PROPOSED RULES

28 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 28 Page of 121 luding the name of the person t (a) Identifying information, inc hat owns or operates the source, and a description of the nature of the owner’s or operator’s mailing address, the source address, business being operated, the name, phone number and email address of the primary contact at the ermit number for an existing pliance with the permit, the p source who is responsible for com CS code of the source; source, and the SIC or NAI (b) The name of a person authori zed to receive requests from DE Q for additional data and information; ow chart of each process; s production processes and a fl (c) A description of the source’ ant emissions locations at the (d) A plot plan showing the location and height of air contamin source. The plot plan must also indicate the nearest residentia l and commercial properties; (e) The type and quantity of all fuel used by the source; (f) For owners or operators of sources with Basic or General Ai r Contaminant Discharge Permits, an emissions inventory required under OAR 340-245-0040 (3)(a); ources with Title V, Standard, (g) For owners or operators of s or Simple Air Contaminant Discharge Permits, an emissions inventory required under OAR 34 0-245-0040(3)(a) and (b); r pollution control devices in place at the source under present or (h) Estimated efficiency of ai anticipated operating conditions; devices and emission reduction (i) Where the operation or maintenance of air pollution control d from the highest reasonable efficiency and effectiveness, processes can be adjusted or varie o establish operational and maintenance requirements under information necessary for DEQ t OAR 340-226-0120(1) and (2); (j) The final DEQ-approved modeling protocol required under OAR 340-245-0210; ork plan required under OAR (k) The final DEQ-approved Level 3 or Level 4 Risk Assessment w 340-245-0210, if applicable; 40-245-0050; (l) The final DEQ-approved risk assessment required under OAR 3 T or TLAER under OAR 340- (m) Information sufficient to demonstrate that a TEU meets TBAC 245-0220, if applicable; (n) For sources whose risk is gr T Level before any additional eater than or equal to the TBAC analysis that meets the onsidered, a pollution prevention risk reduction measures are c requirements of OAR 340-245-0140; (o) The final DEQ-approved Risk Reduction Plan under OAR 340-24 5-0130, if applicable; Item G 000101 11/15/2018 A‐28 PROPOSED RULES

29 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page of 121 29 OAR 340-245-0150, if ponement of risk reduction under (p) The final DEQ-approved post applicable; (q) The final DEQ-approved Toxic Air Contaminant Monitoring Plan under OAR 340-245-0230, if applicable; and (r) Any other information requested by DEQ. iew and processing. (4) Application rev an application submitted (a) DEQ shall use the procedures in OAR 340-245-0030 to review under this rule to determine its c ompleteness, consider extensi on requests, and request additional information, if needed; (b) If DEQ determines that a Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Adden dum is not required during ation or at any time during application processing, DEQ will preliminary review of an applic notify the applicant in writing; (c) After DEQ considers an appl ication complete, DEQ may hold a public meeting to inform the community about the application and receive feedback; ation for a Toxic Air (d) When DEQ has determined it is prepared to approve an applic Contaminant Permit Addendum or operating permit, DEQ will prepa re a review report and either draft Toxic Air Contaminant Pe rmit Addendum or a draft operatin g permit with conditions that comply with this division; (e) Prior to initiating any der OAR 340-245-0050, DEQ will public notice procedure required un provide a copy of the draft Toxic um or operating permit to the Air Contaminant Permit Addend owner or operator and will provide the owner or operator 14 day s to review and provide n extension for review of the d raft permit addendum or feedback to DEQ. DEQ may grant a Following consideration of operating permit for good cause shown by the owner or operator. comments from the owner or operato oxic Air Contaminant Permit r, DEQ may revise the draft T Addendum or operating permit be fore placing it on public notice ; and (f) Public notice requi rements for issuance of a Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Addendum or operating permit with conditions required under this division. (A) The minimum public notice procedures for issuance are descr ibed in the applicable sections of OAR 340-245-0050. DEQ may enhance the public notice procedur es at its discretion; (B) When required to provide public notice, DEQ will make avail able to the public the draft Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Addendum or operating permit and a review report that sets forth he applicable the legal and factual basis for the permit conditions, includin g references to t regulatory provisions, the source ’s most recent risk assessment results, and the level of risk assessment that the source used to perform the risk assessment; and (C) Prior to determining whether to issue, revise, or deny a To xic Air Contaminant Permit this division, DEQ must Addendum or an operating permit w ith conditions required under Item G 000102 11/15/2018 A‐29 PROPOSED RULES

30 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page of 121 30 c notice procedures that are ives under the applicable publi consider public comments it rece ithin the scope of DEQ’s it addendum or operating permit and w relevant to the draft perm authority. (5) DEQ may not issue a Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Addendum or an operating permit for a source if: (a) The owner or operator of a proposed new or reconstructed so urce does not comply with OAR 340-245-0050, 340-245-0060 and this rule, as applicable; (b) DEQ determines that the emissions from a proposed new or re constructed source would result in risk at any exposure location that will exceed a Perm it Denial Level; or ould result in risk at any (c) DEQ determines that the emissions from an existing source w exposure location that will excee sk Action Level. d the Immediate Curtailment Ri (6) Content of a Toxic Air Cont aminant Permit Addendum or Opera ting Permit Conditions. A th conditions required under Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Addendum or an operating permit wi this division must: (a) Identify the name and lo cation of the sour ce and its owner or operator; Contaminant Permit Addendum or (b) Include a list of all TEUs that are subject to a Toxic Air d under this div ision, including all exempt TEUs and operating permit conditions require aggregated TEUs; (c) Include permit conditions t hat contain Source Risk Limits t o implement the requirements specified in OAR 340-245-0110; ssary under this division, including (d) Establish or revise any operating limits or conditions nece ditions to limit risk from TEUs or annual or short-term toxic air contaminant emission limits, con the entire source, and operationa l limits for toxic air contaminants, including limits or levels that are equipment specific, process specific, TEU-specific, or that apply to the entire source; (e) Include testing, monitoring, recordkeeping, and reporting r equirements sufficient to determine compliance with all limits or requirements in the Tox ic Air Contaminant Permit Addendum or the operating permit conditions required under this division, as necessary; (f) Include a requirement to obt ain applicable construction app roval under OAR division 210 or 216; dress or phone number for the (g) Include complaint line information by providing an email ad , or its representative; source’s owner or operator ude a description of the owner’s or (h) At the discretion and opti on of the owner or operator, incl s after DEQ has completed its operator’s plans to continue its c ommunity engagement activitie notification requirements; Item G 000103 11/15/2018 A‐30 PROPOSED RULES

31 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting of 121 Page 31 (i) Include a compliance schedul e, as necessary, to ensure compliance or progress toward ments in this division; compliance with the require ure compliance with this division; its and requirements, as necessary, to ens (j) Include other lim and (k) Include a condition that requir report to DEQ. es the owner or operator to provide an annual owner or operator must submit a report at least annually to (7) Reporting Requirements. The DEQ to demonstrate compliance r this division that are included with all conditions required unde report must include: in a Toxic Air Contaminant Addendum or an operating permit. The on Plan; (a) Twice-annual progress reports required under a Risk Reducti TLAER update reports; (b) Periodic TBACT or (c) Whether there has bee n a change in zoning within 1.5 kilome ters of the source and, if so, whether that change increases the source risk; (d) Documentation showing that , for any area that the source de monstrated in its risk assessment ble to the area, the area was not used in a manner allowed by the land use zoning applica zoning applicable to the area; and manner allowed by the land use continues to not be used in the (e) Any other information requi red to be reported by a conditio n in the Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Addendum or an operating permit. (8) Procedures to Modify Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Condition s. If the Toxic Air operating permit, the Contaminant Permit Addendum has not been incorporated into the following procedures must be fo llowed for modifications to exis ting Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Addenda. Otherwise, the owner or operator must apply for an operating permit modification under OAR 340 divi sion 216 or 218 using the proced ures in this division for the following modifications: he owner or operator. An owner or operator must submit an (a) Modifications initiated by t application for modification before making any change described in paragraphs (a)(A) through (J) and that would result in a Toxic Air Contaminant Permit violation of a condition of the ivision; Addendum or an operating permit condition required under this d (A) Construct or modify a TEU that is: (i) Exempt under OAR 340-245-0060(4)(c)(A); (ii) De minimis under OAR 340-245-0060(4)(c)(B)(ii); or (iii) Significant under OAR 340-245-0060(4)(c)(C); Risk Limit or any risk limits (B) Modify an established Source or conditions necessary under this division; Item G 000104 11/15/2018 A‐31 PROPOSED RULES

32 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 32 Page of 121 (C) Request an extension to a com rator must submit the pliance date. The owner or ope e date specified in the current ast 90 days before the complianc application for extension at le eria for granting any Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Addendum or operating permit. Crit extension include the following: (i) The owner or operator has a clear plan towards meeting the Source Risk Limit; (ii) The owner or operator has made demonstrated progress towards meeting the requirements that are the subject of the extension request; and (iii) The owner or operator has submitted documentation proving that the delay is due to reasonably unforeseeable events beyond their control; a modeling parameter in the risk the source that was used as (D) Modify any physical feature of assessment and that affects the results of the risk assessment, such as but not limited to fence lines, building heights , stack heights, or r elocation of a TEU or stack by more than 10 meters; (E) Terminate postponement of risk reductions; (F) Modify the risk assessment because the zoning in the area h as changed in a way that could increase risk; a way that could increase risk in (G) Modify the risk assessment because land use has changed in areas where land uses have been excluded from the risk assessment under OAR 340-245- 0210(1)(a)(F); (H) Modify air monitoring requirements; and (I) Revise or update the approved risk assessment. An owner or operator must promptly submit a orrections or additional corrected risk assessment upon beco ming aware of the need for c u of, a DEQ decision to commence information. This requirement is in addition to, and not in lie iolation, as DEQ determines an enforcement action against s uch owner or operator for such v appropriate under the circumstances; (b) Modifications required by D EQ. When notified in writing by DEQ, the owner or operator an application for a modification must update or correct its previous risk assessment and submit if: estigation or file review that a previous risk assessment (A) DEQ determines through an inv se the risk; t, when corrected, could increa contains errors or omissions tha (B) An RBC in OAR 340-245-8040 Tabl e 4 has been added or lowered that would substantially tion Plan; ffectiveness of the Risk Reduc impact risk, implementation, or e change that would substantially (C) Risk assessment procedures impact risk, implementation, or effectiveness of the Risk Reduction Plan; and Item G 000105 11/15/2018 A‐32 PROPOSED RULES

33 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting of 121 Page 33 (D) Results of toxic air contaminant monitoring done by the own er or operator show higher risk than any risk determined by the risk assessment; r modification, and pay the (c) The owner or operator must submit a complete application fo ubsection (g). If DEQ has provided notice to the owner or applicable modification fees in s submit the necessary information the owner or operator must operator under subsection (b), then EQ sends such written notice; (3) to DEQ 90 days after the date that D required under section a modification application dures in OAR 340-245-0030 to review (d) DEQ shall use the proce er extension requests, and request submitted under this rule to determine its completeness, consid additional information, if needed; risk assessment, the owner or operator must consult with DEQ (e) When updating or correcting a and must follow the applicable risk assessment requirements in OAR 340-245-0050; (f) When DEQ receives an appli cation to modify a Toxic Air Cont aminant Permit Addendum or operating permit, DEQ will use the following public notice proc edures: ivision 209 if the change will: (A) Category III public notice procedures in OAR chapter 340, d (i) Increase source risk; (ii) Establish a Risk Reduction Plan for termination of postponement of risk reduction; (iii) Extend any compliance dates in a compliance schedule esta blished in the permit; or (iv) Significantly change proposed control methods in a Risk Re duction Plan; non-technical (B) Category I public notice pro cedures in OAR chapter 340, div ision 209 for l modifications that do not inc rease risk; or modifications and basic technica ocedures in OAR chapter 340, di (C) Category II public notice pr vision 209 for all other types of permit changes not described in paragraphs (A) and (B); (g) The fee for a modification is: (A) The Complex Technical Modi fication fee under OAR 340-216-8020 Table Part 4 for modifications under paragraph (f)(A); (B) The Basic Technical Modification fee or the Non-Technical P ermit Modification fee under modifications under paragraph (f)(B); or OAR 340-216-8020 Table 2 Part 4 for (C) The Moderate Technical Modification fee under OAR 340-216-8020 Table 2 Part 4 for modifications under paragraph (f)(C). Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468.065, 468A.025, 468A.040, 468A.050, 468A.070, 468A.155, and Or Laws 2018, ch. 102, §§ 3 and 13. 468A.035, 468A.040, Stats. Implemented: ORS 468.065, 468A.010, 468A.015, 468A.025, 468A.050, 468A.070, and 468A.155, and Or Laws 2018, ch. 102, §§ 2, 3, 13 and 14. Item G 000106 11/15/2018 A‐33 PROPOSED RULES

34 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 34 Page of 121 340-245-0110 Source Risk Limits (1) The purpose of a Source Risk Limit is to limit the chronic and acute risk from a source that mits based on the results of the emits toxic air contaminants. DEQ will establish Source Risk Li blish Source Risk Limits risk assessment performed under OAR 340-245-0050. DEQ will esta wing risk categories: chronic e separately for each of the follo xcess cancer risk, chronic noncancer risk and acute noncancer risk. a rolling 12 consecutive month (a) Source Risk Limits that ar e based on chronic risk apply on licable; ronic risk or annual PTE, as app basis and limit the source's ch daily basis and limit the source's (b) Source Risk Limits that are based on acute risk apply on a acute risk or daily PTE, as applicable; and (c) DEQ may establish multiple chronic or acute noncancer Sourc e Risk Limits for an individual source on a case-by-case basis to account for risk to different target organs or organ systems. d existing sources whose risk is (2) Establishing Source Risk Lim its. For new, reconstructed, an greater than the Source Permit Le vel, DEQ may set Source Risk L imits based on either: risk assessment required under OAR 340-245-0050 using the (a) The level modeled in the emissions inventory submitted under OAR 340-245-0040(1); or that reflects a reasonable estimate (b) For existing sources, a level other than the modeled level ng into account projected operation s and other factors, including but of risk from the source taki not limited to: (A) Applicable State and Federal limitations; (B) Established PTE; (C) Past operations; and (D) Recent trends in emission rates. (3) An owner or operator may propos e the type of risk limit tha t will be included in the source’s Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Addendum or operating permit, such as a limit on emissions or source operation, or a limit on risk. posed on emissions, operational (a) Source Risk Limits will generally be based on conditions im y, to maintain risk below the material usage, as necessar parameters, production, fuel or raw Source Risk Limits; or (b) Source Risk Limits may be expressed in terms of risk, such as X per million for excess rical value. cancer risk or Hazard Index of Y, where X and Y indicate a nume Item G 000107 11/15/2018 A‐34 PROPOSED RULES

35 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting of 121 Page 35 (4) If a compliance schedule to Toxic Air Contaminant Permit reduce risk is included in the or operator must comply with an existing source, the owner Addendum or operating permit for oposed risk below the Immediate all the requirements in the compliance schedule and maintain pr Curtailment Level, if applicable. (5) Determining Compliance with Source Risk Limits. ith the Source Risk Limit on (a) Frequency. The owner or operator must maintain compliance w the frequency specified in the Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Add endum or operating permit as follows: ontaminant emission rates emitted (A) For excess cancer risk, using the annual actual toxic air c month basis, compliance must by the source that have cancer RBCs determined on a 12-rolling frequent compliance requirem ents are specified in a source’s be maintained monthly, unless less Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Addendum or operating permit; (B) For chronic noncancer risk, total or separated for each target organ or organ system, using the annual actual toxic air contaminant emission rates emitted by the source that contribute to sis, compliance must be each chronic noncancer risk determined on a 12-rolling month ba s are specified in a source’s maintained monthly, unless less frequent compliance requirement Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Addendum or operating permit; and (C) For acute noncancer risk, total or separated for each target organ or organ system, using the contaminant emission rates emitt maximum daily actual toxic air ed by the source that contribute compliance must be maintained to each acute noncancer risk dete rmined for the preceding day, daily, unless less frequent compliance requirements are specified in a source’s Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Addendum or operating permit; (b) Compliance records maintenance method. (A) If the Source Risk Limit is based on emissions, production, or other limits on source operation, the owner or operator must monitor emissions, produc tion, or other limits on source operation, using one or more of the following methods: (i) Continuous emissions monitors; (ii) Material balance calculations; (iii) Emissions calculations using approved emission factors an d process information; rameter monitoring; and (iv) Production or process pa (v) Other methods approved by DEQ; rator must calculate ongoing risk (B) If the Source Risk Limit is based on risk, the owner or ope in a manner specified in the source’s Toxic Air Contaminant Per mit Addendum or operating permit. Item G 000108 11/15/2018 A‐35 PROPOSED RULES

36 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting of 121 Page 36 Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468.065, 468A.025, 468A.040, 468A.050, 468A.070, 468A.155, and Or Laws 2018, ch. 102, § 3. 468A.035, 468A.040, Stats. Implemented: ORS 468.065, 468A.010, 468A.015, 468A.025, nd 3. 468A.050, 468A.070, 468A.155, and Or Laws 2018, ch. 102, §§ 2 a 340-245-0120 Community Engagement ity and provide a gement is to inform the commun (1) The purpose of community enga into the program. The mechanism for input to DEQ’s wo rk with sources that are called requirements of this rule are intended to ensure that consideration of environmental justice is sion. t implementation of this divi appropriately emphasized throughou ision, DEQ will, at a minimum, ce is required under this div (2) Notification. When public noti notify persons with an address in the notificati on area. DEQ wi ll provide a 30 day notice of any public meeting by sending an email through GovDelivery or maili ng written notice via U.S. mail to such persons. DEQ may enhance the public notice procedures at its discretion. (3) Public meetings. cted, modified and existing (a) DEQ may hold one or more public meetings for new, reconstru sources if the owner or operator requests Source Risk Limits gr eater than any of the Community Engagement Levels except as allowed by OAR 340-245-0130(6). DEQ, in consultation with within the notification area, ma persons who live or spend time y determine that another forum ddition to a public meeting, is for communication, as liste d in section (4), in lieu of or in a appropriate; (b) If DEQ does not hold a public meeting, DEQ will provide written notice via U.S. mail to all that the owner persons with an address in the not ification area or operator has requested Source Risk Limits greater than any of the Community Engagement Levels except as allowed by OAR 340-245-0130(6); (c) DEQ may also hold one or more public meetings for any other reporting, monitoring or permitting action associated with n; activities under this divisio (d) In planning and holding public meetings, DEQ will consider: (A) A location that is Americans with Disabilities Act compliant, is convenient for community if available; members to attend and can be accessed by public transportation, eduling in a manner that is c onvenient to the majority of (B) The timing of the meeting, sch attendees; (C) Whether translation services and childcare are necessary, and may provide such services if needed; and Item G 000109 11/15/2018 A‐36 PROPOSED RULES

37 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 37 Page of 121 (D) Best practices for public a ied in resources published by the nd community meetings as identif State of Oregon Environmental Justice Task Force and OHA; ision regarding a source, then (e) When DEQ determines to hold a public meeting under this div ent fee specified in OAR the owner or operator must pay the applicable community engagem ner or operator must appear at 340-216-8030 Table 3, and at least one representative of the ow the public meeting. ion may include any or all of (4) Other forums for communica tion. Other forums for communicat the following: d by an applicant required by (a) Notifying the community of information and reports submitte g written notice via U.S. mail; il through GovDelivery or mailin this division by sending an ema (b) Posting all information and reports submitted by an applica nt on the DEQ website; (c) Attending community forums or other local meetings when req uested by the community. The nd this type of meeting; rator is not required to atte representative of the owner or ope (d) Electronic meeting forums suc lls; and h as webinars or conference ca (e) Other activities as determined necessary by DEQ. Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468.065, 468A.025, 468A.040, 468A.050, 468A.070, 468A.155, and Or Laws 2018, ch. 102, §§ 3 and 6. 468A.035, 468A.040, Stats. Implemented: ORS 468.065, 468A.010, 468A.015, 468A.025, 468A.050, 468A.070, 468A.155, and Or Laws 2018, ch. 102, §§ 2, 3 and 6. 340-245-0130 Risk Reduction Plan Requirements (1) A Risk Reduction Plan for a n existing source must do the fo llowing within the specified period of time, as applicable: (a) Reduce risk to less than or equal to the TBACT Level; ant TEUs; (b) Require the owner or opera tor to meet TBACT on all signific equal to the Risk Reduction Lev el; or (c) Reduce risk to less than or (d) Reduce risk to less than or equal to the Community Engagement Level if the owner or operator voluntarily agrees to do so. nts. The owner or operator tha (2) Risk Reduction Plan Requireme t is requesting approval of a Risk Reduction Plan must submit to DEQ the following: Item G 000110 11/15/2018 A‐37 PROPOSED RULES

38 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 38 of 121 (a) Two air contaminant emissions inventories: or the source submitted under OAR 340-245-0040(1) before (A) The emissions inventory f d implementation of the proposed Risk Reduction Plan measures; an der OAR 340-245-0040(1) and (B) A projected emissions inventory for the source submitted un OAR 340-245-0040(3)(b)(B)(ii)(I) af oposed Risk Reduction Plan ter implementation of the pr measures; (b) The results of a risk assessment performed under OAR 340-245-0050(10) or (11) including the risk calculations before and after full implementation of t he Risk Reduction Plan using the quired in subsection (a); emissions inventories re 245-0140, and a description of pollution prevention measures under OAR 340- (c) An analysis of those measures that the owner or operator has undertaken and in cluded as part of its Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Addendum application; (d) Identification of each TEU f or which an action will be take n to reduce risk, how the risk will be reduced, and for TEUs that a re required to meet TBACT: (A) A demonstration that all sig nificant TEUs at the source mee t TBACT under OAR 340-245- 0220; and (B) The TBACT analysis under OAR 340-245-0220 that demonstrates that all significant TEUs d; at the source will meet TBACT when the plan is fully implemente (e) A schedule for implementing the proposed Risk Reduction Pla n measures within the time frames allowed under section (4), if not sooner. The schedule m ust specify: (A) The dates by which the sour ce will implement the proposed R isk Reduction Plan measures; (B) The dates for submittal of periodic reports showing progress toward completion of the include achievement of proposed Risk Reduction Plan measur es. Progress reports should significant milestones, including but not limited to dates of e quipment delivery and construction progress; and (C) The dates for submittal of applications for permits to construct or modify, which must be no later than 90 days after DEQ approval of the Risk Reduction Plan, or other time period approved by DEQ; (f) The proposed Source Risk Limits. duction under OAR 340-245- (3) The owner or operator may request a postponement of risk re 0150. (4) Risk Reduction Plan implementation deadlines. Item G 000111 11/15/2018 A‐38 PROPOSED RULES

39 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page of 121 39 ther or both an excess cancer or rator of a source that has ei (a) Chronic risk. The owner or ope vel must implement the Risk chronic noncancer source risk that is greater than the TBACT Le Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Reduction Plan within two years from the effective date of the with this division, or at an Addendum or the operating permit with conditions in compliance earlier time as required by D EQ in such addendum or operating p ermit; (A) Except as provided in paragr aph (B), the owner or operator may apply for a permit modification as specified under OAR 340-245-0100(8) to request additional time to implement e owner or operator, in such app risk reductions measures. If th lication, shows good cause for the DEQ may allow the owner or modification based on unreasonable hardship to the source, then operator: ears to implement the required (i) Not more than two additional years beyond the initial two y risk reduction measures and achie ve required risk reductions if the initial excess cancer or chronic noncancer source risk is greater than the TBACT Level b ut less than the Risk Reduction Level; or o years to implement the required (ii) Not more than three additional years beyond the initial tw the initial excess cancer or risk reduction measures and achie ve required risk reductions if chronic noncancer source risk is greater than the Risk Reductio n Level; er paragraph (A) to an owner or operator that has (B) DEQ may not grant a request und on under OAR 340-245-0150; r a postponement of risk reducti previously received approval fo e risk that is greater than the (b) Acute risk. The owner or ope rator of a source that has acut TBACT Level must implement the Risk Reduction Plan on the following timeline: ontaminant Permit Addendum (A) Within one month from the effective date of the Toxic Air C or the operating permit with conditions in compliance with this division; or (B) If the owner or operator requests additional time in its To xic Air Contaminant Permit s good cause based on unreasonable hardship to the source and Addendum application and show an evaluation of health factors, including but not limited to s everity of acute health effect, degree of scientific certain ed to develop the RBC, then DEQ ty, and averaging time of the acute TRV us tor up to and not more than 12 months to implement the Risk may allow the owner or opera Reduction Plan. (5) Reporting Requirements. (a) The owner or operator of a source that has been issued a To xic Air Contaminant Permit includes a Risk Reduction Pla Addendum or operating permit that n must submit twice-annual progress reports to DEQ describing the source’s progress in red ucing toxic air contaminant emissions and risk by implementing the Risk Reduction Plan. The progress reports are due to Risk Reduction Plan is in effect, DEQ on or before February 15 and July 31 of each year that the dendum or operating permit. or other dates specified in the Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Ad he Toxic Air Contaminant Permit The progress reports must incl ude all information required by t , including but not limited to: Addendum or operating permit Item G 000112 11/15/2018 A‐39 PROPOSED RULES

40 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting of 121 Page 40 k reduction measures specified achieved in implementing the ris (A) The increments of progress in the Risk Reduction Plan; ss; (B) A schedule indicating dates for future increments of progre ses or decreases in emissions of toxic air contaminants that have (C) A description of any increa pproval of the Risk Reduction Plan; and occurred at the source since a k Reduction Plan elements will b e completed; (D) An estimate of when all Ris pletion report to DEQ no later (b) The owner or operator must submit a Risk Reduction Plan com nts. The report must include: Risk Reduction Plan requireme than 60 days after completing all ting the risk reduction measures (A) The final increments of progress achieved in fully implemen rements of progress were achieved; lan and the date the final inc specified in the Risk Reduction P (B) A summary of the actions tak en to implement the Risk Reduct ion Plan; (C) The results of the demonstrat ion of the effectiveness of th e Risk Reduction Plan measures, e TEUs for which risk was including verification of the mode ling parameters for all of th reduced; and (D) The remaining source risk aft ction measures. er completion of all risk redu (6) Voluntary Risk Reductions. DEQ will not conduct community e ngagement public meetings, 3), for the owner or operator of an existing source whose as described in OAR 340-245-0120( y reduce risk to below the risk is less than the TBACT Level and that agrees to voluntaril Community Engagement Level. n. An owner or operator must submit for approval a Voluntary (a) Voluntary Risk Reduction Pla Risk Reduction Plan that follows t he requirements and procedure s in this rule for submittal of a Risk Reduction Plan to reduce risk to below the Community Engag ement Level; (b) The owner or operator must f ully implement the Voluntary Ri sk Reduction Plan within two years from the effective date of the Toxic Air Contaminant Perm it Addendum, or at an earlier time as required by DEQ. If additional time is needed to implement the risk reduction measures, the owner or operator must apply for a permit modification as s pecified under OAR 340-245- 0100(8); (c) DEQ may allow the owner or operator not more than two additional years beyond the initial two years to implement the requi red risk reduction measures and achieve the voluntary risk reductions; and isk Reduction Plan within the (d) If the owner or operator does not implement the Voluntary R irements under OAR 340- approved time, DEQ shall initiate the community engagement requ 245-0120. Item G 000113 11/15/2018 A‐40 PROPOSED RULES

41 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting of 121 41 Page Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468.065, 468A.025, 468A.040, 468A.050, 468A.070, 468A.155, and Or Laws 2018, ch. 102, § 3. 468A.035, 468A.040, Stats. Implemented: ORS 468.065, 468A.010, 468A.015, 468A.025, nd 3. 468A.050, 468A.070, 468A.155, and Or Laws 2018, ch. 102, §§ 2 a 340-245-0140 Pollution Prevention (1) The owner or operator of a source whose risk is greater than or equal to the TBACT Level, s required to do an analysis of before any additional risk reduction measures are considered, i s provided in this rule. pollution prevention measures a asures that are likely to reduce (2) The owner or operator must evaluate pollution prevention me or operator chooses to implement or eliminate emissions of toxic ai r contaminants. If the owner any such measures, the owner or ope rator must include that information in the Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Addendum application. (3) An analysis of pollution preven tion measures must include t he following: level data related to the toxic air data, including TEU and process (a) A detailed review of source contaminants of concern emitted by the source, including: (A) all chemical and material A process flow diagram depicting all production steps, showing hich material passes to form a product, and showing the point inputs and all processes through w enter the system and leave the production unit, with at which toxic air contaminants identification of the inputs and outputs relevant to generation of toxic air contaminants; and (B) Materials accounting which quan tifies the total chemical in puts and outputs of a particular toxic air contaminant from each process, and ultimately, source -wide usage and emissions; ludes measures focused on the toxic (b) The identifica tion of pollution prevention options that inc es that have been mapped and air contaminants, by-products (outputs, not inputs) and process c air contaminant pollution p revention options include the quantified. The categories of toxi following: evaluated for hazard characteristics, technical performance, cost (A) Chemical input alternatives and availability, and exposure; (B) Product reformulation; (C) Production process re design or modification; (D) Production process modernization; (E) Improved operations and maintenance; Item G 000114 11/15/2018 A‐41 PROPOSED RULES

42 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 42 Page of 121 (F) In-process recycling; and (G) Inventory management controls; air contaminant pollution easibility evaluation of toxic (c) The technical screening and f prevention options include the following: application, pro (A) Performance needs for the cess or product that contains the toxic air sought; contaminant for which the pollu tion prevention option is being erformance by other industries; s favorable with respect to p (B) Identification of the option a (C) Availability as “off-the-shelf” technology with demonstrate d successful use; on with existing process technolog (D) Compatibility of the opti y; (E) Effects on product quality and compliance with customer spe cifications; and (F) Long term viability of the option; t pollution prevention options to (d) The economic feasibility evaluation of toxic air contaminan determine all of the costs and savings associated with implemen ting the option, include the following: e.g., capital investment, operations and maintenance, annual (A) Direct costs or savings ( chemical costs vs. per unit cost); safety costs, compliance cost (B) Indirect costs or savings ( e.g., reduced worker health and reductions, and lower waste and by-product management costs); (C) Effects on future liabilit y (e.g., liability insurance prem ium reductions); (D) Non-monetized costs or benefits (e.g., improved company pub lic image and community relations); and (E) New revenue sources associ there be new markets for ated with this option (e.g., will modified products). Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468.065, 468A.025, 468A.040, 468A.050, 468A.070, 468A.155, and Or Laws 2018, ch. 102, § 3. 468A.035, 468A.040, Stats. Implemented: ORS 468.065, 468A.010, 468A.015, 468A.025, nd 3. 468A.050, 468A.070, 468A.155, and Or Laws 2018, ch. 102, §§ 2 a 340-245-0150 Postponement of Risk Reduction Item G 000115 11/15/2018 A‐42 PROPOSED RULES

43 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting of 121 Page 43 (1) Postponement of risk reducti on is only available for existing sources and cannot be approved erator may request postponement urtailment Level. An owner or op if risk is over the Immediate C r period, the owner or operator must of risk reduction for one five year period. After that five yea reduce risk in accordance with OAR 340-245-0130. (2) An owner or operator of a n existing source requesting postponement of the requirement to reduce risk for one or more significant TEUs must submit a request to DEQ that includes the following: (a) Information proving inability to pay; (b) The TEUs for which the postponement is being requested; (c) An analysis of: equired to undertake to reduce risk; hat the owner or operator is r (A) All risk reduction measures t and on measure identified in paragraph and maintain each risk reducti (B) The cost to install, operate (A) for which a postponement is being requested; (d) A description of any other in terim risk reduction measures, including a pollution prevention analysis under OAR 340-245-0140, that will be taken to reduce risk in lieu of implementing each risk reduction measure identifie d in paragraph (c)(A) for which a postponement is being requested and when those interim risk reduction measures will b e implemented; and (e) The number of emplo yees at the source. (3) An owner or operator must include a postponement request in the source’s Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Addendum application under OAR 340-245-0100. (4) The owner or operator maki ng a request to postpone risk red uction: (a) Must use the applicable U.S y's ABEL, INDIPAY or . Environmental Protection Agenc approved by DEQ, to MUNIPAY computer model, or a sub stantially equivalent analysis evaluate financial condition or a reducing risk or meeting TBACT in bility to pay the full cost of accordance with EPA standards for determining ability to pay. T he models’ standard input values are presumed to apply unless the owner or operator can demonstrate that the standard values do not reflect the owner’s or operato r’s actual circumstances. DEQ may generally determine that the owner or operator is able to pay i f the model results show that the owner or operator has a 70% probability of being able to absorb the cost of meeting TBACT o r implementing other physical, operational or process changes th at could be made to reduce ris k; and information meets the requirements (b) Is required to provide DEQ , on a confidential basis if the of OAR 340-214-0130, audited financial information about the so urce. The information must include federal tax returns for the most recent three years, th e most current year’s audited financial statement, a signed a uditor’s statement provided by a certified public accountant, the nformation regarding the owner’s source’s latest income statemen t and balance sheet, and other i Item G 000116 11/15/2018 A‐43 PROPOSED RULES

44 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 44 Page of 121 e information will be held as or operator’s financial condition on a form required by DEQ. Th istent with the Oregon Public Records Law, ORS 192.311 through confidential to the extent cons 192.478. (5) Negotiation and consultation. owner or operator, and may (a) DEQ may negotiate alternatives to the postponement with the final determination regarding consider such alternatives in the whether to approve the postponement; and ndian governing bodies, and (b) DEQ will consult with OHA, l ocal elected officials, local I ies that have jurisdiction in the notification area before making a relevant state and federal agenc final determination regarding the postponement. in full or in part and impose any (6) DEQ may grant a request for postponement of risk reduction conditions, implementation of reasonable alternative measures, and implementation schedules that DEQ determines are appropr iate based on the following: ill exceed an applicable Risk (a) Evaluating the following at ex posure locations where risk w Action Level: (A) The presence of sensitive populations, including people wit h low income, members of a minority group, and residents under five years old; and lives within the notification are (B) The total population that a of the source; r operator of the source of (b) Considering both the potential economic harm to the owner o tor make the identified risk r eductions against the burden of risk requiring that the owner or opera risk reductions are postponed. to the exposed population if the Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468.065, 468A.025, 468A.040, 468A.050, 468A.070, 468A.155, and Or Laws 2018, ch. 102, § 3. 468A.035, 468A.040, Stats. Implemented: ORS 468.065, 468A.010, 468A.015, 468A.025, 468A.050, 468A.070, 468A.155, and Or Laws 2018, ch. 102, §§ 2 a nd 3. 340-245-0200 Risk Estimates equired under this division, the risk assessment must consider the (1) When a risk assessment is r in OAR 340-245-8040 Table 4 isk-Based Concentrations listed toxic air contaminants and the R to assess excess cancer and noncancer risk. evel 1 Risk Assessment Tool. (2) Directions for the L Item G 000117 11/15/2018 A‐44 PROPOSED RULES

45 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 45 Page of 121 (a) An owner or operator that choo ses to perform a Level 1 Risk Assessment under OAR 340- 245-0050, must calculate a separate sum of risk ratios for each of the following categories: risk for the applicable exposure excess cancer risk, chronic noncancer risk, and acute noncancer locations; perator must use the emissions inventory on, the owner or o (b) When making this calculati submitted under OAR 340-245-0040(1) for: annual emission rates; and (A) Excess cancer risk and chronic noncancer risk, the average (B) Acute noncancer risk, the maximum daily emission rates. lculations in paragraphs (A) and (c) The owner or operator must perform each of the following ca ed in paragraph (C): (B), except as allow (A) For excess cancer risk and chronic noncancer risk: (i) For each TEU, use the stack height and distance to the nearest exposure locations to identify actor under OAR 340-245-8050 Table 5A. If the TEU is a fugitive the appropriate dispersion f source, use the area and height of the building and distance to the nearest exposure locations to identify the appropriate dispe rsion factor under OAR 340-245-80 50 Table 5C; (ii) For each TEU and each toxic air contaminant emitted from the TEU, multiply the annual tor identified under subpara emission rate by the dispersion fac graph (i) to calculate an air concentration at the near est exposure location; (iii) For each TEU, divide the a ir concentration of each toxic air contaminant calculated under te RBC of that toxic air cont aminant under OAR 340-245- subparagraph (ii) by the appropria 8040 Table 4; (iv) For each TEU, add up the ris k from each toxic air contaminant calculated under subparagraph (iii); and (v) For all TEUs, add up all of the risks calculated under subp aragraph (iv) to obtain the total excess cancer risk in one million or the total chronic noncance r Hazard Index for the entire source. For chronic noncancer risk, Hazard Indices may be calcu lated by noncancer target organ or organ systems in c onsultation with DEQ; (B) For acute noncancer risk: (i) For each TEU, use the stack height and distance to the nearest exposure location to identify the appropriate dispersion f actor under OAR 340-245-8050 Table 5B. If the TEU is a fugitive the nearest exposure locations to and distance to of the building source, use the area and height 50 Table 5D; rsion factor under OAR 340-245-80 identify the appropriate dispe (ii) For each TEU and each toxic air contaminant emitted from t he TEU, multiply the maximum daily emission rate by the disper sion factor identified under subparagraph (i) to calculate an air est exposure location; concentration at the near Item G 000118 11/15/2018 A‐45 PROPOSED RULES

46 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page of 121 46 air contaminant calculated under ir concentration of each toxic (iii) For each TEU, divide the a for that toxic air contaminant under OAR 340-245-8040 subparagraph (ii) by the acute RBC Table 4; (iv) For each TEU, add up the ris k from each toxic air contaminant calculated under subparagraph (iii); and (v) For all TEUs, add up all of the risks calculated under subp aragraph (iv) to obtain the total acute noncancer Hazard Index for the entire source. Hazard Indi ces may be calculated by ystems in consultation with DE Q; noncancer target organ or organ s ht of the building (C) Instead of using stack height and distance or area and heig and distance to the nearest exposure locations t o obtain the app ropriate disper sion factor under OAR 340-245- may instead use, as a defau 8050 Table 5, the owner or operator lt, the most conservative dispersion factor; (i) For stack emissions, use the dispersion factor associated w ith a stack height of five meters and an exposure location distance of 50 m eters, which is listed in the upper-left corner of OAR 340- 245-8050 Table 5A and B; (ii) For fugitive emissions, use the dispersion factor associat ed with an area of less than or equal ght of less than or equal to 20 feet, and an exposure location to 3,000 square feet, a building hei distance of 50 meters, which is listed in the upper-left corner of OAR 340-245-8050 Table 5C and D; and (iii) Using these default dispersion factors will result in pro risk. If the risks tective calculations of or equal to the applicable Risk calculated using these default dispersion factors are less than Action Levels, the owner or opera s calculated in this manner to tor may choose to use the risk show compliance with the Source Risk Limits. (3) Sum of Risk Ratios calculati on procedure for Level 2, Level 3 and Level 4 Risk Assessments. (a) An owner or operator that c hooses to perform a Level 2, Lev el 3 or Level 4 Risk Assessment under OAR 340-245-0050, must calculate a separate sum of risk r atio for each of the following risk categories: excess cancer risk, chronic noncancer risk, an d acute noncancer risk for the applicable exposure locations; perator must use the following modeled (b) When making this calculati on, the owner or o ambient concentrations for each t posure locations: oxic air contaminant at all ex hronic noncancer risk, the annu (A) For excess cancer risk and c al average concentrations must be used; and must be used; maximum daily concentrations (B) For acute noncancer risk, the ns for each of the risk categories perform the following calculatio (c) The owner or operator must tion (b): listed in subsection (a) and usi ng the concentrations in subsec Item G 000119 11/15/2018 A‐46 PROPOSED RULES

47 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 47 Page of 121 (A) For each TEU, divide the modeled concentration of each toxi c air contaminant by the air contaminant under OAR 340-245-8040 Table 4, ensuring that appropriate RBC of that toxic n micrograms per cubic meter; the concentration is expressed i nt calculated under paragraph (B) For each TEU, add up the risk from each toxic air contamina (A); and isks calculated under paragraph (B) (C) For all TEUs at each exposure location, add up all of the r to obtain the total excess cancer risk in one million, the tota l chronic noncancer Hazard Index, or or noncancer risk, Hazard Indices the total acute noncancer Hazard Index for the entire source. F t organ or organ systems in consultation with DEQ. may be calculated by noncancer targe for comparison to a Risk Action ng. When a risk is calculated (4) Significant figures and roundi Level or Source Risk Limit: (a) The final risk calculati on must be rounded off as follows: (A) For comparison to the Aggregate TEU Level and the Source Pe rmit Level, round off to one decimal place; and k Action Levels or Source Risk L imits, round off to a whole (B) For comparison to other Ris number; (b) Round up if the last figure to be rounded off is 5 or greater, otherwise round down. Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468.065, 468A.025, 468A.040, 468A.050, 468A.070, 468A.155, and Or Laws 2018, ch. 102, § 3. Stats. Implemented: ORS 468.065, 468A.010, 468A.015, 468A.025, 468A.035, 468A.040, nd 3. 468A.050, 468A.070, 468A.155, and Or Laws 2018, ch. 102, §§ 2 a 340-245-0210 Modeling and Risk Assessment Work Plan Requirements The owner or operator of a source must follow the applicable pr ocedures in this rule when required to perform a risk assessment under OAR 340-245-0050 or 340-245-0060. (1) Modeling Requirements. All m quired under this odeled estimates of ambient con centrations re division must be based on the applicable air quality models and other requirements as specified elines on Air Quality Models (Revised)," or a in 40 CFR part 51, Appendix W, "Guid substantially equivalent model Any change or substitution or requirement approved by DEQ. x W must be approved by from models and procedures specified in 40 CFR part 51, Appendi DEQ in advance and incorporated in the modeling protocol. AERSC REEN and AERMOD are examples of approved air quality models. Item G 000120 11/15/2018 A‐47 PROPOSED RULES

48 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page of 121 48 ing for a Level 2, Level 3 or (a) When choosing to perform a Level 1 Risk Assessment or model first submit a modeling Level 4 Risk Assessment, the owner or operator of a source must protocol that must be approve 5-0030. The necessary d by DEQ as required in OAR 340-24 essment level and the model information to perform any modeling will depend on the risk ass being used, if any, and may inclu de but is not limited to: (A) Emissions inventory submitted under OAR 340-245-0040(1); bove ground, exit diameter, exit ng data, including stack height a (B) Stack parameter and buildi velocity, and exit temperature mission points from the source, and , for all existing and proposed e dimension data of buildings; (C) Meteorological and topographical data; (D) Information about the disp ersion models and modeling parameters used; (E) Exposure locations where ambient concentrations will be mod eled; (F) For determining exposure loca tions where ambient concentrat ions will be modeled, an owner or operator may provide documentation to demonstrate an area is not being used in the manner allowed by the land use zoning at the time the modeling is to be performed, and may request that on of these areas be excluded i n determining chronic exposure the land use zoning classificati locations. If DEQ approves an exclusion under this paragraph, t hen: ed on their actual use; (i) The owner or operator must m odel the approved locations bas annually submit to DEQ documentation showing the areas (ii) The owner or operator must to not be used in the manner subject to the excluded land us e zoning classification continue licable to the area; and allowed by the land use zoning app (iii) If the annual documenta tion provided under subparagraph ( ii) shows the area is being used in the manner allowed by the l and use zoning and results in pot ential exposure to toxic air contaminants from the source, the owner or operator must update the risk assessment based on Addendum modification under the change in use and apply for a Toxic Air Contaminant Permit er OAR 340 division 216 or OAR 340-245-0100(8) or for an ope rating permit modification und s division, if applicable; 218 using the procedures in thi (G) Use of other exposure locations where DEQ determines, based on documented evidence, that manner allowed by the land use an area is not being used in the zoning at the time the modeling is to be performed, such area should be considered an exposure location based on its actual use; and (H) Other information that may be necessary to estimate air quality concentrati ons and risk at exposure locations; he owner or operator of any (b) For the purpose of any risk assessment undertaken by DEQ, t subsection (a) within 30 days of permitted or unpermitted source must submit the information in Item G 000121 11/15/2018 A‐48 PROPOSED RULES

49 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting of 121 Page 49 the written request from DEQ. D EQ shall use the procedures in O AR 340-245-0030 to review sions requests, and request the information in determining its completeness, consider exten additional information, if needed. (2) Risk assessment work plan requirements. When choosing to co nduct a Level 3 or Level 4 Risk Assessment, the owner or ope a risk assessment work plan that rator of a source must submit red in OAR 340-245-0030. The work plan must be developed must be approved by DEQ as requi lude but is not limited to: in consultation with DEQ and inc ceptual site model identifying nding with development of a con (a) A problem formulation step e TEUs and exposure locations; ntaminant concentrations at models or measures toxic air co (b) An exposure assessment that exposure locations; (c) A risk characterization pres enting a quantitative calculati on of excess cancer, chronic noncancer and acute noncancer healt h risks associated with human exposure to toxic air contaminant emissions from the source; ropriate elements of the risk (d) A quantitative or qualitativ e uncertainty evaluation of app assessment; (e) A Level 4 Risk Assessment must also include a toxicity asse ssment evaluating the nic chronic effects, and nonc carcinogenic effects, noncarcinoge arcinogenic acute effects of toxic determining persistence and air contaminants to which hu man populations may be exposed, and bioaccumulation potential. Sources may not consider Toxicity Re ference Values other than those listed in OAR 340-245-8030 Table 3; and (f) In a Level 4 Risk Assessment , the owner or operator may pro pose modifications to default exposure assumptions, inc luding but not limited to: (A) Exposure times, frequencies, and durations; ility of chemicals; and (B) Relative bioavailab for persistent, and bioaccumula tive and toxic chemicals. (C) Multipathway considerations Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468.065, 468A.025, 468A.040, 468A.050, 468A.070, 468A.155, and Or Laws 2018, ch. 102, § 3. Stats. Implemented: ORS 468.065, 468A.010, 468A.015, 468A.025, 468A.035, 468A.040, 468A.050, 468A.070, 468A.155, and Or Laws 2018, ch. 102, §§ 2 a nd 3. 340-245-0220 TBACT and TLAER Procedures Item G 000122 11/15/2018 A‐49 PROPOSED RULES

50 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page of 121 50 the owner or operator of a (1) If required to meet TBACT or TLAER on any significant TEU, source must perform a TBACT or TLAER analysis. case-by-case TBACT analysis (a) The owner or operator of an existing source must conduct a provided in section (2); under section (3), except as (b) The owner or operator of a new or reconstructed source must conduct a case-by-case TLAER analysis under section (4); (c) The owner or operator must sub mit the TBACT or TLAER analys is to DEQ for approval, and the owner or operator must pay the case-by-case TBACT or TLAER fee, as applicable, specified in OAR 340-216-8030 Table 3 and OAR 340-245-0400; analysis for the TEU (d) A TEU is determined to meet TBACT if DEQ approves the TBACT and the owner or operator has im plemented all operational or source modifications required to schedule included in its meet TBACT, or will implement them on an enforceable compliance Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Addendum or operating permit; and (e) A TEU is determined to meet TLAER if DEQ approves the TLAER analysis for the TEU and the owner or operator has implem ented all operational or source modifications required to meet TLAER upon beginning operation of the new or reconstructed sour ce. (2) Presumptive TBACT. For an e xisting TEU, compliance with emission control requirements, HAP adopted by the EPA after stablished by a major source NES work practices or limitations e 1993 and before April 10, 2018 is deemed to be TBACT, provided that: ments, work practices or limita (a) The emission control require tions result in an actual reduction r the NESHAP; and to the emissions of the hazardous air pollutants regulated unde (b) There are no other toxic air contaminants emitted by the so urce that: (A) Are not controlled by the emission control requirements, wo rk practices or limitations established by a major source NESHAP; and (B) Materially contribut e to public health risks; (c) TEUs that are subject to and comply with OAR 340-244-9000 t hrough 340-244-9090, ugh 340-245-9080, Colored Colored Art Glass Manufacturi ng rules, or OAR 340-245-9000 thro termination is not required , meet TBACT and a case-by-case de Art Glass Manufacturing rules for such TEUs. (3) Case-by-Case TBACT determination. The owner or operator of the TEU must submit a oval. proposed case-by-case TBACT analy sis to DEQ for review and appr (a) TBACT must be a toxic air c ontaminant emissions limitation or emissions control measure nts that is feasible considering: based on the maximum degree of r eduction of toxic air contamina (A) What has been achieved in practice for: Item G 000123 11/15/2018 A‐50 PROPOSED RULES

51 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page of 121 51 air contaminant emissions the source to which the toxic (i) Sources in the same class as RS 468A.050; or ll apply, as classified under O limitation or control measure wi (ii) Processes or emissions simila ns of the source; r to the processes or emissio (B) Energy, health, and environmen tal impacts not related to air quality; and (C) Economic impacts and cost-effe ctiveness, including the costs of changing existing processes or equipment or adding equipment or controls to existing proces ses and equipment; tandard, equipment standard , work practice standard or (b) TBACT may be based on a design s other operational standard, or a combination thereof; and (c) In assessing the cost-effectiv eness of any measure for purposes of determining TBACT for a associated with controlling source, DEQ will assess only the economic impacts and benefits toxic air contaminants. (4) Case-by-Case TLAER determination. The owner or operator of the TEU must submit a proposed case-by-case TLAER analy sis to DEQ for review and appr oval. (a) DEQ will review a case-by-case TLAER analysis and ensure that it is a toxic air contaminant ontrol measure that is the m emissions limitation or emissions c aximum degree of reduction without regard to energy impacts, health a technically feasible nd environmental impacts, or economic impacts; and (b) TLAER is not considered achie vable if the cost of control is so great that a new source could not be built or operated because it was rendered economically infeasible. If some other facility in then such use constitutes the same or a comparable industry uses that control technology, rohibitive. evidence that the cost to the i ndustry of that control is not p (5) Periodic TBACT or TLAER Rev iews. If the owner or operator i s required to meet TBACT or TLAER, the owner or operator must perform and submit periodic T BACT or TLAER reviews in a TBACT or TLAER update report as follows: (a) For all significant TEUs for which the most recent TBACT or TLAER determination tional control measure was concluded that no toxic air conta minant emission limits or addi t renewal; required, submit a TBACT or TLAER review to DEQ with each permi (b) For all significant TEUs that currently meet TBACT or TLAER through toxic air contaminant emission limits or control measures, submit a TBACT or TLAER review when notified by DEQ. If DEQ learns of new technologies, devices or practices that could reduce toxic air contaminant emissions or i mprove on control measures, DEQ will notify the owner or or TLAER review is required an operator in writing that a TBACT d may specify a submittal deadline in the notification; g: (c) The TBACT or TLAER update reports must include the followin Item G 000124 11/15/2018 A‐51 PROPOSED RULES

52 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting of 121 Page 52 (A) A review identifying all new or improved emissions control measures, if any, that can apply currently controlled or not; and the source, whether they are to any of the significant TEUs at ed, a statement whether or not (B) For each new or improved emissions control measure identifi o apply the control measure; the owner or operator intends t (i) If the owner or operator intends to apply the control measure, then the owner or operator must applied; or h the control measure will be provide an estimated date by whic rol method, then the owner or (ii) If the owner or operator does not intend to apply the cont ing at a minimum, a review tion for not applying it, includ operator must provide justifica following the procedures of OAR 340-245-0220(3) or (4); (d) When a new or improved emissions control measure is identif ied under subsection (c), DEQ must review the control measure and any justification provided by the owner or operator for not applying the control measure, a nd will make a preliminary deter mination with regard to whether or not the owner or operator must apply the control measure rator must apply the control ation is that the owner or ope (A) If DEQ’s preliminary determin measure, DEQ shall provide the owner or operator with notice an d opportunity to provide input on a final determination. In making the final determination, DE Q shall take into consideration the following: e of any existing emission control system that would be replaced; (i) The remaining service lif measure to reduce the source risk (ii) The relative effectivene ss of the new or improved control as compared to the risk using the existing control measure; (iii) The cost of installation and operation of the new or impr oved control measure, including the cost of removing any existing control measure; and (iv) Any other factors that D EQ finds are relevant; must apply the control measure, (B) If DEQ’s final determinati on is that the owner or operator then DEQ may: (i) After consultation with the ow e date by which the owner or ner or operator, determine th operator must apply the control measure; and the amount of toxic air (ii) Determine a new Source Risk Limit based on information on l measure and issue a modified Toxic Air Contaminant contaminants removed by the contro Permit Addendum or operating permit. Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468.065, 468A.025, 468A.040, 468A.050, 468A.070, 468A.155, and Or Laws 2018, ch. 102, § 3. 468A.035, 468A.040, Stats. Implemented: ORS 468.065, 468A.010, 468A.015, 468A.025, nd 3. 468A.050, 468A.070, 468A.155, and Or Laws 2018, ch. 102, §§ 2 a Item G 000125 11/15/2018 A‐52 PROPOSED RULES

53 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page of 121 53 340-245-0230 Toxic Air Contaminant Monitoring Requirements xic air contaminant monitoring (1) An owner or operator of a source that chooses to perform to under OAR 340-245-0050 must submit ir Contaminant Permit an application for a Toxic A in consultation with and Addendum and a Toxic Air Contam inant Monitoring Plan, developed approved by DEQ in a Toxic Air Co ntaminant Permit Addendum, bef ore beginning toxic air contaminant monitoring. Toxic ai e conducted for a period of not r contaminant monitoring must b less than 12 months with greater than 75 percent data at least 12 months of valid data with completeness per quarter. (2) Public involvement requirements. DEQ shall work with the owner or operator to develop public information concerning an ap proved Toxic Air Contaminant Monitoring Plan and the timeline for the approved Toxic Ai r Contaminant M onitoring Plan . (3) Toxic air contaminant monitoring requirements. The owner or operator must submit a Toxic 0030 that includ es but is not Air Contaminant Monitoring Plan in accordance with OAR 340-245- limited to: (a) Identification of all toxic ai r contaminants that will be m onitored; oposed monitoring locations; (b) A description of all pr each toxic air contaminant to be (c) A description of the monitori ng and analysis protocols for monitored, including at a minimum: (A) The monitoring equipment and methods to be used for each to xic air contaminant; storage requirements; (B) The sampling methods, including sample handling and custody (C) The frequency of sampling at each monitoring location; the duration of each sample (i.e., the r; length of time in hours that each sample runs), and time of yea (D) Analytical methods and the analytical method detection limi ts and reporting limits to be used for each toxic air contaminant; (E) Quality assurance and qualit and who will be performing these y control measures to be taken measures; and (F) Descriptions of security m equipment; easures to protect the monitoring ine and account for the ambient concentration of each toxic air (d) A description of how to determ results from all causes other contaminant being monitored that than the source under consideration, including natural and unknown causes; Item G 000126 11/15/2018 A‐53 PROPOSED RULES

54 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page of 121 54 ll be performed and the (e) A description of how and where meteorological monitoring wi meteorology equipment used; and ta will be reduced and how often the results will be reported to (f) A description of how the da DEQ. (4) Reporting Requirements. The hat has been issued a Toxic Air owner or operator of a source t Contaminant Permit Addendum or o ir monitoring requirements perating permit that includes a must report to DEQ the following information: er all monitoring data becomes lt reports, no more than 30 days aft (a) Monthly monitoring resu available for the month to which t must include but is not limited to: he data applies. The reports ks and all monthly average risks (A) Ambient toxic air contaminant concentrations, all daily ris cified in the Air Monitoring P from all monitoring locations spe lan; (B) Meteorological data summary; (C) Daily production data; and (D) A description of any exce ss emissions or upset conditions t hat may have affected the concentrations monitored, including conditions outside the ambient toxic air contaminant es, house fires, train derailments, mbient air (i.e., forest fir property boundary that may affect a accidental spills, etc.); (b) An air monitoring final rep ort, no more than 60 calendar da ys after completing all Toxic Air Contaminant Monitoring Plan requirements that also includes a d escription of any process t may affect the results of the changes that have occurred duri ng the air monitoring period tha monitoring. (5) Air monitoring results. (a) Upon completion of the air monitoring, the owner or operato r must submit to DEQ an assessment of risk based on the air monitoring data and other relevant information; (b) For all toxic air contamin ants that are not monitored, or f or which monitoring results were tor must use the modeled concen trations of those toxic air inconclusive, the owner or opera contaminants and add the risk from the modeled concentrations to the risk from the monitored concentrations to arrive at a total risk from the source; and (c) Upon receipt of air monitori under subsections (a) and (b), ng data and assessment of risk DEQ will review the submittal and approve or deny it in accorda nce with the procedures OAR 340-245-0100(4). Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468.065, 468A.025, 468A.040, 468A.050, 468A.070, 468A.155, and Or Laws 2018, ch. 102, § 3. Stats. Implemented: ORS 468.065, 468A.010, 468A.015, 468A.025, 468A.035, 468A.040, 468A.050, 468A.070, 468A.155, and Or Laws 2018, ch. 102, §§ 2 a nd 3. Item G 000127 11/15/2018 A‐54 PROPOSED RULES

55 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 55 Page of 121 340-245-0300 Toxicity Reference Values (1) This rule lists sources of toxicity information that OHA and DEQ consider authoritative in ity information. OHA and DEQ terms of their scientific rigor and methods for producing toxic om the toxicity information oxicity Reference Values fr will recommend adoption and use of T published by the following authoritative sources: trations specified in OAR chapt (a) DEQ Ambient Benchmark Concen er 340, division 246; (b) DEQ and OHA Short-term Guideline Concentrations; (c) EPA Integrated Risk Inform ation System (IRIS) or Office of Superfund Remediation and Technology Innovation (OSRTI); try (ATSDR); and (d) United States Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Regis (e) California’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA). (2) DEQ will calculate Toxicit y Reference Values using one in o ne million as the target excess cancer risk level or a hazard quot ient of one for noncancer Tox icity Reference Values. Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468.065, 468A.025, 468A.040, 468A.050, 468A.070, 468A.155, and Or Laws 2018, ch. 102, § 3. Stats. Implemented: ORS 468.065, 468A.010, 468A.015, 468A.025, 468A.035, 468A.040, 468A.050, 468A.070, 468A.155, and Or Laws 2018, ch. 102, §§ 2 a nd 3. 340-245-0310 and Their Risk-Based Process for Updating Lists of Re gulated Toxic Air Contaminants Concentrations (1) Purpose. s important to have rules for (a) As risk assessment and toxico logical sciences advance, it i Cleaner Air Oregon that allow fo r air quality regulation to con tinue to reflect the latest practices and science. The list of toxic ai ted and their RBCs represent one r contaminants that are regula area where regulations will need regular updating to accommodat e advancing science and practices; (b) These rules include two lis ts of toxic air contaminants: at are for emissions reporting. toxic air contaminants th (A) OAR 340-245-8020 Table 2 contains The primary purpose of OAR 340-2 45-8020 Table 2 is to inform pr ioritization of RBC Item G 000128 11/15/2018 A‐55 PROPOSED RULES

56 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page of 121 56 tatewide toxic air contaminant rent and broad understanding of s development and maintain a cur me. The toxic air contaminants emissions as industries and industrial practices change over ti listed OAR 340-245-8020 Table 2 mu ainty evaluation in a Level 3 st be addressed in the uncert toxic air contaminants in OA or Level 4 Risk Assessment for the R 340-245-8020 Table 2 that do not have RBCs; and toxic air contaminants fo r which TRVs are readily (B) OAR 340-245-8030 Table 3 contains tion as part of air permitting. available and OAR 340-245-8040 Table 4 contains RBCs for regula The purpose of OAR 340-245-8030 Table 3 and OAR 340-245-8040 Ta ble 4 is to ensure that mized. impacts to public health from industrial air emissions are mini (2) OAR 340-245-8020 Table 2, Toxic Air Contaminant Reporting L ist. porting List is comprised of California Air Resources Board’s (a) The Toxic Air Contaminant Re ton’s Table of ASIL, SQER Toxic Air Contaminant Identification List Appendix A-1, Washing and de minimis emission values, Oregon’s Toxics Focus list, and EPA’s Hazardous Air Pollutants list; (b) Every three years starti ng from November 16, 2018, DEQ, in consultation with OHA, will review the four lists in subsect ion (a) for changes and may propose to update the Toxic Air Contaminant Reporting List i n OAR 340-245-8020 Table 2 to captu re changes in any of those four lists over the intervening three years; (c) During the reviews of the T oxic Air Contaminant Reporting L ist, DEQ may also propose to red from past reporting, add or remove toxic air contaminants based on information gathe on, or OHA’s and DEQ’s e not in California or Washingt industry types in Oregon that ar blic health concern in Oregon; knowledge of toxic air contaminants that may be of potential pu and (d) Owners or operators of sour newly listed toxic air ces must report emissions of any odic state-wide emissions inven contaminant during the next peri tory required in OAR 340-245- 0040 following the new listing, or earlier upon request by DEQ. (3) OAR 340-245-8030 Table 3, Toxicity Reference Values and OAR 340-245-8040 Table 4, Risk-Based Concentrations. (a) The list of Risk- Based Concentrations is comprised of all t oxic air contaminants from the Toxic Air Contaminants Reporting List for which OHA and DEQ wer e able to establish RBCs; ting from November 16, 2018, or as necessary, DEQ, in consultation (b) Every three years star eference Values published by air contaminants and Toxicity R with OHA, will review the toxic s over the intervening three the authoritative sources listed in OAR 340-245-0300 for change years. DEQ will propose to: lues and associated Risk-Based (A) Revise Toxicity Reference Va Concentrations for toxic air contaminants listed in OAR 340-245-8030 Table 3 and OAR 340-245 -8040 Table 4, as applicable, if Toxicity Reference Values have been revised by authoritative sources listed in OAR 340-245-0300; Item G 000129 11/15/2018 A‐56 PROPOSED RULES

57 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page of 121 57 340-245-8040 Table 4, as ts to OAR 340-245-8030 Table 3 and (B) Add toxic air contaminan authoritative sources listed in ce Values have been generated by applicable, if Toxicity Referen OAR 340-245-0300 for toxic air cont ntaminant Reporting List in aminants on the Toxic Air Co OAR 340-245-8020 Table 2 from which RBCs can be set; or (C) Remove or revise toxic air contaminants from OAR 340-245-80 30 Table 3 and 340-245- es listed in OAR 340-245-0300 me or all authoritative sourc 8040 Table 4, as applicable, if so have rescinded Toxicity Reference taminant without providing a Values for that toxic air con replacement; (c) DEQ will propose update 0-245-8040 Table 4, as s to OAR 340-245-8030 Table 3 and 34 applicable, through the rulemaking process. (4) Interested parties may submit petitions to DEQ to update th e lists of regulated toxic air contaminants to add or remove toxic air contaminants from OAR 340-245-8020 Table 2, revise a TRV in OAR 340-245-98030 Table 3, or revise an RBC in OAR 340-2 45-8040 Table 4. (a) All petitions must be made in writing and must be received by DEQ at least 18 months before w described in section (2) or (3); the applicable triennial revie (b) A request to add a toxic air contaminant to the Toxic Air Contaminant Reporting List in OAR 340-0245-8020 Table 2 must include evidence that: (A) The chemical is emitted in the state of Oregon at a rate of at least 1 pound per year; and (B) The chemical is toxic; Air Contaminant Reporting List (c) A request to remove a toxic ai r contaminant from the Toxic in OAR 340-245-8020 Table 2, the TRV list in OAR 340-245-8030 Table 3, or the RBC list in e sources listed in OAR 340- OAR 340-245-8040 Table 4 must demonstrate that all authoritativ e Values for that toxic air 245-0300 either do not have or have rescinded Toxicity Referenc contaminant without providing a replacement; 0-245-8030 Table 3 or an RBC (d)(A) A request to revise a Toxicity Reference Value in OAR 34 in OAR 340-245-8040 Table 4 must include either: (i) Inhalation Toxicity Reference Values established by a feder al agency or by another state; or for the toxic air contaminant that (ii) Publicly available and peer -reviewed toxicity information demonstrates a quantitative dose- response relationship in human or animal studies from which Toxicity Reference Valu es could be calculated; ontaminant for which toxicity information is available lies to a toxic air c (B) If the request app tive sources listed in OAR 340-245-0300, then only petitions to from one or more of the authorita e from one of those authoritative sources will be considered; and select a Toxicity Reference Valu ing requested for review has no available toxicity information as (C) If a toxic air contaminant be described in paragraph (A) and is emitted at a rate of at least one pound per year in the state of Item G 000130 11/15/2018 A‐57 PROPOSED RULES

58 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting of 121 Page 58 “Wait List”, to be held there Oregon, then DEQ will put the toxic air contaminant on a formal until toxicity information for that toxic air contaminant becomes available; ons are warranted as a result of a ith OHA, determines that revisi (e) If DEQ, after consultation w ns or removals of toxic air petition, DEQ will propose revisions to TRVs or RBCs or additio ontaminant Reporting List in OAR 340-245-8020 Table 2, the contaminants to the Toxic Air C le 3 or the RBC list in OAR 340 TRV list in OAR 340-245-8030 Tab -245-8040 Table 4 through the rulemaking process; and (f) If DEQ receives a request to remove a toxic air contaminant revise a TRV or RBC or add or from the Toxic Air Contaminant Reporting List in OAR 340-245-8020 Table 2, the TRV list in ble 4 and the request is OAR 340-245-8030 Table 3 or the RBC list in OAR 340-245-8040 Ta view described in section (2) or the applicable triennial re received less than 18 months before (3), the request will be revie wed during the triennial review i n section (3). Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468.065, 468A.025, 468A.040, 468A.050, 468A.070, 468A.155, and Or Laws 2018, ch. 102, § 3. Stats. Implemented: ORS 468.065, 468A.010, 468A.015, 468A.025, 468A.035, 468A.040, 468A.050, 468A.070, 468A.155, and Or Laws 2018, ch. 102, §§ 2 a nd 3. 340-245-0400 Cleaner Air Oregon Fees (1) Any owner or operator that has been issued or applies for a n Oregon Title V Operating al CAO base fees to DEQ as Permit under OAR chapter 340, division 218 must submit the annu specified in OAR 340-220-0050(4). been issued or applies for a Basic, General, Simple or (2) Any owner or operator that has harge Permit under OAR chapter 340 Standard Air Contaminant Disc , division 216 must submit the annual CAO base fee to DEQ as specified in OAR 340-216-8020 Table 2 Part 3. n existing source that must (3) When notified in writing by DEQ, the owner or operator of a perform a risk assessment is r equired to pay the applicable existing source call-in fee in OAR of receiving DEQ notification. 340-216-8030 Table 3 within 30 days (4) Owners or operators of new or reconstructed sources must pay the applicable new source specific activity fees in OAR 340-216-8030 Table 3 with the consulting fee and the applicable permit application. d to apply for a Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Addendum (5) Any owner or operator require leaner Air Oregon Specific Activity Fees specified in OAR must also submit the applicable C 340-216-8030 Table 3 to DEQ in accordance with OAR 340-245-0030 . (a) The fees in OAR 340-216-8030 Table 3 are additive in most cases; Item G 000131 11/15/2018 A‐58 PROPOSED RULES

59 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page of 121 59 ill be due to DEQ per TEU. When r (b) A TBACT/TLAER Review fee w eviewing multiple for multiple similar TEU aive additional TEU review fees similar TEUs, DEQ may elect to w reviews if the TEUs have sim ilar emissions and emission rates; (c) If one TEU requires two diffe rent pollution control devices because it emits different types of rganic compounds), then two toxic air contaminants (e.g., particulate matter and volatile o ill be due and payable to DEQ; TBACT/TLAER Review fees w ally, depending on the situation. additive or charged individu (d) The individual TEU fees can be If an owner or operator is constructing or modifying multiple, identical TEUs, then one TEU cal, then multiple TEU Risk ed. If the TEUs were not identi Risk Assessment fee may be charg Assessment fees will be due and payable to DEQ; (e) A community engagement fee of high, medium, or low for each meeting, will be due to DEQ e needed outreach and based on DEQ’s determination of the complexity and nature of th engagement activities; and mits a source test report for DEQ (f) A source test fee is required when an ow ner or operator sub review under this division. (A) The complex source test review fee is for multiple TEUs and multiple toxic air contaminant test methods; (B) The moderate source test re view fee is for a single TEU and multiple toxic air contaminant test methods; and (C) The simple source test review fee is for a single TEU and a single toxic air contaminant test method. Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468.065, 468A.315, and Or Laws 2018, ch. 102, § 13. 468A.035, 468A.040, Stats. Implemented: ORS 468.065, 468A.010, 468A.015, 468A.025, 468A.050, 468A.070, 468A.155, 468A.315, and Or Laws 2018, ch. 102, §§ 13 and 14. Item G 000132 11/15/2018 A‐59 PROPOSED RULES

60 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting of 121 Page 60 Revised Colored Art Glass Manufacturing Facility Rules [NOTE: These are new rules based 0 through 340-244-9090 on OAR 340-244-9000 through 340-244-9090. Rules OAR 340-244-900 and 340-244-9090 have have been copied here and amended, except that OAR 340-244-9040 edline/strikeout to show the been omitted. Although these are new rules, they are shown in r differences from the origin al rules in OAR 340-244-9000 through 9090.] 0.] es is subject to OAR 340-244-899 [NOTE: Application of these rul 340-245-9000 Facility Rules; Applicability and Jurisdiction Colored Art Glass Manufacturing through 340-245-9080 Notwithstanding OAR chapter 340, division 246, OAR 340-245-9000 the state of Oregon that: apply to all facilities in (1) Manufacture glass from raw materials, or a combination of raw materials and cullet, for: (a) Use in art, architecture, i nterior design and other similar decorative app lications, or (b) Use by glass manufacturers for use in art, architecture, in terior design and other similar decorative app lications; and more of glass using raw mate (2) Manufacture 5 tons per year or rials that contain glassmaking HAPs. s in this division and OAR 340-20 (3) Subject to the requirement 0-0010(3), LRAPA is 5 within its area of designated by the EQC to imp lement OAR 340-245-9000 through 909 jurisdiction. NOTE: This rule was moved verbatim from OAR 340-244-9000 and renumbe red and amended. Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468A.025, & 468A.040 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468A.025, & 468A.040 cert. ef. 4-21-16 thru 10-17-16; Hist.: DEQ 4-2016(Temp), f. & DEQ 10-2016, f. & cert. ef. 10- 3-16, Renumbered from 340-244-9000 340-245-9010 Facility Rules; Definitions Colored Art Glass Manufacturing The definitions in OAR 340-200-00 340-245-9000 through 9095. 20 and this rule apply to OAR definition in this d in this rule and 340-200-0020, the If the same term is define rule applies to this division. Item G 000133 11/15/2018 A‐60 PROPOSED RULES

61 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 61 Page of 121 ss Manufacturer” or “CAGM” means a facility (1) “Colored Art Gla that meets the applicability rator of such a facility when and refers to the owner or ope requirements in OAR 340-245-9000 the context requires. (2) “Chromium III” means chromium in the +3 oxidation state, also known as trivalent chromium. o known as hexavalent (3) “Chromium VI” means chromium in the +6 oxidation state, als chromium. (4) “Chromium”, without a following roman numeral, means total chromium. (5) “Controlled” means the glassmaking furnace emissions are tr eated by an emission control device approved by DEQ. th raw materials and charged to hed glass that, when mixed wi (6) “Cullet” means pieces of finis a glassmaking furnace, is used to produce new glass. Cullet doe s not include frit as defined in subsection (9)(a). Cullet is not c onsidered to be a raw material. (7) “Emission control device” means control device as defined i n OAR chapter 340, division 200. (8) “Finished glass” means the final glass product that results from melting and refining materials in a glassmaking furnace. Finished glass that has been remelted without the addition ill finished glass. of raw materials is st (9) “Frit” means both of the following: ified material that is not made from finished glass, and which (a) Granules of glassified or vitr contains a higher proportion of glassmaking HAP than would be found in a finished glass. The purpose of such material include s, but is not limited to, making powdered glassmaking HAPs safer to handle by combining them with silica or other oxides. (b) Granules of crushed finished glass. hich raw materials are charged (10) “Glassmaking furnace” means a refractory-lined vessel in w and melted at high temperature to produce molten glass. manganese, nickel or (11) “Glassmaking HAP” means ar senic, cadmium, chromium, lead, e pure chemical element, in compounds or mixed with other selenium in any form, such as th materials. (12) “Raw material” means: uring batch and melted in a (a) Substances that are intentionally added to a glass manufact glassmaking furnace to produce glass, including but not limited to: (A) Minerals, such as silica sand, limestone, and dolomite; Item G 000134 11/15/2018 A‐61 PROPOSED RULES

62 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 62 Page of 121 (B) Inorganic chemical compounds, such as soda ash (sodium carb onate), salt cake (sodium sulfate), and potash (potassium carbonate); ad oxide, chromium oxide, hemical elements, such as le (C) Oxides and other compounds of c and sodium antimonate; and (D) Ores of chemical elements, such as chromite and pyrolusite. uents or contaminants of other (b) Glassmaking HAPs that are na turally-occurring trace constit substances are not considered to be raw materials. als that contain glassmaking HA Ps in amounts that materially (c) Raw material includes materi r, texture or bubble content. Such ished product, such as its colo affect the properties of the fin purpose of this definition, frit materials may be powdered, frit, or in some other form. For the as described in subsection (9)(a) is a raw material, but frit a s described in subsection (9)(b) is not a raw material. (d) Cullet and material that is recovered from a glassmaking fu rnace control device for aw materials. recycling into the glass formulation are not considered to be r (13) “Tier 1 CAGM” means a CAGM that produces at least 5 tons p er year, but less than 100 materials that contain glassm tons per year, of glass using raw aking HAPs in glassmaking furnaces that are only electrically heated. (14) “Tier 2 CAGM” means: (a) A CAGM that produces 5 tons p er year or more of glass using raw materials that contain is fuel-heated or combination glassmaking HAPs in glassmaking furnaces, at least one of which fuel- and electrically-heated; or (b) Produces 100 tons per year or more of glass using raw mater ials that contain glassmaking HAPs in any type of glassmaking furnace. (15) “Uncontrolled” means the glassmaking furnace emissions are not treated by an emission control device approved by DEQ. (16) “Week” means Sunday through Saturday. NOTE: This rule was moved verbatim from OAR 340-244-9010 and renumbe red and amended. Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468A.025, & 468A.040 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468A.025, & 468A.040 Hist.: DEQ 4-2016(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 4-21-16 thru 10-17-16; DEQ 10-2016, f. & cert. ef. 10- 3-16, Renumbered from 340-244-9010 Item G 000135 11/15/2018 A‐62 PROPOSED RULES

63 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 63 of 121 340-245-9015 nsions Colored Art Glass Manufacturing Facility Rules; Compliance Exte A Tier 1 CAGM may request, and DEQ may grant, one or more extensions, not to exceed a emission control systems if the nce date for installation of total of 12 months, to the complia CAGM cannot meet the compliance date for reasons beyond its reasonable control. A Tier 1 anted an extension: CAGM that has been gr (1) Is allowed to operate without the emission control device r equired by OAR 340-224-9050 until the required emission control device is installed and ope rational, or the extension expires, whichever is earlier; and (2) Must comply with OAR 340- plicable. 245-9020 and 340-245-9060(1) as ap NOTE: This rule was moved verbatim from OAR 340-244-9015 and renumbe red and amended. Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468A.025, & 468A.040 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468A.025, & 468A.040 -244-9015 Hist.: DEQ 10-2016, f. & cert. ef. 10-3-16, Renumbered from 340 340-245-9020 Colored Art Glass Manufacturing Facility Rules; Permit Required if located within the Port (1) Not later than December 1, 2016, land AQMA, and not later than not otherwise subject to a April 1, 2017, if located outside the Portland AQMA, all CAGMs 6-8020 Table 2, Part B, permitting requirement must apply for a permit under OAR 340-21 category #84. permit on or before the required (2) A CAGM that applies for a date is not in violation of OAR 340-216-0020(3). (3) CAGMs constructed after September 1, 2016 must obtain a permit prior to construction. red. This rule was moved verbatim from OAR 340-244-9020 and renumbe NOTE: Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468A.025, & 468A.040 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468A.025, & 468A.040 Hist.: DEQ 4-2016(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 4-21-16 thru 10-17-16; DEQ 10-2016, f. & cert. ef. 10- 3-16, Renumbered from 340-244-9020 340-245-9030 Item G 000136 11/15/2018 A‐63 PROPOSED RULES

64 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 64 Page of 121 Colored Art Glass Manufacturing Facility Rules; Requirements That Apply To Tier 2 CAGMs aw materials containing he Portland AQMA may not use r (1) Tier 2 CAGMs located within t glassmaking furnaces that arsenic, cadmium, chromium, lead, manganese or nickel except in use an emission control device that meets the requirements of OAR 340-245-9070. Portland AQMA may not use (2) Effective January 1, 2017, Tier 2 CAGMs located within the raw materials containing seleni um except in glassmaking furnace s that use an emission control device that meets the requi rements of OAR 340-245-9070. (3) Tier 2 CAGMs located outside the Portland AQMA may not use raw materials containing that use an emission control arsenic, cadmium or chromium VI except in glassmaking furnaces rements of OAR 340-245-9070. device that meets the requi (4) Effective April 1, 2017, Tie r 2 CAGMs located outside the P ortland AQMA may not use raw materials containing chromi um, lead, manganese, nickel or s elenium except in glassmaking l device that meets the requirements of OAR 340-245- furnaces that use an emission contro 9070. NOTE: This rule was moved verbatim from OAR 340-244-9030 and renumbe red and amended. Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468A.025, & 468A.040 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468A.025, & 468A.040 DEQ 10-2016, f. & cert. ef. 10- Hist.: DEQ 4-2016(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 4-21-16 thru 10-17-16; 3-16, Renumbered from 340-244-9030 NOTE: OAR 340-244-9040 was not moved to this division. This not e to be deleted in the version that goes to the Secretary of State. 340-245-9050 Colored Art Glass Manufacturing Facility Rules; Requirements That Apply To Tier 1 CAGMs nd AQMA, and April 1, 2017, if (1) No later than October 1, 2016, if located within the Portla located outside the Portland AQMA, with subsection (a) or each Tier 1 CAGM must comply (b) for each glassmaking furnace or group of glassmaking furnaces that use raw material l: ium, lead, manganese or nicke containing arsenic, cadmium, chrom (a) Install an emission control device that meets the emission control device requirements in OAR 340-245-9070; or Item G 000137 11/15/2018 A‐64 PROPOSED RULES

65 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 65 of 121 (b) Request a permit condition that prohibits the use of arseni c, cadmium, chromium, lead, manganese or nickel in the glassmaking furnace or group of glas smaking furnaces, and comply with that condition. nd AQMA, and April 1, 2017, if (2) No later than January 1, 2017, if located within the Portla each Tier 1 CAGM must comply located outside the Portland AQMA, with subsection (a) or (b) for each glassmaking furnace or group of glassmaking furnaces that use raw material containing selenium: (a) Install an emission control device that meets the emission control device requirements in OAR 340-245-9070; or prohibits the use of seleni um in the glassmaking furnace or (b) Request a permit condition that group of glassmaking furnaces, and comply with that condition. NOTE: This rule was moved verbatim from OAR 340-244-9050 and renumbe red and amended. Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468A.025, & 468A.040 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468A.025, & 468A.040 cert. ef. 4-21-16 thru 10-17-16; DEQ 10-2016, f. & cert. ef. 10- Hist.: DEQ 4-2016(Temp), f. & 3-16, Renumbered from 340-244-9050 340-245-9060 Colored Art Glass Manufacturing Facility Rules; Operating Restr ictions That Apply To Tier 1 CAGMs materials that contain chromium VI in any uncontrolled (1) Tier 1 CAGMs may not use raw glassmaking furnace. d on the raw materials that m (2) Tier 1 CAGMs are not restricte ay be used in glassmaking furnaces that are controlled by an emission control device approved by DEQ. NOTE: red. This rule was moved verbatim from OAR 340-244-9060 and renumbe Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468A.025, & 468A.040 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468A.025, & 468A.040 DEQ 10-2016, f. & cert. ef. 10- Hist.: DEQ 4-2016(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 4-21-16 thru 10-17-16; 3-16, Renumbered from 340-244-9060 340-245-9070 l Device Requirements Colored Art Glass Manufacturing Facility Rules; Emission Contro Item G 000138 11/15/2018 A‐65 PROPOSED RULES

66 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 66 Page of 121 (1) CAGMs must comply with the requirements in subsection (a) or (b), as applicable, for each emission control device used t o comply with this rule. ragraphs (A), (B) or (C): (a) Tier 1 CAGMs must comply with one of the requirements in pa onstrate that the emission tion (3) and dem quired under sec (A) Conduct a source test as re control device does not emit par ticulate matter in excess of 0. 005 grains per dry standard cubic foot as measured by EPA Method 5 or an equivalent method approv ed by DEQ. (B) If the emission control system is a fabric filter (baghouse ), install a bag leak detection system that meets the requirements of section (4). (C) If the emission control system is a fabric filter (baghouse), install an afterfilter that meets the requirements of section (5). (b) Tier 2 CAGMs must: (A) Conduct a source test as re quired under sec tion (3) and dem onstrate that the emission control device does not emit par ticulate matter in excess of 0. 005 grains per dry standard cubic ed by DEQ; and foot as measured by EPA Method 5 or an equivalent method approv (B) If a fabric filte leak detection system that meets the r (baghouse) is used, install either a bag quirements of section (5). requirements of section (4) or an afterfilter that meets the re (2) Emission control device requirements: (a) A CAGM must obtain DEQ approval of the design of all emission control devices before installation, as provided in this rule. (b) A CAGM must submit a Notice of Intent to Construct as requi red by OAR 340-210-0205 through 340-210-0250 no later than 15 days before the date installation begins. If DEQ does not deny or approve the Notice of Intent to Construct within 10 days after receiving the Notice, the Notice will be deemed to be approved. (c) Emission control devices may control emissions from more than one glassmaking furnace. owing monitoring equipment: (d) Each emission control device m ust be equipped with the foll (A) An inlet temperatu re monitoring device; onitoring device if the emission control device is a baghouse; and (B) A differential pressure m devices specified in DEQ’s approval of the Notice of Intent (C) Any other monitoring device or to Construct. (e) Each emission control device m ust be equipped with inlet ducting that provides the following: Item G 000139 11/15/2018 A‐66 PROPOSED RULES

67 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page of 121 67 imum design inlet temperature (A) Sufficient cooling of exhaust gases to no more than the max under worst-case conditions; and duct diameter, sample ports, ons testing, including sufficient (B) Provision for inlet emissi , and access for testing. undisturbed flow conditions ucting that provides for outlet (f) Each emission control device must be equipped with outlet d emissions testing, including suffi cient duct diameter, sample p orts, undisturbed flow conditions, and access for testing. the CAGM must monitor the (g) After commencing operation of any emission control device, emission control device as r equired by OAR 340-245-9080. (3) If source testing is conducte d under section (1), the CAGM must perform the following source testing on at least one emission control device. (a) Within 60 days of commencing operation of the emission cont rol devices, test control device outlet for particulat e matter using DEQ Method 5 or equi valent method; to be tested must be approved b (b) The emission control device y DEQ; e conducting the source test; and (c) A source test plan must be submitted at least 30 days befor (d) The source test plan must be approved by DEQ before conduct ing the source test. 1), the requirements for the bag (4) If a bag leak dete ction system is insta lled under section ( leak detection system are: tem must be installed and operational as soon as possible but not (a) The bag leak detection sys more than 90 days after the ba ghouse becomes operational or 90 days after the effective date of the rule, whichever is later. (b) Each bag leak detection syste m must meet the specifications and requirements in paragraphs (A) through (H). (A) The bag leak detection system must be certified by the manu facturer to be capable of standard cubic meter (0.00044 detecting PM emissions at concentrations of 1 milligram per dry grains per actual cubic foot) or less. (B) The bag leak detection syste m sensor must provide output of relative PM loadings. The ly record the output from the bag leak detection system owner or operator must continuous s (e.g., using a strip chart reco using electronic or other mean rder or a data logger). (C) The bag leak detection system must be equipped with an alar m system that will sound when over the alarm set point established the system detects an increase in relative particulate loading that it can be heard by the according to paragraph (D), and the alarm must be located such appropriate plant personnel. Item G 000140 11/15/2018 A‐67 PROPOSED RULES

68 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting of 121 Page 68 (D) In the initial adjustment the CAGM must establish, at a of the bag leak detection system, e) and the averaging period of djusting the sensitivity (rang minimum, the baseline output by a the device, the alarm set points, and the alarm delay time. veraging period, alarm set (E) Following initial adjustment, the CAGM may not adjust the a point, or alarm delay time without approval from DEQ except as provided in paragraph (F). e bag leak detection system to (F) Once per quarter, the CAGM may adjust the sensitivity of th y, according to the procedures account for seasonal effects, including temperature and humidit 340-224-9080(4). fic monitoring plan required by OAR identified in the site-speci g leak detection s ensor downstream of the fabric filter. (G) The CAGM must install the ba (H) Where multiple bag leak detectors are required, the system' s instrumentation and alarm may be shared among detectors. (5) If an afterfilter is installed under section (1), the requi rements for the afterfilter are: s possible but not more than 120 (a) The afterfilter must be installed and operational as soon a days after the baghouse becomes operational or 120 days after the effective date of the rule, whichever is later; e fabric filter (baghouse); and (b) The afterfilter must filter the entire exhaust flow from th (c) The afterfilter must be equipped with: of 17 (MERV 17) or higher (A) HEPA filters that have a Min imum Efficiency Reporting Value per American National Standards Institute (ANSI) Standard 52.2; and (B) A differential pre ssure monitoring device. NOTE: This rule was moved verbatim from OAR 340-244-9070 and renumbe red and amended. Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468A.025, & 468A.040 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468A.025, & 468A.040 DEQ 6-2016(Temp), f. & cert. Hist.: DEQ 4-2016(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 4-21-16 thru 10-17-16; ef. 5-6-16 thru 10-17-16; DEQ 10- Renumbered from 340-244- 2016, f. & cert. ef. 10-3-16, 9070 340-245-9080 l Device Monitoring Colored Art Glass Manufacturing Facility Rules; Emission Contro (1) Each Tier 1 CAGM must perform the following monitoring on e ach emission control device it uses to comply with this rule: Item G 000141 11/15/2018 A‐68 PROPOSED RULES

69 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting of 121 Page 69 (a) At least once each week, obser rature and the fabric filter ve and record the inlet tempe ressure (as applicable); and and afterfilter differential p (baghouse) differential pressure (b) At least once every 12 months: r leakage; mission control device housing fo (A) Inspect the ductwork and e uctural integrity and, if a fabric e emission control device for str (B) Inspect the interior of th bric filter; and filter (baghouse) is used, to determine the condition of the fa (C) Record the date, time and results of the inspection. ach emission control device (2) Each Tier 2 CAGM must perform the following monitoring on e used to comply with this rule: and record the inlet temper ature and the fabric filter (a) At least once each day, observe (baghouse) differential pressure and afterfilter differential p ressure (as applicable); and (b) At least once every 12 months: (A) Inspect the ductwork and e mission control device housing fo r leakage; e emission control device for str (B) Inspect the interior of th uctural integrity and, and if a fabric filter (baghouse) is used, to determine the condition of the fa bric filter; and (C) Record the date, time and results of the inspection. (3) CAGMs must observe and record any parameters specified in a DEQ approval of the Notice of Intent to Construct appli cable to a control device. op and submit to DEQ for (4) If a bag leak dete ction system is used, the CAGM must devel approval a site-speci fic monitoring plan f or each bag leak detection system. The CAGM must operate and maintain the bag leak detection system according to the site-specific monitoring plan at all times. E ach monitoring plan must describe the items in subsections (a) through (f). (a) Installation of the ba g leak detection system; (b) Initial and periodic adjustment of t ystem, including how the alarm he bag leak detection s set-point will be established; (c) Operation of the bag leak de tection system, including quali ty assurance procedures; (d) How the bag leak detection system will be maintained, including a routine maintenance s inventory list; schedule and spare part system output will be recorded and stored; and (e) How the bag leak detection s specified in section (5). In approving the site-specific (f) Corrective action procedures a hours to alleviate a monitoring plan, DEQ may allow owners and operators more than 3 Item G 000142 11/15/2018 A‐69 PROPOSED RULES

70 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting of 121 Page 70 he monitoring plan n alarm if the owner or operato specific condition that causes a r identifies in t this specific condition as one that could lead to an alarm, adequately explains why it is not feasible to alleviate this c ondition within 3 hours of the time the alarm occurs, and demonstrates that the requested time will ensure alleviation of this condition as expeditiously as practicable. (5) For each bag leak de tection system, the CAGM must initiate procedures to determine the f the alarm. Except as prov ided in subsection (4)(f), the cause of every alarm within 1 hour o e alarm by taking all necessary of the alarm within 3 hours of th CAGM must alleviate the cause limited to the following: corrective actions. Corrective actions may include, but are not bags or filter media, or any other (a) Inspecting the fabric filter for air leaks, torn or broken condition that may cause an increase in PM emissions; (b) Sealing off defectiv e bags or filter media; (c) Replacing defective bags or f ilter media or otherwise repai ring the control device; (d) Sealing off a defective fabric filter compartment; epairing the bag leak detection (e) Cleaning the bag leak detec tion system probe or otherwise r system; and (f) Shutting down the process producing the PM emissions. (6) For each bag leak detection system, the CAGM must keep the following records: (a) Records of the bag lea k detection system output; the date and time of the (b) Records of bag leak detection system adjustments, including k detection system settings, and the final bag leak detection adjustment, the initial bag lea system settings; and (c) The date and time of all bag leak detection system alarms, the time that procedures to he alarm, an explanation of the determine the cause of the alarm were initiated, the cause of t actions taken, the date and time the cause of the alarm was all eviated, and whether the alarm was alleviated within 3 hours of the alarm. NOTE: red. This rule was moved verbatim from OAR 340-244-9080 and renumbe Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468A.025, & 468A.040 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468A.025, & 468A.040 DEQ 10-2016, f. & cert. ef. 10- cert. ef. 4-21-16 thru 10-17-16; Hist.: DEQ 4-2016(Temp), f. & 3-16, Renumbered from 340-244-9080 to this division. This not NOTE: OAR 340-244-9090 was not moved e to be deleted in the version that goes to the Secretary of State. Item G 000143 11/15/2018 A‐70 PROPOSED RULES

71 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page of 121 71 OAR 340-245-8010 Table 1 Risk Action Levels OAR 340-245-8010 Table 1 Risk Action Levels † Noncancer Hazard Excess Cancer Applicability Risk Action Level Risk per Million Index 0.1 0.5 Aggregate TEU Level 0.5 Source Permit Level 0.5 New and 5 1 Community Engagement Level Reconstructed Source 1 TLAER Level 10 1 25 Permit Denial Level 0.1 2.5 Aggregate TEU Level Source Permit Level 5 0.5 Community Engagement Level 25 1 Existing Source TBACT Level 50 5 Risk Reduction Level 200 10 20 500 Immediate Curtailment Level Footnotes for OAR 340-245-8010 Table 1: table is considered compliant with the Risk Action Level. †Facility risk that is equal to or less than the values in the Risk Action Levels are considered consistent with benchmarks in r 102 (Senate Bill (SB) Oregon Laws 2018, chapte 1541 (2018)). , 468A.070, 468A.155 Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468.065, 468A.025, 468A.040, 468A.050 468A.035, 468A.040, Stats. Implemented: ORS 468.065, 468A.010, 468A.015, 468A.025, 468A.050, 468A.070, and 468A.155 Item G 000144 11/15/2018 1 PROPOSED RULES

72 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page of 121 72 340-245-8020 Table 2 Air Toxics Reporting List OAR 340-245-8020 Table 2 Toxic Air Contaminant Reporting List a Chemical Name CAS# Acetaldehyde 75-07-0 Acetamide 60-35-5 Acetone 67-64-1 Acetonitrile 75-05-8 Acetophenone 98-86-2 Acrolein 107-02-8 Acrylamide 79-06-1 Acrylic acid 79-10-7 Acrylonitrile 107-13-1 50-76-0 Actinomycin D 1596-84-5 Alar Aldrin 309-00-2 Allyl chloride 107-05-1 b Aluminum and compounds 7429-90-5 Aluminum oxide (fibrous forms) 1344-28-1 -Aminoazotoluene 97-56-3 ortho 6109-97-3 3-Amino-9-ethyl carbazole hydrochloride 68006-83-7 2-Amino-3-methyl -9H pyrido[2,3-b]indole 82-28-0 1-Amino-2-methylanthraquinone 76180-96-6 2-Amino-3-methylimidazo-[4,5-f]quinoline 2-Amino-5-(5-Nitro- 712-68-5 2-Furyl)-1,3,4-Thiadiazol 26148-68-5 9h-pyrido[2,3-b]indole) A-alpha-c(2-amino- 4-Aminobiphenyl 92-67-1 Amitrole 61-82-5 Ammonia 7664-41-7 Ammonium bisulfate 7803-63-6 Ammonium nitrate 6484-52-2 Ammonium sulfate 7783-20-2 Aniline 62-53-3 -Anisidine o 90-04-0 Item G 000145 11/15/2018 2 PROPOSED RULES

73 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 73 of 121 OAR 340-245-8020 Table 2 Toxic Air Contaminant Reporting List a Chemical Name CAS# o -Anisidine hydrochloride 134-29-2 b Antimony and compounds 7440-36-0 Antimony trioxide 1309-64-4 Aramite 140-57-8 b Arsenic and compounds 7440-38-2 Arsine 7784-42-1 Asbestos 1332-21-4 492-80-8 Auramine 115-02-6 Azaserine 446-86-6 Azathioprine Tris 52-24-4 -(1-Aziridinyl)phosphine sulfide 103-33-3 Azobenzene b Barium and compounds 7440-39-3 Benzene 71-43-2 Benzidine (and its salts) 92-87-5 Benzofuran 271-89-6 Benzoic trichloride (Benzotrichloride) 98-07-7 Benzoyl chloride 98-88-4 Benzoyl peroxide 94-36-0 Benzyl chloride 100-44-7 Benzyl Violet 4B 1694-09-3 b Beryllium and compounds 7440-41-7 1304-56-9 Beryllium Oxide Beryllium Sulfate 13510-49-1 Biphenyl 92-52-4 (2-chloroethyl) ether (DCEE) Bis 111-44-4 (chloromethyl) ether Bis 542-88-1 Bis (2-ethylhexyl) adipate 103-23-1 (2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP) Bis 117-81-7 b Bromine and compounds 7726-95-6 Bromine pentafluoride 7789-30-2 Bromodichloromethane 75-27-4 Bromoform 75-25-2 Bromomethane (Methyl bromide) 74-83-9 Item G 000146 11/15/2018 3 PROPOSED RULES

74 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 74 of 121 OAR 340-245-8020 Table 2 Toxic Air Contaminant Reporting List a Chemical Name CAS# n -propyl bromide) 1-Bromopropane ( 106-94-5 126-72-7 Tris (2,3-dibromopropyl)phosphate 1,3-Butadiene 106-99-0 2-Butanone (Methyl ethyl ketone) 78-93-3 -Butyl acetate t 540-88-5 Butyl acrylate 141-32-2 -Butyl alcohol n 71-36-3 -Butyl alcohol sec 78-92-2 tert -Butyl alcohol 75-65-0 Butyl benzyl phthalate 85-68-7 25013-16-5 Butylated hydroxyanisole -Butyrolactone 3068-88-0 beta b Cadmium and compounds 7440-43-9 Calcium cyanamide 156-62-7 Caprolactam 105-60-2 Captafol 2425-06-1 Captan 133-06-2 Carbon black extracts Carbon disulfide 75-15-0 Carbon tetrachloride 56-23-5 Carbonyl sulfide 463-58-1 Carrageenan (degraded) 9000-07-1 Catechol 120-80-9 Ceramic fibers Chloramben 133-90-4 305-03-3 Chlorambucil Chlordane 57-74-9 143-50-0 Chlordecone 115-28-6 Chlorendic Acid , CFC-113) Chlorinated fluorocarbon (1,1,2-Tr ichloro-1,2,2-trifluoroethane 76-13-1 Chlorinated paraffins 108171-26-2 Chlorine 7782-50-5 Chlorine dioxide 10049-04-4 Chloroacetic acid 79-11-8 Item G 000147 11/15/2018 4 PROPOSED RULES

75 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page of 121 75 OAR 340-245-8020 Table 2 Toxic Air Contaminant Reporting List a Chemical Name CAS# 2-Chloroacetophenone 532-27-4 85535-84-8 Chloroalkanes C10- 13 (Chlorinated paraffins) p -Chloroaniline 106-47-8 Chlorobenzene 108-90-7 Chlorobenzilate (Ethyl-4 ,4'-dichlorobenzilate) 510-15-6 75-68-3 1-Chloro-1,1-difluoroethane Chlorodifluoromethane (Freon 22) 75-45-6 Chloroethane (Ethyl chloride) 75-00-3 Chloroform 67-66-3 Chloromethane (Methyl chloride) 74-87-3 Chloromethyl methyl ether (technical grade) 107-30-2 3-Chloro-2-methyl-1-propene 563-47-3 2-Chlorophenol 95-57-8 4-Chloro- o -phenylenediamine 95-83-0 Chloropicrin 76-06-2 Chloroprene 126-99-8 Chlorothalonil 1897-45-6 -toluidine o -Chloro- p 95-69-2 Chlorozotocin 54749-90-5 Chromic(VI) Acid 7738-94-5 e and dichromate particulate Chromium VI, chromat 18540-29-9 Chromium VI, chromic acid aerosol mist 18540-29-9 569-61-9 C.I. Basic Red 9 Monohydrochloride 87-29-6 Cinnamyl anthranilate b Cobalt and compounds 7440-48-4 Coke Oven Emissions b Copper and compounds 7440-50-8 Creosotes -Cresidine p 120-71-8 -cresol, p -cresol Cresols (mixture), including m -cresol, o 1319-77-3 m 108-39-4 -Cresol -Cresol 95-48-7 o -Cresol p 106-44-5 Crotonaldehyde 4170-30-3 Item G 000148 11/15/2018 5 PROPOSED RULES

76 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 76 of 121 OAR 340-245-8020 Table 2 Toxic Air Contaminant Reporting List a Chemical Name CAS# Cumene hydroperoxide 80-15-9 Cupferron 135-20-6 Cyanide, hydrogen 74-90-8 Cyclohexane 110-82-7 Cyclohexanol 108-93-0 Cycloheximide 66-81-9 Cyclophosphamide (anhydrous) 50-18-0 Cyclophosphamide (hydrated) 6055-19-2 5160-02-1 D & C Red No. 9 4342-03-4 Dacarbazine 117-10-2 Dantron 4,4'-DDD (4,4'-dichlor 72-54-8 odiphenyldichloroethane) odiphenyldichloroethane) 53-19-0 2,4'-DDD (2,4'-dichlor 3547-04-4 DDE (1-chloro-4-[1-(4 -chlorophenyl)ethyl]benzene) 3424-82-6 odiphenyldichloroethene) 2,4'-DDE (2,4'-dichlor odiphenyldichloroethene) 4,4'-DDE (4,4'-dichlor 72-55-9 2,4'-DDT (2,4'-dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane) 789-02-6 DDT 50-29-3 2,4-Diaminoanisole 615-05-4 2,4-Diaminoanisole sulfate 39156-41-7 101-80-4 4,4'-Diaminodiphenyl ether 2,4-Diaminotoluene (2,4-Toluene diamine) 95-80-7 Diazomethane 334-88-3 333-41-5 Diazinon Dibenzofuran 132-64-9 124-48-1 Dibromochloromethane 1,2-Dibromo-3-chloropropane (DBCP) 96-12-8 2,3-Dibromo-1-propanol 96-13-9 Dibutyl phthalate 84-74-2 1,2-Dichlorobenzene 95-50-1 1,3-Dichlorobenzene 541-73-1 -Dichlorobenzene (1,4 -Dichlorobenzene) p 106-46-7 3,3'-Dichlorobenzidine 91-94-1 Dichlorodifluoromethane (Freon 12) 75-71-8 Item G 000149 11/15/2018 6 PROPOSED RULES

77 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page of 121 77 OAR 340-245-8020 Table 2 Toxic Air Contaminant Reporting List a Chemical Name CAS# Dichlorofluoromethane (Freon 21) 75-43-4 1,1-Dichloroethane (Ethylidene dichloride) 75-34-3 trans -1,2-dichloroethene 156-60-5 Dichloromethane (Methylene chloride) 75-09-2 2,4-Dichlorophenol 120-83-2 Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid, sa lts and esters (2,4-D) 94-75-7 1,2-Dichloropropane (Propylene dichloride) 78-87-5 1,3-Dichloropropene 542-75-6 Dichlorovos (DDVP) 62-73-7 Dicofol 115-32-2 Di-cyclohexy 84-61-7 l phthalate (DCHP) 60-57-1 Dieldrin Diesel Particulate Matter Diethanolamine 111-42-2 Diethylene glycol 111-46-6 Diethylene glycol dimethyl ether 111-96-6 Diethylene glycol monobutyl ether 112-34-5 Diethylene glycol monoethyl ether 111-90-0 Diethylene glycol monomethyl ether 111-77-3 Diethylphthalate 84-66-2 Diethyl sulfate 64-67-5 N , N - (DEET) Diethyltoluamide, 134-62-3 75-37-6 1,1-Difluoroethane Diglycidyl r 101-90-6 esorcinol ether Dihydrosafrole 94-58-6 3,3'-Dimethoxybenzidine 119-90-4 4-Dimethylaminoazobenzene 60-11-7 N -Dimethylaniline , N 121-69-7 -Tolidine) 3,3'-Dimethylbenzidine ( o 119-93-7 Dimethyl carbamoyl chloride 79-44-7 Dimethyl formamide 68-12-2 1,1-Dimethylhydrazine 57-14-7 Dimethyl phthalate 131-11-3 Dimethyl sulfate 77-78-1 Item G 000150 11/15/2018 7 PROPOSED RULES

78 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 78 of 121 OAR 340-245-8020 Table 2 Toxic Air Contaminant Reporting List a Chemical Name CAS# Dimethylvinylchloride 513-37-1 4,6-Dinitro-o-cresol (and salts) 534-52-1 2,4-Dinitrophenol 51-28-5 2,4-Dinitrotoluene 121-14-2 2,6-Dinitrotoluene 606-20-2 1,4-Dioxane 123-91-1 Diphenylhydantoin 630-93-3 1,2-Diphenylhydrazine (Hydrazobenzene) 122-66-7 Dipropylene glycol 25265-71-8 Dipropylene glycol monomethyl ether 34590-94-8 Direct Black 38 1937-37-7 Direct Blue 6 2602-46-2 Direct Brown 95 (technical grade) 16071-86-6 2475-45-8 Disperse Blue 1 298-04-4 Disulfoton Epichlorohydrin 106-89-8 1,2-Epoxybutane 106-88-7 Epoxy resins Erionite 12510-42-8 Ethyl acrylate 140-88-5 Ethyl benzene 100-41-4 Ethylene 74-85-1 Ethylene dibromide (EDB, 1,2-Dibromoethane) 106-93-4 Ethylene dichloride (ED C, 1,2-Dichloroethane) 107-06-2 Ethylene glycol 107-21-1 Ethylene glycol diethyl ether 629-14-1 Ethylene glycol dimethyl ether 110-71-4 Ethylene glycol monobutyl ether 111-76-2 Ethylene glycol monoethyl ether 110-80-5 Ethylene glycol monoethyl ether acetate 111-15-9 Ethylene glycol monomethyl ether 109-86-4 thyl ether acetate Ethylene glycol monome 110-49-6 Ethylene glycol monopropyl ether 2807-30-9 Ethyleneimine (Aziridine) 151-56-4 Item G 000151 11/15/2018 8 PROPOSED RULES

79 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 79 of 121 OAR 340-245-8020 Table 2 Toxic Air Contaminant Reporting List a Chemical Name CAS# Ethylene oxide 75-21-8 Ethylene thiourea 96-45-7 10028-22-5 Ferric Sulfate Fluorides Fluorine gas 7782-41-4 Formaldehyde 50-00-0 Furan 110-00-9 Furmecyclox 60568-05-0 3688-53-7 Furylfuramide Glasswool fibers Glutaraldehyde 111-30-8 Glu-P-1 67730-11-4 67730-10-3 Glu-P-2 Gyromitrin 16568-02-8 2784-94-3 HC Blue 1 Heptachlor 76-44-8 Heptachlor epoxide 1024-57-3 Hexachlorobenzene 118-74-1 Hexachlorobutadiene 87-68-3 not limited to: Hexachlorocyclohexanes (mixture) including but 608-73-1 alpha- Hexachlorocyclohexane 319-84-6 beta- Hexachlorocyclohexane 319-85-7 -Hexachlorocyclohexane (Lindane) gamma 58-89-9 Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 77-47-4 Hexachloroethane 67-72-1 Hexamethylphosphoramide 680-31-9 Hexamethylene-1,6-diisocyanate 822-06-0 Hexane 110-54-3 Hydrazine 302-01-2 10034-93-2 Hydrazine sulfate Hydrochloric acid 7647-01-0 Hydrogen bromide 10035-10-6 Hydrogen fluoride 7664-39-3 Hydrogen sulfide 7783-06-4 Item G 000152 11/15/2018 9 PROPOSED RULES

80 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page of 121 80 OAR 340-245-8020 Table 2 Toxic Air Contaminant Reporting List a Chemical Name CAS# Hydroquinone 123-31-9 Iodine-131 24267-56-9 Iron pentacarbonyl 13463-40-6 Isophorone 78-59-1 Isoprene, except from vegetative emission sources 78-79-5 Isopropyl alcohol 67-63-0 Isopropylbenzene (Cumene) 98-82-8 4,4'-Isopropylidenediphenol 80-05-7 Lasiocarpine 303-34-4 b Lead and compounds 7439-92-1 18454-12-1 Lead chromate oxide Maleic anhydride 108-31-6 b Manganese and compounds 7439-96-5 148-82-3 Melphalan Melphalan HCl 3223-07-2 b Mercury and compounds 7439-97-6 627-44-1 Diethylmercury Dimethylmercury 593-74-8 Methylmercury 22967-92-6 Methanol 67-56-1 Methoxychlor 72-43-5 ,3,4- -[2-(5-nitro-2-furyl)-vinyl]-1 -2[(dimethylamino)-methylimino]-5 Trans 55738-54-0 oxadiazole 4,4'-Methylene bis (2-chloroaniline) (MOCA) 101-14-4 4,4'-Methylenedianiline (and its dichloride) 101-77-9 4,4-Methylenedia 13552-44-8 niline dihydrochloride bis 4,4-Methylene 838-88-0 (2-methylaniline) 101-61-1 '-dimethyl)aniline ( N , 4,4'-Methylene bis N Methylene diphenyl diisocyanate (MDI) 101-68-8 Methyl hydrazine 60-34-4 1,2-Dimethylhydrazine 540-73-8 Methyl iodide (Iodomethane) 74-88-4 tone (MIBK, Hexone) Methyl isobutyl ke 108-10-1 Methyl isocyanate 624-83-9 G 000153 Item PROPOSED RULES 10 11/15/2018

81 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 81 of 121 OAR 340-245-8020 Table 2 Toxic Air Contaminant Reporting List a Chemical Name CAS# 2-Methyllactonitrile (Acetone cyanohydrin) 75-86-5 Methyl methacrylate 80-62-6 Methyl Methanesulfonate 66-27-3 2-Methyl-1-nitroanthraquinone 129-15-7 N -nitro- N -Methyl- N 70-25-7 -nitrosoguanidine 1-Methylphenanthrene 832-69-9 2381-21-7 1-Methylpyrene 2-Methylpyridine 109-06-8 -butyl ether Methyl tert 1634-04-4 56-04-2 Methylthiouracil Michler's ketone 90-94-8 acilities manufacturing or proces Mineral fiber emissions from f sing glass, rock, meter 1 micrometer derived fibers) of average dia or slag fibers (or other mineral or less. Mineral fibers (fine mineral fibers which are man-made, and are airborne , less than or equal particles of a respirable size greater than 5 microns in length to 3.5 microns in diameter, with a length to diameter ratio of 3:1) 2385-85-5 Mirex Mitomycin C 50-07-7 Molybdenum trioxide 1313-27-5 Monocrotaline 315-22-0 2-Naphthylamine 91-59-8 Naphthalene 91-20-3 b Nickel and compounds 7440-02-0 Nickel compounds, insoluble Nickel metal 7440-02-0 Nickel oxide 1313-99-1 Nickel subsulfide 12035-72-2 Nickel sulfide 11113-75-0 Nickel compounds, soluble Nickel acetate 373-02-4 Nickel carbonate 3333-67-3 Nickel carbonate hydroxide 12607-70-4 Nickel carbonyl 13463-39-3 Item G 000154 11/15/2018 11 PROPOSED RULES

82 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 82 of 121 OAR 340-245-8020 Table 2 Toxic Air Contaminant Reporting List a Chemical Name CAS# Nickel chloride 7718-54-9 Nickel hydroxide 12054-48-7 Nickel sulfate 7786-81-4 Nickel sulfate hexahydrate 10101-97-0 Nickel nitrate hexahydrate 13478-00-7 Nickelocene 1271-28-9 3570-75-0 Nifurthiazole Nitric acid 7697-37-2 Nitrilotriacetic acid 139-13-9 d, trisodium salt monohydrate Nitrilotriacetic aci 18662-53-8 99-59-2 5-Nitro- o -Anisidine Nitrobenzene 98-95-3 4-Nitrobiphenyl 92-93-3 1836-75-5 Nitrofen 59-87-0 Nitrofurazone e)-amino]-2-imidazolidinone 555-84-0 1-[(5-Nitrofurfuryliden -[4-(5-nitro-2-furyl)-2- 531-82-8 thiazolyl]-acetamide N Nitrogen mustard N-oxide 302-70-5 4-Nitrophenol 100-02-7 2-Nitropropane 79-46-9 n -butylamine N -Nitrosodi- 924-16-3 N -Nitrosodiethanolamine 1116-54-7 -Nitrosodiethylamine N 55-18-5 -Nitrosodimethylamine N 62-75-9 -Nitrosodiphenylamine N 86-30-6 p -Nitrosodiphenylamine 156-10-5 N n -Nitrosodi- -propylamine 621-64-7 N -Nitrosomethylethylamine 10595-95-6 -ethylurea N N 759-73-9 -Nitroso- -methylurethane N -Nitroso- N 615-53-2 N -methylurea N -Nitroso- 684-93-5 N -Nitrosomorpholine 59-89-2 -Nitrosonornicotine N 16543-55-8 N -Nitrosopiperidine 100-75-4 Item G 000155 11/15/2018 12 PROPOSED RULES

83 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 83 of 121 OAR 340-245-8020 Table 2 Toxic Air Contaminant Reporting List a Chemical Name CAS# N -Nitrosopyrrolidine 930-55-2 39765-80-5 trans -Nonachlor 104-40-5 & ethoxylates) Nonyphenol, 4- ( Oleum (fuming sulfuric acid) 8014-95-7 Parathion 56-38-2 Pentachlorophenol 87-86-5 Pentabromodiphenyl ether 32534-81-9 Pentachloronitrobenzene (Quintobenzene) 82-68-8 Peracetic acid 79-21-0 Perfluorinated compounds (PFCs) Perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) 335-67-1 Perfluorooctanesulfonic acid (PFOS) 1763-23-1 Phenacetin 62-44-2 94-78-0 Phenazopyridine Phenazopyridine hydrochloride 136-40-3 Phenesterin 3546-10-9 Phenobarbital 50-06-6 Phenol 108-95-2 59-96-1 Phenoxybenzamine Phenoxybenzamine hydrochloride 63-92-3 p -Phenylenediamine 106-50-3 -Phenylphenate, sodium o 132-27-4 2-Phenylphenol 90-43-7 Phosgene 75-44-5 Phosphine 7803-51-2 Phosphoric acid 7664-38-2 b Phosphorus and compounds Phosphorus oxychloride 10025-87-3 Phosphorus pentachloride 10026-13-8 Phosphorus pentoxide 1314-56-3 Phosphorus trichloride 7719-12-2 Phosphorus, white 12185-10-3 Phthalates Phthalic anhydride 85-44-9 Item G 000156 11/15/2018 13 PROPOSED RULES

84 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 84 of 121 OAR 340-245-8020 Table 2 Toxic Air Contaminant Reporting List a Chemical Name CAS# Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) 5436-43-1 PBDE-47 [2,2',4,4'-Te trabromodiphenyl ether] 60348-60-9 PBDE-99 [2,2’,4,4’,5-Pe ntabromodiphenyl ether] PBDE-100 [2,2’,4,4’,6-Pent 189084-64-8 abromodiphenyl ether] 17026-54-3 PBDE-138 [2,2’,3,4,4’,5’-Hex abromodiphenyl ether] 68631-49-2 PBDE-153 [2,2',4,4',5,5'-hexabromodiphenyl ether] abromodiphenyl ether] 17026-58-4 PBDE-154 [2,2’,4,4’,5,6’-Hex -Heptabromodiphenyl ether] PBDE-185 [2,2',3,4,4',5',6 68928-80-3 1163-19-5 PBDE-209 [Decabromodiphenyl ether] Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) 1336-36-3 c Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) TEQ 34883-43-7 PCB-8 [2,4'-dichlorobiphenyl] 37680-65-2 PCB 18 [2,2',5- trichlorobiphenyl] richlorobiphenyl] PCB-28 [2,4,4'-t 7012-37-5 tetrachlorobiphenyl] PCB-44 [2,2',3,5'- 41464-39-5 trachlorobiphenyl] PCB-52 [2,2',5,5'-te 35693-99-3 tetrachlorobiphenyl] PCB-66 [2,3',4,4'- 32598-10-0 32598-13-3 PCB 77 [3,3',4,4'-te trachlorobiphenyl] 70362-50-4 achlorobiphenyl] PCB 81 [3,4,4',5-tetr 37680-73-2 ntachlorobiphenyl] PCB-101 [2,2',4,5,5'-pe 32598-14-4 ntachlorobiphenyl] PCB 105 [2,3,3',4,4'-pe 74472-37-0 PCB 114 [2,3,4,4',5-pent achlorobiphenyl] 31508-00-6 PCB 118 [2,3',4,4',5-pe ntachlorobiphenyl] 65510-44-3 PCB 123 [2,3',4,4',5'-pentachlorobiphenyl] 57465-28-8 PCB 126 [3,3',4,4',5-pe ntachlorobiphenyl] '-hexachlorobiphenyl] 38380-07-3 PCB-128 [2,2',3,3',4,4 35065-28-2 -hexachlorobiphenyl] PCB-138 [2,2',3,4,4',5' '-hexachlorobiphenyl] 35065-27-1 PCB-153 [2,2',4,4',5,5 38380-08-4 hexachlorobiphenyl] PCB 156 [2,3,3',4,4',5- 69782-90-7 -hexachlorobiphenyl] PCB 157 [2,3,3',4,4',5' 52663-72-6 PCB 167 [2,3',4,4',5,5'-hexachlorobiphenyl] 32774-16-6 PCB 169 [3,3',4,4',5,5'-hexachlorobiphenyl] PCB-170 [2,2',3,3',4,4',5-heptachlorobiphenyl] 35065-30-6 35065-29-3 PCB-180 [2,2',3,4,4',5,5'-heptachl orobiphenyl] Item G 000157 11/15/2018 14 PROPOSED RULES

85 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page of 121 85 OAR 340-245-8020 Table 2 Toxic Air Contaminant Reporting List a Chemical Name CAS# PCB-187 [2,2',3,4',5,5',6-heptachlorobiphenyl] 52663-68-0 39635-31-9 heptachlorobiphenyl] PCB 189 [2,3,3',4,4',5,5'- 52663-78-2 PCB-195 [2,2',3,3',4,4',5,6-octachlorobiphenyl] PCB-206 [2,2',3,3',4,4',5,5',6-nonachlorobiphenyl] 40186-72-9 ,5,5',6,6 '-decachlorobiphenyl] 2051-24-3 PCB-209 [2,2'3,3',4,4' c Polychlorinated dibenzo- -dioxins (PCDDs) & dibenzofurans (PCDFs) TEQ p -dioxin (TCDD) 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo- p 1746-01-6 -dioxin (PeCDD) 1,2,3,7,8-Pentachlorodibenzo- p 40321-76-4 1,2,3,4,7,8-Hexachlorodibenzo- p -dioxin (HxCDD) 39227-28-6 p -dioxin (HxCDD) 1,2,3,6,7,8-Hexachlorodibenzo- 57653-85-7 -dioxin (HxCDD) p 1,2,3,7,8,9-Hexachlorodibenzo- 19408-74-3 -dioxin (HpCDD) p 1,2,3,4,6,7,8-Heptachlorodibenzo- 35822-46-9 p -dioxin (OCDD) Octachlorodibenzo- 3268-87-9 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzofuran (TcDF) 51207-31-9 1,2,3,7,8-Pentachlorodibenzofuran (PeCDF) 57117-41-6 2,3,4,7,8-Pentachlorodibenzofuran (PeCDF) 57117-31-4 1,2,3,4,7,8-Hexachlorodibenzofuran (HxCDF) 70648-26-9 1,2,3,6,7,8-Hexachlorodibenzofuran (HxCDF) 57117-44-9 1,2,3,7,8,9-Hexachlorodibenzofuran (HxCDF) 72918-21-9 2,3,4,6,7,8-Hexachlorodibenzofuran (HxCDF) 60851-34-5 1,2,3,4,6,7,8-Heptachlorodibenzofuran (HpCDF) 67562-39-4 1,2,3,4,7,8,9-Heptachlorodibenzofuran (HpCDF) 55673-89-7 Octachlorodibenzofuran (OCDF) 39001-02-0 Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) Acenaphthene 83-32-9 Acenaphthylene 208-96-8 Anthracene 120-12-7 Anthanthrene 191-26-4 Benz[a]anthracene 56-55-3 Benzo[a]pyrene 50-32-8 Benzo[b]fluoranthene 205-99-2 Benzo[c]fluorene 205-12-9 Benzo[e]pyrene 192-97-2 Benzo[g,h,i]perylene 191-24-2 G 000158 Item PROPOSED RULES 15 11/15/2018

86 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 86 of 121 OAR 340-245-8020 Table 2 Toxic Air Contaminant Reporting List a Chemical Name CAS# Benzo[j]fluoranthene 205-82-3 Benzo[k]fluoranthene 207-08-9 Carbazole 86-74-8 Chrysene 218-01-9 Cyclopenta[c,d]pyrene 27208-37-3 Dibenz[a,h]acridine 226-36-8 Dibenz[a,j]acridine 224-42-0 7H-Dibenzo[c,g]carbazole 194-59-2 Dibenz[a,h]anthracene 53-70-3 5385-75-1 Dibenzo[a,e]fluoranthene Dibenzo[a,e]pyrene 192-65-4 Dibenzo[a,h]pyrene 189-64-0 Dibenzo[a,i]pyrene 189-55-9 Dibenzo[a,l]pyrene 191-30-0 Fluoranthene 206-44-0 Fluorene 86-73-7 Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene 193-39-5 2-Methyl naphthalene 91-57-6 Perylene 198-55-0 Phenanthrene 85-01-8 Pyrene 129-00-0 Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon der ivatives [PAH-Derivatives] 2-Acetylaminofluorene 53-96-3 2-Aminoanthraquinone 117-79-3 Carbaryl 63-25-2 7,12-Dimethylbenz[a]anthracene 57-97-6 1,6-Dinitropyrene 42397-64-8 1,8-Dinitropyrene 42397-65-9 3-Methylcholanthrene 56-49-5 5-Methylchrysene 3697-24-3 5-Nitroacenaphthene 602-87-9 6-Nitrochrysene 7496-02-8 2-Nitrofluorene 607-57-8 1-Nitropyrene 5522-43-0 Item G 000159 11/15/2018 16 PROPOSED RULES

87 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page of 121 87 OAR 340-245-8020 Table 2 Toxic Air Contaminant Reporting List a Chemical Name CAS# 4-Nitropyrene 57835-92-4 3564-09-8 Ponceau 3R 3761-53-3 Ponceau MX Potassium bromate 7758-01-2 671-16-9 Procarbazine 366-70-1 Procarbazi ne hydrochloride 1,3-Propane sultone 1120-71-4 -Propiolactone beta 57-57-8 Propionaldehyde 123-38-6 Propoxur (Baygon) 114-26-1 Propylene 115-07-1 6423-43-4 Propylene glycol dinitrate Propylene glycol monomethyl ether 107-98-2 thyl ether acetate Propylene glycol monome 108-65-6 Propylene oxide 75-56-9 1,2-Propyleneimine (2-Methylaziridine) 75-55-8 Propylthiouracil 51-52-5 Pyridine 110-86-1 Quinoline 91-22-5 Quinone 106-51-4 Radon and its decay products Refractory Ceramic Fibers Reserpine 50-55-5 Rockwool 94-59-7 Safrole Selenide, hydrogen 7783-07-5 b Selenium and compounds 7782-49-2 Selenium sulfide 7446-34-6 7631-86-9 Silica, crystalline (respirable) b Silver and compounds 7440-22-4 Slagwool Sodium hydroxide 1310-73-2 Sterigmatocystin 10048-13-2 Streptozotocin 18883-66-4 Item G 000160 11/15/2018 17 PROPOSED RULES

88 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 88 of 121 OAR 340-245-8020 Table 2 Toxic Air Contaminant Reporting List a Chemical Name CAS# Styrene 100-42-5 Styrene oxide 96-09-3 95-06-7 Sulfallate Sulfuric acid 7664-93-9 505-60-2 Sulfur mustard Sulfur trioxide 7446-71-9 Talc containing asbestiform fibers Terephthalic acid 100-21-0 Tetrabromodiphenyl ether 40088-47-9 630-20-6 1,1,1,2-Tetrachloroethane 1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane 79-34-5 Tetrachloroethene (Perchloroethylene) 127-18-4 2,3,4,6-Tetrachlorophenol 58-90-2 811-97-2 1,1,1,2-Tetrafluoroethane b Thallium and compounds 7440-28-0 Thioacetamide 62-55-5 4,4-Thiodianiline 139-65-1 Thiourea 62-56-6 Titanium tetrachloride 7550-45-0 Toluene 108-88-3 Toluene diisocyanates (2,4- and 2,6-) 26471-62-5 Toluene-2,4-diisocyanate 584-84-9 Toluene-2,6-diisocyanate 91-08-7 o -Toluidine 95-53-4 636-21-5 o -Toluidine hydrochloride Total Tetrachlorodibenzo- p -dioxin 41903-57-5 -dioxin p Total Pentachlorodibenzo- 36088-22-9 p Total Hexachlorodibenzo- -dioxin 34465-46-8 p Total Heptachlorodibenzo- -dioxin 37871-00-4 Total Tetrachlorodibenzofuran 55722-27-5 Total Pentachlorodibenzofuran 30402-15-4 Total Hexachlorodibenzofuran 55684-94-1 Total Heptachlorodibenzofuran 38998-75-3 Toxaphene (Polychlorinated camphenes) 8001-35-2 Item G 000161 11/15/2018 18 PROPOSED RULES

89 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 89 of 121 OAR 340-245-8020 Table 2 Toxic Air Contaminant Reporting List a Chemical Name CAS# Tributyl phosphate 126-73-8 1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene 120-82-1 1,1,1-Trichloroethane (M ethyl chloroform) 71-55-6 1,1,2-Trichloroethane (Vinyl trichloride) 79-00-5 Trichloroethene (TCE, Trichloroethylene) 79-01-6 Trichlorofluoromethane (Freon 11) 75-69-4 2,4,5-Trichlorophenol 95-95-4 2,4,6-Trichlorophenol 88-06-2 1,2,3-Trichloropropane 96-18-4 Triethyl phosphine 78-40-0 Triethylamine 121-44-8 Triethylene glycol dimethyl ether 112-49-2 Trimethyl phosphate 512-56-1 Triorthocresyl phosphate 78-30-8 Triphenyl phosphate 115-86-6 Triphenyl phosphite 101-02-0 Trifluralin 1582-09-8 1,2,3-Trimethylbenzene 526-73-8 1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene 95-63-6 1,3,5-Trimethylbenzene 108-67-8 2,2,4-Trimethylpentane 540-84-1 62450-06-0 Tryptophan-P-1 Tryptophan-P-2 62450-07-1 Urethane (Ethyl carbamate) 51-79-6 Vanadium (fume or dust) 7440-62-2 Vanadium pentoxide 1314-62-1 Vinyl acetate 108-05-4 Vinyl bromide 593-60-2 Vinyl chloride 75-01-4 4-Vinylcyclohexene 100-40-3 Vinyl fluoride 75-02-5 Vinylidene chloride 75-35-4 o -xylene, p -xylene Xylene (mixture), including m -xylene, 1330-20-7 -Xylene m 108-38-3 Item G 000162 11/15/2018 19 PROPOSED RULES

90 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 90 of 121 OAR 340-245-8020 Table 2 Toxic Air Contaminant Reporting List a Chemical Name CAS# -Xylene o 95-47-6 p -Xylene 106-42-3 b Zinc and compounds 7440-66-6 Zinc oxide 1314-13-2 NOTE: CAS# = Chemical Abstracts Service Number a) Inorganic chemicals designated with "and compounds" should be r eported as the sum of all forms b) of the chemical, expressed as the inorganic element. - c) -dioxin. p TEQ = toxic equivalency, relative to 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo , 468A.070, 468A.155 Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468.065, 468A.025, 468A.040, 468A.050 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468.065, 468A.010, 468A.015, 468A.025, 468A.035, 468A.040, 468A.050, 468A.070, and 468A.155 Item G 000163 11/15/2018 20 PROPOSED RULES

91 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page of 121 91 OAR 340-245-8030 Table 3 Toxicity Reference Values 030 Table 3 OAR 340-245-8 Toxicity Reference Values Toxicity Reference Values (TRVs) Chronic Acute c b a Chronic Cancer Noncancer Noncancer 3 3 3 Notes Chemical CAS# (μg/m Notes ) Notes (μg/m ) ) Notes (μg/m 140 O 470 O 75-07-0 Acetaldehyde 0.45 A 0.050 O 60-35-5 Acetamide 67-64-1 Acetone 31,000 T 62,000 S 60 I 75-05-8 Acetonitrile 107-02-8 Acrolein 0.35 A 6.9 T 0.010 I 6.0 79-06-1 Acrylamide I I 6,000 O 1.0 79-10-7 Acrylic acid O 220 T 107-13-1 Acrylonitrile 0.015 A 5.0 0.00020 I 309-00-2 Aldrin I O 0.17 107-05-1 Allyl chloride 1.0 Aluminum and o P 7429-90-5 5.0 compounds 500 7664-41-7 Ammonia A 1,200 T 1.0 I 62-53-3 Aniline 0.63 O T 1.0 T 7440-36-0 Antimony and compounds o 0.30 I 140-57-8 Aramite 0.14 7440-38-2 Arsenic and compounds o 0.00023 A 0.015 O 0.20 S 7784-42-1 Arsine 0.015 O 0.20 O 1332-21-4 Asbestos k 4.3E-06 I I 0.032 103-33-3 Azobenzene Item G 000164 11/15/2018 21 PROPOSED RULES

92 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page of 121 92 030 Table 3 OAR 340-245-8 Toxicity Reference Values Toxicity Reference Values (TRVs) Acute Chronic c a b Chronic Cancer Noncancer Noncancer 3 3 3 Notes CAS# Chemical Notes (μg/m Notes ) ) Notes (μg/m (μg/m ) 29 O 71-43-2 Benzene j 0.13 A T 3.0 92-87-5 Benzidine (and its salts) 7.1E-06 O 100-44-7 Benzyl chloride 0.020 O 1.0 P 240 O 7440-41-7 Beryllium and compounds o 0.00042 A 0.0070 O 0.020 S Bis (2-chloroethyl) ether 111-44-4 120 Tint 0.0014 O (DCEE) Bis 7.7E-05 O 1.4 Tint 542-88-1 (chloromethyl) ether Bis (2-ethylhexyl) 117-81-7 0.42 phthalate (DEHP) O I 75-25-2 Bromoform 0.91 Bromomethane (Methyl 5.0 A 3,900 O bromide) 74-83-9 - n 1-Bromopropane ( 0.48 T 1,700 T propyl bromide) 106-94-5 33 A 660 O 106-99-0 1,3-Butadiene O 0.033 A 2.0 2-Butanone (Methyl ethyl 78-93-3 ketone) 5,000 I 5,000 S 30,000 P -Butyl alcohol 78-92-2 sec 7440-43-9 Cadmium and compounds o 0.00056 A 0.010 T 0.030 S 2.2 O 50 O 105-60-2 Caprolactam 800 A 6,200 O 75-15-0 Carbon disulfide 100 A 0.17 I 1,900 O 56-23-5 Carbon tetrachloride 10 O 660 O 463-58-1 Carbonyl sulfide 57-74-9 Chlordane j 0.010 I 0.020 T 0.20 Tint n Chlorinated paraffins 0.040 O 108171-26-2 T 0.15 A 170 7782-50-5 Chlorine Item G 000165 11/15/2018 22 PROPOSED RULES

93 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page of 121 93 030 Table 3 OAR 340-245-8 Toxicity Reference Values Toxicity Reference Values (TRVs) Acute Chronic a b c Noncancer Chronic Cancer Noncancer 3 3 3 Notes Chemical CAS# Notes (μg/m ) ) Notes Notes (μg/m (μg/m ) 2.8 Tint 0.60 O Chlorine dioxide 10049-04-4 532-27-4 2-Chloroacetophenone 0.030 I 108-90-7 Chlorobenzene 50 P 1-Chloro-1,1- 75-68-3 difluoroethane 50,000 I Chlorodifluoromethane 75-45-6 (Freon 22) 50,000 I Chloroethane (Ethyl chloride) 30,000 O 40,000 T 75-00-3 T 490 A A2 300 67-66-3 Chloroform Chloromethane (Methyl 90 A 1,000 T chloride) 74-87-3 - o 4-Chloro- O 0.22 phenylenediamine 95-83-0 76-06-2 Chloropicrin O 29 0.40 O 126-99-8 Chloroprene 0.0033 I 20 I -toluidine o p 0.013 O 95-69-2 -Chloro- Chromium VI, chromate and dichromate particulate d 8.3E-05 A 0.20 O 0.30 S 18540-29-9 Chromium VI, chromic d 8.3E-05 acid aerosol mist A 0.0050 T 0.0050 S 18540-29-9 7440-48-4 Cobalt and compounds o A2 0.10 A 0.0016 I Coke Oven Emissions O 100 o 7440-50-8 Copper and compounds 120-71-8 0.023 O -Cresidine p Item G 000166 11/15/2018 23 PROPOSED RULES

94 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page of 121 94 030 Table 3 OAR 340-245-8 Toxicity Reference Values Toxicity Reference Values (TRVs) Acute Chronic a b c Noncancer Chronic Cancer Noncancer 3 3 3 Notes Chemical CAS# Notes (μg/m ) ) Notes Notes (μg/m (μg/m ) Cresols (mixture), - o -cresol, m including 1319-77-3 -cresol 600 O cresol, p 135-20-6 Cupferron 0.016 O 340 74-90-8 Cyanide, Hydrogen 0.80 A O 110-82-7 Cyclohexane 6,000 I I 0.010 e 50-29-3 DDT 615-05-4 2,4-Diaminoanisole 0.15 O 2,4-Diaminotoluene (2,4- 0.00091 O Toluene diamine) 95-80-7 10 Tint 333-41-5 Diazinon 1,2-Dibromo-3- 1.9 Tint I 0.20 0.00017 P chloropropane (DBCP) 96-12-8 -Dichlorobenzene (1,4- p T 12,000 T 106-46-7 Dichlorobenzene) 0.091 A 60 91-94-1 3,3'-Dichlorobenzidine 0.0029 O 1,1-Dichloroethane 75-34-3 0.63 O (Ethylidene dichloride) -1,2-dichloroethene 790 T 156-60-5 trans Dichloromethane I 2,100 T 600 A 100 (Methylene chloride) 75-09-2 1,2-Dichloropropane 4.0 I 78-87-5 T 230 (Propylene dichloride) 542-75-6 1,3-Dichloropropene 0.25 A 32 T 36 Tint 0.54 T T 18 62-73-7 Dichlorovos (DDVP) 0.00022 I 60-57-1 Dieldrin 0.10 A 5.0 O Diesel Particulate Matter Item G 000167 11/15/2018 24 PROPOSED RULES

95 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page of 121 95 030 Table 3 OAR 340-245-8 Toxicity Reference Values Toxicity Reference Values (TRVs) Acute Chronic c a b Chronic Cancer Noncancer Noncancer 3 3 3 Notes Chemical CAS# Notes (μg/m ) ) Notes Notes (μg/m (μg/m ) P 0.20 111-42-2 Diethanolamine Diethylene glycol 112-34-5 0.10 P monobutyl ether Diethylene glycol 111-90-0 monoethyl ether 0.30 P 75-37-6 1,1-Difluoroethane 40,000 I 60-11-7 0.00077 O 4-Dimethylaminoazobenzene 80 68-12-2 Dimethyl formamide O 0.49 Tint 57-14-7 1,1-Dimethylhydrazine 121-14-2 2,4-Dinitrotoluene 0.011 O I 7,200 T 30 I 0.20 123-91-1 1,4-Dioxane 1,2-Diphenylhydrazine (Hydrazobenzene) 0.0045 I 122-66-7 1937-37-7 Direct Black 38 7.1E-06 O 7.1E-06 O 2602-46-2 Direct Blue 6 Direct Brown 95 (technical grade) 7.1E-06 O 16071-86-6 6.0 T 298-04-4 Disulfoton O 1,300 O 3.0 0.043 O 106-89-8 Epichlorohydrin 106-88-7 1,2-Epoxybutane O 20 8.0 P 140-88-5 Ethyl acrylate 100-41-4 Ethyl benzene 0.40 A 260 T 22,000 T Ethylene dibromide (EDB, 106-93-4 9.0 1,2-Dibromoethane) 0.0017 A I Ethylene dichloride (EDC, P 7.0 0.038 A 1,2-Dichloroethane) 107-06-2 Item G 000168 11/15/2018 25 PROPOSED RULES

96 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page of 121 96 030 Table 3 OAR 340-245-8 Toxicity Reference Values Toxicity Reference Values (TRVs) Acute Chronic a b c Noncancer Chronic Cancer Noncancer 3 3 3 Notes Chemical CAS# Notes (μg/m ) ) Notes Notes (μg/m (μg/m ) O 2,000 T 400 107-21-1 Ethylene glycol Ethylene glycol 111-76-2 O 29,000 T 82 monobutyl ether Ethylene glycol monoethyl ether 110-80-5 70 O 370 O Ethylene glycol monoethyl 60 P 140 O ether acetate 111-15-9 Ethylene glycol 93 109-86-4 monomethyl ether 60 O O Ethylene glycol 110-49-6 P 1.0 monomethyl ether acetate 0.00033 A 30 O 160 Tint 75-21-8 Ethylene oxide 0.077 O 96-45-7 Ethylene thiourea 240 O Fluorides 13 A 7782-41-4 Fluorine gas 16 T 49 T O A 9.0 50-00-0 Formaldehyde 0.17 4.1 T 111-30-8 Glutaraldehyde 0.080 O 0.00077 I 76-44-8 Heptachlor 0.00038 I 1024-57-3 Heptachlor epoxide 118-74-1 Hexachlorobenzene 0.0020 O 87-68-3 Hexachlorobutadiene 0.045 I Hexachlorocyclohexanes (mixture) including but not limited to: 0.00091 O 608-73-1 Hexachlorocyclohexane, alpha 0.00091 O - 319-84-6 Item G 000169 11/15/2018 26 PROPOSED RULES

97 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page of 121 97 030 Table 3 OAR 340-245-8 Toxicity Reference Values Toxicity Reference Values (TRVs) Acute Chronic b c a Noncancer Chronic Cancer Noncancer 3 3 3 Notes Chemical CAS# Notes (μg/m ) ) (μg/m ) Notes Notes (μg/m Hexachlorocyclohexane, beta 319-85-7 0.00091 O - Hexachlorocyclohexane, 58-89-9 0.0032 O gamma - (Lindane) 77-47-4 0.20 I 110 Tint Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 30 67-72-1 Hexachloroethane I 58,000 T Hexamethylene-1,6- 0.069 T 0.21 Tint 822-06-0 diisocyanate A 110-54-3 Hexane 700 302-01-2 Hydrazine 0.00020 O 0.030 P 5.2 Tint 20 7647-01-0 Hydrochloric acid A 2,100 O 13 A 16 T 7664-39-3 Hydrogen fluoride S 98 A 2.0 7783-06-4 Hydrogen sulfide 78-59-1 Isophorone 2,000 O 67-63-0 Isopropyl alcohol 200 P 3,200 O Isopropylbenzene I 400 (Cumene) 98-82-8 A2 0.15 A 0.15 S o 7439-92-1 Lead and compounds 108-31-6 Maleic anhydride 0.70 O Manganese and 0.090 A 0.30 S o 7439-96-5 compounds o 0.30 A 0.60 O 7439-97-6 Mercury and compounds 67-56-1 Methanol 4,000 A 28,000 O 4,4'-Methylene bis (2- chloroaniline) (MOCA) 0.0023 O 101-14-4 4,4'-Methylenedianiline O 20 0.0022 O (and its dichloride) 101-77-9 Item G 000170 11/15/2018 27 PROPOSED RULES

98 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page of 121 98 030 Table 3 OAR 340-245-8 Toxicity Reference Values Toxicity Reference Values (TRVs) Chronic Acute c a b Chronic Cancer Noncancer Noncancer 3 3 3 Notes Chemical CAS# Notes (μg/m ) ) (μg/m ) Notes Notes (μg/m Methylene diphenyl diisocyanate (MDI) 101-68-8 O 12 0.080 O Methyl isobutyl ketone 3,000 I 108-10-1 (MIBK, Hexone) O 624-83-9 Methyl isocyanate 1.0 700 80-62-6 Methyl methacrylate I 3.8 1634-04-4 Methyl tert -butyl ether O 8,000 O 8,000 O 90-94-8 Michler's ketone 0.0040 O S 91-20-3 Naphthalene 0.029 A 3.7 T 200 Nickel compounds, f 0.0038 A 0.014 O 0.20 O insoluble Nickel compounds, A2 0.014 A 0.20 O soluble f 86 O 7697-37-2 Nitric acid I 9.0 I 0.025 98-95-3 Nitrobenzene 79-46-9 2-Nitropropane 20 I 0.00032 O -butylamine n -Nitrosodi- 924-16-3 N 55-18-5 -Nitrosodiethylamine 1.0E-04 O N 0.00022 O -Nitrosodimethylamine N 62-75-9 -Nitrosodiphenylamine 0.38 O 86-30-6 N p 156-10-5 -Nitrosodiphenylamine O 0.16 n N - -Nitrosodi- 621-64-7 propylamine 0.00050 O 0.00016 O 10595-95-6 N -Nitrosomethylethylamine N 0.00053 O -Nitrosomorpholine 59-89-2 N 0.00037 O -Nitrosopiperidine 100-75-4 Item G 000171 11/15/2018 28 PROPOSED RULES

99 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page of 121 99 030 Table 3 OAR 340-245-8 Toxicity Reference Values Toxicity Reference Values (TRVs) Acute Chronic b c a Noncancer Chronic Cancer Noncancer 3 3 3 Notes Chemical CAS# Notes (μg/m Notes ) (μg/m Notes ) (μg/m ) N 930-55-2 0.0017 O -Nitrosopyrrolidine Oleum (fuming sulfuric 120 acid) 8014-95-7 O 56-38-2 Parathion 0.020 Tint 87-86-5 Pentachlorophenol 0.20 O 108-95-2 Phenol 200 O 5,800 O O 0.30 A 4.0 75-44-5 Phosgene 7803-51-2 Phosphine 0.80 A 10 A 7664-38-2 Phosphoric acid T 20 A 9.0 Phosphorus, white 12185-10-3 85-44-9 Phthalic anhydride O 20 Polybrominated diphenyl g 6.0 Tint ethers (PBDEs) Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) 0.010 A 1336-36-3 Polychlorinated biphenyls h 2.6E-08 A1 4.E-05 O (PCBs) TEQ PCB 77 [3,3',4,4'- tetrachlorobiphenyl] h 0.00026 A1 0.40 O 32598-13-3 PCB 81 [3,4,4',5- tetrachlorobiphenyl] h 8.8E-05 A1 0.13 O 70362-50-4 PCB 105 [2,3,3',4,4'- h 0.00088 A1 1.3 O pentachlorobiphenyl] 32598-14-4 PCB 114 [2,3,4,4',5- pentachlorobiphenyl] O h 0.00088 A1 1.3 74472-37-0 PCB 118 [2,3',4,4',5- O h 0.00088 A1 1.3 pentachlorobiphenyl] 31508-00-6 Item G 000172 11/15/2018 29 PROPOSED RULES

100 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 100 of 121 030 Table 3 OAR 340-245-8 Toxicity Reference Values Toxicity Reference Values (TRVs) Chronic Acute a b c Noncancer Noncancer Chronic Cancer 3 3 3 Notes Chemical CAS# (μg/m ) ) Notes (μg/m (μg/m ) Notes Notes PCB 123 [2,3',4,4',5'- h 0.00088 A1 1.3 O pentachlorobiphenyl] 65510-44-3 PCB 126 [3,3',4,4',5- pentachlorobiphenyl] h 2.6E-07 A1 O 57465-28-8 0.00040 PCB 156 [2,3,3',4,4',5- h 0.00088 A1 1.3 hexachlorobiphenyl] O 38380-08-4 PCB 157 [2,3,3',4,4',5'- O h 0.00088 A1 1.3 hexachlorobiphenyl] 69782-90-7 PCB 167 [2,3',4,4',5,5'- hexachlorobiphenyl] h 0.00088 A1 1.3 O 52663-72-6 PCB 169 [3,3',4,4',5,5'- hexachlorobiphenyl] h 8.8E-07 A1 0.0013 O 32774-16-6 PCB 189 [2,3,3',4,4',5,5'- O h 0.00088 A1 1.3 heptachlorobiphenyl] 39635-31-9 Polychlorinated dibenzo- -dioxins (PCDDs) & p dibenzofurans (PCDFs) h 2.6E-08 A1 TEQ O 4.0E-05 2,3,7,8- - p Tetrachlorodibenzo- 2.6E-08 A dioxin (TCDD) 1746-01-6 O 4.0E-05 1,2,3,7,8- - Pentachlorodibenzo- p h 2.6E-08 A1 dioxin (PeCDD) O 4.0E-05 40321-76-4 1,2,3,4,7,8- p - Hexachlorodibenzo- dioxin (HxCDD) h 2.6E-07 A1 O 39227-28-6 0.00040 1,2,3,6,7,8- Hexachlorodibenzo- - p dioxin (HxCDD) h 2.6E-07 A1 O 0.00040 57653-85-7 G 000173 Item PROPOSED RULES 30 11/15/2018

101 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page of 121 101 030 Table 3 OAR 340-245-8 Toxicity Reference Values Toxicity Reference Values (TRVs) Chronic Acute c a b Chronic Cancer Noncancer Noncancer 3 3 3 Notes CAS# Chemical Notes (μg/m (μg/m Notes ) (μg/m Notes ) ) 1,2,3,7,8,9- - p Hexachlorodibenzo- h 2.6E-07 A1 dioxin (HxCDD) O 19408-74-3 0.00040 1,2,3,4,6,7,8- Heptachlorodibenzo- p - h 2.6E-06 A1 dioxin (HpCDD) O 0.0040 35822-46-9 p - Octachlorodibenzo- dioxin (OCDD) h 8.8E-05 A1 0.13 O 3268-87-9 2,3,7,8- Tetrachlorodibenzofuran h 2.6E-07 A1 (TcDF) O 0.00040 51207-31-9 1,2,3,7,8- Pentachlorodibenzofuran h 8.8E-07 A1 0.0013 O (PeCDF) 57117-41-6 2,3,4,7,8- Pentachlorodibenzofuran h 8.8E-08 A1 (PeCDF) O 57117-31-4 0.00013 1,2,3,4,7,8- Hexachlorodibenzofuran h 2.6E-07 A1 (HxCDF) O 70648-26-9 0.00040 1,2,3,6,7,8- Hexachlorodibenzofuran h 2.6E-07 A1 (HxCDF) O 0.00040 57117-44-9 1,2,3,7,8,9- Hexachlorodibenzofuran (HxCDF) h 2.6E-07 A1 O 72918-21-9 0.00040 2,3,4,6,7,8- Hexachlorodibenzofuran (HxCDF) h 2.6E-07 A1 O 0.00040 60851-34-5 Item G 000174 11/15/2018 31 PROPOSED RULES

102 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 102 of 121 030 Table 3 OAR 340-245-8 Toxicity Reference Values Toxicity Reference Values (TRVs) Acute Chronic a b c Chronic Cancer Noncancer Noncancer 3 3 3 Notes Chemical CAS# Notes (μg/m ) ) Notes Notes (μg/m (μg/m ) 1,2,3,4,6,7,8- Heptachlorodibenzofuran h 2.6E-06 A1 0.0040 O (HpCDF) 67562-39-4 1,2,3,4,7,8,9- Heptachlorodibenzofuran (HpCDF) h 2.6E-06 A1 0.0040 O 55673-89-7 Octachlorodibenzofuran (OCDF) h 8.8E-05 A1 0.13 O 39001-02-0 Polycyclic aromatic 0.0017 A hydrocarbons (PAHs) i 0.0042 A1 191-26-4 Anthanthrene 56-55-3 Benz[a]anthracene i 0.0083 A1 50-32-8 Benzo[a]pyrene m 0.0017 A 0.0020 I 0.0020 I i 0.0021 A1 205-99-2 Benzo[b]fluoranthene 205-12-9 Benzo[c]fluorene i 8.3E-05 A1 0.19 A1 i 191-24-2 Benzo[g,h,i]perylene 205-82-3 Benzo[j]fluoranthene i 0.0056 A1 207-08-9 Benzo[k]fluoranthene i 0.056 A1 218-01-9 Chrysene i 0.017 A1 i 0.0042 A1 Cyclopenta[c,d]pyrene 27208-37-3 53-70-3 Dibenz[a,h]anthracene i 0.00017 A1 192-65-4 Dibenzo[a,e]pyrene i 0.0042 A1 189-64-0 Dibenzo[a,h]pyrene i 0.0019 A1 189-55-9 Dibenzo[a,i]pyrene i 0.0028 A1 191-30-0 Dibenzo[a,l]pyrene i 5.6E-05 A1 i 206-44-0 Fluoranthene 0.021 A1 Item G 000175 11/15/2018 32 PROPOSED RULES

103 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page of 121 103 030 Table 3 OAR 340-245-8 Toxicity Reference Values Toxicity Reference Values (TRVs) Acute Chronic c b a Chronic Cancer Noncancer Noncancer 3 3 3 Notes CAS# Chemical Notes (μg/m ) ) Notes Notes (μg/m (μg/m ) 193-39-5 Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene i 0.024 A1 3697-24-3 5-Methylchrysene i 0.0017 A1 7496-02-8 6-Nitrochrysene i 0.00017 A1 7758-01-2 Potassium bromate 0.0071 O 1120-71-4 1,3-Propane sultone 0.0014 O 8.0 123-38-6 Propionaldehyde I 3,000 O 115-07-1 Propylene 0.27 T 20 T 6423-43-4 Propylene glycol dinitrate Propylene glycol 7,000 O monomethyl ether 107-98-2 O 3,100 O 75-56-9 Propylene oxide 0.27 O 30 0.030 T Refractory Ceramic Fibers k 7783-07-5 Selenide, hydrogen O 5.0 7782-49-2 Selenium and compounds j, o S A3 2.0 Silica, crystalline O (respirable) 3.0 7631-86-9 O 8.0 1310-73-2 Sodium hydroxide 1,000 A 21,000 S 100-42-5 Styrene O O 7664-93-9 Sulfuric acid 1.0 120 505-60-2 Sulfur Mustard 0.70 T 1.0 O 120 O 7446-71-9 Sulfur trioxide 630-20-6 1,1,1,2-Tetrachloroethane 0.14 I 79-34-5 1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane 0.017 O Tetrachloroethene (Perchloroethylene) T 41 A 3.8 41 T 127-18-4 Item G 000176 11/15/2018 33 PROPOSED RULES

104 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page of 121 104 030 Table 3 OAR 340-245-8 Toxicity Reference Values Toxicity Reference Values (TRVs) Acute Chronic c a b Chronic Cancer Noncancer Noncancer 3 3 3 Notes CAS# Chemical Notes (μg/m ) ) Notes Notes (μg/m (μg/m ) 811-97-2 1,1,1,2-Tetrafluoroethane 80,000 I 62-55-5 Thioacetamide 0.00059 O T 10 Tint 7550-45-0 Titanium tetrachloride 0.10 108-88-3 Toluene 5,000 A 7,500 T Toluene diisocyanates (2,4- and 2,6-) 0.091 O 0.021 A 0.071 T 26471-62-5 Toxaphene (Polychlorinated 0.0031 I camphenes) 8001-35-2 1,1,1-Trichloroethane 71-55-6 5,000 A 11,000 T (Methyl chloroform) 1,1,2-Trichloroethane (Vinyl trichloride) 79-00-5 0.063 O Trichloroethene (TCE, 79-01-6 A 2.1 T 2.1 Tint 0.24 Trichloroethylene) 0.050 O 88-06-2 2,4,6-Trichlorophenol 0.30 96-18-4 1,2,3-Trichloropropane T I 1.8 O 2,800 O 200 121-44-8 Triethylamine 60 I 526-73-8 1,2,3-Trimethylbenzene 95-63-6 1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene I 60 60 I 108-67-8 1,3,5-Trimethylbenzene Urethane (Ethyl 0.0034 O carbamate) 51-79-6 0.10 T 0.80 T 7440-62-2 Vanadium (fume or dust) 1314-62-1 Vanadium pentoxide 0.00012 P 0.0070 P 30 O I 108-05-4 Vinyl acetate j 200 O 200 593-60-2 Vinyl bromide I 3.0 Item G 000177 11/15/2018 34 PROPOSED RULES

105 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page of 121 105 030 Table 3 OAR 340-245-8 Toxicity Reference Values Toxicity Reference Values (TRVs) Acute Chronic a c b Chronic Cancer Noncancer Noncancer 3 3 3 Notes Chemical CAS# (μg/m ) Notes Notes (μg/m (μg/m ) Notes ) 75-01-4 Vinyl chloride 0.11 I 100 I 1,300 T I 75-35-4 Vinylidene chloride j 200 200 I Xylene (mixture), -xylene, - including m o 220 p -xylene xylene, 1330-20-7 A 8,700 T Notes: TRV based on a 1 in 1 m a illion excess cancer risk. -1 3 -6 ]. ) / IUR, where IUR = chemical-specific inhalation unit risk value [(μg/m TRV = 1x10 3 b TRV based on chronic non-cancer value from authoritative sources (μg/m ). 3 ue from autho c non-cancer val TRV based on acute or subchroni c ritative sources (μg/m ). The TRVs presented for chromium are applicable to hexavalent d chromium. e DDT TRVs apply to the sum of DDT, DDE, and DDD compounds. f ickel compounds contain the following As recommended by the ATSAC in 2018, the two categories of n compounds: specific nickel Soluble nickel compounds are considered to be emitted mainly in aerosol form, to be less potent acetate, nickel chloride, nickel carbonate, carcinogens than insoluble nickel compounds, and include nickel nickel hydroxide, nicke exahydrate, nickel nitrate hexahydrate, nickel locene, nickel sulfate, nickel sulfate h carbonate hydroxide. Insoluble nickel compounds are considered to be emitted mainly in particulate form, to be more potent l subsulfide, nickel oxide, nickel sulfide, carcinogens than soluble nickel compounds, and to include nicke nickel metal. 0) and pentabrominated diphenyl ethers TRVs apply to octabrominated diphenyl ethers (CAS# 32536-52- g (CAS# 32534-81-9), including BDE-99. alency factor to 2,3,7,8-TCDD TRV. TRV for chronic cancer calculated by applying toxicity equiv h TRV for chronic can cer calculated by applying toxicity equivalency factor to benzo[a]pyrene TRV. i erence value is lower than the If the short-term toxicity ref ity reference value, the chronic noncancer toxic j rt-term toxicity reference value because chronic noncancer toxic ity reference value w as used for the sho ity reference values are generally more reliable. chronic noncancer toxic 3 . TRVs for asbestos and refractory ceramic fibers are in units of fibers/cm k m hronic noncancer TRV is also used as the Because benzo[a]pyrene can cause developmental effects, the c acute noncancer TRV. imately 60% chlorine by weight. n age chain length of C12, approx Chlorinated paraffins of aver es that the TRV applies to the sum of all An inorganic chemical designated with "and compounds" indicat o forms of the chemical, expressed as the inorganic element. G 000178 Item PROPOSED RULES 35 11/15/2018

106 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page of 121 106 Legend: A = ATSAC, DEQ Air Toxics Science Advisory Committee, 2018. calculated by applying toxic e A1 = ATSAC, 2018. TRV for cancer quivalency factor. A2 = Because the ATSAC decided it was inappropriate to develop an ABC based on carcinoge nic effects, DEQ did not obtain a cancer TRV from th e other authoritative sources. A3 = Because the ATSAC decided it was inappropriate to develop an ABC based on noncarci nogenic effects, DEQ did not obtain a TRV from the other authoritative sources. CAS# = Chemical Abstracts Service number I = IRIS, EPA integrated risk information system f Environmental Health Hazard Assessment ental Protection Agency, Office o O = OEHHA, California Environm eer reviewed toxicity value P = PPRTV, EPA preliminary p guideline concentration S = SGC, DEQ short-term y T = ATSDR, U.S. Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registr TEQ = toxic equivalency, relative to 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo - -dioxin. p Tint = ATSDR, intermediat e minimal risk level TRV = toxicity reference value , 468A.070, 468A.155 Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468.065, 468A.025, 468A.040, 468A.050 468A.035, 468A.040, Stats. Implemented: ORS 468.065, 468A.010, 468A.015, 468A.025, 468A.050, 468A.070, and 468A.155 Item G 000179 11/15/2018 36 PROPOSED RULES

107 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page of 121 107 340-245-8040 Table 4 Risk-Based Concentrations 040 Table 4 OAR 340-245-8 Risk-Based Concentrations Non-Residential Chronic Acute Residential Chronic Worker Child Non- Worker Non- Child Non- Cancer Non- cancer Cancer cancer Cancer a cancer RBC cancer a a a a RBC RBC RBC RBC a a RBC RBC 3 3 b 3 3 3 3 3 (μg/m (μg/m ) (μg/m CAS# ) (μg/m ) ) (μg/m ) (μg/m Chemical ) (μg/m Notes ) 12 75-07-0 Acetaldehyde 0.45 140 620 5.5 620 470 1.3 0.60 60-35-5 Acetamide 0.050 67-64-1 Acetone 31,000 140,000 140,000 62,000 260 60 260 75-05-8 Acetonitrile 0.35 1.5 1.5 6.9 107-02-8 Acrolein 0.12 79-06-1 Acrylamide g 0.0059 6.0 0.062 26 26 79-10-7 Acrylic acid 6,000 4.4 4.4 1.0 Acrylonitrile 0.015 5.0 0.38 22 0.18 22 220 107-13-1 0.0053 309-00-2 0.0024 0.00020 Aldrin Allyl chloride 4.4 2.0 4.4 107-05-1 1.0 4.3 0.17 22 22 5.0 7429-90-5 Aluminum and compounds l 500 2,200 2,200 1,200 7664-41-7 Ammonia 4.4 7.5 4.4 16 1.0 0.63 Aniline 62-53-3 0.30 1.3 1.3 7440-36-0 Antimony and compounds l 140-57-8 Aramite 0.14 3.7 1.7 2.4E-05 0.00017 0.0013 0.0024 7440-38-2 Arsenic and compounds l 0.00062 0.0024 0.20 0.066 0.20 0.066 0.015 7784-42-1 Arsine 4.3E-06 i 1332-21-4 Asbestos 0.00011 5.2E-05 0.84 103-33-3 0.39 0.032 Azobenzene Benzene 13 1.5 13 29 71-43-2 3.0 3.3 0.13 8.6E-05 4.4E-05 4.2E-06 g Benzidine (and its salts) 92-87-5 0.020 1.0 0.53 4.4 0.24 4.4 240 100-44-7 Benzyl chloride 0.0050 0.031 0.020 7440-41-7 Beryllium and compounds l 0.00042 0.0070 0.011 0.031 (2-chloroethyl) ether Bis 111-44-4 (DCEE) 0.037 0.0014 120 0.017 Item G 000180 11/15/2018 37 PROPOSED RULES

108 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 108 of 121 040 Table 4 OAR 340-245-8 Risk-Based Concentrations Residential Chronic Non-Residential Chronic Acute Child Worker Worker Non- Child Non- Non- Non- Cancer Cancer cancer cancer Cancer a RBC cancer cancer a a a a RBC RBC RBC RBC a a RBC RBC 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 b ) ) (μg/m ) ) (μg/m Notes Chemical (μg/m CAS# ) ) (μg/m (μg/m ) (μg/m (μg/m (chloromethyl) ether 7.7E-05 0.0020 0.00092 542-88-1 1.4 Bis Bis (2-ethylhexyl) phthalate 117-81-7 (DEHP) c 0.080 11 5.0 11 24 0.91 75-25-2 Bromoform Bromomethane (Methyl 3,900 22 74-83-9 22 5.0 bromide) 1-Bromopropane (n-propyl 0.48 33 12 150 5.7 150 106-94-5 1,700 bromide) 660 8.8 106-99-0 1,3-Butadiene 0.033 2.0 0.86 0.40 8.8 2-Butanone (Methyl ethyl 78-93-3 22,000 5,000 22,000 5,000 ketone) 78-92-2 sec -Butyl alcohol 30,000 130,000 130,000 0.0067 0.037 0.030 c, l 0.00056 0.0050 0.014 0.037 7440-43-9 Cadmium and compounds 9.7 2.2 Caprolactam 105-60-2 9.7 50 3,500 6,200 3,500 800 Carbon disulfide 75-15-0 0.17 2.0 440 1,900 Carbon tetrachloride 56-23-5 100 440 4.3 660 44 44 10 Carbonyl sulfide 463-58-1 Chlordane 57-74-9 0.010 0.26 0.020 0.088 0.12 0.088 0.20 1.0 0.48 108171-26-2 Chlorinated paraffins j 0.040 170 7782-50-5 Chlorine 0.15 0.66 0.66 0.60 10049-04-4 Chlorine dioxide 2.8 2.6 2.6 2-Chloroacetophenone 0.030 0.13 0.13 532-27-4 108-90-7 220 220 50 Chlorobenzene 1-Chloro-1,1- 50,000 220,000 220,000 75-68-3 difluoroethane Chlorodifluoromethane 220,000 50,000 (Freon 22) 220,000 75-45-6 Chloroethane (Ethyl 30,000 75-00-3 130,000 40,000 130,000 chloride) 490 1,300 300 1,300 Chloroform 67-66-3 Item G 000181 11/15/2018 38 PROPOSED RULES

109 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 109 of 121 040 Table 4 OAR 340-245-8 Risk-Based Concentrations Residential Chronic Non-Residential Chronic Acute Child Worker Worker Non- Child Non- Non- Non- Cancer Cancer cancer cancer Cancer a RBC cancer cancer a a a a RBC RBC RBC RBC a a RBC RBC 3 3 b 3 3 3 3 3 ) ) (μg/m ) ) (μg/m (μg/m Notes Chemical ) CAS# ) (μg/m (μg/m ) (μg/m (μg/m Chloromethane (Methyl 74-87-3 90 400 400 chloride) 1,000 4-Chloro- o - 95-83-0 phenylenediamine 0.22 5.7 2.6 76-06-2 Chloropicrin 0.40 1.8 1.8 29 20 88 0.040 0.0033 88 Chloroprene 0.087 126-99-8 95-69-2 p -Chloro- o -toluidine 0.013 0.34 0.16 Chromium VI, chromate 0.30 18540-29-9 and dichromate parti culate c, d 3.1E-05 0.083 0.00052 0.88 0.0010 0.88 Chromium VI, chromic 18540-29-9 c, d 3.1E-05 0.0021 0.00052 0.022 0.0010 0.022 0.0050 acid aerosol mist 0.10 7440-48-4 Cobalt and compounds l 0.44 0.44 Coke Oven Emissions g 0.00095 0.0100 0.019 100 l 7440-50-8 Copper and compounds -Cresidine 0.60 0.28 120-71-8 p 0.023 Cresols (mixture), - o -cresol, m including 600 cresol, 2,600 -cresol 2,600 1319-77-3 p 0.19 0.41 0.016 Cupferron 135-20-6 0.80 3.5 3.5 340 74-90-8 Cyanide, Hydrogen 110-82-7 Cyclohexane 6,000 26,000 26,000 0.010 50-29-3 DDT 0.12 0.27 e 2,4-Diaminoanisole 0.15 3.9 1.8 615-05-4 2,4-Diaminotoluene (2,4- 0.011 0.024 0.00091 Toluene diamine) 95-80-7 10 333-41-5 Diazinon 1,2-Dibromo-3- 9.8E-05 0.0010 0.88 0.0020 0.88 0.20 96-12-8 g chloropropane (DBCP) 1.9 p -Dichlorobenzene (1,4- 0.091 60 2.4 260 1.1 260 12,000 106-46-7 Dichlorobenzene) 0.035 0.076 0.0029 3,3'-Dichlorobenzidine 91-94-1 Item G 000182 11/15/2018 39 PROPOSED RULES

110 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 110 of 121 040 Table 4 OAR 340-245-8 Risk-Based Concentrations Residential Chronic Non-Residential Chronic Acute Child Worker Worker Non- Child Non- Non- Non- Cancer Cancer cancer cancer Cancer a RBC cancer cancer a a a a RBC RBC RBC RBC a a RBC RBC 3 3 b 3 3 3 3 3 ) ) (μg/m ) ) (μg/m (μg/m Notes Chemical ) CAS# ) (μg/m (μg/m ) (μg/m (μg/m 1,1-Dichloroethane 0.63 75-34-3 7.5 16 (Ethylidene dichloride) trans -1,2-dichloroethene 156-60-5 790 Dichloromethane 75-09-2 2,600 1,200 2,600 2,100 620 600 (Methylene chloride) 59 1,2-Dichloropropane 4.0 78-87-5 18 230 18 (Propylene dichloride) 140 3.0 140 6.5 32 0.25 1,3-Dichloropropene 542-75-6 36 0.54 2.4 2.4 18 62-73-7 Dichlorovos (DDVP) 0.00022 60-57-1 Dieldrin 0.0057 0.0026 0.10 Diesel Particulate Matter 22 1.2 22 2.6 5.0 Diethanolamine 0.20 0.88 0.88 111-42-2 Diethylene glycol 0.44 0.10 0.44 monobutyl ether 112-34-5 Diethylene glycol 0.30 1.3 1.3 111-90-0 monoethyl ether 40,000 1,1-Difluoroethane 180,000 180,000 75-37-6 4- Dimethylaminoazobenzene 0.0092 0.00077 60-11-7 0.020 350 350 80 Dimethyl formamide 68-12-2 0.49 57-14-7 1,1-Dimethylhydrazine 121-14-2 0.13 0.29 0.011 2,4-Dinitrotoluene 0.20 30 5.2 130 2.4 130 7,200 1,4-Dioxane 123-91-1 1,2-Diphenylhydrazine 122-66-7 0.0045 0.12 0.055 (Hydrazobenzene) 8.6E-05 0.00019 7.1E-06 1937-37-7 Direct Black 38 7.1E-06 2602-46-2 Direct Blue 6 0.00019 8.6E-05 Direct Brown 95 (technical 7.1E-06 0.00019 grade) 16071-86-6 8.6E-05 Disulfoton 6.0 298-04-4 1,300 0.52 13 1.1 3.0 0.043 13 Epichlorohydrin 106-89-8 Item G 000183 11/15/2018 40 PROPOSED RULES

111 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 111 of 121 040 Table 4 OAR 340-245-8 Risk-Based Concentrations Residential Chronic Non-Residential Chronic Acute Child Worker Worker Non- Child Non- Non- Non- Cancer Cancer cancer cancer Cancer a RBC cancer cancer a a a a RBC RBC RBC RBC a a RBC RBC 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 b ) ) (μg/m ) ) (μg/m Notes Chemical (μg/m CAS# ) ) (μg/m (μg/m ) (μg/m (μg/m 20 88 106-88-7 88 1,2-Epoxybutane Ethyl acrylate 140-88-5 35 35 8.0 10 1,100 4.8 1,100 22,000 Ethyl benzene 0.40 260 100-41-4 Ethylene dibromide (EDB, 40 0.020 40 0.043 9.0 0.0017 1,2-Dibromoethane) 106-93-4 Ethylene dichloride (EDC, 107-06-2 31 1,2-Dichloroethane) 31 1.0 7.0 0.038 0.46 400 1,800 1,800 2,000 107-21-1 Ethylene glycol Ethylene glycol monobutyl 82 360 360 29,000 ether 111-76-2 Ethylene glycol monoethyl ether 70 310 110-80-5 310 370 Ethylene glycol monoethyl 260 60 260 ether acetate 140 111-15-9 Ethylene glycol 60 260 260 93 109-86-4 monomethyl ether Ethylene glycol 4.4 4.4 monomethyl ether acetate 110-49-6 1.0 Ethylene oxide 30 0.0021 0.00020 g 75-21-8 130 0.0040 130 160 0.92 2.0 0.077 Ethylene thiourea 96-45-7 c 2.3 20 20 240 Fluorides 16 7782-41-4 Fluorine gas 9.0 0.17 4.3 40 2.0 40 49 Formaldehyde 50-00-0 Glutaraldehyde 0.080 0.35 0.35 4.1 111-30-8 76-44-8 Heptachlor 0.00077 0.020 0.0092 0.0046 0.010 1024-57-3 Heptachlor epoxide 0.00038 Hexachlorobenzene 0.0020 118-74-1 0.051 0.024 1.2 0.55 Hexachlorobutadiene 0.045 87-68-3 Hexachlorocyclohexanes (mixture) including but not 0.00017 c limited to: 0.0084 0.018 608-73-1 Item G 000184 11/15/2018 41 PROPOSED RULES

112 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 112 of 121 040 Table 4 OAR 340-245-8 Risk-Based Concentrations Residential Chronic Non-Residential Chronic Acute Child Worker Worker Non- Child Non- Non- Non- Cancer Cancer cancer cancer Cancer a RBC cancer cancer a a a a RBC RBC RBC RBC a a RBC RBC 3 3 b 3 3 3 3 3 ) ) (μg/m ) ) (μg/m (μg/m Notes Chemical ) CAS# ) (μg/m (μg/m ) (μg/m (μg/m Hexachlorocyclohexane, - 319-84-6 0.00017 0.018 0.0084 c alpha Hexachlorocyclohexane, 319-85-7 beta - c 0.00017 0.018 0.0084 Hexachlorocyclohexane, 0.030 0.065 c - (Lindane) 58-89-9 gamma 0.00060 0.88 0.88 110 77-47-4 0.20 Hexachlorocyclopentadiene 130 58,000 130 67-72-1 Hexachloroethane 30 Hexamethylene-1,6- 0.069 822-06-0 0.30 0.21 diisocyanate 0.30 3,100 3,100 Hexane 110-54-3 700 Hydrazine 0.00020 0.030 0.0053 0.13 0.0024 0.13 5.2 302-01-2 2,100 88 88 20 7647-01-0 Hydrochloric acid 19 16 7664-39-3 Hydrogen fluoride c 19 2.1 98 8.8 8.8 2.0 7783-06-4 Hydrogen sulfide 8,800 78-59-1 Isophorone 8,800 2,000 200 3,200 880 880 Isopropyl alcohol 67-63-0 Isopropylbenzene 98-82-8 400 1,800 1,800 (Cumene) c, l 0.15 0.66 0.66 0.15 7439-92-1 Lead and compounds 0.70 3.1 3.1 Maleic anhydride 108-31-6 0.090 0.40 0.40 0.30 7439-96-5 Manganese and compounds l 7439-97-6 Mercury and compounds 0.63 0.63 0.60 0.077 l c, Methanol 18,000 28,000 67-56-1 4,000 18,000 (2- bis 4,4'-Methylene 0.060 0.0023 101-14-4 chloroaniline) (MOCA) 0.028 4,4'-Methylenedianiline (and its dichloride) 0.00030 20 0.023 88 101-77-9 88 0.010 Methylene diphenyl diisocyanate (MDI) 0.35 0.080 0.35 12 101-68-8 Item G 000185 11/15/2018 42 PROPOSED RULES

113 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 113 of 121 040 Table 4 OAR 340-245-8 Risk-Based Concentrations Residential Chronic Non-Residential Chronic Acute Worker Child Non- Child Worker Non- Non- Cancer Non- cancer Cancer Cancer cancer a cancer cancer RBC a a a a RBC RBC RBC RBC a a RBC RBC 3 3 3 3 b 3 3 3 (μg/m Notes (μg/m ) ) CAS# Chemical (μg/m ) (μg/m ) (μg/m ) ) (μg/m (μg/m ) Methyl isobutyl ketone 13,000 3,000 (MIBK, Hexone) 108-10-1 13,000 1.0 4.4 4.4 624-83-9 Methyl isocyanate Methyl methacrylate 80-62-6 3,100 3,100 700 3.8 8,000 100 35,000 46 35,000 8,000 tert 1634-04-4 Methyl -butyl ether 0.10 0.0040 0.048 90-94-8 Michler's ketone c 16 200 3.7 Naphthalene 91-20-3 0.76 16 0.029 0.35 Nickel compounds, 0.10 0.0038 0.014 f insoluble 0.062 0.046 0.062 0.20 0.014 0.062 0.062 0.20 Nickel compounds, soluble f 86 7697-37-2 Nitric acid 9.0 0.025 0.65 40 0.30 40 Nitrobenzene 98-95-3 2-Nitropropane 20 88 88 79-46-9 0.0039 0.0084 0.00032 -butylamine n -Nitrosodi- N 924-16-3 55-18-5 0.0012 0.00062 5.9E-05 g -Nitrosodiethylamine N N 0.0013 0.0026 62-75-9 0.00013 -Nitrosodimethylamine g 4.6 10 0.38 -Nitrosodiphenylamine N 86-30-6 0.16 4.1 1.9 156-10-5 p -Nitrosodiphenylamine N -Nitrosodi- n -propylamine 0.00050 621-64-7 0.013 0.0060 10595-95-6 N -Nitrosomethylethylamine 0.00016 0.0041 0.0019 0.014 N 0.0063 0.00053 -Nitrosomorpholine 59-89-2 100-75-4 N -Nitrosopiperidine 0.00037 0.0096 0.0044 0.0017 0.020 0.043 -Nitrosopyrrolidine N 930-55-2 Oleum (fuming sulfuric 120 8014-95-7 acid) 0.020 Parathion 56-38-2 0.20 5.1 2.4 87-86-5 Pentachlorophenol Phenol 200 880 880 5,800 108-95-2 4.0 1.3 0.30 1.3 Phosgene 75-44-5 Item G 000186 11/15/2018 43 PROPOSED RULES

114 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 114 of 121 040 Table 4 OAR 340-245-8 Risk-Based Concentrations Residential Chronic Non-Residential Chronic Acute Child Worker Non- Worker Non- Child Non- Non- Cancer cancer Cancer cancer Cancer a cancer RBC cancer a a a a RBC RBC RBC RBC a a RBC RBC 3 3 b 3 3 3 3 3 (μg/m ) ) (μg/m (μg/m ) (μg/m ) Chemical ) (μg/m Notes ) (μg/m CAS# ) (μg/m 7803-51-2 Phosphine 0.80 3.5 3.5 44 44 7664-38-2 Phosphoric acid 10 20 12185-10-3 Phosphorus, white 40 40 9.0 85-44-9 20 88 88 Phthalic anhydride Polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) 6.0 h Polychlorinated biphenyls 0.00053 0.0092 0.020 c (PCBs) 1336-36-3 Polychlorinated biphenyls c 1.0E-09 1.3E-07 9.0E-08 2.6E-05 4.2E-08 2.6E-05 (PCBs) TEQ PCB 77 [3,3',4,4'- 32598-13-3 1.0E-05 0.0013 0.00090 0.26 0.00042 0.26 c tetrachlorobiphenyl] PCB 81 [3,4,4',5- tetrachlorobiphenyl] 70362-50-4 c 085 3.4E-06 0.00042 0.00030 0.085 0.00014 0. PCB 105 [2,3,3',4,4'- 3.4E-05 0.0042 0.0030 0.85 0.0014 0.85 c 32598-14-4 pentachlorobiphenyl] PCB 114 [2,3,4,4',5- pentachlorobiphenyl] 3.4E-05 0.0042 0.0030 0.85 0.0014 0.85 c 74472-37-0 PCB 118 [2,3',4,4',5- 31508-00-6 pentachlorobiphenyl] c 3.4E-05 0.0042 0.0030 0.85 0.0014 0.85 PCB 123 [2,3',4,4',5'- 65510-44-3 c 3.4E-05 0.0042 0.0030 0.85 0.0014 0.85 pentachlorobiphenyl] PCB 126 [3,3',4,4',5- pentachlorobiphenyl] 57465-28-8 0.00026 1.3E-06 9.0E-07 0.00026 4.2E-07 1.0E-08 c PCB 156 [2,3,3',4,4',5- hexachlorobiphenyl] c 3.4E-05 0.0042 0.0030 0.85 0.0014 0.85 38380-08-4 PCB 157 [2,3,3',4,4',5'- 69782-90-7 hexachlorobiphenyl] c 3.4E-05 0.0042 0.0030 0.85 0.0014 0.85 PCB 167 [2,3',4,4',5,5'- 52663-72-6 3.4E-05 0.0042 0.0030 0.85 0.0014 0.85 hexachlorobiphenyl] c PCB 169 [3,3',4,4',5,5'- 32774-16-6 .00085 3.4E-08 4.2E-06 3.0E-06 0.00085 1.4E-06 0 c hexachlorobiphenyl] PCB 189 [2,3,3',4,4',5,5'- heptachlorobiphenyl] c 0.00088 1.3 0.023 5.7 0.011 39635-31-9 5.7 Item G 000187 11/15/2018 44 PROPOSED RULES

115 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 115 of 121 040 Table 4 OAR 340-245-8 Risk-Based Concentrations Residential Chronic Non-Residential Chronic Acute Child Worker Non- Worker Non- Child Non- Non- Cancer cancer Cancer cancer Cancer a cancer RBC cancer a a a a RBC RBC RBC RBC a a RBC RBC 3 3 b 3 3 3 3 3 (μg/m ) ) (μg/m (μg/m ) Chemical (μg/m CAS# ) (μg/m (μg/m ) (μg/m Notes ) ) Polychlorinated dibenzo- p - dioxins (PCDDs) & dibenzofurans (PCDFs) 2.6E‐05 c 1.0E-09 1.3E-07 9.0E-08 2.6E-05 4.2E-08 TEQ 2,3,7,8-Tetrachlorodibenzo- 2.6E‐05 p c 1746-01-6 -dioxin (TCDD) 1.0E-09 1.3E-07 9.0E-08 2.6E-05 4.2E-08 1,2,3,7,8- Pentachlorodibenzo- - p 2.6E‐05 c 1.0E-09 1.3E-07 9.0E-08 2.6E-05 4.2E-08 40321-76-4 dioxin (PeCDD) 1,2,3,4,7,8- - p Hexachlorodibenzo- 6 1.0E-08 1.3E-06 9.0E-07 0.00026 4.2E-07 0.0002 c dioxin (HxCDD) 39227-28-6 1,2,3,6,7,8- - Hexachlorodibenzo- p 57653-85-7 dioxin (HxCDD) c 1.0E-08 1.3E-06 9.0E-07 0.00026 4.2E-07 0.0002 6 1,2,3,7,8,9- p - Hexachlorodibenzo- 19408-74-3 dioxin (HxCDD) c 1.0E-08 1.3E-06 9.0E-07 0.00026 4.2E-07 0.0002 6 1,2,3,4,6,7,8- - Heptachlorodibenzo- p 1.3E-05 dioxin (HpCDD) c 1.0E-07 35822-46-9 9.0E-06 0.0026 4.2E-06 0.0026 p - Octachlorodibenzo- c 3268-87-9 dioxin (OCDD) 3.4E-06 0.00042 0.00030 0.085 0.00014 0.085 2,3,7,8- Tetrachlorodibenzofuran 51207-31-9 (TcDF) c 1.0E-08 1.3E-06 9.0E-07 0.00026 4.2E-07 0.00026 1,2,3,7,8- Pentachlorodibenzofuran 57117-41-6 (PeCDF) c 3.4E-08 4.2E-06 3.0E-06 0.00085 1.4E-06 0.00085 2,3,4,7,8- Pentachlorodibenzofuran 57117-31-4 c 3.4E-09 4.2E-07 3.0E-07 8.5E-05 1.4E-07 8.5E-05 (PeCDF) 1,2,3,4,7,8- Hexachlorodibenzofuran 70648-26-9 1.0E-08 1.3E-06 9.0E-07 0.00026 4.2E-07 0.00026 c (HxCDF) 1,2,3,6,7,8- Hexachlorodibenzofuran 1.0E-08 1.3E-06 9.0E-07 0.00026 4.2E-07 0.00026 (HxCDF) c 57117-44-9 Item G 000188 11/15/2018 45 PROPOSED RULES

116 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 116 of 121 040 Table 4 OAR 340-245-8 Risk-Based Concentrations Residential Chronic Non-Residential Chronic Acute Child Worker Non- Worker Non- Child Non- Non- Cancer cancer Cancer cancer Cancer a cancer RBC cancer a a a a RBC RBC RBC RBC a a RBC RBC 3 3 b 3 3 3 3 3 (μg/m CAS# ) (μg/m ) (μg/m ) ) (μg/m ) (μg/m Chemical ) (μg/m Notes (μg/m ) 1,2,3,7,8,9- Hexachlorodibenzofuran (HxCDF) c 1.0E-08 1.3E-06 9.0E-07 0.00026 4.2E-07 0.00026 72918-21-9 2,3,4,6,7,8- Hexachlorodibenzofuran 60851-34-5 c (HxCDF) 1.0E-08 1.3E-06 9.0E-07 0.00026 4.2E-07 0.00026 1,2,3,4,6,7,8- Heptachlorodibenzofuran 67562-39-4 1.0E-07 1.3E-05 9.0E-06 0.0026 4.2E-06 0.0026 c (HpCDF) 1,2,3,4,7,8,9- Heptachlorodibenzofuran 1.0E-07 1.3E-05 9.0E-06 0.0026 4.2E-06 0.0026 c 55673-89-7 (HpCDF) Octachlorodibenzofuran 39001-02-0 3.4E-06 0.00042 0.00030 0.085 0.00014 0.085 c (OCDF) Polycyclic aromatic 4.3E-05 0.0030 0.0016 c, g hydrocarbons (PAHs) 0.0039 0.0076 c, g 0.00011 191-26-4 Anthanthrene c, g 0.00021 0.0078 0.015 56-55-3 Benz[a]anthracene 0.0088 0.0020 c, g 4.3E-05 0.0020 0.0016 0.0088 0.0030 Benzo[a]pyrene 50-32-8 c, g 5.3E-05 Benzo[b]fluoranthene 205-99-2 0.0038 0.0020 7.8E-05 0.00015 205-12-9 Benzo[c]fluorene c, g 2.1E-06 Benzo[g,h,i]perylene 191-24-2 c, g 0.0047 0.34 0.17 0.010 0.0052 c, g 0.00014 Benzo[j]fluoranthene 205-82-3 0.052 0.10 207-08-9 Benzo[k]fluoranthene c, g 0.0014 c, g 0.00043 218-01-9 Chrysene 0.016 0.030 27208-37-3 Cyclopenta[c,d]pyrene c, g 0.00011 0.0076 0.0039 c, g 4.3E-06 0.00016 0.00030 53-70-3 Dibenz[a,h]anthracene 192-65-4 Dibenzo[a,e]pyrene c, g 0.00011 0.0039 0.0076 c, g 4.7E-05 0.0034 189-64-0 Dibenzo[a,h]pyrene 0.0017 189-55-9 Dibenzo[a,i]pyrene c, g 7.1E-05 0.0051 0.0026 5.2E-05 191-30-0 c, g 1.4E-06 Dibenzo[a,l]pyrene 0.00010 c, g 0.00053 0.020 0.038 206-44-0 Fluoranthene Item G 000189 11/15/2018 46 PROPOSED RULES

117 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 117 of 121 040 Table 4 OAR 340-245-8 Risk-Based Concentrations Residential Chronic Non-Residential Chronic Acute Child Worker Worker Non- Child Non- Non- Non- Cancer Cancer cancer cancer Cancer a RBC cancer cancer a a a a RBC RBC RBC RBC a a RBC RBC 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 b ) ) (μg/m ) ) (μg/m Notes Chemical (μg/m CAS# ) ) (μg/m (μg/m ) (μg/m (μg/m 0.022 0.043 193-39-5 Indeno[1,2,3-cd]pyrene c, g 0.00061 4.3E-05 3697-24-3 5-Methylchrysene c, g 0.0016 0.0030 0.00016 0.00030 7496-02-8 6-Nitrochrysene c, g 4.3E-06 0.086 0.19 0.0071 7758-01-2 Potassium bromate 1120-71-4 1,3-Propane sultone 0.038 0.017 0.0014 35 35 8.0 Propionaldehyde 123-38-6 3,000 13,000 13,000 115-07-1 Propylene 0.27 20 1.2 1.2 6423-43-4 Propylene glycol dinitrate Propylene glycol 7,000 31,000 31,000 monomethyl ether 107-98-2 Propylene oxide 0.27 30 7.0 130 3.2 130 3,100 75-56-9 0.13 0.13 0.030 i Refractory Ceramic Fibers 5.0 7783-07-5 Selenide, hydrogen 2.0 7782-49-2 Selenium and compounds l Silica, crystalline 13 13 3.0 (respirable) 7631-86-9 8.0 1310-73-2 Sodium hydroxide 1,000 4,400 4,400 21,000 100-42-5 Styrene 4.4 7664-93-9 Sulfuric acid 1.0 4.4 120 0.70 Sulfur Mustard 505-60-2 120 4.4 1.0 7446-71-9 Sulfur trioxide 4.4 1,1,1,2-Tetrachloroethane 0.14 3.5 1.6 630-20-6 0.21 0.45 0.017 1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane 79-34-5 Tetrachloroethene 127-18-4 (Perchloroethylene) 41 180 46 180 100 41 3.8 80,000 811-97-2 350,000 350,000 1,1,1,2-Tetrafluoroethane 0.00059 0.015 62-55-5 Thioacetamide 0.0071 0.10 0.44 0.44 10 7550-45-0 Titanium tetrachloride Toluene 22,000 7,500 22,000 5,000 108-88-3 Item G 000190 11/15/2018 47 PROPOSED RULES

118 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting of 121 Page 118 040 Table 4 OAR 340-245-8 Risk-Based Concentrations Non-Residential Chronic Residential Chronic Acute Worker Child Non- Worker Child Non- Non- Non- Cancer Cancer cancer cancer Cancer a RBC cancer cancer a a a a RBC RBC RBC RBC a a RBC RBC 3 b 3 3 3 3 3 3 Chemical (μg/m (μg/m (μg/m ) (μg/m ) CAS# ) Notes (μg/m ) (μg/m ) (μg/m ) ) Toluene diisocyanates (2,4- 26471-62-5 0.021 2.4 0.092 1.1 0.092 0.071 0.091 and 2,6-) Toxaphene (Polychlorinated 0.081 0.038 camphenes) 0.0031 8001-35-2 1,1,1-Trichloroethane (Methyl chloroform) 22,000 11,000 22,000 5,000 71-55-6 1,1,2-Trichloroethane 79-00-5 0.063 1.6 0.75 (Vinyl trichloride) Trichloroethene (TCE, 2.1 79-01-6 3.5 Trichloroethylene) g 0.20 2.1 9.2 2.9 9.2 88-06-2 0.60 1.3 0.050 2,4,6-Trichlorophenol 1,2,3-Trichloropropane 0.30 1.3 1.3 1.8 96-18-4 121-44-8 880 880 2,800 200 Triethylamine 1,2,3-Trimethylbenzene 260 260 526-73-8 60 95-63-6 1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene 60 260 260 60 260 260 1,3,5-Trimethylbenzene 108-67-8 Urethane (Ethyl carbama te) g 0.0020 0.021 0.041 51-79-6 0.80 7440-62-2 Vanadium (fume or dust) 0.10 0.44 0.44 4 0.031 1314-62-1 Vanadium pentoxide 30 0.00012 0.0070 0.0031 0.031 0.001 200 880 880 Vinyl acetate 108-05-4 200 Vinyl bromide 3.0 13 13 593-60-2 1,300 440 2.7 440 0.22 100 0.11 75-01-4 Vinyl chloride g, k 200 880 880 200 75-35-4 Vinylidene chloride Xylene (mixture), including - -xylene, o -xylene, m p 1330-20-7 220 970 970 8,700 xylene Notes: RBC = Risk-Based Concentration a b CAS# = Chemical Abs tracts Service number Item G 000191 11/15/2018 48 PROPOSED RULES

119 tables Attachment Division 245, including A: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 119 of 121 s for multipathway risk. Chronic RBCs include factor c chromium. In the absence of data m are applicable to hexavalent The RBCs presented for chromiu d peciated) that is measured or modeled is indicating otherwise, assume that any total chromium (i.e., uns entirely in the hexav , based on informatio alent form. Determine n about the source of emissions, whether ponding RBC. Because and apply the corres hexavalent chromium is emitted in aerosol or particulate form, hromium, a source determined t o be emitting only trivalent chromium there are no RBCs for trivalent c is case will be considered acceptable. cannot be shown to pose an unacceptable risk, so the risk in th DDT RBCs apply to the sum of e DDT, DDE, and DDD compounds. f As recommended by DEQ’s Air Toxics Science Advisory Committe e (ATSAC) in 2018, the two categories of nickel compounds contain the following specific nickel compounds: Soluble nickel compounds are considered to be emitted mainly in aerosol form, to be less potent acetate, nickel chloride, nickel carbonate, carcinogens than insoluble nickel compounds, and include nickel exahydrate, nickel nitrate hexahydrate, nickel nickel hydroxide, nicke locene, nickel sulfate, nickel sulfate h carbonate hydroxide. Insoluble nickel compounds are considered to be emitted mainly in particulate form, to be more potent l subsulfide, nickel oxide, nickel sulfide, carcinogens than soluble nickel compounds, and to include nicke nickel metal. RBCs adjusted to protect early-life exposure t o infants and children because chemi cal is carcinogenic by a g mutagenic mode of action. h RBCs apply to octabrominated diphenyl ethers (CAS# 32536-52-0) and pentabrominated diphenyl ethers (CAS# 32534-81-9), including BDE-99. 3 . i RBCs for asbestos and refractory ceramic fibers are in units of fibers/cm j Chlorinated paraffins of aver age chain length of C12, approx imately 60% chlorine by weight. mmendation to develop a vinyl chl oride TRV that alr eady includes early- k DEQ followed the ATSAC reco life exposure. es that the RBC applies to the sum of all l An inorganic chemical designated with "and compounds" indicat forms of the chemical, expressed as the inorganic element. Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468.065, 468A.025, 468A.040, 468A.050 , 468A.070, 468A.155 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468.065, 468A.010, 468A.015, 468A.025, 468A.035, 468A.040, 468A.050, 468A.070, and 468A.155 Item G 000192 11/15/2018 49 PROPOSED RULES

120 Division Attachment A: 245, including tables OAR 340-245-8050 Table 5 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Nov. Level 1 Risk Assessment Tool of 121 Page 120 Dispersion Factors 3 / pounds/year) g/m μ Table 5A: Stack Emission Dispersion Factors for Annual Exposure ( Exposure Location Distance (meters) Stack 150 160 170 ) 60 70 80 90 50 100 110 120 130 140 Ht (m 0.0033 0.0026 0.0021 0.0017 0.0014 0.0012 0.0010 0.00088 0.00076 0.00066 0.00058 0.00051 0.00046 5 0052 0.00048 0.00044 0.00041 10 0.0014 0.0012 0.0011 0.00094 0.00084 0.00075 0.00068 0.00062 0.00057 0.0 15 0.00075 0.00061 0.00054 0.00049 0.00044 0.00040 0.00037 0.00034 0.00031 0.00029 0.00027 0.00025 0.00024 0.00072 0.00054 0.00035 0.00031 0.00028 0.00026 0.00023 0.00022 0.00020 0.00019 0.00017 0.00016 0.00015 20 0.00050 0.00041 0.00035 0.00025 0.00019 0.00018 0.00016 0.00015 0.00014 0.00013 0.00012 0.00012 0.00011 25 0.000096 0.000090 0.000085 0.000080 30 0.00037 0.00030 0.00026 0.00023 0.00019 0.00013 0.00012 0.00011 0.00010 35 0.00030 0.00023 0.00019 0.00017 0.0 0015 0.00013 0.00011 0.000081 0.000075 0.000071 0.000068 0.000064 0.000061 064 0.000054 0.000051 0.000049 0.000047 40 0.00023 0.00019 0.00015 0.00013 0.00012 0.00011 0.000096 0.000081 0.000 45 0.00018 0.00016 0.00013 0.00011 0.000095 0.000085 0.000078 0.000072 0.0 00063 0.000053 0.000042 0.000038 0.000037 000053 0.000048 0.000042 0.000035 0.000029 50 0.00014 0.00013 0.00011 0.000090 0.000077 0.000068 0.000062 0.000057 0. Exposure Location Distance (meters) Stack 500 ) 180 190 200 250 1000 800 700 600 300 400 350 450 Ht (m 5 0.00041 0.00037 0.00034 0.00023 0.0 0017 0.00013 0.00010 0.000084 0.000071 0.000052 0.000040 0.000032 0.000022 064 0.000047 0.000036 0.000029 0.000021 10 0.00038 0.00035 0.00033 0.00023 0.00017 0.00013 0.000098 0.000078 0.000 15 0.00023 0.00021 0.00020 0.00016 0.00013 0.00010 0.000083 0.000069 0.000 057 0.000041 0.000032 0.000025 0.000018 20 0.00014 0.00014 0.00013 0.00010 0.000086 0.000073 0.000062 0.000053 0.0 00046 0.000035 0.000027 0.000021 0.000015 0.00010 0.000096 0.000091 0.000072 0.000034 0.000027 0.000022 0.000018 0.000013 0.000059 0.000051 0.000044 0.000039 25 30 0.000075 0.000071 0.000068 0.000053 0.000044 0.000037 0.000032 0.00002 8 0.000025 0.000021 0.000017 0.000014 0.000010 0.000058 0.000055 0.000052 0.000042 0.000034 0.000029 0.000025 0.00002 2 0.000019 0.000016 0.000014 0.000011 0.000008 35 8 0.000016 0.000013 0.000011 0.000009 0.000007 0.000028 0.000023 0.000020 0.00001 0.000045 0.000043 0.000041 0.000033 40 5 0.000013 0.000011 0.000009 0.000008 0.000006 0.000023 0.000019 0.000017 0.00001 0.000036 0.000034 0.000033 0.000027 45 50 0.000027 0.000026 0.000026 0.000022 2 0.000011 0.000009 0.000007 0.000006 0.000005 0.000019 0.000016 0.000014 0.00001 3 / pounds/day) μ Table 5B: Stack Emission Dispersion Factors for 24 hour Exposure ( g/m Exposure Location Distance (meters) Stack 100 110 120 ) 140 50 150 160 170 60 70 80 90 130 Ht (m 6.1 5.2 4.4 3.8 3.2 2.7 2.4 2.1 1.8 1.6 1.4 5 8.3 7.1 2.2 1.5 3.4 3.1 2.8 2.6 2.4 3.8 2.1 2.0 1.8 1.7 1.6 10 0.87 15 1.8 1.6 1.6 1.5 1.4 1.3 1.2 1.1 1.1 1.00 0.95 0.91 0.91 0.56 0.54 1.6 0.82 0.77 0.73 0.69 0.65 0.62 0.59 20 1.3 0.86 0.36 25 0.97 0.93 0.85 0.64 0.52 0.50 0.48 0.46 0.44 0.42 0.40 0.38 0.32 0.26 0.62 0.59 0.57 0.55 0.34 30 0.31 0.30 0.29 0.28 0.27 0.49 0.34 0.29 0.22 0.21 0.21 0.20 0.38 0.20 0.19 0.42 35 0.41 0.37 0.39 0.29 0.28 0.28 0.27 0.26 0.25 0.22 0.17 0.15 0.15 0.15 0.14 40 0.30 0.19 45 0.11 0.12 0.22 0.16 0.17 0.11 0.19 0.20 0.20 0.21 0.21 0.22 0.14 0.12 0.10 0.082 0.16 0.16 0.16 0.16 0.16 50 0.13 0.15 0.15 0.14 Exposure Location Distance (meters) Stack ) 500 600 700 800 1000 180 250 300 350 400 450 190 200 Ht (m 0.13 0.092 1.2 1.1 0.72 0.55 0.44 1.3 0.30 0.26 0.20 0.16 5 0.36 1.4 1.3 1.3 0.12 0.088 0.91 0.67 0.50 0.38 0.30 0.25 0.18 0.14 10 0.13 0.43 0.36 0.10 0.075 0.64 0.53 0.30 0.25 0.18 0.77 0.80 0.83 15 0.23 0.20 0.16 0.12 0.096 0.064 20 0.52 0.49 0.48 0.40 0.35 0.31 0.27 0.23 0.21 0.35 0.34 0.32 0.27 25 0.12 0.100 0.082 0.057 0.15 0.17 0.19 0.25 0.23 0.24 0.11 0.095 0.078 0.066 0.048 30 0.12 0.13 0.15 0.17 0.19 0.13 35 0.18 0.18 0.17 0.15 0.11 0.099 0.090 0.083 0.072 0.062 0.053 0.040 0.14 0.14 0.13 0.11 0.10 0.088 0.078 0.070 0.064 0.056 0.049 0.044 0.033 40 0.11 0.10 0.092 0.081 0.072 0. 065 0.058 0.053 0.045 0.040 0.036 0.028 45 0.11 24 0.081 0.080 0.079 0.072 0.065 0.059 0.053 0.048 0.044 0.037 0.032 0.029 0.0 50 Use of stack emission dispersion factors in a Level 1 screening risk assessment: t, select the appropriate stack height and distance from the stack approved by For each Toxics Emissions Uni to nearest exposure locations DEQ. For each exposure loca tion, find the corresponding annual dispersion factor in Table 5A. F or each toxic air contaminant, multiply the e toxic air ion rate (in pounds/year) by the dispersion factor. Divide t annual toxic air contaminant emiss he product by the RBC for all th xposure location in OAR 340-2 45-8040 Table 4. Add up the resulting ratios for all Toxic Emis sions Units for contaminants for the appropriate e ily emission he results with the Risk Actio n Levels in OAR 340-245-8010 Tabl e 1. Repeat the process for da each exposure location. Compare t rates (in pounds/day) using Tabl e 5B at the acute exposure loca tion. on factor. For an t, or interpolate the dispersi For a stack height between the values shown in the table, either use the next lowest stack heigh e, either use the next lowest distance, or interpolate the disp een the values shown in the tabl exposure location distance betw ersion factor. For xposure locations greater than stack heights greater than 50 meters, use the appropriate dispersion factor for 50 meters. For e 1,000 meters from the stack, use the appropria meters. In the absence of a known stack height and exposure location distance, te dispersion factor at 1,000 sion factor (0.0033 μg/m3 / pounds/year) and daily dispersion factor (8.3 μg/m3 / pounds/day) for a stack use as a default the annual disper rs. height of 5 meters and an exposure location distance of 50 mete Item G 000193 Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468.065, 468A.025, 468A.040, 468A.050, 468A.070, 468A.155 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468.065, 468A.010, 468A.015, 468A.025, 468A.035, 468A.040, 468A.050, 468A.070, and 468A.155 PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018

121 Division Attachment A: 245, including tables OAR 340-245-8050 Table 5 EQC 15-16, Nov. meeting 2018, Level 1 Risk Assessment Tool 121 Page of 121 Dispersion Factors 3 ure ( Table 5C: Fugitive Emission Dispersion Factors for Annual Expos μ g/m / pounds/year) Building Area Building Exposure Location Distance (meters) (1,000 ft2) Height (ft 170 50 ) 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 130 140 150 160 ≤3 ≤20 0.0045 0.0033 0.0026 0.0020 0.0017 0.0014 0.0012 0.0010 0.00089 0.00078 0.00069 0.00062 0.00056 >3 to 6 ≤20 0.0044 0.0032 0.0025 0.0020 0.0016 0.0014 0.0012 0.0010 0.00088 0.00077 0.00069 0.00061 0.00055 >20 0.0041 0.0031 0.0024 0.0019 0.0016 0.0013 0.0011 0.0010 0.00086 0.00076 0.00067 0.00060 0.00054 >3 to 6 >6 to 10 ≤20 0.0044 0.0033 0.0025 0.0020 0.0017 0.0014 0.0012 0.0010 0.00088 0.00077 0.00069 0.00062 0.00055 >6 to 10 >20 0.0037 0.0028 0.0022 0.0018 0.0015 0.0013 0.0011 0.0010 0.00083 0.00074 0.00066 0.00059 0.00053 >10 to 15 ≤20 0.0044 0.0033 0.0025 0.0020 0.0017 0.0014 0.0012 0.0010 0.00088 0.00077 0.00069 0.00062 0.00055 >10 to 15 >20 0.0034 0.0027 0.0021 0.0018 0.0015 0.0012 0.0011 0.00093 0.00081 0.00072 0.00064 0.00058 0.00052 >15 to 30 ≤20 0.0043 0.0032 0.0025 0.0020 0.0016 0.0014 0.0012 0.0010 0.00088 0.00077 0.00069 0.00061 0.00055 >15 to 30 >20 0.0034 0.0027 0.0021 0.0018 0.0015 0.0012 0.0011 0.00093 0.00082 0.00072 0.00065 0.00058 0.00052 >20 0.0022 0.0018 0.0015 0.0013 0.0011 0.0010 0.00086 0.00076 0.00068 0.00061 0.00055 0.00050 0.00046 >30 Building Area Building Exposure Location Distance (meters) (1,000 ft2) Height (ft 700 200 300 180 ) 190 350 400 450 1000 800 500 600 250 ≤3 ≤20 0.00050 0.00046 0.00042 0.00029 0.00021 0.00016 0.00013 0.00010 0.000087 0.000064 0.000049 0.000039 0.000027 >3 to 6 ≤20 0.00050 0.00046 0.00042 0.00028 0.00021 0.00016 0.00013 0.00010 0.000087 0.000064 0.000049 0.000039 0.000027 >3 to 6 >20 0.00049 0.00045 0.00041 0.00028 0.00021 0.00016 0.00013 0.00010 0.000087 0.000064 0.000049 0.000039 0.000027 >6 to 10 ≤20 0.00050 0.00046 0.00042 0.00028 0.00021 0.00016 0.00013 0.00010 0.000087 0.000064 0.000049 0.000039 0.000027 >6 to 10 >20 0.00048 0.00044 0.00041 0.00028 0.00020 0.00016 0.00013 0.00010 0.000086 0.000064 0.000049 0.000039 0.000027 >10 to 15 ≤20 0.00050 0.00046 0.00042 0.00028 0.00021 0.00016 0.00013 0.00010 0.000087 0.000064 0.000049 0.000039 0.000027 >10 to 15 >20 0.00048 0.00044 0.00040 0.00028 0.00020 0.00016 0.00012 0.00010 0.000086 0.000063 0.000049 0.000039 0.000027 >15 to 30 ≤20 0.00050 0.00046 0.00042 0.00028 0.00021 0.00016 0.00013 0.00010 0.000087 0.000064 0.000049 0.000039 0.000027 >15 to 30 >20 0.00048 0.00044 0.00040 0.00028 0.00020 0.00016 0.00013 0.00010 0.000086 0.000063 0.000049 0.000039 0.000027 >30 >20 0.00042 0.00039 0.00036 0.00025 0.00019 0.00015 0.00012 0.00010 0.000083 0.000061 0.000048 0.000038 0.000027 3 / pounds/day) sure ( Table 5D: Fugitive Emission Dispersion Factors for 24 hour Expo g/m μ Building Area Building Exposure Location Distance (meters) (1,000 ft2) Height (ft 80 100 110 120 130 140 150 160 170 70 60 50 ) 90 2.9 2.4 2.0 1.7 1.4 1.2 1.1 0.97 0.87 0.78 0.71 ≤3 ≤20 4.8 3.7 1.2 1.1 0.95 0.84 0.76 0.68 0.62 3.1 2.5 2.0 1.7 1.4 >3 to 6 ≤20 4.1 1.2 1.0 0.90 0.80 0.72 0.65 0.59 1.3 1.6 1.9 2.2 2.8 >3 to 6 >20 3.5 1.4 1.7 2.0 1.1 0.94 0.84 0.75 0.68 0.62 3.1 >6 to 10 ≤20 4.0 1.2 2.5 1.5 1.8 2.1 >6 to 10 >20 3.3 2.6 1.1 0.97 0.86 0.77 0.69 0.63 0.57 1.3 2.0 >10 to 15 ≤20 4.0 3.1 1.1 0.94 0.84 0.75 0.68 0.62 1.2 1.4 1.7 2.4 1.4 1.2 1.1 0.93 0.83 0.74 0.67 0.61 0.56 >10 to 15 >20 2.9 2.4 2.0 1.6 2.9 1.2 1.6 1.4 1.9 2.3 >15 to 30 ≤20 3.7 1.0 0.92 0.82 0.74 0.67 0.61 >15 to 30 >20 2.9 1.4 1.6 1.2 1.9 2.3 1.0 0.92 0.82 0.74 0.67 0.60 0.55 >30 >20 1.8 1.5 1.3 1.2 1.0 0.92 0.82 0.73 0.66 0.60 0.55 0.51 0.47 Exposure Location Distance (meters) Building Area Building (1,000 ft2) Height (ft ) 180 190 200 250 300 350 400 450 500 600 700 800 1000 ≤3 ≤20 0.65 0.59 0.55 0.38 0.29 0.22 0.18 0.15 0.13 0.095 0.074 0.060 0.043 >3 to 6 ≤20 0.57 0.52 0.48 0.33 0.25 0.20 0.16 0.13 0.11 0.083 0.065 0.053 0. 038 >3 to 6 >20 0.54 0.50 0.46 0.32 0.24 0.19 0.15 0.13 0.11 0.081 0.064 0.052 0. 037 0.20 0.16 0.13 0.11 0.083 0.065 0.053 0.038 >6 to 10 ≤20 0.56 0.52 0.48 0.33 0.25 0.19 0.15 0.12 0.11 0.080 0.063 0.051 0.036 >6 to 10 >20 0.53 0.48 0.45 0.31 0.24 >10 to 15 ≤20 0.56 0.52 0.48 0.33 0.25 0.19 0.16 0.13 0.11 0.083 0.065 0.053 0.038 >10 to 15 >20 0.51 0.47 0.43 0.31 0.23 0.18 0.15 0.12 0.10 0.078 0.062 0.050 0.035 >15 to 30 ≤20 0.55 0.51 0.47 0.33 0.25 0.19 0.16 0.13 0.11 0.083 0.065 0.053 0.037 >15 to 30 >20 0.51 0.47 0.43 0.31 0.23 0.18 0.15 0.12 0.10 0.078 0.062 0.050 0.035 >30 >20 0.43 0.40 0.37 0.27 0.21 0.17 0.14 0.12 0.098 0.075 0.059 0.048 0.034 Use of fugitive emission dispersion factors in a Level 1 screen ing risk assessment: For each Toxics Emissions Unit, select the appropriate building dimensions and distance from building to nearest exposure locations approved by DEQ. For each exposure location, find the corresponding annual dispersion factor in Table 5C. For each toxic air contaminant, multiply the annual toxic air contaminant emission rate (in pounds/year) by the dis air contaminants for the persion factor. Divide the product by the RBC for all the toxic appropriate exposure location in OAR 340-245-8040 Table 4. Add exposure location. up the resulting ratios for all Toxic Emissions Units for each ounds/day) using Compare the results with the Risk Action Levels in OAR 340-245-8010 Table 1. Repeat the process for daily emission rates (in p Table 5D at the acute exposure location. For an exposure location distance between the values shown in t he table, either use the next lowest distance, or interpolate t he dispersion factor. For exposure locations greater than 1,000 meters from the build ing, use the appropriate dispersi on factor at 1,000 meters. In the absence of known fault, the annual dispersion fact ) and daily or (0.0045 μg/m3 / pounds/year building dimensions and exposure location distance, use as a de 50 meters. dispersion factor (4.8 μg/m3 / pounds/day) for a building area of ≤ 3,000 ft2, height of ≤20 ft, and exposure location distance of , 468A.025, 468A.040, 468A.050, 468A.070, 468A.155 Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468.065 Item G 000194 468A.035, 468A.040, 468A.050, 468A.070, and 468A.155 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468.065, 468A.010, 468A.015, 468A.025, PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018

122 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 1 of 102 DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY DIVISION 12 ENFORCEMENT PROCEDURE AND CIVIL PENALTIES 340-012-0030, Definitions erm in the appropriate substantive All terms used in this division have the meaning given to the t mmon and ordinary meaning unless statute or rule or, in the absence of such definition, their co xt or defined below: otherwise required by conte d in a written any violation cite (1) "Alleged Violation" means notice issued by DEQ or other government agency. (2) "Class I Equivalent," whic n the civil penalty h is used to determine the value of the "P" factor i formula, means two Class II vi olations, one Class II and two Cl ass III violations, or three Class III violations. ronmental Quality Commission. (3) "Commission" means the Envi le statutes, and commission or (4) "Compliance" means meeting t he requirements of the applicab or orders. , permit attachments DEQ rules, permits (5) "Conduct" means an act or omission. or of DEQ or the director's authorized deputies or officers. (6) "Director" means the direct (7) "DEQ" means the Department of Environmental Quality. (8) “Expedited Enforcement Offer” (EEO) means a written offer b y DEQ to settle an alleged violation pursuant toin accordance with the expedited procedure described in OAR 340-012- 0170(2). (9) “Field Penalty” as used i n this division, has the meaning g iven that term in OAR chapter 340, division 150. (10) "Final Order and Stipulated Penalty Demand Notice" means a written notice issued to a respondent by DEQ demanding payment of a stipulated penalty pursuant to as required by the EQ. into between the respondent and D terms of an agreement entered (11) "Flagrant" or "flagrantly" means the respondent had actual knowledge that the conduct was unlawful and consciously set out to commit the violation. B-1 PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 Item G 000195

123 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 2 of 102 (12) "Formal Enforcement Action" (FEA) means a proceeding initi ated by DEQ that entitles a person to a contested case heari ng or that settles such entitle ment, including, but not limited to, Stipulated Penalty Demand Notices of Civil Penalty Assessment and Order, Final Order and Notices, department or commission orders originating with the O ffice of Compliance and and Orders, accepted Expedited En Enforcement, Mutual Agreement forcement Offers, Field consent orders. Penalties, and other (13) "Intentional" means the re spondent acted with a conscious objective to cause the result of the conduct. (14) "Magnitude of the Violation" means the extent and effects of a respondent's deviation from statutory requirements, rules , standards, permits or orders. (15) "Negligence" or "Negligent" means the respondent failed to take reasonable care to avoid a foreseeable risk of conduct constituting or resulting in a viol ation. (16) “Notice of Civil Penalty Assessment and Order” means a not ice provided under OAR 137- 003-0505 to notify a person that DEQ has initiated a formal enf orcement action that includes a financial penalty and may i nclude an order to comply. (17) "Pre-Enforcement Notice" (PEN) means an informal written n otice of an alleged violation that DEQ is considering for formal enforcement. s not limited to, individuals, cor (18) "Person" includes, but i porations, associations, firms, partnerships, trusts, joint s tock companies, public and municip al corporations, political ment and its agencies. subdivisions, states and their agencies, and the federal govern in an FEA, with or without (PSA) means any violation cited (19) "Prior Significant Action" admission of a violation, that be comes final by payment of a ci vil penalty, by a final order of the commission or DEQ, or by j udgment of a court. (20) "Reckless" or "Recklessly" means the respondent consciously disregarded a substantial and unjustifiable risk that the resu lt would occur or that the circ umstance existed. The risk must be of d a gross deviation from the standard such a nature and degree that dis regarding that risk constitute of care a reasonable person woul d observe in that situation. (21) "Residential Owner-Occupant" means the natural person who owns or otherwise possesses a single family dwelling unit, and w ho occupies that dwelling at the time of the alleged violation. The violation must involve or r elate to the normal uses of a dw elling unit. t action (FEA). (22) "Respondent" means the person named in a formal enforcemen (23) "Systematic" means any vi olation that oc curred or occurs on a regular basis. permit der, license, permit, (24) "Violation" means a tran sgression of any statute, rule, or or any part thereof and includes both acts and omissions. attachment, B-2 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000196

124 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 3 of 102 s an informal written notice of an alleged violation for which (25) "Warning Letter" (WL) mean formal enforcement is not anticipated. (26) "Willful" means the respondent had a conscious objective t o cause the result of the conduct and the respondent knew or had reason to know that the result w as not lawful. Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020 & 468.130 Stats. iImplemented: ORS 459.376, 459.995, 465.900, 468.090-140, 466.880 - 466.895, 468.996 - 468.997, 468A.990 -468A.992 & 468B.220 25-74; DEQ 22-1984, f. & ef. 11-8-84; DEQ 22-1988, f. & cert. ef. Hist.: DEQ 78, f. 9-6-74, ef. 9- cert. ef. 3-30-90; DEQ 21-1992, 9-14-88; DEQ 4-1989, f. & cert. ef. 3-14-89; DEQ 15-1990, f. & 19-1998, f. & cert. ef. 10-12-98; f. & cert. ef. 8-11-92; DEQ 4-1994, f. & cert. ef. 3-14-94; DEQ f. 6-1-05; DEQ 14-2008, f. & cert. ef. 11-10-08; DEQ 1-2014, f. & DEQ 4-2005, f. 5-13-05, cert. e cert. ef. 1-6-14 340-012-0053, Classification of Violation s that Apply to all Programs (1) Class I : (a) Violating a requirement or condition of a commission or department order, consent order, agreement, consent judgment (form ecree) or compliance schedule erly called judicial consent d contained in a permit or permit attachment ; (b) Submitting false, inaccurate or incomplete information to D EQ where the submittal masked a pret any substantive fact; rm, or caused DEQ to misinter violation, caused environmental ha o premises or records as require d by statute, permit, order, consent (c) Failing to provide access t order, agreement or consent judgm ent (formerly called judicial consent decree); or (d) Using fraud or deceit to obtain DEQ approval, permit, permit attachment, certification, or license. Class II lassified requirement. : Violating any otherwise unc (2) Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020 & 468.130 Stats. Implemented: ORS 459.376, 459.995, 465.900, 465.992, 466.990 - 466.994, 468.090 - 468.140 & 468B.450 ef. 6-1-05; DEQ 4-2006, f. 3-29-06, cert. ef. 3-31-06; DEQ 1- Hist.: DEQ 4-2005, f. 5-13-05, cert. 2014, f. & cert. ef. 1-6-14 340-012-0054, Air Quality Classification of Violations PROPOSED RULES B-3 11/15/2018 Item G 000197

125 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 4 of 102 Class I : (1) ithout first obtaining a required modifying an existing source w (a) Constructing a new source or PSD) permit; ignificant Deterioration (NSR/ New Source Review/Prevention of S , as defined in OAR 340-245-0020, without first obtaining a required (b) Constructing a new source s required under OAR 340-245- Air Contaminant Discharge Permit that includes permit condition mplying with Cleaner Air Oregon rules under OAR 340- 0005 through 340-245-8050 or without co 245-0005 through 340-245-8050; der OAR 340-245-0050; (c) Failing to conduct a source risk assessment, as required un ay as to require a permit modification under OAR 340-245- (d) Modifying a source in such a w tted levels under OAR 340-245- 0005 through 340-245-8050, that would increase risk above permi 0005 through 340-245-8050 without fir st obtaining such approval from DEQ; (eb) Operating a major source, a s defined in OAR 340-200-0020, wit hout first obtaining the required permit; (f) Operating an existing source, as defined in OAR 340-245-002 0, after a submittal deadline under OAR 340-245-0030 without having submitted a complete application for a Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Addendum required under OAR 340-245-0005 thr ough 340-245-8050; (gc) Exceeding a Plant Site Emission Limit (PSEL); ource under OAR 340- icable to a s (h) Exceeding a risk limit, including a Source Risk Limit, appl 245-0100; (id) Failing to install cont rol equipment or meet emission limits, operating limits, work practice requirements, or performance standards as re quired by New Source Performance St andards under OAR 340 division 238 or National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutant Standards under OAR 340 division 244; (je) Exceeding a hazardous air pollutant emission limitation; (kf) Failing to comply with an Emergency Action Plan; (lg) Exceeding an opacity or emission limit (including a grain loa ding standard) or violating an operational or process standa rd, that was established pursuant tounder New Source t Deterioration (NSR/PSD); Review/Prevention of Significan (mh) Exceeding an emission limit or violating an operational or pr ocess standard that was established to limit emissions t o avoid classification as a major source, as defined in OAR 340- 200-0020; B-4 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000198

126 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 5 of 102 (n) Exceeding an emission limit or violating an operational limit, process limit, or work practice requirement that was establishe d to limit risk or emissions to avoid exceeding an applicable Risk ment under OAR 340-245-0005 through 340-245-8050; Action Level or other require ncluding a grain loading standard, by a major source, as defined (oi) Exceeding an emission limit, i in OAR 340-200-0020, when the violation was detected during a reference method stack test; (pj) Failing to perform testing or rule or monitoring, required by a permi t, permit attachment, Site Emission Limit (PSEL) or with order, that results in failure to show compliance with a Plant New Source set pursuant toestablished under an emission limitation or a performance standard gnificant Deterioration Review/Prevention of Si , National Emission Standards for (NSR/PSD) Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP) , New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) , Reasonably , Available Control Technology (RACT) , Best (BACT) Control Technology Achievable Available Maximum Achievable Control Technology , Typically Achievable Control Technology (MACT) (LAER), Toxics Best Available Control Technology, (TACT) , Lowest Achievable Emission Rate section 111(d) of the Toxics Lowest Achievable Emission Rate, or adopted pursuant tounder Federal Clean Air Act; (qk) Causing emissions that are a hazard to public safety; (rl) Violating a work prac tice requirement for asbestos abatement projects; (sm) Improperly storing or openly acc umulating friable asbestos ma terial or asbestos-containing waste material; ensed as an asbestos abatement (tn) Conducting an asbestos abatement project, by a person not lic contractor; sposal requirement for as bestos-containing waste (uo) Violating an OAR 340 division 248 di material; (vp) Failing to hire a licensed cont ractor to conduct an asbestos abatement project; burned anywhere in the state (wq) Openly burning materials which are prohibited from being open by OAR 340-264-0060(3), or burning mat erials in a solid fuel burning device, fireplace, trash burner or other device as prohibited by OAR 340-262-0900(1); (xr) Failing to install certified vapor recovery equipment; liant vehicle by an automobile m (ys) Delivering for sale a noncomp anufacturer in violation of 257; es set forth in OAR 340 division Oregon Low Emission Vehicle rul (zt) Exceeding an Oregon Low Emission Vehicle average emission limit set forth in OAR 340 division 257; PROPOSED RULES B-5 11/15/2018 Item G 000199

127 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 6 of 102 irements set forth in OAR (aau) Failing to comply with Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) sales requ 340 division 257; equired in OAR 340 division le Indirect Source Permit as r (bbv) Failing to obtain a Motor Vehic 257; omobile dealer or rental car (ccw) Selling, leasing, or renting a noncompliant vehicle by an aut agency in violation of Oregon Low E vision 257; or mission Vehicle rules set fo rth in OAR 340 di clean fuel standards set fo rth in OAR 340-253-0100(6), (ddx) Failing to comply with any of the AR 340-253-8020 (Table 2). OAR 340-253-8010 (Table 1) and O : (2) Class II (a) Constructing or operating a s Contaminant Discharge Permit ource required to have an Air or registration without first ob taining such permit or registr ation, (ACDP) , ACDP attachment, unless otherwise classified; or license, unless otherwise (b) Violating the terms or conditions of a permit , permit attachment classified; (c) Modifying a source in such a way as to require a permit or permit attachment modification from DEQ without first obtaining such approval from DEQ, unless otherwise classified; (d) Exceeding an opacity limit, unless otherwise classified; (e) Exceeding a Volatile Orga nic Compound (VOC) emission standard, operational requirement, R 340 division 232; control requirement or VOC c ontent limitation established by OA (f) Failing to timely submit a complete ACDP annual report or permit attachment annual report ; (g) Failing to timely submit a certification, report, or plan as required by rule , or permit or permit attachment, unless otherwise classified; or (h) Failing to timely submit a complete permit application , ACDP attachment application, permit renewal application; (i) Failing to submit a timely and complete toxic air contamina nt emissions inventory as required under OAR 340-245-0005 t hrough 340-245-8050; ercial, construction, (ji) Failing to comply with the open burning requirements for comm in violation of OAR 340-264-00 80 through 0180; demolition, or industrial wastes (kj) Failing to comply with open burni of any provision of OAR 340 ng requirements in violation division 264, unless otherwise cl in a solid fuel burning device, assified; or burning materials 0-262-0900(2). fireplace, trash burner or other device as prohibited by OAR 34 B-6 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000200

128 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 7 of 102 (lk) Failing to replace, repair, or modify any worn or ineffective component or design element to ensure the vapor tight integr ity and efficiency of a stage I or stage II vapor collection system; of an asbestos abatement project; (ml) Failing to provide timely, accurate or complete notification bestos abatement project air (nm) Failing to perform a final air clearance test or submit an as estos abatement project; clearance report for an asb (on) Violating on road motor vehicle refinishing rules contained in OAR 340-242-0620; or n Low Emission Vehicle reporting, notification, or warranty (po) Failing to comply with an Orego requirement set forth in OAR division 257; Fuels Program under OAR 340- r as a regulated party in the Oregon Clean (qp) Failing to registe of blendstocks, as those terms are n is a producer or importer 253-0100(1) and (4), when the perso defined in OAR 340-253-0040; (rq) Failing to submit a broker desi gnation form under OAR 340-253 -0100(3) and (4)(c); (sr) Failing to keep records unde r OAR 340-253-0600 when the recor ds relate to obtaining a carbon intensity under OAR 340-253-0450; or ted to obtaining a carbon intensi ty under OAR 340-253-0450; or (ts) Failing to keep records rela (ut) Failing to submit an annual co mpliance report under OAR 340-2 53-0100(8). Class III (3) : rule or order ting or monitoring required by a perm it, permit attachment, (a) Failing to perform tes standards, emission limitations where missing data can be reconstructed to show compliance with or underlying requirements; (b) Constructing or operating a source required to have a Basic Air Contaminant Discharge Permit without first obtaining the permit; (c) Modifying a source in such a w ay as to require construction approval from DEQ without first obtaining such approval from DEQ, unless otherwise classified; roject when necessary, unless e a notification of an asbestos abatement p (d) Failing to revis otherwise classified; mpliance with the standards for an ce report that demonstrates co (e) Submitting a late air clearan asbestos abatement project; or rental car agency in violation of hicle by an automobile dealer or (f) Licensing a noncompliant ve es set forth in OAR 340 division Oregon Low Emission Vehicle rul 257; 11/15/2018 B-7 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000201

129 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 8 of 102 (g) Failing to register as a r n Fuels Program under OAR 340- egulated party in the Oregon Clea fuels, as those terms are defined in s an importer of finished 253-0100(1) and (4), when the person i OAR 340-253-0040; tion (2)(r); or (h) Failing to keep records under OAR 340-253-0600, except as provided in subsec (i) Failing to submit quarterl 253-0100(7). y progress reports under OAR 340- [Ed. Note: Tables and Publications referenced are available fro m the agency.] Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468A.025 & 468A.045 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468.020 & 468A.025 8-80; DEQ 22-1984, f. & ef. 11-8- 25-74; DEQ 5-1980, f. & ef. 1-2 Hist.: DEQ 78, f. 9-6-74, ef. 9- . 9-14-88; DEQ 4-1989, f. & cert. 84; DEQ 22-1988, f. & cert. ef ef. 3-14-89; DEQ 15-1990, f. & cert. ef. 3-30-90; DEQ 31-1990, f. & cert. ef. 8-15-90; DEQ 2-1 992, f. & cert. ef. 1-30-92; DEQ 21-1992, f. & cert. ef. 8-11-92; DEQ 19-1993, f. & cert. ef. 11 -4-93; DEQ 20-1993(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 11-4-93; DEQ 4-1994, f. & cert. ef. 3-14-94; DEQ 13-1 994, f. & cert. ef. 5-19-94; DEQ DEQ 22-1996, f. & cert. ef. 1 21-1994, f. & cert. ef. 10-14-94; 0-22-96; DEQ 19-1998, f. & cert. ef. 10-12-98; DEQ 6-2001, f. 6-18-01, cert . ef. 7-1-01; Renumbered from 340-012-0050, DEQ 4- 2005, f. 5-13-05, cert. ef. 6-1-05; DEQ 4-2006, f. 3-29-06, cer t. ef. 3-31-06; DEQ 6-2006, f. & . 3-10-11, cert. ef. 3-15-11; D cert. ef. 6-29-06; DEQ 2-2011, f EQ 1-2014, f. & cert. ef. 1-6-14; DEQ 13-2015, f. 12-10-15, cert. ef. 1-1-16 340-012-0135, Selected Magnitude Categories (1) Magnitudes for selected Air Quality violations will be dete rmined as follows: (a) Opacity limit violations: (A) Major — Opacity measuremen ts or readings of 20 percent opacity or more over the applicable federal major source as def limit, or an opacity violation by a ined in OAR 340-200-0020; percent opacity and less than (B) Moderate — Opacity measurem ents or readings greater than 10 20 percent opacity over the applicable limit; or (C) Minor — Opacity measurements or readings of 10 percent opac ity or less over the applicable limit. (b) Operating a major source, as defined in OAR 340-200-0020, w ithout first obtaining the Achievable required permit: Major — if a Lowest Achievable Emission Rate ( LAER) or Best Control Technology (BACT) analys ls or offsets are or Available is shows that additional contro apply OAR 340-012-0130. were needed, otherwise 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES B-8 Item G 000202

130 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 9 of 102 New Source Review/Prevention of (c) Exceeding an emission limit established pursuant tounder ission limit by more than 50 Significant Deterioration (NSR/PSD): Major — if exceeded the em rwise apply OAR 340-012-0130. percent of the limit, othe federal National Emission Standards pursuant tounder (d) Exceeding an emission limit established for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAPs): Major — if exceeded the Maximum Achievable y-measured hazardous air d emission limit for a directl Control Technology (MACT) standar pollutant (HAP), otherwise apply OAR 340-012-0130. nt to a Risk Action Level or a Source r risk limit that is equivale (e) Exceeding a cancer or noncance r OAR 340-245-0005 through 340- isk Action Level established unde Risk Limit if the limit is a R 245-8050: Major, otherwi se apply OAR 340-012-0130. (fe) Air contaminant emission limit violations for selected air po llutants: Magnitude gnificant emission rate (SER) determinations under this subsection will be made based upon si amounts listed in OAR 340-200-0020 (Tables 2 and 3) . (A) Major: t, rule or order by more than the (i) Exceeding the annual emission limit as established by permi annual SER; or it as established by permit, rule or (ii) Exceeding the short-term (less than one year) emission lim order by more than the applicable short-term SER. (B) Moderate: (i) Exceeding the annual emission limit as established by permi t, rule or order by an amount from 50 up to and including 100 percen t of the annual SER; or (ii) Exceeding the short-term (less than one-year) emission lim it as established by permit, rule or order by an amount from 50 up to a nd including 100 percent of t he applicable short-term SER. (C) Minor: (i) Exceeding the annual emission limit as established by permi t, rule or order by an amount less than 50 percent of the annual SER; or it as established by permit, rule or (ii) Exceeding the short-term (less than one year) emission lim -term SER. ent of the applicable short order by an amount less than 50 perc in all cases. ajor magnitude on Plans: Major — M (gf) Violations of Emergency Acti (hg) Violations of on road motor vehicle refinishing rules contain ed in OAR 340-242-0620: Minor otor vehicles per year. — Refinishing 10 or fewer on road m B-9 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000203

131 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 10 Page of 102 the violation does not cause (ih) Asbestos violations — These s elected magnitudes apply unless the potential for human exposure to asbestos fibers: eet of asbestos-containing an 260 linear feet or more than 160 square f (A) Major — More th aterial; material or asbestos-containing waste m (B) Moderate — From 40 linea r feet up to and including 260 line ar feet or from 80 square feet up asbestos-containing materia to and including 160 square feet of l or asbestos-containing waste material; or tos-containing material or asbestos- feet or 80 square feet of asbes (C) Minor — Less than 40 linear containing waste material. (D) The magnitude of the asbestos violation may be increased by one level if the material was comprised of more than fiv e percent asbestos. (ji) Open burning violations: owing the initi ation of open burni ng of 20 or more cubic yards of (A) Major — Initiating or all r 5 or more cubic yards of commercial, construction, demolition and/or industrial waste; o prohibited materials (inclusive of tires); or 10 or more tires; rning of 10 or more, but less than (B) Moderate — Initiating or all owing the initiation of open bu ndustrial waste; or 2 or more, but 20 cubic yards of commercial, construction, demolition and/or i ited materials (inclusive of tires); or 3 to 9 tires; or if DEQ lacks less than 5 cubic yards of prohib sufficient information upon which t o make a determination of th e type of waste, number of cubic yards or number of tires burned; or (C) Minor — Initiating or all owing the initi ation of open burni ng of less than 10 cubic yards of commercial, construction, demolition and/or industrial waste; o r less than 2 cubic yards of prohibited materials (inclusive of tires); or 2 or less tires. nds that one or more of the (D) The selected magnitude may be increased one le vel if DEQ fi following are true, or decrease d one level if DEQ finds that none of the following are true: n open burning control area; (i) The burning took place in a ohibited; rea where open burning is pr (ii) The burning took place in an a -attainment or maintenance area for PM10 or PM2.5; or (iii) The burning took place in a non (iv) The burning took place on a day when all open burning was prohibited due to meteorological conditions. Methane Gas (NMOG) or Green House Gas (GHG) fleet (kj) Oregon Low Emission Vehicle Non- it violations: average emission lim 11/15/2018 B-10 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000204

132 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 11 Page of 102 (A) Major — Exceeding the limit by more than 10 percent; or (B) Moderate — Exceeding the limit by 10 percent or less. (lk) Oregon Clean Fuels Program violations: (A) Exceeding the clean fuel standards set forth in OAR 340-253-0100(6), 340-253-8010 (Table 1) and 340-253-8020 (Table 2) by: (i) Major — more than 15 percent; (ii) Moderate — more than 10 percent but less th an 15 percent; (iii) Minor — 10 percent or less. (B) Failing to register under OAR 340-253-0100(1) and (4): Minor — producers and importers of blendstocks; gnation form under OAR 340-253-0100(3) and (4)(c): Minor; or (C) Failing to submit broker desi hen the records relate to obtaining (D) Failing to keep records as set forth in OAR 340-253-0600, w a carbon intensity under OAR 340-253-04500600: Minor; or (E) Failing to submit annual compliance reports under OAR 340-253-0100(8): Moderate. (2) Magnitudes for selected Water Quality violations will be de termined as follows: rge permit effluent limitations: (a) Violating wastewater discha (A) Major: limitation exceedance was less than pill or technology based effluent (i) The dilution (D) of the s QR is the estimated receiving two, when calculated as follows: D = ((QR /4) + QI)/ QI, where ated quantity or discharge rate of the incident; stream flow and QI is the estim (ii) The receiving stream flow at the time of the water quality based effluent limitation (WQBEL) exceedance was at or below the fl ow used to calculate the WQBEL ; or as as follows: (iii) The resulting water qualit y from the spill or discharge w (I) For discharges of toxic pollutants: CS/D was more than CAcu te, where CS is the concentration of the discharge, D is the dilu tion of the discharge as determined under (2)(a)(A)(i), and CAcute is the concentration for acute toxicity (as defined by the applica ble water quality standard); ischarge temperature is at or above (II) For spills or discharges affecting temperature, when the d 32 degrees centigrade after two seconds from the outfall; or PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 B-11 Item G 000205

133 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 12 Page of 102 (III) For BOD5 discharges: (BOD5)/D is more than 10, where BOD5 is the concentration of the icial Oxygen Demand of the discharge and D is the dilution of the discharge as five-day Biochem determined under (2)(a)(A)(i). (B) Moderate: ll or the technology based efflu ent limitation exceedance was two or (i) The dilution (D) of the spi more but less than 10 when calculated as follows: D = ((QR /4)+ QI )/ QI, where QR is the y or discharge rate of the discharge; estimated receiving stream flow and QI is the estimated quantit or (ii) The receiving stream flow at the time of the WQBEL exceeda nce was greater than, but less than twice, the flow use d to calculate the WQBEL. (C) Minor: ll or the technology based efflu ent limitation exceedance was 10 or (i) The dilution (D) of the spi R is the receiving stream flow more when calculated as follows: D = ((QR/4) + QI)/ QI, where Q e rate of the incident; or and QI is the quantity or discharg nce was twice the flow or more (ii) The receiving stream flow at the time of the WQBEL exceeda of the flow used to calculate the WQBEL. r quality standards: (b) Violating numeric wate (A) Major: (i) Increased the con centration of any pollutant except for tox ics, dissolved oxygen, pH, and turbidity, by 25 percent or more of the standard; (ii) Decreased the dissolved oxygen concentration by two or mor e milligrams per liter below the standard; (iii) Increased the toxic pollutant concentration by any amount over the acute standard or by 100 percent or more of the chronic standard; standard; or by one or more pH units from the (iv) Increased or decreased pH ore nephelometric turbidity u nits (NTU) over background. (v) Increased turbidity by 50 or m (B) Moderate: (i) Increased the con ics, pH, and turbidity by more than centration of any pollutant except for tox 10 percent but less than 25 percent of the standard; B-12 PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 Item G 000206

134 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 13 Page of 102 (ii) Decreased dissolved oxygen c oncentration by one or more, b ut less than two, milligrams per liter below the standard; tion of toxic pollutants by more than 10 percent but less than 100 (iii) Increased the concentra onic standard; percent of the chr by more than 0.5 pH unit but les (iv) Increased or decreased pH s than 1.0 pH unit from the standard; or re than 20 but less than 50 NTU ov (v) Increased turbidity by mo er background. (C) Minor: xics, pH, and turb (i) Increased the concentration of any pollutant, except for to idity, by 10 percent or less of the standard; one milligram per liter below the (ii) Decreased the dissolved oxygen concentration by less than standard; hronic standard; ation of toxic pollutants by 10 percent or less of the c (iii) Increased the concentr standard; or by 0.5 pH unit or less from the (iv) Increased or decreased pH TU or less over background. (v) Increased turbidity by 20 N (2)(a) or (b) may be increased one or more levels if the violation: (c) The selected magnitude under t is water quality limited (listed on the most current 303(d) list) (A) Occurred in a water body tha and the discharge is the same pollutant for which the water bod y is listed; (B) Depressed oxygen levels or inc reased turbidity and/or sedim entation in a stream in which salmonids may be rearing or spa wning as indicated by the benefi cial use maps available at OAR 340-041-0101 through 0340; d either in shellfish growing waters or during the period from June 1 (C) Violated a bacteria standar through September 30; or (D) Resulted in a documented fish or wildlife kill. lid Waste violatio ns will be determined as follows: (3) Magnitudes for selected So sposal facility without a permit (a) Operating a solid waste di or disposing of solid waste at an unpermitted site: (A) Major — The volume of material disposed of exceeds 400 cubi c yards; PROPOSED RULES B-13 11/15/2018 Item G 000207

135 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 14 Page of 102 an or equal to 40 cubic yards and is greater th (B) Moderate — The volume of mater ial disposed of less than or equal to 400 cubic yards; or cubic yards. ls disposed of is less than 40 (C) Minor — The volume of materia (D) The magnitude of the violation may be raised by one magnitu de if the material disposed of was either in the floodplain of waters of the state or within 1 00 feet of waters of the state. osed: (b) Failing to accurately report the amount of solid waste disp (A) Major — The amount of solid waste is underreported by 15 pe rcent or more of the amount received; (B) Moderate — The amount of so lid waste is un derreported by 5 percent or more, but less than 15 percent, of the amount received; or than 5 percent of the amount aste is underreported by less (C) Minor — The amount of solid w received. determined as follows: (4) Magnitudes for selected Hazardous Waste violations will be (a) Failure to make a hazardous waste determination; aste streams; (A) Major — Failure to make the determination on five or more w the determination on three or fo ur waste streams; or (B) Moderate — Failure to make (C) Minor — Failure to make the determination on one or two waste streams. (b) Hazardous Waste treatment, storage and disposal violations of OAR 340-012-0068(1)(b), (c), (h), (k), (l), (m), (p), (q) and (r): (A) Major: (i) Treatment, storage, or dispos al of more than 55 gallons or 330 pounds of hazardous waste; or (ii) Treatment, storage, or disposal of at least one quart or 2.2 pounds of acutely hazardous waste. (B) Moderate: (i) Treatment, storage, or disposal of 55 gallons or 330 pounds or less of hazardous waste; or posal of less than one quart or 2.2 pounds of acutely hazardous waste. (ii) Treatment, storage, or dis -012-0068(1)(d), (e) (f), (g), (i), (c) Hazardous waste management violations classified in OAR 340 , (e), (h), (i), (k), (m), (n), (o), (p), (r) and (s): (j), (n), (s) and (2)(a), (b), (d) 11/15/2018 B-14 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000208

136 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 15 Page of 102 (A) Major: (i) Hazardous waste management violations involving more than 1 ,000 gallons or 6,000 pounds of hazardous waste; or (ii) Hazardous waste management violations involving at least o ne quart or 2.2 pounds of acutely hazardous waste. (B) Moderate: 50 gallons or 1,500 pounds, up (i) Hazardous waste management violations involving more than 2 te; or to and including 1,000 gallons or 6,000 pounds of hazardous was (ii) Hazardous waste management violations involving less than one quart or 2.2 pounds of acutely hazardous waste. (C) Minor: nt violations involving 250 gallons or 1,500 pounds or less of (i) Hazardous waste manageme hazardous waste and no acutely hazardous waste. 72) will be determined as (5) Magnitudes for selected Used Oil violations (OAR 340-012-00 follows: )(a) through (h): ), (i), (j); and (2 (a) Used Oil violations set forth in OAR 340-012-0072(1)(f), (h violations involving more than (A) Major — Used oil management 1,000 gallons or 7,000 pounds of used oil or used oil mixtures; an 250 gallons or 1,750 (B) Moderate — Used oil management violations involving more th pounds, up to and including 1,000 gallons or 7,000 pounds of us ed oil or used oil mixture; or (C) Minor — Used oil management violations involving 250 gallon s or 1,750 pounds or less of used oil or used oil mixtures. (b) Used Oil spill or disposal violations set forth in OAR 340-012-0072(1)(a) through (e), (g) and (k). or 2,940 pounds of used oil or al involving more than 420 gallons (A) Major — A spill or dispos used oil mixtures; (B) Moderate — A spill or disposal involving more than 42 gallo ns or 294 pounds, up to and including 420 gallons or 2,940 pounds of used oil or used oil m ixtures; or al of used oil involving 42 gallons or 294 pounds or less of used oil (C) Minor — A spill or dispos or used oil mixtures. 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES B-15 Item G 000209

137 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 16 Page of 102 [ED. NOTE: Tables & Publications referenced are available from the agency.] Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.065 & 468A.045 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468.090 - 468.140 & 468A.060 Hist.: DEQ 21-1992, f. & cert. ef. 8-11-92; DEQ 4-1994, f. & cert. ef. 3-14-94; DEQ 19-1998, f. & cert. ef. 1-31-03; Renumbered from 340-012-0090, DEQ 4- cert. ef. 10-12-98; DEQ 1-2003, f. & t. ef. 3-31-06; DEQ 6-2006, f. & 2005, f. 5-13-05, cert. ef. 6-1-05; DEQ 4-2006, f. 3-29-06, cer cert. ef. 1-6-14; DEQ 13-2015, f. 12-10-15, cert. ef. 1-1-16 cert. ef. 6-29-06; DEQ 1-2014, f. & 340-012-0140, Determination of Base Penalty ations and as provided in OAR 340-012-0155, the base penalty (BP) is (1) Except for Class III viol determined by applying the class an to the matrices set forth in this d magnitude of the violation s required. section. For Class III violati ons, no magnitude determination i (2) $12,000 Penalty Matrix: pplies to the following: (a) The $12,000 penalty matrix a or related order , permit attachment, (A) Any violation of an air quality statute, rule, permit committed by a person that has or should have a Title V permit or an Air Contaminant Discharge New Source Review (NSR) regulations or Prevention of pursuant tounder Permit (ACDP) issued Significant Deterioration (PSD ) regulations, or section 112(g) of the federal C lean Air Act. (B) Open burning violations as follows: rial facility operating under an (i) Any violation of OAR 340-264-0060(3) committed by an indust air quality permit. (ii) Any violation of OAR 340-264-0060(3) in which 25 or more c ubic yards of prohibited materials or more than 15 tires are burned, except when committ ed by a residential owner- occupant. (C) Any violation of the Oregon L ow Emission Vehicle rules (OAR 340-257) by an automobile manufacturer. (D) Any violation of ORS 468B.025(1)(a) or (1)(b), or of 468B.0 50(1)(a) by a person without a National Pollutant Discharge El imination System (NPDES) permit, unless otherwise classified. elated order by: (E) Any violation of a water quality statute, rule, permit or r (i) A person that has an NPDES permit, or that has or should have a Water Pollution Control ge treatment facility with a Facility (WPCF) permit, for a m unicipal or private utility sewa permitted flow of five million or more gallons per day. B-16 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000210

138 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 17 Page of 102 permit. (ii) A person that has a Tier 1 industrial source NPDES or WPCF ermined by the most recent national (iii) A person that has a population of 100,000 or more, as det er Underground Injection ve a WPCF Municipal Stormwat census, and either has or should ha has an NPDES Municipal Separate Control (UIC) System Permit, or d Storm Sewer Systems (MS4) Stormwater Discharge Permit. I, III, IV or V UIC system, except for a (iv) A person that installs or operates a prohibited Class I, I cesspool. (v) A person that has or should have applied for coverage under an NPDES Stormwater Discharge 1200-C General Permit for a cons t disturbs 20 or more acres. truction site tha (F) Any violation of the ballast water statute in ORS Chapter 7 83 or ballast water management rule in OAR 340, division 143. er Act Section 401 Water Qualit y Certification by a 100 (G) Any violation of a Clean Wat megawatt or more hydroelectric facility. y Certification for a dredge and er Act Section 401 Water Qualit (H) Any violation of a Clean Wat fill project except for Tier 1, 2A or 2B projects. (I) Any violation of an underground storage tanks statute, rule, permit or related order committed s or a person who is licensed or by the owner, operator or permittee of 10 or more UST facilitie should be licensed by DEQ to perform tank services. tank statute, rule, permit, license or related order committed by a (J) Any violation of a heating oil licensed by DEQ to perform heating oil tank services. person who is licensed or should be (K) Any violation of ORS 468B.485, or related rules or orders regarding financial assurance for ships transporting hazardous materials or oil. (L) Any violation of a used oil st atute, rule, permit or related order committed by a person who is a used oil transporter, transfer facility, processor or re-refiner, off-specification used oil burner or used oil marketer. related order by: (M) Any violation of a hazardous waste statute, rule, permit or ste transporter. (i) A person that is a large quantity generator or hazardous wa ve a treatment, storage or disposal facility permit. (ii) A person that has or should ha , or related order rdous material spill and re (N) Any violation of an oil and haza lease statute, rule committed by a covered vessel or facility as defined in ORS 468B.300 or by a person who is engaged in the business of manufacturing, storing or transporti ng oil or hazardous materials. B-17 PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 Item G 000211

139 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 18 Page of 102 ent and disposal statute, rule, (O) Any violation of a polychlorin ated biphenyls (PCBs) managem permit or related order. 465, UST or environmental clea (P) Any violation of ORS Chapter nup statute, rule, related order or related agreement. (Q) Unless specifically listed under another penalty matrix, any violation of ORS Chapter 459 or any violation of a solid waste statute, rule, permit, or relate d order committed by: (i) A person that has or should have a solid waste disposal per mit. d by the most recent national (ii) A person with a populati on of 25,000 or more, as determine census. (R) Any violation of the Oregon Cle an Fuels Program under OAR 340 division 253 by a person registered as an importer of blendstocks. as follows: (b) The base penalty values for the $12,000 penalty matrix are (A) Class I: (i) Major — $12,000; (ii) Moderate — $6,000; (iii) Minor — $3,000. (B) Class II: (i) Major — $6,000; (ii) Moderate — $3,000; (iii) Minor — $1,500. (C) Class III: $1,000. (3) $8,000 Penalty Matrix: pplies to the following: (a) The $8,000 penalty matrix a (A) Any violation of an air quality statute, rule, permit , permit attachment, or related order committed by a person that has or should have an ACDP permit, e xcept for NSR, PSD and Basic r another penalty matrix. ACDP permits, unless listed unde B-18 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000212

140 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 19 Page of 102 ed order except those violations listed (B) Any violation of an asbestos statute, rule, permit or relat in section (5) of this rule. , permit or related order committed (C) Any violation of a vehicle inspection program statute, rule by an auto repair facility. ow Emission Vehicle rules (OAR (D) Any violation of the Oregon L 340-257) committed by an automobile dealer or an au tomobile rental agency. (E) Any violation of a water quality statute, rule, permit or r elated order committed by: (i) A person that has an NPDES Permit, or that has or should have a WPCF Permit, for a municipal or private utility sewage treatment facility with a permitted f low of two million or more, but less than five million, gallons per day. Permit. (ii) A person that has a Tier 2 industrial source NPDES or WPCF er an NPDES or a WPCF General (iii) A person that has or should have applied for coverage und Permit, except an NPDES Stormwater Discharge 1200-C General Permit for a construction site of or 20 or more acres in size. less than five acres in size re than 10,000, as determined by (iv) A person that has a population of less than 100,000 but mo Municipal Stormwater UIC the most recent national census, and has or should have a WPCF 4 Stormwater Discharge Permit. System Permit or has an NPDES MS t has or should have registered, a UIC system that disposes of (v) A person that owns, and tha or sewage or geothermal fluids. wastewater other than stormwater (F) Any violation of a Clean Water Act Section 401 Water Qualit y Certification by a less than 100 megawatt hydroelectric facility. (G) Any violation of a Clean Wat er Act Section 401 Water Qualit y Certification for a Tier 2A or Tier 2B dredge and fill project. (H) Any violation of an UST statu te, rule, permit or related order committed by a person who is . of five to nine UST facilities the owner, operator or permittee (I) Unless specifically listed under another penalty matrix, an y violation of ORS Chapter 459 or tted by: other solid waste statute, rule , permit, or related order commi (i) A person that has or should have a waste tire permit; or n or equal to 25,000, as determined (ii) A person with a population of more than 5,000 but less tha by the most recent national census. 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES B-19 Item G 000213

141 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 20 Page of 102 (J) Any violation of a hazardous was te management statute, rule, permit or related order committed by a person that is a small quantity generator. rdous material spill and re , or related order (K) Any violation of an oil and haza lease statute, rule committed by a person other than a person listed in OAR 340-012-0140(2)(a)(N) occurring during ng a derelict vessel over 35 fe et in length. a commercial activity or involvi an Fuels Program under OAR 340 division 253 by a person (L) Any violation of the Oregon Cle registered as a credit generator. r the $8,000 penalty matrix are a (b) The base penalty values fo s follows: (A) Class I: (i) Major — $8,000. (ii) Moderate — $4,000. (iii) Minor — $2,000. (B) Class II: (i) Major — $4,000. (ii) Moderate — $2,000. (iii) Minor — $1,000. (C) Class III: $ 700. (4) $3,000 Penalty Matrix: pplies to the following: (a) The $3,000 penalty matrix a (A) Any violation of any statute, rule, permit, license, or order committed by a person not listed under another penalty matrix. (B) Any violation of an air qua lity statute, rule, permit , permit attachment, or related order committed by a person not listed under another penalty matrix. or related order , permit attachment, lity statute, rule, permit (C) Any violation of an air qua committed by a person that has or should have a Basic ACDP or a n ACDP or registration only because the person is subject to Area Source NESHAP regulations. (D) Any violation of OAR 340-264-0060(3) in which 25 or more cu bic yards of prohibited are burned by a residential owner-occupant. materials or more than 15 tires B-20 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000214

142 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 21 Page of 102 , permit or related order committed spection program statute, rule (E) Any violation of a vehicle in by a natural person, except for t ion (5) of this rule. hose violations listed in sect ity statute, rule, permit, lic ense or related orde r not listed under (F) Any violation of a water qual another penalty matrix and committed by: WPCF permit, for a municipal or permit, or has or should have a (i) A person that has an NPDES flow of less than two million gallons private utility wastewater treatment facility with a permitted per day. r an NPDES Stormwater Discharge d have applied for coverage unde (ii) A person that has or shoul one, but less than five acres. 1200-C General Permit for a construction site that is more than population of 10,000 or less, as dete rmined by the most recent national (iii) A person that has a census, and either has an NPDES M S4 Stormwater Discharge Permit or has or should have a WPCF Municipal Stormwater UIC System Permit. (iv) A person who is licensed to perform onsite sewage disposal services or who has performed sewage disposal services. (v) A person, except for a residential owner-occupant, that own s and either has or should have registered a UIC system that disposes of stormwater, sewage or geothermal fluids. (vi) A person that has or should ha ter UIC system permit. ve a WPCF individual stormwa quality statute, rule, permit or related order committed by a person (vii) Any violation of a water that has or should have applied f or coverage under an NPDES 700-PM General Permit for suction dredges. (G) Any violation of an onsite sewag e disposal statute, rule, p ermit or related order, except for a violation committed by a residential owner-occupant. y Certification for a Tier 1 (H) Any violation of a Clean Wat er Act Section 401 Water Qualit dredge and fill project. (I) Any violation of an UST statute, rule, permit or related or der if the person is the owner, operator or permittee of two to four UST facilities. d order, except a violation related to a (J) Any violation of a used oil st atute, rule, permit or relate spill or release, committed by a person that is a used oil gene rator. (K) Any violation of a hazardous waste management statute, rule, permit or related order unless listed under another penalty committed by a person that is a conditionally exempt generator, matrix. B-21 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000215

143 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 22 Page of 102 (L) Any violation of ORS Chapter 459 or other solid waste statu te, rule, permit, or related order committed by a person with a population less than 5,000, as det ermined by the most recent national census. (M) Any violation of the labeli ng requirements of ORS 459A.675 through 459A.685. ments by a conditionally exempt e container disposal require (N) Any violation of rigid pesticid generator of hazardous waste. urbid discharges to waters of the (O) Any violation of ORS 468B.025(1 )(a) or (b) resulting from t s than one acre in size. state caused by non-residential us es of property disturbing les zardous material spill and re lease statute, rule , or related order (P) Any violation of an oil and ha committed by a person not listed under another matrix. an Fuels Program under OAR 340 division 253 by a person (Q) Any violation of the Oregon Cle registered as an importer of finished fuels. s follows: (b) The base penalty values fo r the $3,000 penalty matrix are a (A) Class I: (i) Major — $3,000; (ii) Moderate — $1,500; (iii) Minor — $750. (B) Class II: (i) Major — $1,500; (ii) Moderate — $750; (iii) Minor — $375. (C) Class III: $250. (5) $1,000 Penalty Matrix: (a) The $1,000 penalty matrix a pplies to the following: (A) Any violation of an open burning statute, rule, permit or r elated order committed by a e residence, not listed under a nother penalty matrix. residential owner-occupant at th f a vehicle. ssions standards by operation o (B) Any violation of visible emi 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES B-22 Item G 000216

144 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 23 Page of 102 (C) Any violation of an asbestos statute, rule, permit or relat ed order committed by a residential owner-occupant. (D) Any violation of an onsite sewag ermit or related order of OAR e disposal statute, rule, p ant. chapter 340, division 44 committed by a residential owner-occup (E) Any violation of an UST statut e, rule, permit or related order committed by a person who is the owner, operator or permittee of one UST facility. der not listed under another penalty (F) Any violation of an HOT statu te, rule, permit or related or matrix. er 340, division 124 or ORS 465.505 by a dry cleaning owner or (G) Any violation of OAR chapt ethylene. operator, dry store owner or operator, or supplier of perchloro 459 or other solid waste statu te, rule or related order committed (H) Any violation of ORS Chapter by a residential owner-occupant. ainers, except for to rigid plastic cont (I) Any violation of a statute, rule, permit or order relating quirements under OAR 459A.675 through 459A.685. violation of the labeling re pportunity to recycle. rule or order relating to the o (J) Any violation of a statute, (K) Any violation of OAR chapt er 340, division 262 or other statute, rule or order relating to solid fuel burning devices, except a vi new or used solid fuel burning olation related to the sale of devices or the removal and destruction of used solid fuel burning devices. (L) Any violation of an UIC system statute, rule, permit or rel ated order by a residential owner- occupant, when the UIC disposes of stormwater, sewage or geothe rmal fluids. (M) Any Violation of ORS 468B.025(1 )(a) or (b) resulting from t urbid discharges to waters of the n one acre in size. property disturbing less tha state caused by residential use of (b) The base penalty values fo s follows: r the $1,000 penalty matrix are a (A) Class I: (i) Major — $1,000; (ii) Moderate — $500; (iii) Minor — $250. (B) Class II: (i) Major — $500; PROPOSED RULES B-23 11/15/2018 Item G 000217

145 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 24 Page of 102 (ii) Moderate — $250; (iii) Minor — $125. (C) Class III: $100. Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020 & 468.090 - 468.140 468.035 Stats. Implemented: ORS 459.995, 459A.655, 459A.660, 459A.685 & rt. ef. 3-30-90; DEQ 33-1990, f. & f. 3-14-89; DEQ 15-1990, f. & ce Hist.: DEQ 4-1989, f. & cert. e 994, f. & cert. ef. 3-14-94; DEQ 9- cert. ef. 8-15-90; DEQ 21-1992, f. & cert. ef. 8-11-92; DEQ 4-1 EQ 19-1998, f. & cert. ef. 10-12 -98; DEQ 6-2001, f. 6-18-01, cert. 1996, f. & cert. ef. 7-10-96; D ef. 7-1-01; Renumbered fro 5, cert. ef. 6-1-05; DEQ 4- m 340-012-0042, DEQ 4-2005, f. 5-13-0 2006, f. 3-29-06, cert. ef. 3-31-06; 6-29-06; DEQ 2-2011, f. 3-10-11, DEQ 6-2006, f. & cert. ef. cert. ef. 1-6-14; DEQ 13-2015, f. 12-10-15, cert. ef. 1-1-16 cert. ef. 3-15-11; DEQ 1-2014, f. & DIVISION 200 GENERAL AIR POLLUTION PROCEDURES AND DEFINITIONS 340-200-0020, General Air Quality Definitions ly defined otherwise: through 268, unless specifical As used in OAR 340 divisions 200 ederal Clean Air Act, 42 U.S.C.A . § 7401 to 7671q. (1) "Act" or "FCAA" means the F (2) "Activity" means any proce ss, operation, action, or reaction (e.g., chemical) at a source that emits a regulated pollutant. (3) "Actual emissions" means the mass emissions of a regulated pollutant from an emissions source during a specified time period as set forth in OAR 340 divisions 214, 220 and 222. (4) "Adjacent", as used in the definitions of major source and source and in OAR 340-216-0070, means interdependent facilities that are nearby to each other. affected units that are subject to (5) "Affected source" means a source that includes one or more or limitations under Title IV o f the FCAA. emission reduction requirements (6) "Affected states" means all states: (a) Whose air quality may be affected by a proposed permit, per mit modification, or permit renewal and that are contiguous to Oregon; or (b) That are within 50 miles of the permitted source. 11/15/2018 B-24 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000218

146 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 25 Page of 102 (7) "Aggregate insignificant emissions" means the annual actual emissions of any regulated ated activities at a source that are less than or e pollutant from one or more design qual to the lowest from each designated activity and the applicable level specified in this section. The total emissions gnated activities must be less than or equal to the lowest aggregate emissions from all desi applicable level specified: c acid mist, any Class I or II (a) One ton for total reduced sulfur, hydrogen sulfide, sulfuri d by Title VI of the FCAA, and substance subject to a standar d promulgated under or establishe nt, except lead; each criteria polluta (b) 120 pounds for lead; (c) 600 pounds for fluorides; M10 nonattainment area; (d) 500 pounds for PM10 in a P (e) 500 pounds for direct PM2.5 in a PM2.5 nonattainment area; (f) The lesser of the amount established in 40 C .F .R . 68.130 or 1,000 pounds; ts; (g) An aggregate of 5,000 pounds for all hazardous air pollutan (h) 2,756 tons CO2e for greenhouse gases. (8) "Air contaminant" means a dust, fume, gas, mist, odor, smok e, vapor, pollen, soot, carbon, acid, particulate matter, regulated pollutant, or any combinati on thereof. (9) "Air Contaminant Discharge Permit" or "ACDP" means written authorization issued, renewed, amended, or revised by DEQ, pursuant to under OAR 340 division 216. (10) "Alternative method" means any method of sampling and analyzing for an air pollutant which is not a reference or equivalen nstrated to DEQ's satisfaction to, t method but which has been demo s adequate for determination o f compliance. The alternative in specific cases, produce result method must comply with the inten t of the rules, is at least eq uivalent in objectivity and reliability to the uniform recognized proce dures, and is demonstrated to be reproducible, selective, sensitive, accurate, and applicable to the program. An alternative method used to meet an applicable federal requirement for which a reference method is specified must be a pproved by EPA unless EPA has delegated authority for the approval to DEQ. rtion of the atmosphere, external to buildings, to which the (11) "Ambient air" means that po general public has access. y apply to emissions units in an eans all of the following as the (12) "Applicable requirement" m source, including program source or ACDP program Oregon Title V Operating Permit through rule making at the time omulgated or approved by the EPA requirements that have been pr ffective compliance dates: of issuance but have future-e 11/15/2018 B-25 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000219

147 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 26 Page of 102 (a) Any standard or other require ment provided for in the appli cable implementation plan approved or promulgated by the E PA through rulemaking under Title I of the FCAA that revisions to that plan ments of the FCAA, including any implements the relevant require .F .R . part 52; promulgated in 40 C -0040 of the State of Oregon rement adopted under OAR 340-200 (b) Any standard or other requi he federal standard or requirement n that is more stringent than t Clean Air Act Implementation Pla y enforceable air pollution control d by the EPA, and other state-onl which has not yet been approve requirements; CDP, OAR 340 division 216, including any term or condition of (c) Any term or condition in an A pursuant to under OAR 340 division 224, New Source Review, any preconstruction permits issued until or unless DEQ revokes or modifies the term or condition by a permit modification; (d) Any term or condition in a Not ice of Construction and Approval of Plans, OAR 340-210-0205 he term or condition by a Notice through 340-210-0240, until or unless DEQ revokes or modifies t of Construction and Approval of P lans or a permit modification; (e) Any term or condition in a Notice of Approval, OAR 340-218-0190, issued before July 1, tion by a Notice of Approval or a 2001, until or unless DEQ revokes or modifies the term or condi permit modification; PSD permit issued by the EPA until or unless the EPA revokes or (f) Any term or condition of a on by a permit modification; modifies the term or conditi (g) Any standard or other requirement under section 111 of the FCAA, including section 111(d); (h) Any standard or other requirement under section 112 of the FCAA, including any requirement concerning accident prevention under section 112(r)(7) of the F CAA; (i) Any standard or other requirement of the acid rain program under Title IV of the FCAA or the regulations promulgated thereunder; tion 114(a)(3) of the section 504(b) or sec (j) Any requirements established pursuant tounder FCAA; nd(c) of the FCAA; (k) Any standard or other requirement under section 126(a)(1) a ment governing solid waste incineration, under section 129 of the (l) Any standard or other require FCAA; al products, under section (m) Any standard or other requirement for consumer and commerci 183(e) of the FCAA; (n) Any standard or other require ment for tank vessels, under section 183(f) of the FCAA; B-26 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000220

148 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 27 Page of 102 (o) Any standard or other require ment of the program to control air pollution from outer under section 328 of the FCAA; continental shelf sources, ment of the regulations promul (p) Any standard or other require gated to protect stratospheric determined that such ozone under Title VI of the FCAA, unless the Administrator has requirements need not be contained in an Oregon Title V Operating Permit; and (q) Any national ambient air quality standard or increment or v isibility requirement under part C of it would apply to temporary so urces permitted pursuant tounder Title I of the FCAA, but only as section 504(e) of the FCAA. (13) “Attainment area” or “unclassified area” means an area that has not otherwise been designated by EPA as nonattainment ndards for a particular regulated with ambient air quality sta pollutant. Attainment areas or eferred to as sustainment or unclassified areas may also be r maintenance areas as designated in OAR 340 division 204. Any particular location may be part of ed area for one regulated pollu an attainment area or unclassifi tant while also being in a different nother regulated pollutant. type of designated area for a (14) “Attainment pollutant” mean s a pollutant for which an area is designated an attainment or unclassified area. (15) "Baseline emission rate" means the actual emission rate during a baseline period as determined under OAR 340 division 222. aseline emission rate for each (16) "Baseline period" means th e period used to determine the b regulated pollutant unde r OAR 340 division 222. (17) "Best Available Control Te chnology" or "BACT" means an emi ssion limitation, including, but not limited to, a visible emi aximum degree of reduction of each ssion standard, based on the m air contaminant subject to re d be emitted from any proposed gulation under the FCAA which woul is, taking into account energy, major source or major modification which, on a case-by-case bas environmental, and economic imp acts and other costs, is achievable for such source or modification through applicati on of production processes or ava ilable methods, systems, and techniques, including fuel clea ning or treatment or innovative fuel combustion techniques for control of such air contaminant. In no event may the applicatio n of BACT result in emissions of any air contaminant that would exceed the emissions allowed by any applicable new source performance standard or any standard for hazardous air pollutan t. If an emission limitation is not feasible, a design, equipment, w ork practice, or operational standard, or combination thereof, may be required. Such standard must , to the degree possible, set fo rth the emission reduction achievable cribing appropriate permit co and provide for compliance by pres nditions. zed and biodegradable organic m (18) "Biomass" means non-fossili aterial originating from plants, sidues and waste from agriculture, , including products, byproducts, re animals, and microorganisms and biodegradable organic fractions of as well as the non-fossilized forestry, and related industries , including gases and liquids recovered from the decomposition of industrial and municipal wastes non-fossilized and biodegradable organic matter. B-27 PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 Item G 000221

149 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 28 Page of 102 (19) "Capacity" means the maximum regulated pollutant emissions from a stationary source under its physical and operational design. nt collected and routed to an air s the amount of regulated polluta (20) “Capture efficiency” mean ns generated by the process being d by the amount of total emissio pollution control device divide controlled. (21) "Capture system" means th e equipment, including but not limited to hoods, ducts, fans, and nd transport a regulated pollutant to a control device. booths, used to contain, capture a or "CO2e" means an amount of a greenhouse gas or gases (22) "Carbon dioxide equivalent" computed by multiplying the mass mount of carbon dioxide, and is be expressed as the equivalent a published for each gas at 40 of each of the greenhouse gases by the global warming potential C.F .R . part 98, subpart A, Table A–1-Global Warming Potentials, and a dding the resulting value of carbon dioxide. for each greenhouse gas to compute the total equivalent amount llowing listed regulated pollutant (23) "Categorically insignificant activity" means any of the fo emitting activities principally supporting the source or the ma jor industrial gr oup. Categorically ements. insignificant activities must com ply with all applicable requir (a) Constituents of a chemical mixture pres ent at less than 1 percent by weight of any chemical or compound regulated under divi sions 200 through 268 excluding divisions 248 and 262 of this cent by weight of any carcinogen l chapter, or less than 0.1 per isted in the U.S. Department of age of the chemical mixture is Health and Human Service's Annual Report on Carcinogens when us less than 100,000 pounds/year; (b) Evaporative and tailpipe em issions from on-site motor vehic le operation; (c) Distillate oil, kerosene, gasoline, natural gas or propane burning equipment, provided the aggregate expected actual emissions of the equipment identified as categorically insignificant do not exceed the de minimis level for any regulated pollutant, ba sed on the expected maximum annual operation of the equipment. If a source’s expected emissions from all such equipment exceed the de minimis levels, then the source may identify a su bgroup of such equipment as categorically insignificant with the remainder not categoricall y insignificant. The following s categorically insignificant: equipment may never be included a (A) Any individual distillate o il, kerosene or gasoline burning equipment with a ra ting greater than 0.4 million Btu/hour; propane burning equipment wit (B) Any individual natural gas or h a rating greater than 2.0 million Btu/hour. (d) Distillate oil, kerosene, gasoline, natural gas or propane burning equipment brought on site for six months or less for maintenan ce, construction or similar pur poses, such as but not limited to , provided that any such generators, pumps, hot water pressure washers and space heaters PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 B-28 Item G 000222

150 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 29 Page of 102 equipment that performs the same function as the permanent equi pment, must be operated within the source's existing PSEL; (e) Office activities; (f) Food service activities; (g) Janitorial activities; (h) Personal care activities; (i) Groundskeeping activities including, but not limited to building painting and road and parking lot maintenance; (j) On-site laundry activities; tion facilities; (k) On-site recrea (l) Instrument calibration; (m) Maintenance and repair shop; (n) Automotive repair shops or storage garages; air contaminants generated by or (o) Air cooling or ventilating equipment not designed to remove ciated equipment; released from asso ozone depleting substances ith less than 50 pounds of charge of (p) Refrigeration systems w regulated under Title VI, includ ing pressure tanks used in refr igeration systems but excluding any combustion equipment associated with such systems; (q) Bench scale laboratory equipment and laboratory equipment u sed exclusively for chemical and physical analysis, including a ssociated vacuum producing device s but excluding research and development facilities; (r) Temporary construction activities; (s) Warehouse activities; (t) Accidental fires; (u) Air vents from air compressors; (v) Air purification systems; (w) Continuous emissions monitoring vent lines; B-29 PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 Item G 000223

151 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 30 Page of 102 (x) Demineralized water tanks; d water purification systems; (y) Pre-treatment of municipal w ater, including use of deionize (z) Electrical charging stations; (aa) Fire brigade training; (bb) Instrument air dr yers and distribution; (cc) Process raw water filtration systems; (dd) Pharmaceutical packaging; (ee) Fire suppression; (ff) Blueprint making; ipated activities most often r, and replacement such as antic (gg) Routine maintenance, repai associated with and performed duri ng regularly scheduled equipm ent outages to maintain a plant ng condition, including but no t limited to steam cleaning, and its equipment in good operati abrasive use, and woodworking; (hh) Electric motors; ent used for ASTM grade distillate or , transfer and lubricating equipm (ii) Storage tanks, reservoirs , and hydraulic fluids; residual fuels, lubricants (jj) On-site storage tanks not subject to any New Source Perfor mance Standards (NSPS), including underground storage tanks (UST), storing gasoline or diesel use d exclusively for fueling of the facility's fleet of vehicles; (kk) Natural gas, propane, and liq uefied petroleum gas (LPG) st orage tanks and transfer equipment; taining gaseous compounds; (ll) Pressurized tanks con (mm) Vacuum sheet stacker vents; (nn) Emissions from wastewater discharges to publicly owned tre atment works (POTW) provided the source is authorized to discharge to the POTW, not includin g on-site wastewater treatment and/or holding facilities; (oo) Log ponds; (pp) Stormwater settling basins; B-30 PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 Item G 000224

152 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 31 Page of 102 (qq) Fire suppressi on and training; (rr) Paved roads and paved parking lots within an urban growth boundary; ved and unpaved roads except for (ss) Hazardous air pollutant emissions in fugitive dust from pa to the deposition and entrainment of s or activities that contribute those sources that have processe hazardous air pollutants from surface soils; (tt) Health, safety, and emerg ency response activities; imary equipment or utility (uu) Emergency generators and pumps used only during loss of pr the reasonable control of t he owner or operator, or to address service due to circumstances beyond the aggregate horsepower rating of all stationary emergency a power emergency, provided that not more than 3,000 horsepower. I f the aggregate horsepower generator and pump engines is y generator and pump engines is more than 3,000 horsepower, rating of all stationary emergenc then no emergency generators and pumps at the source may be considered categorically insignificant; nd leaks and safety and relief valves for boiler steam distribution (vv) Non-contact steam vents a systems; (ww) Non-contact steam c ondensate flash tanks; ivers, deaerator ondensate rece (xx) Non-contact steam vents on c s and similar equipment; (yy) Boiler blowdown tanks; that do not use chromium-based w ater treatment chemicals; (zz) Industrial cooling towers wetted condition and associated handling systems and activities; (aaa) Ash piles maintained in a (bbb) Uncontrolled oil/water separ ators in effluent treatment s ystems, excluding systems with a throughput of more than 400,000 gallons per year of effluent lo cated at the following sources: (A) Petroleum refineries; oleum refining and re-refining of lubricating oils and greases (B) Sources that perform petr including asphalt production by di stillation and the reprocessing of oils and/or solvents for fuels; or facilities; (C) Bulk gasoline plants, bulk gasoline terminals, and pipeline e safety purging on startup; (ccc) Combustion source flam (ddd) Broke beaters, pulp and re pulping tanks, stock chests and pulp handling equipment, excluding thickening equipment and repulpers; B-31 PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 Item G 000225

153 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 32 Page of 102 en stock washing systems; and rized pulp washing, excluding op (eee) Stock cleaning and pressu (fff) White water storage tanks. ficial authorized by the owner or eans the responsible person or of (24) "Certifying individual" m statement. operator of a source who certifies the accuracy of the emission ate or Indian reservation land (25) "Class I area" or “PSD Class I area” means any Federal, St which is classified or reclass ified as a Class I area under OAR 340-204-0050 and 340-204-0060. (26) “Class II area” or “PSD Cl ass II area’ means any land whic h is classified or reclassified as a Class II area under OAR 340-204-0050 and 340-204-0060. ich is reclassified as a Class III lass III area’ means any land wh (27) “Class III area” or “PSD C area under OAR 340-204-0060. (28) "Commence" or "commencemen t" means that the owner or opera tor has obtained all ther has: necessary preconstruction approvals required by the FCAA and ei continuous program of actual on-site construction of the source to (a) Begun, or caused to begin, a be completed in a reasonable time; or ts or contractual obligations, which cannot be canceled or (b) Entered into binding agreemen undertake a program of construction ss to the owner or operator, to modified without substantial lo ed in a reasonable time. of the source to be complet Environmental Quality Commission. (29) "Commission" or "EQC" means variation in pro cess rate for the calendar year is not (30) "Constant process rate" means the average greater than plus or minus ten pe rcent of the average process r ate. (31) "Construction": (a) Except as provided in subsection (b) means any physical cha nge including, but not limited to, fabrication, erection, installation, demolition, or modificatio n of a source or part of a source; (b) As used in OAR 340 division 224 means any physical change including, but not limited to, n of an emissions unit, or change in fabrication, erection, installation, demolition, or modificatio the method of operation of a sour ce which would result in a cha nge in actual emissions. d, specified by the applicable (32) "Continuous compliance determination method" means a metho permit condition, which: standard or an applicable or standard on a continuous basis, (a) Is used to determine compliance with an emission limitation riod established for the emission limitation or standard; and consistent with the averaging pe PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 B-32 Item G 000226

154 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 33 Page of 102 (b) Provides data either in units of the standard or correlated directly with the compliance limit. s, in a timed sequence, using (33) "Continuous monitoring systems" means sampling and analysi techniques which will adequately reflect actual emissions or co ncentrations on a continuing basis , found in OAR 340-200-0035, and as specified in the DEQ Continuous Monitoring Manual includes continuous emission monitoring systems, continuous opa city monitoring system (COMS) and continuous parameter monitoring systems. pment, other than inherent proc ess equipment that is used to (34) “Control device” means equi destroy or remove a regulated po llutant prior to discharge to t he atmosphere. The types of but are not limited to, fabric ed as control devices include, equipment that may commonly be us ertial separators, afterburners, thermal filters, mechanical collectors, electrostatic precipitators, in orption devices, such as carbon b or catalytic incinerators, ads eds, condensers, scrubbers, such as or non-catalytic reduction systems, wet collection and gas absorption devices, selective catalytic pray dryers, spray towers, mist eliminators, acid plants, sulfur flue gas recirculation systems, s recovery plants, injection syste ms, such as water, steam, ammon ia, sorbent or limestone injection, and combustion devices independent of the particular process be ing conducted at an emissions ction of emissions ach ieved by venting pr unit, e.g., the destru ocess emission streams to flares, boilers or process heaters. For purposes of OAR 340-212-0200 through 340-212-0280, a control event regulated pollutants from device does not include passive c ontrol measures that act to pr forming, such as the use of seals, lids, or roofs to prevent the release of regulated pollutants, use of ks, or the use of combustion or o ther process design features or low-polluting fuel or feedstoc requirement establishes that particular equipment which otherwise characteristics. If an applicable meets this definition of a contro l device does not constitute a control device as applied to a particular regulated pollutant- specific emissions unit, then that definition will be binding for purposes of OAR 340-212-0200 through 340-212-0280. removal efficiencies. (35) “Control efficiency” mean s the product of the capture and (36) "Criteria polluta nt" means any of the following regulated pollutants: nitrogen oxides, volatile organic compounds, particulate matter, PM10, PM2.5, sulfur diox ide, carbon monoxide, and lead. (37) "Data" means the results of any type of monitoring or meth od, including the results of instrumental or non-instrumental monitoring, emission calculations, manual sampling procedures, recordkeeping procedures, or any other form of information coll ection procedure used in connection with any typ e of monitoring or method. (38) “Day” means a 24-hour peri od beginning at 12:00 a.m. midnight or a 24-hour period as specified in a permit. sted below: ted pollutants li (39) "De minimis emission level" means the level for the regula (a) Greenhouse Gases (CO2e) = 2,756 tons per year. (b) CO = 1 ton per year. 11/15/2018 B-33 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000227

155 shown B: Other divisions, edits Attachment Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 34 Page of 102 (c) NOx = 1 ton per year. (d) SO2 = 1 ton per year. (e) VOC = 1 ton per year. (f) PM = 1 ton per year. (g) PM10 (except Medford AQMA) = 1 ton per year. (h) PM10 (Medford AQMA) = 0.5 ton per year and 5.0 pounds/day. (i) Direct PM2.5 = 1 ton per year. (j) Lead = 0.1 ton per year. (k) Fluorides = 0.3 ton per year. (l) Sulfuric Acid Mis t = 0.7 ton per year. (m) Hydrogen Sulfide = 1 ton per year. luding hydrogen sulfide) = 1 ton p er year. (n) Total Reduced Sulfur (inc (o) Reduced Sulfur = 1 ton per year. 0000005 ton per year. organics (dioxin and furans) = 0. (p) Municipal waste combustor (q) Municipal waste combustor metals = 1 ton per year. (r) Municipal waste combustor acid gases = 1 ton per year. (s) Municipal solid waste landfill gases (measured as nonmethane organic compounds) = 1 ton per year (t) Single HAP = 1 ton per year (u) Combined HAP (aggr egate) = 1 ton per year (40) "Department" or “DEQ”: (a) Means Department of Environmental Quality; except f Environmental Quality, or in (b) As used in OAR 340 division s 218 and 220 means Department o the case of Lane County, LRAPA. PROPOSED RULES B-34 11/15/2018 Item G 000228

156 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 35 Page of 102 or measuring a regulated (41) “DEQ method [#]” means the sampling method and protocols f pollutant as described in th e DEQ Source Sampling Manual, found in OAR 340-200-0035. s an attainment, unclassified, (42) “Designated area” means an area that has been designated a nder OAR 340 division 204 or ainment, or maintenance area u sustainment, nonattainment, reatt applicable provisions of the FCAA. means removal efficiency. (43) “Destruction efficiency” ct, or byproduct at a source that (44) "Device" means any machine, equipment, raw material, produ produces or emits a regulated pollutant. (45) "Direct PM2.5" has the m of PM2.5. eaning provided in the definition ignee. ctor of DEQ or the Director's des (46) "Director" means the Dire ating Permit for which DEQ or (47) "Draft permit" means the version of an Oregon Title V Oper EPA and affected State LRAPA offers public participation under OAR 340-218-0210 or the review under 340-218-0230. (48) "Dry standard cubic foot" means the amount of gas that would occupy a volume of one cubic ombined water at standard conditions. foot, if the gas were free of unc (49) "Effective date of the program" means the date that the EP A approves the Oregon Title V Operating Permit program submitted by DEQ on a full or interim basis. In case of a partial of the program" for each portion approval, the "effective date of the program is the date of the EPA approval of that portion. (50) "Emergency" means any situ asonably unforeseeable events ation arising from sudden and re beyond the control of the owner or operator, including acts of God, which situation requires immediate corrective action t o restore normal operation, and th at causes the source to exceed a technology-based emission limitation under the permit, due to unavoidable increases in emissions attributable to the emergenc y. An emergency does not include noncompliance to the extent caused by improperly designed equipment, lack of preventative maintenance, careless or improper operation, or operator error. (51) "Emission" means a release into the atmosphere of any regulated pollutant or any air contaminant. (52) "Emission estimate adjustme nt factor" or "EEAF" means an adjustment applied to an emission factor to account for the relative inaccuracy of the e mission factor. (53) "Emission factor" means an estimate of the rate at which a regulated pollutant is released into rate of that activ the atmosphere, as the result of some activity, divided by the ity (e.g., production or process rate). PROPOSED RULES B-35 11/15/2018 Item G 000229

157 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 36 Page of 102 ission standard" or “Emission limitation or standard” means: (54) "Emission limitation" or "Em shed by a state, local government, or n (b), a requirement establi (a) Except as provided in subsectio issions of regulated pollutants on a y, rate, or concentration of em the EPA which limits the quantit vel of opacity, prescribe continuous basis, including any requirements which limit the le aintenance procedures for a source to equipment, set fuel specifica e operation or m tions, or prescrib assure continuous emission reduction. cable requirement that (b) As used in OAR 340-212-0200 through 340-212-0280, any appli tion, emission standard, standard constitutes an emission limita of performance or means of emission limitation as defined under the FCAA. An emission limitation or standard may be r concentration of ific quantity, rate o expressed in terms of the pollutant, expressed either as a spec emissions, e.g., pounds of SO2 per hour, pounds of SO2 per million British thermal units of fuel of applied coat ing solids, or parts per million by volume of SO2, input, kilograms of VOC per liter or as the relationship of uncontrolled to controlled emissions, e.g., percentage capture and destruction efficiency of VOC or percentage reduction of SO2. A n emission limitation or standard trol device parameter, or other form may also be expressed either as a work practice, process or con intenance requirement. For , operational, or operation and ma of specific design, equipment purposes of 340-212-0200 through 340-212-0280, an emission limitation or standard does not include general operation requi rements that an owner or operato r may be required to meet, such as , operate and maintain sources using good air pollution control requirements to obtain a permit practices, develop and maintain a malfunction abatement plan, k eep records, submit reports, or conduct monitoring. erve, subject to requirements of (55) "Emission Reduction credit banking" means to presently res OAR 340 division 268, Emission Reducti on Credits, emission redu ctions for use by the reserver or assignee for future compliance with air pollution reduction req uirements. (56) "Emission reporting form" m eans a paper or electronic form developed by DEQ that must be t calculated emissions, actu completed by the permittee to repor al emissions, or permitted emissions for interim emission fee assessment purposes. (57) "Emissions unit" means any part or activity of a source th at emits or has the potential to emit any regulated pollutant. (a) A part of a source is any machine, equipment, raw material, product, or byproduct that ess, operation, action, or reaction, tants. An activity is any proc produces or emits regulated pollu lutants. Except as described in e.g., chemical, at a stationary source that emits regulated pol subsection (d), parts and activ ities may be grouped for purposes of defining an emissions unit if the following conditions are met: (A) The group used to define th e emissions unit may not include discrete parts or activities to rd applies or for which different compliance demonstration which a distinct emissions standa requirements apply; and ssions unit are quantifiable. (B) The emissions from the emi 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES B-36 Item G 000230

158 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 37 Page of 102 d on a regulated pollutant by regulated pollutant basis where (b) Emissions units may be define applicable. t meant to alter or affect the (c) The term emissions unit is no definition of the term "unit" under Title IV of the FCAA. sions increases from an emissions (d) Parts and activities cannot be grouped for determining emis e applicability of any New unit under OAR 340 divisions 210 and 224, or for determining th Source Performance Standard. (58) "EPA" or "Administrator" means the Administrator of the Un ited States Environmental Protection Agency or the Administrator's designee. f the Opacity of Emissions thod for Visual Determination o (59) "EPA Method 9" means the me From Stationary Sources described in 40 C .F .R . part 60, Appendix A–4. zing for a regulated pollutant (60) "Equivalent method" means any method of sampling and analy that has been demonstrated to D EQ's satisfaction to have a consistent and quantitatively known ce method, under specified condition s. An equivalent method used to relationship to the referen meet an applicable federal require ment for which a reference me thod is specified must be legated authority for the appr oval to DEQ. approved by EPA unless EPA has de (61) "Event" means excess emissions that arise from the same co ndition and occur during a single calendar day or continue int o subsequent calendar days. (62) "Exceedance" means a condition that is detected by monitor ing that provides data in terms of sions, or opacity, are greater than the an emission limitation or standard and that indicates that emis standard, or less than the ap plicable standard in the case of a applicable emission limitation or percent reduction re quirement, consistent with any averaging pe riod specified for averaging the results of the monitoring. (63) "Excess emissions" means emissions in excess of a permit or permit attachment limit , in or in violation of any applicable air excess of a risk limit under OAR chapter 340, division 245, quality rule. ure from an indicator range esta blished for monitoring under OAR (64) "Excursion" means a depart stent with any averaging nd 340-218-0050(3)(a), consi 340-212-0200 through 340-212-0280 a period specified for averaging the results of the monitoring. s with respect to any lands in the United States, the Secretary (65) "Federal Land Manager" mean of the federal department wit h authority over such lands. eans any source listed in subsecti (66) "Federal Major Source" m ons (a) or (d) below: (a) A source with potential to emit: 11/15/2018 B-37 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000231

159 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 38 Page of 102 tant, excluding greenhouse gases (A) 100 tons per year or more of a ny individual regulated pollu in a source category listed in and hazardous air pollutants li sted in OAR 340 division 244 if subsection (c), or (B) 250 tons per year or more of a ny individual regulated pollu tant, excluding greenhouse gases and hazardous air pollutants listed in OAR 340 division 244, if not in a source category listed in subsection (c). (b) Calculations for determining a source’s potential to emit f or purposes of subsections (a) and (d) must include the following: d (A) Fugitive emissions and insignificant activity emissions; an (B) Increases or decreases due to a new or modified source. (c) Source categories: ectric plants of more than 250 million BTU/hour heat input; (A) Fossil fuel-fired steam el with thermal dryers; (B) Coal cleaning plants (C) Kraft pulp mills; (D) Portland cement plants; (E) Primary zinc smelters; (F) Iron and stee l mill plants; (G) Primary aluminum or e reduction plants; (H) Primary copper smelters; s of refuse per day; (I) Municipal incinerators capable of charging more than 50 ton (J) Hydrofluoric acid plants; (K) Sulfuric acid plants; (L) Nitric acid plants; (M) Petroleum refineries; (N) Lime plants; (O) Phosphate rock processing plants; B-38 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000232

160 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 39 Page of 102 (P) Coke oven batteries; (Q) Sulfur recovery plants; (R) Carbon black plants, furnace process; (S) Primary lead smelters; (T) Fuel conversion plants; (U) Sintering plants; (V) Secondary metal production plants; xcluding ethanol production facil ities that produce ethanol by (W) Chemical process plants, e natural fermentation included in NAICS codes 325193 or 312140; (X) Fossil fuel fired boilers, or combinations thereof, totalin g more than 250 million BTU per hour heat input; (Y) Petroleum storage and transfer units with a total storage capacity exceeding 300,000 barrels; (Z) Taconite ore processing plants; ocessing plants; (AA) Glass fiber pr (BB) Charcoal production plants. f the FCAA, including: (d) A major stationary source as defined in part D of Title I o o emit 100 tons per year or more of (A) For ozone nonattainment areas, sources with the potential t "moderate," 50 tons per year or VOCs or oxides of nitrogen in areas classified as "marginal" or ious," 25 tons per year or more in areas classifie more in areas classified as "ser d as "severe," and 10 tons per year or more in areas classified as "extreme"; except that the references in this es do not apply with respect to any paragraph to 100, 50, 25, and 10 tons per year of nitrogen oxid source for which the Administrator has made a finding, under se ction 182(f)(1) or (2) of the FCAA, that requirements under section 182(f) of the FCAA do not apply; (B) For ozone transport regions established pursuant to under section 184 of the FCAA, sources with the potential to emit 50 tons per year or more of VOCs; (C) For carbon monoxide nonattainm ent areas that are classified as "serious" and in which significantly to carbon monoxide levels as determined under rules stationary sources contribute ces with the potential to emit 50 tons per year or more of carbon issued by the Administrator, sour monoxide. B-39 PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 Item G 000233

161 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 40 Page of 102 (D) For PM10 nonattainment areas classified as "serious," sources with the potential to emit 70 tons per year or more of PM10. ating Permit issued by DEQ or (67) "Final permit" means the version of an Oregon Title V Oper LRAPA that has completed all revi 340-218-0120 through 340- ew procedures required by OAR 218-0240. (68) "Form" means a paper or e lectronic form developed by DEQ. (69) “Fuel burning equipment” m eans equipment, other than internal combustion engines, the to produce heat or power by indir principal purpose of which is ect heat transfer. (70) "Fugitive emissions": (a) Except as used in subsection (b), means emissions of any ai r contaminant which escape to the ea that is not id entifiable as a stack, vent, duct, or equivalent atmosphere from any point or ar opening. rogram source, means those (b) As used to define a major Oregon Title V Operating Permit p ney, vent, or other functionally emissions which could not reason ably pass through a stack, chim equivalent opening. (71) "General permit": (a) Except as provided in subsect ion (b), means an Oregon Air C ontaminant Discharge Permit established under OAR 340-216-0060; (b) As used in OAR 340 division 21 8 means an Oregon Title V Ope rating Permit established under OAR 340-218-0090. (72) "Generic PSEL" means the l ts listed below: evels for the regulated pollutan (a) Greenhouse Gases (CO2e) = 74,000 tons per year (b) CO = 99 tons per year (c) NOx = 39 tons per year (d) SO2 = 39 tons per year (e) VOC = 39 tons per year (f) PM = 24 tons per year (g) PM10 (except Medford AQMA) = 14 tons per year 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES B-40 Item G 000234

162 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 41 Page of 102 (h) PM10 (Medford AQMA) = 4.5 tons per year and 49 pounds per day (i) PM2.5 = 9 tons per year (j) Lead = 0.5 tons per year (k) Fluorides = 2 tons per year (l) Sulfuric Acid Mis t = 6 tons per year (m) Hydrogen Sulfide = 9 tons per year (n) Total Reduced Sulfur (incl uding hydrogen sulfide) = 9 tons per year (o) Reduced Sulfur = 9 tons per year organics (Dioxin and furans) = 0. (p) Municipal waste combustor 0000030 tons per year r metals = 14 tons per year (q) Municipal waste combusto (r) Municipal waste combustor acid gases = 39 tons per year (s) Municipal solid waste landfill gases (measured as nonmethane organic compounds) = 49 tons per year (t) Single HAP = 9 tons per year (u) Combined HAPs (aggregate) = 24 tons per year of the following six gases: (73)(a) "Greenhouse gases" or "GHGs" means the aggregate group fluorocarbons, and sulfur hane, hydrofluorocarbons, per carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide, met hexafluoride. Each gas is also i ndividually a greenhouse gas. (b) The definition of greenhouse gases in subsection (a) of thi s section does not include, for purposes of division 216, 218, and 224, carbon dioxide emission s from the combustion or decomposition of biomass except to the extent required by feder al law. (74) "Growth allowance" means an allocation of some part of an airshed's capacity to accommodate future proposed sour ces and modifications of sources. nel made from wood that has bee n reduced to basic wood fibers (75) "Hardboard" means a flat pa and bonded by adhesive properties under pressure. pursuant to (76) “Hazardous Air Pollutant” or “HAP” means an air contaminan t listed by the EPA r reasonably be section 112(b) of the FCAA or determined by the EQC to cause, o under vironment. anticipated to cause, adverse effects to human health or the en PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 B-41 Item G 000235

163 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 42 Page of 102 e than one hour after a source (77) "Immediately" means as soon as possible but in no case mor knew or should have known of an excess emission period. (78) "Indian governing body" m eans the governing body of any tr ibe, band, or group of Indians by the United States as possessing subject to the jurisdiction of the United States and recognized power of self-government. ation established by Treaty, (79) "Indian reservation" means any federally recognized reserv Agreement, Executive Order, or Act of Congress. sary for the proper or safe (80) "Inherent process equipment" means equipment that is neces functioning of the process, or mat erial recovery equipment that the owner or operator documents is installed and operated primarily for purposes other than compliance with air pollution regulations. Equipment that must be operated at an efficiency higher than that achieved during normal process operations in order to comply with the applicable emission limitation or standard is not inherent purposes of OAR 340-212-0200 through 340-212-0280, inherent process equipment. For the process equipment is not considered a control device. tivity or emission tha t DEQ has designated as (81) "Insignificant activity" means an ac categorically insignificant, or t hat meets the criteria of aggr egate insignificant emissions. (82) "Insignificant change" means an off-permit change defined under OAR 340-218-0140(2)(a) to significant activity which: either a significant or an in (a) Does not result in a re-desi o a significant activity; nsignificant t gnation from an i requirement not included in t (b) Does not invoke an applicable he permit; and (c) Does not result in emission of regulated pollutants not reg ulated by the source's permit. (83) “Internal combustion engine” means stationary gas turbines and reciprocating internal combustion engines. (84) "Late payment" means a f ee payment which is postmarked aft er the due date. (85) "Liquefied petroleum gas" has the meaning given by the Ame rican Society for Testing and Materials in ASTM D1835-82, "Standard Specification for Liquid Petroleum Gases." (86) "Lowest Achievable Emission Rate" or "LAER" means that rat e of emissions which reflects: the most stringent emission limita e implementation plan of any state tion which is contained in th for such class or category of source, unless the owner or opera tor of the proposed source ost stringent emission limitation ons are not achievable; or the m demonstrates that such limitati ce, whichever is more stringent. The which is achieved in practice by s uch class or category of sour permit a proposed new or modifi application of this term cannot ed source to emit any air New Source Performance contaminant in excess of the amount allowable under applicable for hazardous air pollutants. Standards (NSPS) or standards 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES B-42 Item G 000236

164 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 43 Page of 102 (87) "Maintenance area" means any area that was formerly nonatt ainment for a criteria pollutant approved a maintenance plan to but has since met the ambient air quality standard, and EPA has pursuant to under comply with the standards 40 C.F .R . 51.110. Maintenance areas are designated by the EQC according to division 204. ich a maintenance area was s a regulated pollutant for wh (88) "Maintenance pollutant" mean formerly designated a nonattainment area. s any physical change or change in the method of operation of a (89) "Major Modification" mean 24-0025. ng the requirements of OAR 340-2 source that results in satisfyi (90) “Major New Source Review” or “Major NSR” means the new sou rce review process and 224-0010 through 340-224-0070 and 34 0-224-0500 through 340- requirements under OAR 340- 224-0540 based on the location and r egulated pollutants emitted . (91) "Major source": (a) Except as provided in subsect ion (b) of this section, means a source that emits, or has the ir pollutant at a Significant Emission Rate. The fugitive emissions potential to emit, any regulated a and insignificant activity emissions of a stationary source are considered in determining whether it is a major source. Potential to e mit calculations must include emission increases due to a new or modified source and may include emission decreases. 210, Stationary Source Notifica tion Requirements, OAR 340 (b) As used in OAR 340 division division 218, Oregon Title V Ope rating Permits, OAR 340 division 220, Oregon Title V Operating Permit Fees, 340-216-0066, Standard ACDPs, and OAR 340 division 236, Emission Standards for f stationary sources that are located Specific Industries, means any stationary source or any group o on one or more contiguous or adjac ent properties and are under common control of the same person or persons under common contr ol belonging to a single major industrial grouping or supporting the major industrial group and that is described in paragraphs (A), (B), or (C). For the purposes of this subsection, a s tationary source or group of st ationary sources is considered part of a single industrial grouping if a ll of the regulated pollutant emitting activities at such source or group of sources on contiguous or adjacent properties belong to the same major group (i.e., all have the same two-digit code) as described in the Standard Industrial Classification Manual (U.S. ustrial group. Office of Management and Budget, 1987) or support the major ind (A) A major source of hazardous air pollutants, which means: stationary source or group of (i) For hazardous air pollutants other than radionuclides, any stationary sources located w ithin a contiguous area and under c ommon control that emits or has the potential to emit, in the a re of any hazardous air pollutants that ggregate, 10 tons per year or mo ar or more of any pursuant to under has been listed OAR 340-244-0040; 25 tons per ye combination of such hazardous air pollutants, or such lesser qu antity as the Administrator may production well, along with its any oil or gas exploration or establish by rule. Emissions from r or pump station will not be associated equipment, and emissions from any pipeline compresso PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 B-43 Item G 000237

165 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 44 Page of 102 not such units are in a contiguous aggregated with emissions from ot her similar units, whether or area or under common control, to determine whether such units o r stations are major sources; or (ii) For radionuclides, "major source" will have the meaning sp ecified by the Administrator by rule. regulated pollutants, as defin (B) A major stationary source of ed in section 302 of the FCAA, that directly emits or has the potential to emit 100 tons per year o r more of any regulated pollutant, emissions of any such regulated except greenhouse gases, includi ng any major source of fugitive t considered in determining whether pollutant. The fugitive emissions of a stationary source are no (j) of the FCAA, unless the source it is a major stationary source for the purposes of section 302 s: belongs to one of the following categories of stationary source (i) Coal cleaning plants (with thermal dryers); (ii) Kraft pulp mills; (iii) Portland cement plants; (iv) Primary zinc smelters; (v) Iron and steel mills; (vi) Primary aluminum or e reduction plants; (vii) Primary copper smelters; (viii) Municipal incinerators capable of charging more than 50 tons of refuse per day; (ix) Hydrofluoric, sulfuric, or nitric acid plants; (x) Petroleum refineries; (xi) Lime plants; (xii) Phosphate rock processing plants; (xiii) Coke oven batteries; (xiv) Sulfur recovery plants; (xv) Carbon black plants (furnace process); (xvi) Primary lead smelters; (xvii) Fuel conversion plants; B-44 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000238

166 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 45 Page of 102 (xviii) Sintering plants; (xix) Secondary metal production plants; (xx) Chemical process plants, excluding ethanol production faci lities that produce ethanol by natural fermentation included in NAICS codes 325193 or 312140; ombination thereof, totaling more than 250 million British thermal (xxi) Fossil-fuel boilers, or c units per hour heat input; e capacity exceeding 300,000 barrels; (xxii) Petroleum storage and tra nsfer units with a total storag (xxiii) Taconite ore processing plants; processing plants; (xxiv) Glass fiber oduction plants; (xxv) Charcoal pr (xxvi) Fossil-fuel-fired steam electric plants of more than 250 million British thermal units per hour heat input; or ce category, that as of August 7, 1980 is being regulated under (xxvii) Any other stationary sour section 111 or 112 of the FCAA. ary source of regulated (C) From July 1, 2011 through November 6, 2014, a major station of the FCAA, that directly emits or has the potential to emit pollutants, as defined by Section 302 100 tons per year or more of greenho use gases and directly emits or has the potential to emit s. 100,000 tons per year or more CO2e, including fugitive emission (92) "Material balance" means a procedure for determining emiss ions based on the difference in the amount of material added to a process and the amount consum ed and/or recovered from a process. (93) "Modification," except as used in the terms "major modific ation" “permit modification” and “Title I modification,” means a ny physical change to, or change in the method of operation of, a source or part of a source that results in an increase in the source or part of the source's potential to do not include the following: n hourly basis. Modifications emit any regulated pollutant on a tion or production rates that do not involve a physical change or (a) Increases in hours of opera change in the method of operation; ive fuel or raw material that the (b) Changes in the method of operation due to using an alternat ing during the baseline period; physically capable of accommodat source or part of a source was and PROPOSED RULES B-45 11/15/2018 Item G 000239

167 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 46 Page of 102 (c) Routine maintenance, repair and like-for-like replacement of components unless they increase the expected life of the sour ce or part of a source by using component upgrades that would not nction. ource or part of a source to fu otherwise be necessary for the s e basis to determine or otherwise (94) "Monitoring" means any form of collecting data on a routin assess compliance with emission limitations or standards. Monitoring may include record keeping if the records are used to determine or assess compliance with an emission limitation or standard aw material content such as records of r and usage, or records documenting compliance with work practice requirements. Monitoring may include conducting compli ance method tests, such as the .F .R. part 60, on a routine periodic procedures in appendix A to 40 C basis. Requirements to egulatory authority may require on a conduct such tests on a one-time ba sis, or at such times as a r ered monitoring requirements f or purposes of this definition. non-regular basis, are not consid Monitoring may include one or more than one of the following da ta collection techniques as appropriate for a partic ular circumstance: (a) Continuous emission or opacity monitoring systems. (b) Continuous process, capture system, control device or other relevant parameter monitoring systems or procedures, includi ng a predictive emission monitoring system. culation procedures (e.g., mass (c) Emission estimation and cal balance or stoichiometric calculations). (d) Maintaining and analyzing recor usage. ds of fuel or raw materials (e) Recording results of a progr am or protocol to conduct specific operation and maintenance procedures. (f) Verifying emissions, process parameters, capture system parameters, or control device parameters using portable or in s itu measurement devices. (g) Visible emission obser vations and recording. outine basis emissions, process (h) Any other form of measur ing, recording, or verifying on a r parameters, capture system parameters, control device parameter s or other factors relevant to assessing compliance with emission limitations or standards. carbon and nonhydrocarbon gases (95) "Natural gas" means a naturally occurring mixture of hydro found in geologic formations beneath the earth's surface, of wh ich the principal component is methane. (96) "Netting basis" means an emission rate determined as specified in OAR 340-222-0046. (97) "Nitrogen oxides" or "NOx" cept nitrous oxide. means all oxides of nitrogen ex PROPOSED RULES B-46 11/15/2018 Item G 000240

168 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 47 Page of 102 e, as designated by the EQC or the (98) "Nonattainment area" means a geographical area of the stat ient air quality standard. EPA, that exceeds any state or federal primary or secondary amb sion 204. ted by the EQC according to divi Nonattainment areas are designa which an area is designated a (99) "Nonattainment pollutant" means a regulated pollutant for nonattainment area. Nonattainme nt areas are designated by the EQC according to division 204. nclude such conditions as forced (100) "Normal source operation" means operation that does not i rket conditions. fuel substitution, equipment m alfunction, or highly abnormal ma (101) "Odor" means that propert ects the sense of smell. y of an air contaminant that aff (102) "Offset" means an equivale nt or greater emission reductio n that is required before allowing an emission increase from a source that is subject to Major NSR or State NSR. ee to which emi ssions, excluding uncombined water, reduce the (103) "Opacity" means the degr re the view of an object in the background as measured by EPA transmission of light and obscu Method 9 or other method, as specified in each applicable rule. (104) "Oregon Title V operating permit" or “Title V permit” means written authorization issued, OAR 340 division 218. pursuant to under renewed, amended, or revised (105) "Oregon Title V operating permit program" or “Title V program” means the Oregon program described in OAR 340 division 218 and approved by the A dministrator under 40 C .F .R . part 70. e V source” means any source (106) "Oregon Title V operating permit program source" or “Titl subject to the permitting requirements, OAR 340 division 218. (107) "Ozone precursor" means nitrogen oxides and volatile orga nic compounds. (108) "Ozone season" means th e contiguous 3 month period during which ozone exceedances typically occur, i.e., J une, July, and August. wood particles bonded together (109) "Particleboard" means matformed flat panels consisting of ther suitable binder. with synthetic resin or o (110) "Particulate matter" means all finely divided solid or liquid material, other than uncombined water, emitted to the ambient air as measured by the test metho d specified in each applicable rule, or where not specified by rule, in the permit. Oregon Title V Operating (111) "Permit" means an Air Contam inant Discharge Permit or an Permit , permit attachment and any amendments or modifications thereof . (112) "Permit modification" means a permit revision that meets the applicable requirements of OAR 340 division 216, OAR 340 division 224, or OAR 340-218-0160 through 340-218-0180. 11/15/2018 B-47 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000241

169 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 48 Page of 102 ny permit modification or administrative permit amendment. (113) "Permit revision" means a ns each regulated pollutant used in OAR 340 division 220 mea (114) "Permitted emissions" as perating Permit, review report, or portion of the PSEL, as identifie d in an ACDP, Oregon Title V O pursuant tounder by DEQ OAR 340-220-0090. orized to emit regulated pollutants (115) "Permittee" means the owner or operator of a source, auth under an ACDP or Oregon Title V Operating Permit. , corporations, associations, f irms, partnerships, joint stock (116) "Person" means individuals sions, the State of Oregon and any rporations, political subdivi companies, public and municipal co al government and any agencies t hereof. agencies thereof, and the feder or "PSEL" means the total mass emissions per unit time of an (117) "Plant Site Emission Limit" d pollutant specified i n a permit for a source. The PSEL for a major source may individual regulate consist of more than one perm itted emission for purposes of Ore gon Title V Operating Permit Fees in OAR 340 division 220. mber of thin sheets of veneers of (118) “Plywood" means a flat panel built generally of an odd nu wood in which the grain direction of each ply or layer is at ri ght angles to the one adjacent to it. (119) "PM10": (a) When used in the context of emissions, means finely divided solid or liquid material, including condensable particulate, other t han uncombined water, with an aerodynamic diameter less than or equal to a nominal 10 micrometers, emitted to the ambient air a s measured by the test method specified in each applicable rul le, in each individual permit; e or, where not specified by ru (b) When used in the context of ambient concentration, means ai rborne finely divided solid or liquid material with an aerodynami c diameter less than or equal to a nominal 10 micrometers as measured under 40 C .F .R . part 50, Appendix J or an equiva lent method designated under 4 0 C.F .R . part 53. (120) "PM2.5": (a) When used in the context of direct PM2.5 emissions, means f inely divided solid or liquid material, including condensable particulate, other than uncombi ned water, with an aerodynamic ed to the ambient air as measured diameter less than or equal to a nominal 2.5 micrometers, emitt h applicable rule or, where by the test method specified in eac not specified by rule, in each individual permit. s sulfur dioxide (SO2) and (b) When used in the context of PM2.5 precursor emissions, mean the test method specified in each nitrogen oxides (NOx) emitted to the ambient air as measured by dual permit. applicable rule or, where not specified by rule, in each indivi B-48 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000242

170 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 49 Page of 102 ambient concentration, means ai (c) When used in the context of rborne finely divided solid or to a nominal 2.5 micrometers as c diameter less than or equal liquid material with an aerodynami lent method designated under .F .R . part 50, Appendix L, or an equiva 40 measured under 40 C C.F .R . part 53. to PM10 for each emissions unit (121) "PM2.5 fraction" means th e fraction of PM2.5 in relation that is included in the netting basis and PSEL. (122) "Pollutant-specific emissions unit" means an emissions unit considered separately with respect to each regulated pollutant. (123) “Portable” means designed and capable of being carried or moved from one location to , wheels, skids, carrying handles, dolly, another. Indicia of portability include, but are not limited to trailer, or platform. "PTE" means the lesser of: (124) "Potential to emit" or (a) The regulated pollutant emissions capaci ty of a stationary source; or ated pollutant emissions taking into consideration any physical (b) The maximum allowable regul or operational limitation, inclu ding use of control devices and restrictions on hours of operation or on the type or amount of material combusted, stored, or process ed, if the limitation is enforceable by the Administrator. (c) This definition does not alter or affect the use of this te rm for any other purposes under the FCAA or the term "capacity factor " as used in Title IV of the F CAA and the regulations promulgated thereunder. Secondary emissions are not considered in determining the potential to emit. (125) "ppm" means parts per million by volume unless otherwise pplicable rule or specified in the a an individual permit. It is a dime nsionless unit of measurement for gases that expre sses the ratio of the volume of one component gas to the volume of the entire sam ple mixture of gases. (126) "Predictive emission monito ring system” or “PEMS" means a system that uses process and omputer program or other data other parameters as inputs to a c reduction system to produce values mission limitation or standard. in terms of the applicable e (127) "Press/cooling vent" m eans any opening through which particulate and gaseous emissions from plywood, particleboard, or ha rdboard manufacturing are exhausted, either by natural draft or powered fan, from the buildi gs are generally located ng housing the process. Such openin immediately above the board pres s, board unloader, or board coo ling area. ction process or system to operate (128) "Process upset" means a failure or malfunction of a produ in a normal and usual manner. B-49 PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 Item G 000243

171 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 50 Page of 102 Operating Permit that DEQ or (129) "Proposed permit" means th e version of an Oregon Title V eview in compliance with OAR s to the Administrator for r LRAPA proposes to issue and forward 340-218-0230. onattainment and has three an area that is designated as n (130) “Reattainment area” means consecutive years of monitoring data that shows the area is mee ting the ambient air quality ignated a nonattainment area, but a standard for the regulated pollutant for which the area was des not yet been approved. Reattain ment areas are designated by the formal redesignation by EPA has EQC according to division 204. (131) “Reattainment pollutant” means a regulated pollutant for which an area is designated a reattainment area. zing for a regulated pollutant (132) "Reference method" means any method of sampling and analy .F .R . part 52, 60, 61 or 63. as specified in 40 C (133) "Regional agency" means La ne Regional Air Protection Agen cy. t" or "Regulated pollutant": (134) "Regulated air pollutan (a) Except as provided in subsections (b), and (c) , means: and (d) (A) Nitrogen oxides or any VOCs; (B) Any pollutant for which an ambient air quality standard has been promulgated, including any precursors to such pollutants; (C) Any pollutant that is subject nder section 111 of the FCAA; to any standard promulgated u (D) Any Class I or II substance subject to a standard promulgat ed under or established by Title VI of the FCAA; (E) Any pollutant liste d under OAR 340-244-0040 or 40 C .F .R . 68.130; and (F) Greenhouse gases ; and . (G) Toxic Air Contaminants ermit Fees, regulated pollutant 220, Oregon Title V Operating P (b) As used in OAR 340 division atile organic compounds, oxides of nitrogen and sulfur dioxide. means particulate matter, vol 22, Plant Site Emission Limits and division 224, New Source (c) As used in OAR 340 division 2 ed in OAR 340 divisions 244 and not include any pollutant list Review, regulated pollutant does 246. B-50 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000244

172 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 51 Page of 102 (d) As used in OAR 340 division 202 Ambient Air Quality Standards And PSD Increments through division 210 Stationary Source Notification Requirements; division 215 Greenhouse on 222 Stationary Source Plant Si Reporting Requirements; divisi te Emission Limits through eral Hazardous Air Pollutant Program division 244 Oregon Fed and division 248 Asbestos ; egulated pollutant means only Requirements through division 268 Emission Reduction Credits; r the air contaminants listed under paragraphs (a)(A) through (F) . (135) “Removal efficiency” means the performance of an air pollution control device in terms of the ratio of the amount of the regulated pollutant removed from the airstream to the total amount of regulated pollutant that enters t he air pollution control devic e. (136) "Renewal" means the process by which a permit is reissued at the end of its term. (137) "Responsible official" m eans one of the following: (a) For a corporation: a president, secretary, t reasurer, or vi ce-president of the corporation in ss function, or any other person wh o performs similar policy or charge of a principal busine decision-making functions for t he corporation, or a duly authorized representative of such person of one or more manufacturing, if the representative is respons ible for the overall operation or or subject to a permit and either: production, or operating facilities applying f (A) The facilities employ more than 250 persons or have gross a nnual sales or expenditures exceeding $25 million (in second quarter 1980 dollars); or (B) The delegation of authority t o such representative is approved in advance by DEQ or LRAPA. (b) For a partnership or sole pr or the proprietor , respectively; oprietorship: a general partner ederal, or other public agency: either a principal executive officer or (c) For a municipality, State, F ranking elected official. For th e purposes of this division, a principal executive officer of a Federal agency includes the chief execu tive officer having responsibility for the overall operations of a principal geographic unit of EPA (e.g., a Regional Administrato r of the EPA); or (d) For affected sources: (A) The designated representativ ds, requirements, or prohibitions e in so far as actions, standar regulations promulgated there under Title IV of the FCAA or the under are concerned; and (B) The designated representativ e for any other purposes under the Oregon Title V Operating Permit program. (138) "Secondary emissions" means emissions that are a result o f the construction and/or operation of a source or modification, but that do not come from the sour ce itself. Secondary emissions must tifiable, and impact the same ge be specific, well defined, quan neral area as the source associated with the secondary emissions. Seco but are not limited to: ndary emissions may include, 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES B-51 Item G 000245

173 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 52 Page of 102 ins coming to or from a facilit (a) Emissions from ships and tra y; nstructed or would otherwise that would be co upport facilities (b) Emissions from off-site s ion of a source. of the construction or modificat increase emissions as a result 7411, which includes Standards ion 111 of the FCAA, 42 U.S.C. § (139) "Section 111" means sect of Performance for New Stationary Sources (NSPS). (140) "Section 111(d)" means subsection 111(d) of the FCAA, 42 U.S.C. § 7411(d), which PA plans that establish stand ards of performance for existing requires states to submit to the E rds. sources and provides for implementing and enforcing such standa ion 112 of the FCAA, 42 U.S.C. § 7412, which contains (141) "Section 112" means sect regulations for Hazardous Air Pollutants. (142) "Section 112(b)" means subsection 112(b) of the FCAA, 42 U.S.C. § 7412(b), which includes the list of hazardous air pollutants to be regulated. (143) "Section 112(d)" means subsection 112(d) of the FCAA, 42 U.S.C. § 7412(d), which directs the EPA to establish emission standards for sources of hazardou s air pollutants. T his section also d by the EPA when establishing th e emission standards. defines the criteria to be use (144) "Section 112(e)" means s ubsection 112(e) of the FCAA, 42 U.S.C. § 7412(e), which directs the EPA to establish and promulgate emissions standards for cat egories and subcategories of sources that emit hazardous air pollutants. (145) "Section 112(r)(7)" means subsection 112(r)(7) of the FCA A, 42 U.S.C. § 7412(r)(7), which egulations for the prevention o f accidental releases and requires requires the EPA to promulgate r re risk management plans. owners or operators to prepa (146) "Section 114(a)(3)" means subsection 114(a)(3) of the FCA A, 42 U.S.C. § 7414(a)(3), which requires enhanced monitoring and submission of compliance certifications for major sources. (147) "Section 129" means sect ion 129 of the FCAA, 42 U.S.C. § 7429, which requires the EPA to aste incineration units. establish emission standards and other requirements for solid w (148) "Section 129(e)" means s ubsection 129(e) of the FCAA, 42 U.S.C. § 7429(e), which requires to obtain Oregon Title V Operati ng Permits. solid waste incineration units U.S.C. § 7511a(f), which (149) "Section 182(f)" means subsection 182(f) of the FCAA, 42 ovisions in the SIP for NOx i n ozone nonattainment areas. requires states to include plan pr (150) "Section 182(f)(1)" means subsection 182(f)(1) of the FCA A, 42 U.S.C. § 7511a(f)(1), for major VOC sources and major which requires states to apply those plan provisions developed ttainment areas. NOx sources in ozone nona 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES B-52 Item G 000246

174 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 53 Page of 102 (151) "Section 183(e)" means s ubsection 183(e) of the FCAA, 42 U.S.C. § 7511b(e), which requires the EPA to study and deve ol of certain VOC sources under lop regulations for the contr federal ozone measures. U.S.C. § 7511b(f), which (152) "Section 183(f)" means subsection 183(f) of the FCAA, 42 els under federal ozone measures. requires the EPA to develop reg ulations pertaining to tank vess 7511c, which contains (153) "Section 184" means sect ion 184 of the FCAA, 42 U.S.C. § nterstate ozone air pollution. regulations for the control of i ion 302 of the FCAA, 42 U.S.C. § (154) "Section 302" means sect 7602, which contains definitions for general and administra tive purposes in the FCAA. U.S.C. § 7602(j), which contains (155) "Section 302(j)" means subsection 302(j) of the FCAA, 42 cility." definitions of "major stationary source" and "major emitting fa 7627, which contains ion 328 of the FCAA, 42 U.S.C. § (156) "Section 328" means sect llution from outer continental shelf acti regulations for air po vities. ubsection 408(a) of the FCAA, 42 U.S.C. § 7651g(a), which (157) "Section 408(a)" means s contains regulations for the Title IV permit program. (158) "Section 502(b)(10) change" means a change which contrave nes an express permit term but is not a change that: (a) Would violate applic able requirements; (b) Would contravene federally enforceable permit terms and con ditions that are monitoring, recordkeeping, reporting, or comp liance certific ation requirements; or (c) Is a FCAA Title I modification. (159) "Section 504(b)" means subsection 504(b) of the FCAA, 42 U.S.C. § 7661c(b), which states etermining compliance and for that the EPA can prescribe by rule procedures and methods for d monitoring. ubsection 504(e) of the FCAA, 42 U.S.C. § 761c(e), which (160) "Section 504(e)" means s it requirements for temporary sources. contains regulations for perm or "SER," except as provided (161) "Significant emission rate" in subsections (v) and (w), means or the regulated pollutants below: r than the rates specified f an emission rate equal to or greate (a) Greenhouse gases (CO2e) = 75,000 tons per year B-53 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000247

175 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 54 Page of 102 ear except in a serious non (b) Carbon monoxide = 100 tons per y attainment area = 50 tons per d that stationary sources contr ibute significantly to carbon year, provided DEQ has determine monoxide levels in that area. (c) Nitrogen oxides (NOX) = 40 tons per year. (d) Particulate matter = 25 tons per year. (e) PM10 = 15 tons per year. (f) Direct PM2.5 = 10 tons per year. (g) PM2.5 precursors (SO2 or NOx) = 40 tons per year. (h) Sulfur dioxide (SO 2) = 40 tons per year. (i) Ozone precursors (VOC or NOx) = 40 tons per year except: (I) In a serious or severe ozone nonattainment area = 25 tons p er year. rease. (II) In an extreme ozone nonattainment area = any emissions inc (j) Lead = 0.6 tons per year. (k) Fluorides = 3 tons per year. (l) Sulfuric acid mist = 7 tons per year. (m) Hydrogen sulfide = 10 tons per year. luding hydrogen sulfide) = 10 tons per year. (n) Total reduced sulfur (inc (o) Reduced sulfur compounds (in tons per year. cluding hydrogen sulfide) = 10 (p) Municipal waste combustor organics (measured as total tetra- through octa- chlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins and dibenzof urans) = 0.0000035 tons per year. atter) = 15 tons per year. (q) Municipal waste combustor me tals (measured as particulate m (r) Municipal waste combustor acid gases (measured as sulfur di oxide and hydrogen chloride) = 40 tons per year. (s) Municipal solid waste landfill emissions (measured as nonmethane organic compounds) = 50 tons per year. n aggregate = 100 tons per year . (t) Ozone depleting substances i 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES B-54 Item G 000248

176 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 55 Page of 102 Quality Maintenance Area, the SER for PM10 is defined as 5 (u) For the Medford-Ashland Air sis and 50.0 pounds per day on a daily basis. tons per year on an annual ba (v) For regulated pollutants not l isted in subsections (a) thro ugh (u), the SER is zero unless DEQ determines the rate that constitutes a SER. (w) Any new source or modificatio n with an emissions increase l ess than the rates specified above and that is located within 10 kilo meters of a Class I area, and would have an impact on such area equal to or greater than 1 ug/m 3 (24 hour average) is emitting at a SER. This subsection does not apply to greenhouse gas emissions. (162) "Significant impact" means an additional ambient air qual ity concentration equal to or pact level. For sources of VOC o r NOx, a source has a significant greater than the significant im d in OAR 340 division 224. impact if it is located within the ozone impact distance define or “SIL” means the ambient air (163) “Significant impact level” quality concentrations listed below. The threshold concentratio ns listed below are used for c omparison against the ambient air quality standards and PSD increments established under OAR 340 division 202, but do not apply for protecting air quality relat ed values, incl uding visibility . (a) For Class I areas: (A) PM2.5: (i) Annual = 0.06 μg/m3. (ii) 24-hour = 0.07 μg/m3. (B) PM10: (i) Annual = 0.20 μg/m3. (ii) 24-hour = 0.30 μg/m3. (C) Sulfur dioxide: (i) Annual = 0.10 μg/m3. (ii) 24-hour = 0.20 μg/m3. (iii) 3-hour = 1.0 μg/m3. nnual = 0.10 μg/m3. (D) Nitrogen dioxide: a (b) For Class II areas: PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 B-55 Item G 000249

177 B: edits divisions, Other shown Attachment Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 56 Page of 102 (A) PM2.5: (i) Annual = 0.3 μg/m3. (ii) 24-hour = 1.2 μg/m3. (B) PM10: (i) Annual = 0.20 μg/m3. (ii) 24-hour = 1.0 μg/m3. (C) Sulfur dioxide: (i) Annual = 1.0 μg/m3. (ii) 24-hour = 5.0 μg/m3. (iii) 3-hour =25.0 μg/m3. (iv) 1-hour = 8.0 μg/m3. (D) Nitrogen dioxide: (i) Annual =1.0 μg/m3. (ii) 1-hour = 8.0 μg/m3. (E) Carbon monoxide: (i) 8-hour = 0.5 mg/m3. (ii) 1-hour = 2.0 mg/m3. (c) For Class III areas: (A) PM2.5: (i) Annual = 0.3 μg/m3. (ii) 24-hour = 1.2 μg/m3. (B) PM10: (i) Annual = 0.20 μg/m3. 11/15/2018 B-56 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000250

178 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 57 Page of 102 (ii) 24-hour = 1.0 μg/m3. (C) Sulfur dioxide: (i) Annual = 1.0 μg/m3. (ii) 24-hour = 5.0 μg/m3. (iii) 3-hour = 25.0 μg/m3. annual = 1.0 μg/m3 (D) Nitrogen dioxide: (E) Carbon monoxide: (i) 8-hour = 0.5 mg/m3. (ii) 1-hour = 2.0 mg/m3. (164) "Significant impairment" occurs when DEQ determines that visibility impairment interferes reservation, or enjoyment of the visual experience within a with the management, protection, p Class I area. DEQ will make this determination on a case-by-cas e basis after considering the recommendations of the Federal Land Manager and the geographic extent, intensity, duration, mpairment. These factors wil frequency, and time of visibility i l be considered along with visitor frequency and occurrence of n atural conditions that reduce use of the Class I areas, and the visibility. l energy project" means: (165) "Small scale loca (a) A system, mechanism or serie s of mechanisms located primarily in Oregon that directly or , renewable resources including, but use of, by the owner or operator indirectly uses or enables the water resources to produce energy, not limited to, solar, wind, geothermal, biomass, waste heat or including heat, electricity and s ubstitute fuels, to meet a local community or regional energy need in this state; (b) A system, mechanism or serie s of mechanisms located primari ly in Oregon or providing substantial benefits to Oregon tha t directly or indirectly cons erves energy or enables the r or operator, including ener conservation of energy by the owne gy used in transportation; (c) A recycling project; (d) An alternative fuel project; or extends the operating life, of a (e) An improvement that increases the production or efficiency, scribed in this section of this system, mechanism, series of mechanisms or project otherwise de ; o restarting a dormant project rule, including but not limited t 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES B-57 Item G 000251

179 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 58 Page of 102 s of mechanisms installed in a facility or portions of a facility that (f) A system, mechanism or serie the construction and operation of tly reduces the amount of energy needed for directly or indirec standard established by the State sustainable building practices the facility and that meets the Department of Energy by rule; or ot the existing project was originally ions (a) to (f), whether or n (g) A project described in subsect to remove prior liens or financed under ORS 470, together with any refinancing necessary encumbrances against the existing project. s energy or produces energy by (h) A project described in subsections (a) to (g) that conserve ection of a renewable resour generation or by processing or coll ce. structure, facility, installation or combination thereof that (166) "Source" means any building, emits or is capable of emitting air contaminants to the atmosph ere, is located on one or more ies and is owned or operated by t he same person or by persons contiguous or adjacent propert under common control. The term incl udes all air contaminant emitting activities that belong to a single major industrial group, i.e., that have the same two-dig it code, as described in the Standard Budget, 1987, or that support the , U.S. Office of Management and Industrial Classification Manual major industrial group. (167) "Source category": (a) Except as provided in subsectio n (b), means all the regulated pollutant emitting activities that grouping, i.e., that have the sam belong to the same industrial e two-digit code, as described in the Standard Industrial Classificat ement and Budget, 1987. ion Manual, U.S. Office of Manag 220, Oregon Title V Operating P ermit Fees, means a group of (b) As used in OAR 340 division major sources that DEQ determines are using similar raw materia ls and have equivalent process controls and pollution control device. (168) "Source test" means the aver age of at least three test ru ns conducted under the DEQ Source Sampling Manual found in 340-200-0035. s a temperature of 68° Fahrenhe (169) "Standard conditions" mean it (20° Celsius) and a pressure of 14.7 pounds per square inch absolute (1.03 Kilograms per square centimeter). eans that time during which a s (170) "Startup" and "shutdown" m ource or control device is brought into normal operation or , respectively. normal operation is terminated (171) "State Implementation Plan" or "SIP" means the State of O regon Clean Air Act 0 and approved by EPA. Implementation Plan as adopted by the EQC under OAR 340-200-004 or “State NSR” means the new source review process and (172) “State New Source Review” requirements under OAR 340-224-0010 through 340-224-0038, 340-224-0245 through 340-224- n and regulated pollutants 0270 and 340-224-0500 through 340-224-0540 based on the locatio emitted. B-58 PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 Item G 000252

180 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 59 Page of 102 (173) "Stationary source" mean s any building, structure, facili ty, or installation at a source that emits or may emit any regulate cludes portable sources that are d pollutant. Stationary source in under OAR 340 division 216. required to have permits (174) "Substantial underpayment of the total interim emission fee sser of 10 percent " means the le for the major source or five hundred dollars. for which DEQ has ambient air (175) “Sustainment area” means a geographical area of the state quality monitoring data that show d area could become a s an attainment or unclassifie l redesignation by EPA has not yet been approved. The nonattainment area but a forma presumptive geographic boundary of a sustainment area is the applicable urban growth boundary as last approved by the EQC, u nless superseded by rule. in effect on the date this rule w Sustainment areas are designated by the EQC according to division 204. (176) “Sustainment pollutant” m eans a regulated pollutant for w hich an area is designated a sustainment area. eans a source that would be classified as a major source under (177) "Synthetic minor source" m OAR 340-200-0020, but for limits on its potential to emit regul ated pollutants contained in an ACDP or Oregon Title V permit issued by DEQ. (178) "Title I modification" means one of the following modific ations pursuant tounder Title I of the FCAA: nts for Sources in (a) A major modification subject to OAR 340-224-0050, Requireme Nonattainment Areas or OAR 340-2 24-0055, Requirements for Sources in Reattainment Areas; (b) A major modification subject to OAR 340-224-0060, Requireme nts for Sources in Maintenance Areas; (c) A major modification subject to OAR 340-224-0070, Preventio n of Significant Deterioration Requirements for Sources in Atta inment or Unclassified Areas or 340-224-0045 Requirements for Sources in Sustainment Areas; (d) A modification that is subject to a New Source Performance Standard under Section 111 of the FCAA; or, (e) A modification under Section 112 of the FCAA. (179) "Total reduced sulfur" or "TRS" means the sum of the sulfur compounds hydrogen sulfide, methyl mercaptan, dimethyl sulfi de, dimethyl disulfide, and any other organic sulfides present expressed as hydrogen sulfide (H2S). (180) “Toxic air contaminant” m eans an air pollutant that has b een determined by the EQC to ed to cause, adverse effects to human health and is listed in OAR cause, or reasonably be anticipat 340-245-8020 Table 2. 11/15/2018 B-59 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000253

181 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 60 Page of 102 4-0010(2)(a). (180181) “Type A State NSR” means State NSR as specified in OAR 340-22 e NSR that is not Type A State N SR. (181182) “Type B State NSR” means Stat (182183) "Typically Achievable Control Technology" or "TACT" means the emission limit established on a case-by-case ba sis for a criteria pollutant fr om a particular emissions unit under OAR 340-226-0130. (183184) "Unassigned emissions" means th e amount of emissions that are in excess of the PSEL but less than the netting basis. not caused entirely or in (184185) "Unavoidable" or "could not be avoided" means events that are e condition in either process or nce, or any other preventabl part by design, operation, maintena control device. as not otherwise been (185186) “Unclassified area” or “attainment area” means an area that h with ambient air quality sta ndards for a particular regulated designated by EPA as nonattainment pollutant. Attainment areas or unclassified areas may also be r eferred to as sustainment or maintenance areas as designated in OAR 340 division 204. Any particular location may be part of an attainment area or unclassifi tant while also being in a different ed area for one regulated pollu type of designated area for a nother regulated pollutant. (186187) "Upset" or "Breakdown" means any failure or malfunction of any pollution control device or operating equipment that may cause excess emissions. inch in thickness formed (187188) "Veneer" means a single flat panel of wood not exceeding 1/4 by slicing or peeling from a log. (188189) "Veneer dryer" means equipmen t in which veneer is dried. (189190) "Visibility impairment" means any humanly perceptible change in visual range, contrast or coloration from that which e xisted under natural conditions. Natural conditions include fog, clouds, windblown dust, rain, sa nd, naturally ignited wildfires , and natural aerosols. or "VOC" means any compound of carbon, excluding (190191) "Volatile organic compounds" carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, car bonic acid, metallic carbid es or carbonates, and ammonium ions. mospheric photochemical react carbonate, that participates in at owing, which have been (a) This includes any such organic compound other than the foll determined to have negligible photochemical reactivity: (A) Methane; (B) Ethane; (C) Methylene chloride (dichloromethane); PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 B-60 Item G 000254

182 shown B: Other divisions, edits Attachment Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 61 Page of 102 (D) 1,1,1-trichloroethane (methyl chloroform); uoroethane (CFC-113); (E) 1,1,2-trichloro-1,2,2-trifl (F) Trichlorofluoromethane (CFC-11); (G) Dichlorodifluoromethane (CFC-12); (H) Chlorodifluoromethane (HCFC-22); (I) Trifluoromethane (HFC-23); (J) 1,2-dichloro 1,1,2,2-tetraflu oroethane (CFC-114); (K) Chloropentafluoroethane (CFC-115); roethane (HCFC-123); (L) 1,1,1-trifluoro 2,2-dichlo (M) 1,1,1,2-tetrafluoroethane (HFC-134a); oethane (HCFC-141b); (N) 1,1-dichloro 1-fluor oethane (HCFC-142b); (O) 1-chloro 1,1-difluor e (HCFC-124); tetrafluoroethan (P) 2-chloro-1,1,1,2- (Q) Pentafluoroethane (HFC-125); (R) 1,1,2,2-tetrafluoroethane (HFC-134); (S) 1,1,1-trifluoroethane (HFC-143a); (T) 1,1-difluoroethane (HFC-152a); (U) Parachlorobenzotrifluoride (PCBTF); (V) Cyclic, branched, or linear completely methylated siloxanes ; (W) Acetone; (X) Perchloroethylene (t etrachloroethylene); luoropropane (HCFC-225ca); (Y) 3,3-dichloro-1,1,1,2,2-pentaf (Z) 1,3-dichloro-1,1,2,2,3-pentafluoropropane (HCFC-225cb); PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 B-61 Item G 000255

183 shown Other Attachment divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 62 Page of 102 (AA) 1,1,1,2,3,4,4,5,5,5-decafluoropentane (HFC 43-10mee); (BB) Difluoromethane (HFC-32); (CC) Ethylfluoride (HFC-161); (DD) 1,1,1,3,3,3-hexafluoropr opane (HFC-236fa); (EE) 1,1,2,2,3-pentafluoropropane (HFC-245ca); (FF) 1,1,2,3,3-pentafluoropropane (HFC-245ea); (GG) 1,1,1,2,3-pentafluoropr opane (HFC-245eb); (HH) 1,1,1,3,3-pentafluoropropane (HFC-245fa); (II) 1,1,1,2,3,3-hexafluoropropane (HFC-236ea); (JJ) 1,1,1,3,3-pentafluorobutane (HFC-365mfc); (KK) chlorofluoromethane (HCFC-31); thane (HCFC-151a); (LL) 1 chloro-1-fluoroe uoroethane (HCFC-123a); (MM) 1,2-dichloro-1,1,2-trifl or HFE-7100); (NN) 1,1,1,2,2,3,3,4,4-nonafluoro-4-methoxy-butane (C4 F9 OCH3 (OO) 2-(difluoromethoxymethyl)-1,1,1,2,3,3,3-heptafluoropropane ((CF3 )2 CFCF2 OCH3); or HFE-7200); (PP) 1-ethoxy-1,1,2,2,3,3,4,4,4-nonafluorobutane (C4 F9 OC2 H5 )-1,1,1,2,3,3,3-heptafluoropropane ((CF3 )2 CFCF2 OC2 H5); (QQ) 2-(ethoxydifluoromethyl (RR) Methyl acetate; FE-7000); hoxy-propane (n-C3F7OCH3, H (SS) 1,1,1,2,2,3,3-heptafluoro-3-met (TT) 3-ethoxy- 1,1,1,2,3,4,4,5,5,6,6,6-dodecafluoro-2-(trifluoromethyl) hexane (HFE-7500); (UU) 1,1,1,2,3,3,3-heptafluoropropane (HFC 227ea); (VV) Methyl formate (HCOOCH3); -pentane (HFE-7300); (WW) 1,1,1,2,2,3,4,5,5,5-decafluoro-3-methoxy-4-trifluoromethyl PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 B-62 Item G 000256

184 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 63 Page of 102 (XX) Propylene carbonate; (YY) Dimethyl carbonate; (ZZ) Trans -1,3,3,3-tetrafluoropropene (also known as HFO-1234z e); (AAA) HCF2 OCF2 H (HFE-134); (BBB) HCF2 OCF2 OCF2 H (HFE-236cal2); 2 H (HFE-338pcc13); (CCC) HCF2 OCF2 CF2 OCF 130 (or 150 or 180)); (DDD) HCF2 OCF2 OCF2 CF2 OCF2 H (H-Galden 1040x or H-Galden ZT olsticeTM 1233zd(E)); luoroprop-1-ene (also known as S (EEE) Trans 1-chloro-3,3,3-trif (FFF) 2,3,3,3-tetrafluoropropene (also known as HFO–1234yf); (GGG) 2-amino-2-methyl-1-propanol; and (HHH) perfluorocarbon compounds whi ch fall into these classes: completely fluorinated alkanes ; (i) Cyclic, branched, or linear, with no unsaturations; completely fluorinated ethers (ii) Cyclic, branched, or linear, ary amines with no unsaturations; and (iii) Cyclic, branched, or linear, completely fluorinated terti (iv) Sulfur containing perfluorocarbons with no unsaturations a nd with sulfur bonds only to carbon and fluorine. (b) For purposes of determining compliance with emissions limit s, VOC will be measured by an applicable reference method in the DEQ Source Sampling Manual referenced in OAR 340-200- 0035. Where such a method also measures compounds with negligible p hotochemical reactivity, these negligibly-react ive compounds may be excluded as VOC if t he amount of such compounds is accurately quantified, and DEQ approves the exclusion. or testing methods and results (c) DEQ may require an owner or operator to provide monitoring demonstrating, to DEQ's satisfaction, the amount of negligibly- reactive compounds in the source's emissions. (d) The following compounds are VOC for purposes of all recordkeeping, emissions reporting, photochemical dispersion modeling ich apply to VOC and must be and inventory requirements wh reports, but are not VOC for purposes of VOC emissions uniquely identified in emission limitations or VOC content requirements: t-butyl acetate. PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 B-63 Item G 000257

185 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 64 Page of 102 tly heated by the products (191192) "Wood fired veneer dryer" means a veneer dryer, that is direc of combustion of wood fuel in addi tion to or exclusive of steam or natural gas or propane combustion. (192193) “Wood fuel-fired device” means a device or appliance designed for wood fuel combustion, including cordwood sto ves, woodstoves and fireplace stove inserts, fireplaces, wood fuel-fired cook stoves, pellet stoves and combination fuel furn aces and boilers that burn wood fuels. (193194) "Year" means any consecutive 12 month period of time. NOTE tate of Oregon Clean Air Act Im : This rule is included in the S plementation Plan that EQC ces to toxic air contaminants with the exception of all referen adopted under OAR 340-200-0040 and OAR chapter 340, division 245 . Click here for PDF copy of table(s) re not included in rule text. [ED. NOTE: Tables referenced a .] Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020 & 468A Stats. Implemented: ORS 468A.025, 468A.035, 468A.040, 468A.050, 468A.055, 468A.070, 468A.075, 468A.085, 468A.105, 468A.135, 468A.140, 468A.155, 468A.280, 468A.310, 468A.315, 468A.360, 468A.363, 468A.380, 468A.385, 468A.420, 468A.495, 468A.500, 468A.505, 468A.515, 468A.575, 468A.595, 468A.600, 468A.610, 468A.612, 468A.620, 468A.635, 468A.707, 468A.740, 468A.745, 468A.750, 468A.775, 468A.780, 468A.797, 468A.799, 468A.803, 468A.820, & Or. Laws 2009, chapter 754 ef. 3-10-93; DEQ 47, f. 8-31-72, Hist.: [DEQ 15-1978, f. & ef. 10- 13-78; DEQ 4-1993, f. & cert. 73, ef. 1-11-74; DEQ 107, f. & ef ef. 9-15-72; DEQ 63, f. 12-20- . 1-6-76; Renumbered from 340- 020-0033.04; DEQ 25-1981, f. & ef. 9- 8-81; DEQ 5-1983, f. & ef. 4-18-83; DEQ 18-1984, f. & ef. f. 5-19-88 (and corrected 5-3 1-88); DEQ 14-1989, f. & cert. ef. 10-16-84; DEQ 8-1988, f. & cert. e , f. & cert. ef. 1-30-92; DEQ 7- 6-26-89; DEQ 42-1990, f. 12-13-90, cert. ef. 1-2-91; DEQ 2-1992 EQ 27-1992, f. & cert. ef. 11-12 -92; DEQ 4-1993, f. & cert. ef. 3- 1992, f. & cert. ef. 3-30-92; D 10-93; DEQ 12-1993, f. & cert. ef . 9-24-93, Renumbered from 340-020-0145, 340-020-0225, 340- 020-0305, 340-020-0355, 340-020-0460 & 340-020-0520; DEQ 19-1993, f. & cert. ef. 11-4-93; DEQ 20-1993(Temp), f. & cert . ef. 11-4-93; DEQ 13-1994, f. & ce rt. ef. 5-19-94; DEQ 21-1994, f. & cert. ef. 10-14-94; DEQ 24-1994, f . & cert. ef. 10-28-94; DEQ 10-1995, f. & cert. ef. 5-1-95; DEQ 12-1995, f. & cert. ef. 5-23-95; DEQ 22-1995, f. & cert. ef . 10-6-95; DEQ 19-1996, f. & cert. f. & cert. ef. 5-9-97; DEQ 14- ef. 9-24-96; DEQ 22-1996, f. & cert. ef. 10-22-96; DEQ 9-1997, 1998, f. & cert. ef. 9-14-98; D EQ 16-1998, f. & cert. ef. 9-23-98; DEQ 21-1998, f. & cert. ef. 10- f. 1-25-99; DEQ 6-1999, f. & cer 14-98; DEQ 1-1999, f. & cert. e t. ef. 5-21-99]; DEQ 14-1999, f. 0; DEQ 6-2001, f. 6-18-01, & cert. ef. 10-14-99, Renumbered from 340-020-0205, 340-028-011 cert. ef. 7-1-01; DEQ 2-2005, f. & cert. ef. 2-10-05; DEQ 2-2006, f. & cert. ef. 3-14-06; DEQ 6- 2007(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 8-17- 07 thru 2-12-08; DEQ 8-2007, f. & cert. ef. 11-8-07; DEQ 10- 2008, f. & cert. ef. 8-25-08; D 0; DEQ 10-2010(Temp), f. 8-31-10, EQ 5-2010, f. & cert. ef. 5-21-1 rrection 3-29-11; DEQ 5-2011, f. 4-29-11, cert. ef. cert. ef. 9-1-10 thru 2-28-11; Adm inistrative co correction, 2-6- 5-1-11; DEQ 7-2011(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 6-24-11 thru 12-19-11; Administrative 12; DEQ 1-2012, f. & cert. ef. 5-17-12; DEQ 4-2013, f. & cert. ef. 3-27-13; DEQ 11-2013, f. & 11/15/2018 B-64 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000258

186 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 65 Page of 102 cert. ef. 11-7-13; DEQ 12-2014(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 11-12-14 t hru 5-10-15; DEQ 7-2015, f. & cert. ef. 4-16-15 340-200-0035, Reference Materials efer to the versions listed below. As used in divisions 200 through 268, the following materials r tions and, unless otherwise expressly identified, refers (1) "C .F .R ." means Code of Federal Regula to the July 1, 2014 2018 edition. March 2015November 2018 edition. (2) The DEQ Source Sampling Manual refers to the (3) The DEQ Continuous Monitoring Manual refers to the March 20 15 edition. plementation Plan that EQC NOTE : This rule is included in the S tate of Oregon Clean Air Act Im with the exception of all referen ces to toxic air contaminants adopted under OAR 340-200-0040 . and OAR chapter 340, division 245 re not included in rule text. [ED. NOTE: Manuals referenced a Click here for PDF copy of .] manuals Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020 & 468A Stats. Implemented: ORS 468A Hist.: DEQ 7-2015, f. & cert. ef. 4-16-15 340-200-0040, State of Oregon Clean Air Act Implementation Plan (1) This implementation pla n, consisting of Volumes 2 and 3 of the State of Oregon Air Quality Control Program, contains contro l strategies, rules and standar ds prepared by DEQ and is adopted lan (SIP) of the State of Oregon under the FCAA, 42 U.S.C.A 7401 as the State Implementation P to 7671q. (2) Except as provided in secti on (3), revisions to the SIP wil l be made under the EQC’s vision 11 of this chapter an rulemaking procedures in OAR 340 di d any other requirements contained in the SIP and will be submitted to the EPA for approval. The SIP was last modified by the EQC on September 13November XX , 2018. (3) Notwithstanding any other requirement contained in the SIP, DEQ may: B-65 PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 Item G 000259

187 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 66 Page of 102 (a) Submit to the EPA any permit condition implementing a rule that is part of the federally- approved SIP as a source-specifi c SIP revision after DEQ has co mplied with the public hearings .F .R. 51.102; and provisions of 40 C (b) Approve the standards submitted by LRAPA if LRAPA adopts ve rbatim, other than non- and submit the standards to EPA substantive differences, any sta ndard that the EQC has adopted, for approval as a SIP revision. (4) Revisions to the State of O regon Clean Air Act Implementation Plan become federally enforceable upon approval by the EPA. If any provision of the federally approved State Implementation Plan conflicts with any provision adopted by the EQC, DEQ must enforce the more stringent provision. Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020 & 468A Stats. Implemented: ORS 468A.035 & 468A.135 Hist.: DEQ 35, f. 2-3-72, ef. 2- 15-72; DEQ 54, f. 6-21-73, ef. 7-1-73; DEQ 19-1979, f. & ef. 6-25- 79; DEQ 21-1979, f. & ef. 7-2-79; DEQ 22-1980, f. & ef. 9-26-80; DEQ 11-1981, f. & ef. 3-26-81; DEQ 14-1982, f. & ef. 7-21-82; DEQ 21-1982, f. & ef. 10-27-82; DEQ 1-1983, f. & ef. 1-21-83; DEQ 18-1984, f. & ef. 10-16-84; D DEQ 6-1983, f. & ef. 4-18-83; EQ 25-1984, f. & ef. 11-27-84; EQ 12-1985, f. & ef. 9-30-85; DEQ 5-1986, f. & ef. 2-21-86; DEQ DEQ 3-1985, f. & ef. 2-1-85; D 10-1986, f. & ef. 5-9-86; DEQ 20-1986, f. & ef. 11-7-86; DEQ 21-1986, f. & ef. 11-7-86; DEQ 4- 1987, f. & ef. 3-2-87; DEQ 5-1987, f . & ef. 3-2-87; DEQ 8-1987, f. & ef. 4-23-87; DEQ 21-1987, . 12-20-88, cert. ef. 12-23-88 f. & ef. 12-16-87; DEQ 31-1988, f ; DEQ 2-1991, f. & cert. ef. 2-14- f. 11-13-91; DEQ 20-1991, f. & cert. ef. 11-13-91; DEQ 21-1991, f. 91; DEQ 19-1991, f. & cert. e & cert. ef. 11-13-91; DEQ 22-1991, f . & cert. ef. 11-13-91; DEQ 23-1991, f. & cert. ef. 11-13-91; f. 11-13-91; DEQ 1-1992, f. & DEQ 24-1991, f. & cert. ef. 11- 13-91; DEQ 25-1991, f. & cert. e cert. ef. 2-4-92; DEQ 3-1992, f. & cert. ef. 2-4-92; DEQ 7-1992, f. & cert. ef. 3-30-92; DEQ 19- EQ 20-1992, f. & cert. ef. 8-11-92; DEQ 25-1992, f. 10-30-92, cert. 1992, f. & cert. ef. 8-11-92; D ef. 11-1-92; DEQ 26-1992, f. & cert. ef. 11-2-92; DEQ 27-1992, f. & cert. ef. 11-12-92; DEQ 4- 1993, f. & cert. ef. 3-10-93; D 3; DEQ 12-1993, f. & cert. ef. 9-24- EQ 8-1993, f. & cert. ef. 5-11-9 93; DEQ 15-1993, f. & cert. ef . 11-4-93; DEQ 16-1993, f. & cert . ef. 11-4-93; DEQ 17-1993, f. & cert. ef. 11-4-93; DEQ 19-1993, f. & cert. ef. 11-4-93; DEQ 1-1 994, f. & cert. ef. 1-3-94; DEQ 5- 1994, f. & cert. ef. 3-21-94; D EQ 14-1994, f. & cert. ef. 5-31-94; DEQ 15-1994, f. 6-8-94, cert. ef. 7-1-94; DEQ 25-1994, f. & cert. ef. 11-2-94; DEQ 9-1995, f. & c ert. ef. 5-1-95; DEQ 10-1995, f. & cert. ef. 5-1-95; DEQ 14-1995, f . & cert. ef. 5-25-95; DEQ 17-1995, f. & cert. ef. 7-12-95; DEQ 19-1995, f. & cert. ef. 9-1-95; D EQ 20-1995 (Temp), f. & cert. ef. 9-14-95; DEQ 8-1996(Temp), f. . & cert. ef. 8-14-96; DEQ 19-1996, f. & cert. ef. 9-24-96; DEQ & cert. ef. 6-3-96; DEQ 15-1996, f 22-1996, f. & cert. ef. 10-22-96; DEQ 23-1996, f. & cert. ef. 1 1-4-96; DEQ 24-1996, f. & cert. ef. 11-26-96; DEQ 10-1998, f. & cert . ef. 6-22-98; DEQ 15-1998, f. & cert. ef. 9-23-98; DEQ 16- 1998, f. & cert. ef. 9-23-98; D EQ 17-1998, f. & cert. ef. 9-23-98; DEQ 20-1998, f. & cert. ef. 10- 12-98; DEQ 21-1998, f. & cert. e f. 10-12-98; DEQ 1-1999, f. & cert. ef. 1-25-99; DEQ 5-1999, f. & cert. ef. 3-25-99; DEQ 6-1999, f. & cert. ef. 5-21-99; DEQ 10 -1999, f. & cert. ef. 7-1-99; DEQ DEQ 15-1999, f. & cert. ef. 10- 14-1999, f. & cert. ef. 10-14-99, Renumbered from 340-020-0047; ef. 6-1-01; DEQ 6-2000, f. & cert. ef. 5-22-00; DEQ 8-2000, 22-99; DEQ 2-2000, f. 2-17-00, cert. 16-2000, f. & cert. ef. 10-25-00; 2000, f. & cert. ef. 7-28-00; DEQ f. & cert. ef. 6-6-00; DEQ 13- 25-00; DEQ 20-2000 f. & cert. ef DEQ 17-2000, f. & cert. ef. 10- . 12-15-00; DEQ 21-2000, f. & 11/15/2018 B-66 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000260

188 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 67 Page of 102 cert. ef. 2-5-01; DEQ 4-20 01, f. & cert. ef. 3-27-01; DEQ 6- cert. ef. 12-15-00; DEQ 2-2001, f. & 12-26-01; DEQ 16-2001, f. & cert. DEQ 15-2001, f. & cert. ef. 2001, f. 6-18-01, cert. ef. 7-1-01; f. & cert. ef. 3-14-02; DEQ 5- t. ef. 12-28-01; DEQ 4-2002, ef. 12-26-01; DEQ 17-2001, f. & cer 2002, f. & cert. ef. 5-3-02; DEQ 11-2002, f. & cert. ef. 10-8-02; DEQ 5-2003, f. & cert. ef. 2-6-03; f. 12-12-03; DEQ 1-2004, f. & 24-03; DEQ 19-2003, f. & cert. e DEQ 14-2003, f. & cert. ef. 10- cert. ef. 4-14-04; DEQ 10-2004, f. & cert. ef. 12-15-04; DEQ 1-2005, f. & cert. ef. 1-4-05; DEQ 2- DEQ 4-2005, f. 5-13-05, cert. ef. 6-1-05; DEQ 7-2005, f. & cert. ef. 7- 2005, f. & cert. ef. 2-10-05; . ef. 3-14-06; DEQ 4-2006, f. 3- . 9-9-05; DEQ 2-2006, f. & cert 12-05; DEQ 9-2005, f. & cert. ef EQ 4-2007, f. & cert. ef. 6-28-07; 29-06, cert. ef. 3-31-06; DEQ 3-2007, f. & cert. ef. 4-12-07; D 07; DEQ 5-2008, f. & cert. ef. 3-20-08; DEQ 11-2008, f. & cert. DEQ 8-2007, f. & cert. ef. 11-8- f. & cert. ef. 11-10-08; DEQ 15- ef. 8-29-08; DEQ 12-2008, f. & cert. ef. 9-17-08; DEQ 14-2008, EQ 3-2009, f. & cert. ef. 6-30-0 9; DEQ 8-2009, f. & cert. ef. 12-16- 2008, f. & cert. ef 12-31-08; D 09; DEQ 2-2010, f. & cert. ef. 3-5-10; DEQ 5-2010, f. & cert. e f. 5-21-10; DEQ 14-2010, f. & cert. ef. 12-10-10; DEQ 1-2011, f. & cert. ef. 2-24-11; DEQ 2-2011, f. 3-10-11, cert. ef. 3-15-11; DEQ 5-2011, f. 4-29-11, cert. e f. 5-1-11; DEQ 18-2011, f. & cert. ef. 12-21-11; DEQ 1-2012, f. & 12, f. & cert. ef. 12-11-12; DEQ cert. ef. 5-17-12; DEQ 7-2012, f. & cert.ef 12-10-12; DEQ 10-20 4-2013, f. & cert. ef. 3-27-13; DEQ 11-2013, f. & cert. ef. 11-7-13; DEQ 12-2013, f. & cert. ef. 12-19-13; DEQ 1-2014, f. & cert. e f. 1-6-14; DEQ 4-2014, f. & cert. ef. 3-31-14; DEQ 5-2014, f. & cert. ef. 3-31-14; DEQ 6-2014, f. & cert. ef. 3-31-14; DEQ 7-2014, f. & cert. ef. 6-26-14; DEQ 6-2015, f. & cert. ef. 4-16-15; D EQ 7-2015, f. & cert. ef. 4-16-15; DEQ 10-2015, f. & cert. ef. 10- 16-15; DEQ 14-2015, f. & cert. e f. 12-10-15; DEQ 2-2017, f. & cert. ef. 1-19-17; DEQ 7-2017, f. & cert. ef. 7-13-17 DIVISION 209 PUBLIC PARTICIPATION 340-209-0020, Applicability This division applies to perm it actions requi ring public notice as specified in OAR 340, divisions . 216, and 218 and 245 : This rule is included in the S tate of Oregon Clean Air Act Im plementation Plan that EQC NOTE adopted under OAR 340-200-0040 with the exception of all referen ces to toxic air contaminants and OAR chapter 340, division 245 . Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468.065 & 468A.310 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468.065, 468A.035, 468A.040 & 468A.310 ef. 7-1-01; DEQ 7-2015, f. & cert. ef. 4-16-15 Hist.: DEQ 6-2001, f. 6-18-01, cert. 340-209-0030, Public Notice Categories and Timing 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES B-67 Item G 000261

189 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 68 Page of 102 onmental and public health (1) DEQ categorizes permit actions according to potential envir lementing the applicable ch DEQ has discretion for imp significance and the degree to whi ental and public health significance permit actions with low environm regulations. Category I is for IV is for permit icipation. Category ce and opportunity for public part so they have less public noti actions with potentially high environmental and public health s ignificance so they have the notice and opportuni ty for participati greatest level of public on. (2) Permit actions are assigned t 40, divisions 216, and 218, and 245. o specific categories in OAR 3 processed under Category III. If a permit action is uncategorized, the permit action will be public notice or participation requirements for each category: (3) The following describes the (a) Category I — No prior public notice or opportunity for part icipation. However, DEQ will maintain a list of all permit actions processed under Category I and make the list available for public review. (b) Category II — DEQ will provide public notice of the proposed permit action and a minimum of 30 days to submit written comments. (c) Category III — DEQ will provide public notice of the proposed permit action and a minimum of 35 days to submit written comments. DEQ will provide a minim um of 30 days' notice for a hearing, if one is scheduled. DEQ will schedule a hearing at a reasonable time and place to allow interested persons to submit oral or written comments if: (A) DEQ determines that a hearing is necessary; or (B) Within 35 days of the maili ng of the public notice, DEQ receives written requests from ten persons, or from an organization r ons, for a hearing. epresenting at least ten pers (d) Category IV — Once an appli cation is considered complete un der OAR 340-216-0040, DEQ will: (A)(i) Provide notice of the com pleted application and requeste d permit action; and (ii) Schedule an informational meeting within the community where the facility will be or is ce at least 14 days before the m located and provide public noti eeting. During the meeting, DEQ will describe the requested pe rmit action and accept comments from the public. DEQ will consider any information gathered in this process in its drafting of the proposed permit, but will not he meeting and will not provide a written response to the comments; maintain an official record of t pleted, provide public notice of the proposed permit and a minimum (B) Once a draft permit is com of 40 days to submit written comments; and (C) Schedule a public hearing at a reasonable time and place to allow interested persons to submit oral or written comments and provide a minimum of 30 days publi c notice for the hearing. 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES B-68 Item G 000262

190 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 69 Page of 102 (4) Except for actions regarding Oregon Title V Operating Permi ts, DEQ may move a permit action to a higher catego limited to the following factors: ry under section (3) based on, but not erest in the facility; (a) Anticipated public int ; history of the facility or owner (b) Compliance and enforcement (c) Potential for significant environmental or public harm due to location or type of facility; or (d) Federal requirements. he State of Oregon Clean Air Ac NOTE: This rule is included in t t Implementation Plan that EQC ces to toxic air contaminants with the exception of all referen adopted under OAR 340-200-0040 . and OAR chapter 340, division 245 hority: ORS 468.020, 468.065 & 468A.310 Statutory/Other Aut 468A.310 nted: ORS 468.065 & 468A.035, 468A.040 & Statutes/Other Impleme History: 1/2018 DEQ 123-2018, minor correction f iled 04/11/2018, effective 04/1 DEQ 7-2015, f. & cert. ef. 4-16-15 DEQ 8-2009, f. & cert. ef. 12-16-09 DEQ 6-2001, f. 6-18-01, cert. ef. 7-1-01 340-209-0040, Public Notice Information (1) The following information is required in public notices for all proposed ACDP , and draft Oregon Title V Operating Permit actions , and Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Addenda(t) issued under division 245, except for General Permit actions: (a) Name of applicant and location of the facility; processes subject to the permit; description of the facility's (b) Type of facility, including a (c) Description of the air contam inant emissions including, the type of regulated pollutants, last permit action for the facility; es or increases since the quantity of emissions, and any decreas (d) Location and description of documents relied upon in prepar ing the draft permit; (e) Other permits required by DEQ; (f) Date of previous permit actions; 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES B-69 Item G 000263

191 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 70 Page of 102 he comment procedures, whether in (g) Opportunity for public comment and a brief description of t writing or in person, including the procedures for requesting a hearing (unless a hearing has not an option for the public notic already been scheduled or is e category); nd complaint history along with r (h) Compliance, enforcement, a esolution of the same; fting the permit; (i) A summary of the discretionary decisions made by DEQ in dra oposed or draft permit action; (j) Type and duration of the pr (k) Basis of need for the proposed or draft permit action; (l) Any special conditions im mit action; posed in the proposed or draft per (m) Whether each proposed permitted emission is a criteria pollutant and whether the area in ified, sustainment, nonattainment, signated as attainment/unclass which the source is located is de reattainment or maintenance for that pollutant; s for a federal major source , whether the proposed permitted (n) If the proposed permit action i emission would have a significan t impact on a Class I airshed; (o) If the proposed permit action is for a major source for which dispersion modeling has been emission would have on the performed, an indication of what impact each proposed permitted ambient air quality standard and PSD increment consumption with in an attainment area; (p) Other available information relevant to the permitting acti on; (q) The name and address of DEQ office processing the permit; (r) The name, address, and telephone number and e-mail address of a person from whom interested persons may obtain additional in the permit draft, the application, all formation, including copies of ncluding any compliance plan, p ermit, and monitoring and relevant supporting materials, i compliance certification report, except for information that is exempt from disclosure, and all other materials available to DEQ that are relevant to the permit deci sion; and (s) If applicable, a statement t hat an enhanced NSR process under OAR 340 division 224, including the external review procedures required under OAR 340-218-0210 and 340-218-0230, is nt incorporation of the operati being used to allow for subseque ng approval into an Oregon Title V Operating Permit as an adm inistrative amendment .; and (t) For Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Addenda and ACDP permits t hat include conditions consistent with OAR chapter 340, division 245, a lis t of estimated toxic air contaminant emissions and, if applicable, a summary of the results of any risk assess ment. (2) General Permit Actions. The following information is required for General ACDP and General Oregon Title V Operating Permit actions: PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 B-70 Item G 000264

192 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 71 Page of 102 (a) The name and address of potentia l or actual facilities assi gned to the General Permit; (b) Type of facility, including a process subject to the permit; description of the facility's type of regulated pollutants, inant emissions including, the (c) Description of the air contam quantity of emissions, and any decreas last permit action for the potential es or increases since the or actual facilities assigned to the permit; ing the draft permit; (d) Location and description of documents relied upon in prepar (e) Other permits required by DEQ; (f) Date of previous permit actions; he comment procedures, whether in (g) Opportunity for public comment and a brief description of t hearing (unless a hearing has writing or in person, including the procedures for requesting a an option for the Public Notic e category); already been scheduled or is not (h) Compliance, enforcement, a nd complaint history along with r esolution of the same; fting the permit; (i) A summary of the discretionary decisions made by DEQ in dra oposed or draft permit action; (j) Type and duration of the pr (k) Basis of need for the proposed or draft permit action; posed in the proposed or draft per (l) Any special conditions im mit action; (m) Whether each proposed permitted emission is a criteria pollutant and whether the area in which the sources are located a on-attainment for that pollutant; re designated as attainment or n (n) If the proposed permit action i s for a federal major source , whether the proposed permitted emission would have a significan t impact on a Class I airshed; (o) Other available information relevant to the permitting acti on; and (p) The name and address of DEQ office processing the permit; of a person from whom (q) The name, address, and telephone number and e-mail address itional information, including copies of the permit draft, the interested persons may obtain add upporting materials, including any c application, all relevant s ompliance plan, permit, and monitoring and compliance certifi cation report, except for information that is exempt from disclosure, and all other material s available to DEQ that are relevant to the permit decision. B-71 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000265

193 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 72 Page of 102 tate of Oregon Clean Air Act Im plementation Plan that EQC : This rule is included in the S NOTE with the exception of all referen adopted under OAR 340-200-0040 ces to toxic air contaminants and OAR chapter 340, division 245 . Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468.065 & 468A.310 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468.065 & 468A.035, 468A.040 & 468A.310 Hist.: DEQ 47, f. 8-31-72, ef. 9- 15-72; DEQ 63, f. 12-20-73, ef. 1-11-74; DEQ 107, f. & ef. 1-6- 3; DEQ 13-1988, f. & cert. ef. 6 76; Renumbered from 340-020-003 -17-88; DEQ 34-1990, f. 8-20- 90, cert. ef. 9-1-90; DEQ 4-1993, f. & cert. ef. 3-10-93; DEQ 12-1993, f. & cert. ef. 9-24-93, Renumbered from 340-020-0150; D -99, Renumbered from 340- EQ 14-1999, f. & cert. ef. 10-14 rd from 340-216-0050; DEQ 8- 028-1710; DEQ 6-2001, f. 6-18-01, cert. ef. 7-1-01, Renumbere 5 2007, f. & cert. ef. 11-8-07; DEQ 7-2015, f. & cert. ef. 4-16-1 340-209-0050, Public Notice Procedures (1) All notices. DEQ will mail or email a notice of proposed permit actions to the persons identified in OAR 340-209-0060. (2) NSR, Oregon Title V Operating Permit and General ACDP actio ns. In addition to section (1), regon Title V Operating Permit and General ACDP actions as DEQ will provide notice of NSR, O follows: (a) Advertisement in a newspape r of general circulation in the area where the source or sources are or will be located or a DEQ publication designed to give , electronic noticing (termed e-notice), general public notice; and (b) Other means, if necessary, t o assure adequate notice to the affected public. NOTE : This rule is included in the S tate of Oregon Clean Air Act Im plementation Plan that EQC adopted under OAR 340-200-0040. Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468.065 & 468A.310 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468.065, 468A.035, 468A.040 & 468A.310 & cert. ef. 4-16-15 ef. 7-1-01; DEQ 7-2015, f. Hist.: DEQ 6-2001, f. 6-18-01, cert. DIVISION 216 AIR CONTAMINANT DISCHARGE PERMITS 340-216-0020, Applicability and Jurisdiction 11/15/2018 B-72 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000266

194 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 73 Page of 102 (1) This division applies to all sources listed in OAR 340-216-8010. This division also applies to Oregon Title V Operating Permit program sources when an ACDP is required by 340-218-0020 t to fees in 340-216-8020. or 340-224-0010. Sources referred to in 340-216-8010 are subjec st obtain a permit. If a source (2) Sources in any one of the categories in OAR 340-216-8010 mu s and the source is not eligible than one of the source categorie meets the requirements of more CDP that has been authorized by for a Basic ACDP or a General A DEQ, then the source must P. Source categories are not lis ted in alphabetical order. obtain a Simple or Standard ACD (a) The commercial and indus trial sources in OAR 340-216-8010 Part A must obtain a Basic eneral, Simple or Standard ACDP under 340-216-0056 unless the source chooses to obtain a G oduction and emission parameter ACDP. For purposes of Part A, pr s are based on the latest uture projected operation, whichever is higher. Emission consecutive 12 month period, or f cutoffs are based on actual emissions. (b) Sources in any one of the categories in OAR 340-216-8010 Part B must obtain one of the following unless otherwise allowed in Part B: ailable for the source classifi cation and the source qualifies for (A) A General ACDP, if one is av a General ACDP under OAR 340-216-0060; (B) A Simple ACDP under OAR 340-216-0064; or (C) A Standard ACDP under OAR 340-216-0066 if the source fits o ne of the criteria of Part C or does not qualify for a Simple ACDP. ategories in OAR 340-216-8010 Part C must obtain a Standard (c) Sources in any one of the c ACDP under the procedures set forth in OAR 340-216-0066. (3) No person may construct, install, establish, develop or ope rate any air contaminant source listed in OAR 340-216-8010 without f irst obtaining an Air Contaminant Discharge Permit (ACDP) from DEQ or LRAPA and k , unless otherwise deferred eeping a copy onsite at all times ain an ACDP in subsection ( 13)(b) or DEQ has granted an exemption from the requirement to obt from the requirement to obtain an ACDP under subsection ( 13)(fe ). No person may continue to operate an air contaminant source if the ACDP expires, or is te rminated , denied, or revoked; except as provided in 340-216-0082. ingle permit may be issued for ope (a) For portable sources, a s rating at any area of the state if the r LRAPA, depending nts from both DEQ and LRAPA. DEQ o permit includes the requireme where the portable source's cor porate offices are located, will be responsible for issuing the permit. If the corporate office outside of the state, DEQ will be of a portable source is located responsible for issuing the permit. (b) An air contaminant source required to obtain an ACDP or ACDP Attachment pursuant to under a NESHAP under OAR division 244 or NSPS under OAR division 238 is not required to P or ACDP Attachment until four months after the effective submit an application for an ACD PROPOSED RULES B-73 11/15/2018 Item G 000267

195 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 74 Page of 102 date of the EQC’s adoption of t he NESHAP or NSPS, and is not re quired to obtain an ACDP or e NESHAP or NSPS. In fter the EQC’s adoption of th ACDP Attachment until six months a n for, or to obtain an ACDP or addition, DEQ may defer the requirement to submit an applicatio o an additional twelve months. ACDP Attachment, or both, for up t an air contaminant source from (c) Deferrals of Oregon permitting requirements do not relieve uirements. ng with federal NESHAP or NSPS req the responsibility of complyi (d) OAR 340-216-0060(1)(b)(A), 340-216-0062(2)(b)(A), 340-216-0064(4)(a), and 340-216- 0066(3)(a), do not relieve a permittee from the responsibility of complying with federal NESHAP or NSPS requirements that apply to the source even if DEQ has not incorporated such requirements into the permit. (e) DEQ may exempt a source from CDP if it determines that the the requirement to obtain an A al requirements, such as noti source is subject to only procedur fication that the source is affected by an NSPS or NESHAP. nstall, establish, or develop any source that will be subject to the (4) No person may construct, i Oregon Title V Operating Permit program without first obtaining an ACDP from DEQ or LRAPA. (5) No person may modify any source that has been issued an ACD P without first complying with the requirements of OAR 340-210-0205 through 340-210-0250. (6) No person may modify any source required to have an ACDP su ch that the source becomes subject to the Oregon Title V O perating Permit program without complying with the 0-210-0205 through 340-210-0250. requirements of OAR 34 (7) No person may increase emi ssions above the PSEL by more than the de minimis emission levels specified in OAR 340-200- and obtaining a modified 0020 without first applying for ACDP. (8) Subject to the requirement s in this division and OAR 340-20 0-0010(3), LRAPA is designated by the EQC to implement the rules in this division within its a rea of jurisdiction. tate of Oregon Clean Air Act Implementation Plan as NOTE : This rule is included in the S adopted by the EQC under OAR 340-2 with the exception of all references to toxic air 0011-0040 contaminants and OAR chapter 340, division 245 . [ED. : Tables referenced are in OAR 340-216-8010 and 340-216- NOTE 8020are available from .] the agency Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468A.025, 468A.040, 468A.155 & 468A.3 10 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468A.025, 468A.040, 468A.135 - 468A.155 & 468A.310 15-72; DEQ 63, f. 12-20-73, ef. 1-11-74; DEQ 107, f. & ef. 1-6- Hist.: DEQ 47, f. 8-31-72, ef. 9- EQ 20-1979, f. & ef. 6-29- 3; DEQ 125, f. & ef. 12-16-76; D 76; Renumbered from 340-020-003 PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 B-74 Item G 000268

196 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 75 Page of 102 79; DEQ 23-1980, f. & ef. 9-26- 80; DEQ 13-1981, f. 5-6-81, ef. 7-1-81; DEQ 11-1983, f. & ef. 5-31-83; DEQ 3-1986, f. & ef. 2- 12-86; DEQ 12-1987, f. & ef. 6- 15-87; DEQ 27-1991, f. & cert. ef. 11-29-91; DEQ 4-1993, f. & cert. ef. 3-10-93; DEQ 12-1993, f. & cert. ef. 9-24-93, Renumbered from 340-020-0155; D EQ 19-1993, f. & cert. ef. 11-4-93; DEQ 22-1994, f. & cert. f. & cert. ef. 9-24-96; DEQ 22- ef. 10-4-94; DEQ 22-1995, f. & cert. ef. 10-6-95; DEQ 19-1996, EQ 14-1999, f. & cert. ef. 10-1 4-99, Renumbered from 340-028- 1996, f. & cert. ef. 10-22-96; D 1720; DEQ 6-2001, f. 6-18-01, cert. ef. 7-1-01; DEQ 4-2002, f. & cert. ef. 3-14-02; DEQ 7-2007, f. & cert. ef. 10-18-07; DEQ 8- 2007, f. & cert. ef. 11-8-07; DE Q 15-2008, f. & cert. ef 12-31-08; -09, cert. ef. 1-1-10 thru 6-30- DEQ 8-2009, f. & cert. ef. 12-16-09; DEQ 9-2009(Temp), f. 12-24 10; Administrative correction 7-27-10; DEQ 10-2010(Temp), f. 8-31-10, cert. ef. 9-1-10 thru 2- 28-11; DEQ 12-2010, f. & cert. e f. 10-27-10; DEQ 1-2011, f. & cert. ef. 2-24-11; DEQ 5-2011, f. 11-2011, f. & cert. ef. 7-21-11; 4-29-11, cert. ef. 5-1-11; DEQ DEQ 13-2011, f. & cert. ef. 7-21- . 7-21-11; DEQ 4-2013, f. & cert. ef. 3-27-13; DEQ 9- 11; DEQ 14-2011, f, & cert. ef 2013(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 10-24-13 thru 4-22-14; Administrative correction, 5-21-14; DEQ 9- 2014, f. & cert. ef. 6-26-14; D EQ 7-2015, f. & cert. ef. 4-16-1 5 340-216-0030, Definitions The definitions in OAR 340-200-0020, 340-204-0010 , 340-245-0020 and this rule apply to this division. If the same term is defined in this rule and 340-200- 0020, or 340-204-0010 or 340-245- 0020, the definition in this rule applies to this division. on” includes, but is not limited to changing source test dates if the (1) “Basic technical modificati equipment is not being operated, and similar changes. (2) “Complex technical modificatio n” includes, but is not limit ed to incorporating a complex new compliance method into a permit, adding a complex compliance me thod or monitoring for an emission point or control device no t previously addressed in a permit, adding a complex new applicable requirement into a permit due to a change in process or change in rules, and similar changes. (3) “Moderate technical modifica ted to adding a simple compliance tion” includes, but is not limi on point or control device no t previously addressed in a method or monitoring for an emissi porting requirements other th permit, revising monitoring and re an dates and frequency, adding a cess or change in rules, new applicable requirement into a permit due to a change in pro . incorporating NSPS and NESHAP re quirements, and similar changes ownership, correction of (4) “Non-technical modification” m eans name changes, change of typographical errors and similar administrative changes. d to modifying a compliance (5) “Simple technical modificat ion” includes, but is not limite changing reporting dates or method to use different emission factors or process parameters, frequency, and similar changes. B-75 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000269

197 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 76 Page of 102 tate of Oregon Clean Air Act Implementation Plan as : This rule is included in the S NOTE with the exception of all references to toxic air 0011-0040 adopted by the EQC under OAR 340-2 . contaminants and OAR chapter 340, division 245 Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020 & 468A Stats. Implemented: ORS 468A.025, 468A.040 & 468A.310 Hist.: DEQ 14-1999, f. & cert. ef. 10-14-99; DEQ 6-2001, f. 6-1 8-01, cert. ef. 7-1-01; DEQ 7- 2015, f. & cert. ef. 4-16-15 340-216-0040, Application Requirements (1) New Permits. (a) Except for Short Term Activ ity ACDPs, any person required t o obtain a new ACDP must formation, as ap provide the following general in plicable, using forms provided by DEQ in equired for a specific permi t type: addition to any other information r the mailing address, the facility (A) Identifying information, including the name of the company, fication (SIC) code; address, and the nature of business, Standard Industrial Classi compliance with the permit; local person responsible for (B) The name and phone number of a zed to receive requests for data and information; (C) The name of a person authori tion processes and related flow chart; (D) A description of the produc ant sources. The plot plan must (E) A plot plan showing the location and height of air contamin also indicate the nearest residential or commercial property; (F) The type and quantity of fuels used; (G) An estimate of the amount a nd type of each air contaminant emitted by the source in terms of hourly, daily, or monthly and yearl y rates, showing calculation procedures; (H) Any information on pollution prevention measures and cross- media impacts the applicant ments and evaluating ing applicable control require wants DEQ to consider in determin compliance methods; (I) Estimated efficiency of air pollution control devices under present or anticipated operating conditions; (J) Where the operation or mai devices and emission reduction ntenance of air pollution control d from the highest reasonable processes can be adjusted or varie efficiency and effectiveness, B-76 PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 Item G 000270

198 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 77 Page of 102 tenance requirements in OAR o establish operational and main information necessary for DEQ t 340-226-0120(1) and (2); or county, planner either (K) A Land Use Compatibility Statement signed by a local, city approving or disapproving construction or modification of the source, if required by the local planning agency; (L) Any information required by OAR 340 divisions 224, and 225, and 245, including but not limited to control technology and analysis, air quality impact analysis; and information related to offsets and net air quality be nefit, if applicable; and (M) Any other information requested by DEQ. (b) Applications for new permits days prior to when a permit is must be submitted at least 60 also consider the timelines mustshould needed. When preparing an application, the applicant provided in paragraph (2)(b), as well as OAR 340-245-0030, Cleaner Air Oregon submittal and OAR 340-224-0030, permit applicati payment deadlines, and ons subject to NSR, to allow DEQ plication and issu e a permit bef ore it is needed. adequate time to process the ap person required to renew an (2) Renewal Permits. Except for Short Term Activity ACDPs, any existing permit must submit the information identified in secti on (1) using forms provided by there are significant changes, the DEQ, unless there are no significant changes to the permit. If ) only for those changes. applicant must provide the information identified in section (1 (a) Where there are no significant changes to the permit, the a pplicant may use a streamlined permit renewal application pro cess by providing the following i nformation: (A) Identifying information, including the name of the company, the mailing address, the facility address, and the nature of business, Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) code, using a form provided by DEQ; and (B) A marked up copy of the previous permit indicating minor ch anges along with an explanation for each requested change. l of the existing permit by no (b) The owner or operator must submit an applica tion for renewa later than: (A) 30 days prior to the expira tion date of a Basic ACDP; on date of a Simple ACDP; or (B) 120 days prior to the expirati (C) 180 days prior to the expirati on date of a Standard ACDP. ACDPs and attachments within tion for reassignment to General (c) DEQ must receive an applica 30 days prior to expiration of the General ACDPs or attachment. PROPOSED RULES B-77 11/15/2018 Item G 000271

199 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 78 Page of 102 ple and Standard ACDP modifica tions, the applicant must (3) Permit Modifications. For Sim d changes to the permit and a list of 1) relevant to the requeste provide the information in section ( the applicant g an application, any new requirements applicable to those changes. When preparin well as OAR 340-224- ovided in subsection (2)(b), as also consider the timelines pr mustshould 0030, permit applications subject to NSR, to allow DEQ adequate time to process the application and issue a permit before it is needed. (4) Any owner or operator who fa ils to submit any relevant fact s or who has submitted incorrect information in a permit application must, upon becoming aware o f such failure or incorrect d information. submittal, promptly submit such supplementary facts or correcte ompleted in full and signed by the (5) The application must be c applicant or the applicant's legally authorized representative. on are required, unless otherwis e requested by DEQ. At least one (6) Two copies of the applicati of the copies must be a paper copy, but the others may be in any other format, including electronic copies, upon approval by DEQ. R 340 division 224, including ons subject to Major NSR under OA (7) A copy of permit applicati all supplemental and supporting tted directly to the EPA. information, must also be submi (8) The name of the applicant mu st be the legal name of the fac ility or the owner's agent or the tion and maintenance of the facility. The legal name must be lessee responsible for the opera registered with the Secretary of S tate Corporations Division. (9) All applications must include the appropriate fees as speci fied in OAR 340-216-8020. (10) Applications that are obvi ously incomplete, unsigned, impr operly signed, or lacking the required exhibits or fees will be rejected by DEQ and returned to the applicant for completion. (11) Within 15 days after receivi ng the application, DEQ will p reliminarily review the ted: application to determine the ad equacy of the information submit tional information is needed, DE Q will promptly ask the (a) If DEQ determines that addi applicant for the needed inf ormation. The application will not be considered complete for processing until the requested information is received. The app lication will be considered ation within 90 days of the request; withdrawn if the applicant fails to submit the requested inform y to gather facts regarding the (b) If, in the opinion of DEQ, additional measures are necessar application, DEQ will notify the applicant that such measures w ill be instituted along with the ollowed. The application will n ot be considered complete for timetable and procedures to be f processing until the necessary additional fact-finding measures are completed. When the g, DEQ will so notify the deemed adequate for processin information in the application is applicant. PROPOSED RULES B-78 11/15/2018 Item G 000272

200 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 79 Page of 102 cessing the application, DEQ determines that additional information (12) If at any time while pro is needed, DEQ will promptly ask the applicant for the needed information. The application will not be considered complete for processing until the requested i nformation is received. The ithdrawn if the applicant fails to submit the requested application will be considered w of the request. information within 90 days ermit is not required, DEQ will so (13) If, upon review of an applic ation, DEQ determines that a p uch notification is a final action by DEQ on the application. notify the applicant in writing. S lementation Plan as tate of Oregon Clean Air Act Imp This rule is included in the S NOTE: eferences to toxic air adopted by the EQC under OAR 340-200-0040 with the exception of all r contaminants or OAR chapter 340, division 245 . are in OAR 340-216-8010 and 340-216- 8020are available from [ED. NOTE: Tables referenced the agency .] Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468.065, 468A.025, 468A.040, 468A.310 & 468A.315 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468 & 468A 15-72; DEQ 47, f. 8-31-72, ef. 9-15-72; DEQ 63, f. 12-20-73, ef. Hist.: DEQ 42, f. 4-5-72, ef. 4- 1-11-74; DEQ 107, f. & ef. 1-6-76; Renumbered from 340-020-0033 ; DEQ 20-1979, f. & ef. 6- 29-79; DEQ 13-1988, f. & cert. e f. 6-17-88; DEQ 4-1993, f. & cert. ef. 3-10-93; DEQ 12-1993, f. & cert. ef. 9-24-93, Renumbere d from 340-020-0175; DEQ 19-1993, f. & cert. ef. 11-4-93; DEQ 14-1999, f. & cert. ef. 10-14-99, Renumbered from 340-028-1770; DEQ 6-2001, f. 6-18-01, cert. ef. 7-1-01, Renumbered from 340-014-0020 & 340-014-0030; DEQ 5-2011, f. 4-29-11, cert. ef. 5-1-11; DEQ 9-2014, f. & cert. ef. 6-26-14; DEQ 7-2015, f. & ce rt. ef. 4-16-15 340-216-0069, Toxic Air Contam inant Permit Addendums (1) Purpose and Intent. DEQ may i mplement requirements pertaini ng to toxic air contaminants under OAR chapter 340, division 245 as follows: (a) For new sources required DP, by including conditions in to obtain a Standard or Simple AC the source’s ACDP to ensure compliance with the Cleaner Air Ore gon rules, OAR chapter 340, division 245; o obtain a Basic or General ACDP, by including conditions in an (b) For new sources required t addendum to the source’s ACDP to ensure compliance with the Cle aner Air Oregon rules, OAR sion 245; and chapter 340, divi (c) For existing sources, by requiring the owner or operator of the sources to obtain a Toxic Air that amends the source’s Contaminant Permit Addendum und er OAR chapter 340, division 245 ACDP. B-79 PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 Item G 000273

201 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 80 Page of 102 d into a source’s ACDP upon (2) A Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Addendum will be incorporate DEQ has followed the Category nvolves a public notice for which renewal or modification that i division 209, except for sources II or Category III public notice procedure in OAR chapter 340, that have Basic or General ACDPs. Contaminant Permit (3) OAR 340-216-0062 and 340-216-0068 do not apply to Toxic Air Addenda. , 468A.070, 468A.155 Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468.065, 468A.025, 468A.040, 468A.050 468A.035, 468A.040, Stats. Implemented: ORS 468.065, 468A.010, 468A.015, 468A.025, 468A.050, 468A.070, and 468A.155 340-216-0090, Sources Subject to ACDPs and Fees e sources listed in OAR 340-216-8010 must obtain a permit from (1) All air contaminant discharg DEQ and are subject to fees in OAR 340-216-8020. (2) An owner or operator of a source that is required to demonstrate compliance with Cleaner Air Oregon rules under OAR 340-245- 0005 through 340-245-8050 must pay the fees specified in OAR 340-216-8030. This rule is included in the State of Oregon Clean Air Act Impl ementation Plan as NOTE: adopted by the EQC under OAR 340-200-0040 with the exception of all r eferences to toxic air contaminants and OAR chapter 340, division 245. Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468.065, 468A.040, 468A.310 & 468A.31 5 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468.065, 468A.040, 468A.310 & 468A.315 Hist.: DEQ 47, f. 8-31-72, ef. 9- 15-72; DEQ 63, f. 12-20-73, ef. 1-11-74; DEQ 107, f. & ef. 1-6- 76; Renumbered from 340-020-003 3.12; DEQ 125, f. & ef. 12-16-76 ; DEQ 20-1979, f. & ef. 6- 29-79; DEQ 11-1983, f. & ef. 5-31- 83; DEQ 6-1986, f. & ef. 3-26 -86; DEQ 12-1987, f. & ef. 6- 15-87; DEQ 17-1990, f. & cert. ef. 5-25-90; DEQ 27-1991, f. & cert. ef. 11-29-91; DEQ 4-1993, f. & cert. ef. 3-10-93; DEQ 12-1993, f. & cert. ef. 9-24-93, Re numbered from 340-020-0165; DEQ 19-1993, f. & cert. ef. 11-4-93; DEQ 20-1993(Temp), f. & ce rt. ef. 11-4-93; DEQ 13-1994, f. & cert. ef. 5-19-94; DEQ EQ 22-1994. f. & cert. ef. 10-14- 21-1994, f. & cert. ef. 10-14-94; D 94; DEQ 22-1995, f. & cert. ef. 10-6-95; DEQ 18-1997, f. 8-27-9 7, cert. ef. 10-1-97; DEQ 7- 8; DEQ 14-1998, f. & cert. ef. 9- Q 12-1998, f. & cert. ef. 6-30-9 1998, f. & cert. ef. 5-5-98; DE f. 7-1-99; DEQ 14-1999, f. & ce rt. ef. 10-14-99, Renumbered 14-98; DEQ 10-1999, f. & cert. e cert. ef. 6-6-00; DEQ 6-2001, f. 6-18-01, cert. ef. 7-1-01; from 340-028-1750; DEQ 8-2000, f. & . ef. 6-26-14; DEQ 7-2015, f. & . 5-1-11; DEQ 9-2014, f. & cert DEQ 5-2011, f. 4-29-11, cert. ef cert. ef. 4-16-15 B-80 PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 Item G 000274

202 shown divisions, B: Attachment edits Other Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 81 Page of 102 340-216-8020, Table 2 — Air Contaminant Discharge Permits to air contaminant discharge le 1 of OAR 340-216-8010 are subject Sources referred to in Tab permit fees in Table 2. tate of Oregon Clean Air Act Im NOTE plementation Plan that EQC : This rule is included in the S ces to toxic air contaminants adopted under OAR 340-200-0040 with the exception of all referen . and OAR chapter 340, division 245 NOTE : See history of this table under OAR 340-216-0020. .] Click here for PDF copy of table(s) d are not included in rule text. [ED. NOTE: Tables reference Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468A.025, 468A.040, 468A.310 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468A f. 6-26-14; DEQ 7-2015, f. & cert. ef. 4-16-15 Hist.: DEQ 9-2014, f. & cert. e B-81 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000275

203 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 82 Page of 102 Oregon Department of En vironmental Quality Table 2 – 340-216-8020 Air Contaminant Discharge Permits Part 1. Initial Permitting Applicat ion Fees: (in addition to fi rst annual fee) Short Term Activity ACDP a. $3,600.00 b. Basic ACDP $144.00 1 Assignment to General ACDP c. $1,440.00 Simple ACDP d. $7,200.00 Construction ACDP e. $11,520.00 f. Standard ACDP $14,400.00 g. Standard ACDP (Major NSR or Type A State NSR) $50,400.00 1. DEQ may waive the assignment fee for an existing source requ esting to be assigned to a rea source NESHAP as long General ACDP because the source i s subject to a newly adopted a tification by DEQ. as the existing source requests assignment within 90 days of no 1 Part 2. Annual Fees: (Due date 12/1 for 1/1 to 12/31 of the following year) a. Short Term Activity ACDP $NA b. Basic ACDP $432.00 General ACDP c. (A) Fee Class One $864.00 (B) Fee Class Two $1,555.00 (C) Fee Class Three $2,246.00 $432.00 (D) Fee Class Four (E) Fee Class Five $144.00 (F) Fee Class Six $288.00 d. Simple ACDP $2,304.00 (A) Low Fee $4,608.00 (B) High Fee B-82 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000276

204 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 83 Page of 102 e. Standard ACDP $9,216.00 12.5% of the f. Greenhouse Gas Reporting, as required applicable by OAR 340, Division 215 annual fee in Part 2 DEQ may extend the payment due da te for dry cleaners or gasolin e dispensing facilities until 1. March 1st. to 12/31 of the following Part 3. Cleaner Air Oregon Annual Fees: (Due date 12/1 for 1/1 year) a. Basic ACDP $151.00 General ACDP b. $302.00 (A) Fee Class One (B) Fee Class Two $544.00 (C) Fee Class Three $786.00 (D) Fee Class Four $151.00 (E) Fee Class Five $ 50.00 $100.00 (F) Fee Class Six Simple ACDP c. $806.00 (A) Low Fee (B) High Fee $1,612.00 d. Standard ACDP $3,225.00 2. e dispensing facilities until DEQ may extend the payment due da te for dry cleaners or gasolin March 1st. Part 34. Specific Activity Fees: 1 Non-Technical Per mit Modification a. $432.00 b. Basic Technical Permit Modification $432.00 c. Simple Technical Permit Modification $1,440.00 Moderate Technical Permit Modification d. $7,200.00 e. Complex Technical Permit Modification $14,440.00 Major NSR or Type A State NSR Permit Modification f. $50,400.00 Modeling Review (outside Major NSR or Type A State g. NSR) $7,200.00 B-83 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000277

205 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 84 Page of 102 Public Hearing at Source's Request h. $2,880.00 i. State MACT Determination $7,200.00 2 j. Compliance Order Monitoring $144.00/month Part 45. Late Fees: a. 8-30 days late 5% 31-60 days late b. 10% c. 61 or more days late 20% 1. For gasoline dispensing fac ilities, a portion of these fees will be used to cover the fees required for changes of ownership in OAR 340-150-0052(4). 2. This is a one-time fee payable when a compliance order is established in a permit or a DEQ hedule becomes a final order of DEQ and is based on the order containing a compliance sc number of months DEQ will ha ve to oversee the order. NOTE : See history of this table under OAR 340-216-0020. PROPOSED RULES B-84 11/15/2018 Item G 000278

206 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 85 of 102 Page 340-216-8030, Table 3 — Cleaner Air Oregon Specific Activity Fe es Sources subject to OAR chapter 340, division 245, Cleaner Air Oregon, are required to pay the specific activity fees in Table 3. [ED. NOTE: Tables referenced a ck here for PDF copy of table(s).] re not included in rule text. Cli Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468.065, 468A.040, 468A.050 and 468A. 315 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468.020, 468.065, 468A.040, 468A.050 and 468A.315 Oregon Department of En vironmental Quality Table 3 – 340-216-8030 Cleaner Air Oregon Specific Activity Fees Permit Type # Simple General ACTIVITY Title V Standard ACDP Basic ACDP ACDP $500 $1,000 $10,000 $10,000 1 Existing Source Call-In Fee New Source Consulting Fee $12,000 $12,000 $1,900 $1,000 2 Submittal Document Modification Fee 3 $2,500 $2,500 $500 $250 Risk Assessment Fees $1,500 $1,500 $800 Level 1 Risk Assessment - de minimis (no 4 $1,000 permit required) $1,100 $1,500 $2,000 $2,000 Level 1 Risk Assessment – not de minimis 5 6 Level 2 Risk Assessment - de minimis (no $2,000 $3,100 $3,100 $2,300 permit required) 7 Level 2 Risk Assessment – not de minimis $3,600 $3,600 $2,800 $2,300 $4,500 8 Level 3 Risk Assessment - de minimis (no $8,800 $8,200 $5,300 permit required) Level 3 Risk Assessment – not de minimis $6,300 $7,700 $11,300 $19,900 9 $18,500 $21,400 NA Level 4 Risk Assessment - de minimis (no 10 $11,700 permit required) Level 4 Risk Assessment – not de minimis $34,600 $25,800 $15,500 11 NA Risk Above Risk Action Levels $2,600 12 Risk Reduction Plan Fee $6,700 $6,700 $2,600 Air Monitoring Plan Fee (includes risk $25,900 13 $25,900 NA NA assessment) $4,400 14 $2,000 $4,400 $4,400 Postponement of Risk Reduction Fee $1,500 $3,000 $1,500 $3,000 TBACT/TLAER Review (per Toxic 15 Emissions Unit and type of toxic air contaminant) 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES B-85 Item G 000279

207 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 86 Page of 102 Oregon Department of En vironmental Quality Table 3 – 340-216-8030 Cleaner Air Oregon Specific Activity Fees Other Fees $500 $500 $1,000 $1,000 TEU Risk Assessment – no permit mod 16 $4,000 17 $4,000 $2,000 TEU Risk Assessment – permit mod $1,000 $700 Level 2 Modeling review only for TEU 18 $1,900 $1,300 $800 approval Level 3 Modeling review only for TEU $3,800 19 $3,800 $3,500 $3,500 approval $8,000 $8,000 20 Community Engagement Meeting Fee – high $8,000 $8,000 $4,000 21 Community Engagement Meeting Fee – $4,000 $4,000 $4,000 medium $1,000 $1,000 $1,000 Community Engagement Meeting Fee - low $1,000 22 23 Source Test Review Fee (plan and data $6,000 $6,000 $6,000 $6,000 review) - complex $4,200 $4,200 $4,200 $4,200 Source Test Review Fee (plan and data 24 review) – moderate $1,400 $1,400 $1,400 $1,400 Source Test Review Fee (plan and data 25 review) - simple PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 B-86 Item G 000280

208 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 87 Page of 102 DIVISION 218 OREGON TITLE V OPERATING PERMITS 340-218-0010, Policy and Purpose These rules establish a program to implement Title V of the FCAA for the State of Oregon as l source control program: part of the overall industria have an Oregon Title V Operating Permit that (1) All sources subject to this division shallmust th all applicable requiremen ts in effect as of the date of assures compliance by the source wi permit issuance. gon Title V Operating Permit pro (2) The requirements of the Ore gram, including provisions regarding schedules for submission and approval or disapproval of permit applications, shallmust acid rain program, except as apply to the permitting of affected sources under the national provided herein. (3) All sources subject to this division are exempt from the fo llowing: ed by ORS 468A.050 and OAR 340-210-01 00 through 340-210-0120; (a) Registration as requir and (b) Air Contaminant Discharge Permits and attachments , OAR 340 division 216, unless required by 340-216-0020(2) or (4), or 340-224-0010(1). (A) Oregon Title V Operating Permits do not replace requirement s in an Air Contaminant Discharge Permit issued to the source even if the ACDP has expi red. For a source operating under a Title V Permit, requireme ACDP remain in effect nts established in an earlier notwithstanding expiration of the ACDP or the Title V permit, u nless a provision expires by its terms or unless a provision is m odified or terminated following the procedures used to establish the requirement initially. (B) Source specific requirement s, including, but not limited to TACT, RACT, BACT, and LAER requirements, established in an A the Oregon Title V Operating CDP must be incorporated into procedures used to establish the Permit and any revisions to those requirements must follow the requirements initially. (4) DEQ may implement requirements pertaining to toxic air contaminants under OAR chapter 340, division 245 for new and existi in an Oregon Title V Operating ng sources required to obta Permit by incorporating complian ce conditions into a new source ’s Oregon Title V Operating Permit or by amending an existing source’s Oregon Title V Opera ting Permit through a Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Addendum. A Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Add endum must be PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 B-87 Item G 000281

209 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 88 Page of 102 incorporated into a source’s Oregon Title V Operating Permit up on renewal, reopening, or modification that involves a public notice. (54) Subject to the requirements in this division and OAR 340-200-0010(3), LRAPA is jurisdiction. ithin its area of the rules in this division w designated by the EQC to implement Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468A.025, 468A.040, 468A.155 & 468A.3 10 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468A Hist.: DEQ 12-1993, f. & cert. ef. 9-24-93; DEQ 22-1995, f. & cert. ef. 10-6-95; DEQ 14-1999, f. & cert. ef. 10-14-99, Renumbered from 340-028-2100; DEQ 6-2001, f. 6-18-01, cert. ef. 7-1-01; DEQ 8-2007, f. & cert. ef. 11-8- 07; DEQ 7-2015, f. & cert. ef. 4-16-15 340-218-0020, Applicability on (4), this division applies to the following sources: (1) Except as provided in secti (a) Any major source; (b) Any source, including an area source, subject to a standard, limitation, or other requirement under section 111 of the FCAA; ea source, subject to a standard or other requirement under section (c) Any source, including an ar a permit solely because it is ource is not required to obtain 112 of the FCAA, except that a s subject to regulations or requirements under section 112(r) of the FCAA; (d) Any affected source under Title IV; and egory designated by the EQC pursuant tounder this rule. (e) Any source in a source cat (2) The owner or operator of a source with an Oregon Title V Operating Permit whose potential to emit later falls below the emission level that causes it to be a major source, and which is not otherwise required to have an Oregon Title V Operating Permit, may submit a request for revocation of the Oregon Title V O perating Permit. Granting of the request for revocation does irements or ACDP requirements. nce with all applicable requ not relieve the source from complia (3) Synthetic minor sources. this division may choose to (a) A source which would otherwise be a major source subject to the emission level that causes it become a synthetic minor source by limiting its emissions below by DEQ under 340 division contained in an ACDP issued to be a major source through limits 216. PROPOSED RULES B-88 11/15/2018 Item G 000282

210 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 89 Page of 102 equirements of the emission limiting conditions contained in (b) The reporting and monitoring r 0-216 must meet the sources issued by DEQ under OAR 34 the ACDPs of synthetic minor ion 214. requirements of OAR 340- 212-0010 through 340-212-0150 and divis uest to increase their poten (c) Synthetic minor sources who req tial to emit above the major source nd must submit a permit emission rate thresholds will become subject to this division a application under OAR 340-218-0040 and obtain an Oregon Title V Operating Permit before or source emission rate thres holds. increasing emissions above the maj t exceed the limitations on potential to emit are in violation of (d) Synthetic minor sources tha OAR 340-218-0020(1)(a). (4) Source category exemptions. (a) All sources liste urces, affected sources, or solid d in 340-218-0020(1) tha t are not major so quired to obtain a permit pursuant tounder section 129(e) of the FCAA waste incineration units re are not required to obtain a Titl e V permit, except non-major s ources subject to a standard under CAA promulgated after July 2 1, 1992 are required to obtain a section 111 or section 112 of the F Title V permit unless specificall t to obtain a Title V permit in y exempted from the requiremen section 111 or 112 standards. s are exempted from the oblig (b) The following source categorie ation to obtain an Oregon Title V Operating Permit: (A) All sources and source categor obtain a permit solely because ies that would be required to they are subject to 40 C .F.R . part 60, subpart AAA — Standards of Performance for New Residential Wood Heaters; and (B) All sources and source categor ies that would be required to obtain a permit solely because they are subject to 40 C .F.R . part 61, subpart M — National Emission Standard for Hazardous Air Pollutants for Asbestos, section 61.145, Standard for Demol ition and Renovation. (c) Any source listed in OAR 340-2 18-0020(1) exempt from the requirement to obtain a permit or an Oregon Title V Operatin g Permit. under this rule may opt to apply f (5) Sources subject to this di vision may also be subject to OAR 340-245-0005 through 340- 800245-8050. ources. (56) Emissions units and Oregon Title V Operating Permit program s DEQ will include in the permit all applicable requirements for all relevant emissions units in the Oregon Title V Operating Permit source, including any equipment used to support the major industrial group at the site. Operating Permit program (67) Fugitive emissions. Fugitive emissions from an Oregon Title V rmit application and the permit in the same manner as stack source must be included in the pe B-89 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000283

211 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 90 Page of 102 n is included in the list of sources er the source category in questio emissions, regardless of wheth contained in the definition of major source. . All emissions from insignif (78) Insignificant activity emissions icant activities, including categorically insignificant activities and aggregate insignific ant emissions, must be included in licability of any requirement. the determination of the app (89) Oregon Title V Operating Permit program sources that are requ ired to obtain an ACDP, OAR 340 division 216, or a Notice of Approval, OAR 340-210-0205 through 340-210-0250, ith the Oregon Title V Operating because of a Title I modification, must operate in compliance w Permit until the Oregon Title V Operating Permit is revised to incorporate the ACDP or the Notice of Approval for the Title I modification. gency.] [Publications: Publications ref erenced are available from the a Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468A.025, 468A.040 & 468A.310 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468A Hist.: DEQ 12-1993, f. & cert. ef. 9-24-93; DEQ 24-1994, f. & ef. 10-28-94; DEQ 22-1995, f. & cert. ef. 10-6-95; DEQ 24-1995, f. & cert. ef. 10-11-95; DEQ 1- 1997, f. & cert. ef. 1-21-97; DEQ 14-1998, f. & cert. ef. 9-14-98; DEQ 10-1999, f. & cert. ef. 7-1-99; DEQ 14-1999, f. & cert. ef. cert. ef. 7-1-01; DEQ 8- 10-14-99, Renumbered from 340-028-2110; DEQ 6-2001, f. 6-18-01, 5 2007, f. & cert. ef. 11-8-07; DEQ 7-2015, f. & cert. ef. 4-16-1 340-218-0030, Definitions The definitions in OAR 340-200-0020, 340-204-0010 and this rule apply to this , 340-245-0020, defined in this rule and 340-200- 0020, or 340-204-0010 or 340-245- division. If the same term is 0020, the definition in this rule applies to this division. Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020 & 468A Stats. Implemented: ORS 468A Hist.: DEQ 14-1999, f. & cert. ef. 10-14-99; DEQ 7-2015, f. & c ert. ef. 4-16-15 340-218-0110, Permit Shield lude in an Oregon Title V vision, DEQ must expressly inc (1) Except as provided in this di ting that compliance with the c onditions of the permit will be Operating Permit a provision sta deemed compliance with any applicable requirements as of the date of permit issuance, provided that: d are specifica s are included an (a) Such applicable requirement lly identified in the permit; or B-90 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000284

212 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 91 Page of 102 (b) DEQ, in acting on the permit application or revision, deter mines in writing that other source, and the permit includes the requirements specifically identif ied are not applicable to the determination or a concise summary thereof. (2) An Oregon Title V Operating Permit that does not expressly state that a permit shield exists will be presumed not to provide such a shield. (3) Changes made to a permit using OAR 340-218-0150(1)(h) and 3 40-218-0180 will be shielded. mit may alter or affect the (4) Nothing in this rule or in any Oregon Title V Operating Per following: gency) and ORS 468.035; (a) The provisions of ORS 468.115 (enforcement in cases of emer iolation of applicable requirements operator of a source for any v (b) The liability of an owner or prior to or at the time of permit issuance; am, consistent with section 408(a) (c) The applicable requirements of the national acid rain progr of the FCAA; or ORS 468.095 pursuant tounder (d) The ability of DEQ to obtain information from a source (investigatory authority, access to records). ents included in a Toxic Air apply to conditions and requirem (5) The permit shield does not erating Permit under OAR Contaminant Permit Addendum or included in an Oregon Title V Op 340-245-0005 through 340-245-8050. Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468A.025, 468A.040 & 468A.310 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468A Hist.: DEQ 12-1993, f. & cert. ef. 9-24-93; DEQ 22-1995, f. & cert. ef. 10-6-95; DEQ 14-1999, f. & cert. ef. 10-14-99, Renumbered from 340-028-2190; DEQ 6-2001, f. 6-18-01, cert. ef. 7-1-01; DEQ 7-2015, f. & cert. ef. 4-16-15 DIVISION 220 OREGON TITLE V OPERATING PERMIT FEES 340-220-0010, Purpose, Scope And Applicability (1) The purpose of this divisi tors of Oregon Title V Operating on is to provide owners and opera h the criteria and procedures to determine emissions and Permit program sources and DEQ wit and specific activities. fees based on air emissions B-91 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000285

213 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 92 Page of 102 (2) This division applies to O ogram sources as defined in OAR regon Title V Operating Permit pr 340-200-0020. ch regulated pollutant on either (3) The owner or operator may elect to pay emission fees for ea actual emissions or permitted emissions. ram defined in OAR 340-200- gon Title V Operating Permit prog (4) Sources subject to the Ore 340-220-0030 and an emission fee base fee established under 0020, are subject to both an annual pursuant tounder 340-220-0040. calculated (5) Sources subject to the Ore gon Title V Operating Permit prog ram may also be subject to user specific activity fees (OAR 340-220-0050 and 340-216-0090). (6) DEQ will credit owners and operators of new Oregon Title V Operating Permit program sources for the unused portion of will begin from the date DEQ paid Annual Fees. The credit receives the Title V permit application. (7) Subject to the requirement s in this division and OAR 340-20 0-0010(3), LRAPA is designated by the EQC to implement the rules in this division within its a rea of jurisdiction. Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468.065, 468A.310 & 468A.315 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468.065 & 468A.315 Hist.: DEQ 20-1993(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 11-4-93; DEQ 13-1994, f. & cert. ef. 5-19-94; DEQ 22- 1995, f. & cert. ef. 10-6-95; DEQ 7-1996, f. & cert. ef. 5-31-9 6; DEQ 10-1999, f. & cert. ef. 7-1- 99; DEQ 14-1999, f. & cert. ef. 10-14-99, Renumbered from 340-028-2560; DEQ 6-2001, f. 6- 7(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 8-17-07 thru 2-12-08; Administrative 18-01, cert. ef. 7-1-01; DEQ 6-200 . & cert. ef. 8-25-08; DEQ 7-2015, f. & cert. ef. 4-16-15 correction 2-22-08; DEQ 10-2008, f 340-220-0020, Definitions The definitions in OAR 340-200-0020, 340-204-0010 , 340-245-0020, and this rule apply to this division. If the same term is defined in this rule and 340-200- 0020, or 340-204-0010 or 340-245- of this division, pplies to this division. Particu 0020, the definition in this rule a lates. For purposes particulates mean PM10; or if a source’s permit specifies parti culate matter (PM) and not PM10, then PM; or if a source’s perm it specifies PM2.5 and neither PM10 nor PM, then PM2.5. Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468.065, 468A.310 & 468A.315 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468.065 & 468A.315 Hist.: DEQ 14-1999, f. & cert. ef. 10-14-99; DEQ 6-2001, f. 6-1 8-01, cert. ef. 7-1-01; DEQ 6- 2007(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 8-17- 07 thru 2-12-08; Administrative correction 2-22-08; DEQ 10- 2008, f. & cert. ef. 8-25-08; D EQ 7-2015, f. & cert. ef. 4-16-1 5 340-220-0050, PROPOSED RULES B-92 11/15/2018 Item G 000286

214 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 93 Page of 102 Specific Activity Fees (1) DEQ will assess specific activity fees for an Oregon Title V Operating Permit program source for the period of June 15, 2016 to January 19, 2017 as follows: (a) Existing source permit revisions: (A) Administrative* — $484; (B) Simple — $1,938; (C) Moderate — $14,536; (D) Complex — $29,072. (b) Ambient air monitoring review — $3,876. activity fees for an Oregon Title (2) DEQ will assess specific V Operating Permit program source as of January 20, 2017 as follows: permit revisions: (a) Existing source (A) Administrative* — $488; (B) Simple — $1,953; (C) Moderate — $14,653; and (D) Complex — $29,306; (b) Ambient air monitoring review — $3,907. NOTE : *Includes revisions specified in OAR 340-218-015 gh (g). Other revisions 0(1)(a) throu specified in OAR 340-218-0150 are s ubject to simple, moderate o r complex revision fees. (3) DEQ will assess the following specific activity fee for an Oregon Title V Operating Permit program source for annual greenhous e gas reporting, as required by OAR 340-215-0060(1) — 12 wing, not to exceed $4,500*: percent of the follo (a) The applicable annual base fee under OAR 340-220-0030 (for the period of November 15 of the current year to November 14 of the following year); and (b) The applicable annual emission fee under OAR 340-220-0040 (for emissions during the previous calendar year). PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 B-93 Item G 000287

215 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 94 Page of 102 (4) DEQ will assess the following specific activity fees for an Oregon Title V Operating Permit for Cleaner Air Oregon program implementation, as required by O AR 340-245-0400 : (a) The annual base fee of $2,859; and pollutant for emissions during (b) The annual emission fee of $21.61 per ton of each regulated the previous calendar year , up to and including 7,000 tons of such emissions per year. The s made under OAR 340-220-0090. emission fee will be applied to emissions based on the election Stat. Auth.: ORS 468 & 468A Stats. Implemented: ORS 468 & 468A f. & cert. ef. 5-19-94; DEQ 12- Hist.: DEQ 20-1993(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 11-4-93; DEQ 13-1994, 9; DEQ 14-1999, f. & cert. ef. 10- 10-1999, f. & cert. ef. 7-1-9 1998, f. & cert. ef. 6-30-98; DEQ 14-99, Renumbered from 340-028-2600; DEQ 8-2000, f. & cert. ef. 6-6-00; DEQ 6-2001, f. 6- 01; DEQ 11-2003, f. & cert. ef. 7- 18-01, cert. ef. 7-1-01; DEQ 7-2001, f. 6-28-01, cert. ef. 7-1- 23-03; DEQ 6-2004, f. & cert. e f. 7-29-04; DEQ 6-2005, f. & cer t. ef. 7-11-05; DEQ 7-2006, mp), f. & cert. ef. 8-17-07 thru 2-12-08; Adm inistrative f.cert. ef. 6-30-06; DEQ 6-2007(Te correction 2-22-08; DEQ 10-2008, f . & cert. ef. 8-25-08; DEQ 4-2009(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 8-27- 09 thru 2-20-10; DEQ 9-2009(Temp), f. 12-24-09, cert. ef. 1-1-1 0 thru 6-30-10; Administrative correction 7-27-10; DEQ 12-2010, f . & cert. ef. 10-27-10; DEQ 16-2010, f. & cert. ef. 12-20-10; . 7-21-11; DEQ 5-2012, f. & DEQ 11-2011, f. & cert. ef. 7-21-11; DEQ 12-2011, f. & cert. ef cert. ef. 7-2-12; DEQ 9-2012, f. & cert. ef. 12-11-12; DEQ 10-2 014, f. & cert. ef. 9-4-14; DEQ 2- 2015, f. & cert. ef. 1-7-15; DE Q 7-2016, f. & cert. ef. 6-9-16; DEQ 1-2017, f. & cert. ef. 1-19-17 DIVISION 244 AIR POLLUTANT PROGRAM OREGON FEDERAL HAZARDOUS 340-244-8990, CAGM Rules Savings Provision (1) The owner or operator of a s ource that meets the applicabil ity requirements of either the Revised Colored Art Glass Manuf acturing Facility Rules, OAR 340 -245-9000 through 340-245- 9080 or the Colored Art Glass Manu facturing Facility Rules, OAR 340-244-9000 through 340- 244-9090 must comply with OAR 340-245-9000 through 340-245-9080 and is subject to Cleaner Air Oregon rules, OAR 340-245- 0005 through 340-245-8050, except as provided in sections (2) or (3). (2) In the event that Cleane r Air Oregon rules, OAR 340-245-000 5 through 340-245-8050 are subject to judicial challenge and a court order or injunction is issued that stays any rule or rules in OAR 340-245-0005 through 340-245-8050, the or must comply with the n the owner or operat Colored Art Glass Manufacturi ng Facility Rules, OAR 340-244-900 0 through 340-244-9090 for so les in OAR 340-245-0005 through long as the court order or injunc tion that stays any rule or ru 340-245-8050 remains in effect. PROPOSED RULES B-94 11/15/2018 Item G 000288

216 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 95 Page of 102 (3) In the event that a court is sues an order that invalidates or repeals Cleaner Air Oregon rules, n whole or in part, the OAR 340-245-0005 through 340-245-8050, i n the owner or operator must OAR 340-244-9000 through comply with the Colored Art Glass Manufacturing Facility Rules, 340-244-9090. 340-244-9000, Facility Rules; Applicability and Jurisdiction Colored Art Glass Manufacturing es is subject to OAR 340-244-899 [NOTE: Application of these rul 0.] 9090 apply to all facilities Notwithstanding OAR 340 division 246, OAR 340-244-9000 through in the state of Oregon that: (1) Manufacture glass from raw materials, or a combination of raw materials and cullet, for: nterior design and other similar decorative app lications, or (a) Use in art, architecture, i terior design and other similar use in art, architecture, in (b) Use by glass manufacturers for lications; and decorative app rials that contain glassmaking more of glass using raw mate (2) Manufacture 5 tons per year or HAPs. (3) Subject to the requirement 0-0010(3), LRAPA is designated s in this division and OAR 340-20 s area of jurisdiction. by the EQC to implement OAR 340-244-9000 through 9090 within it Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468A.025, & 468A.040 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468A.025, & 468A.040 Hist.: DEQ 4-2016(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 4-21-16 thru 10-17-16; DEQ 10-2016, f. & cert. ef. 10-3- 16 DIVISION 246 OREGON STATE AIR TOXICS PROGRAM 340-246-0010, Policy and Purpose The purpose of Oregon's state air toxics program is to address threats to public health and the nting the state delegated tants that remain after impleme environment from toxic air pollu in OAR 340-244-0010 through 340- technology-based strategies of the federal air toxics program 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES B-95 Item G 000289

217 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 96 Page of 102 244-0252, Cleaner Air Oregon in OAR 340-245-0005 through 340-245-8050, and OAR 340-244- . Oregon's program meets the goals 9000 through 340-244-9090 of the federal Urban Air Toxics Strategy by using a community-based effort that focuses on geographic areas of concern. It also air toxics emissions at stationary addresses cases of ele vated health risks from unregulated sources and source categories of air toxics emissions. Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.035, 468A.010(1), 468A.015 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468A.015, 468A.025 Hist.: DEQ 15-2003, f. & cert. ef. 11-3-03 340-246-0090, Ambient Benchmarks for Air Toxics s that serve as goals in the are concentrations of air toxic (1) Purpose. Ambient benchmarks and hazard levels considering Oregon Air Toxics Program. They are based on human health risk andards, but reference values by sensitive populations. Ambient benchmarks are not regulatory st n be identified, addressed and eval uated. DEQ will use ambient which air toxics problems ca benchmarks as indicated in these rules, to implement the Geographic, Source Category, and Safety Net Programs. Ambient benchmarks set by the procedures d escribed in this rule apply throughout Oregon, including that ar ea within the jurisdiction of the Lane Regional Air Protection Agency. In OAR 340-245-0300, ambient benchmarks may also be considered in the risk-based concentration hierar chy used to determine risk-based concentrations for purposes of 245-8050. Ambient Cleaner Air Oregon regulations in OAR 340-245-0005 through 240- tion by the Environmental benchmarks are subject to public notice and comment before adop Quality Commission as administrative rules. (2) Establishing Ambient Benchmarks (a) DEQ will consult with the A TSAC to prioritize air toxics fo r ambient benchmark development. Highest priority a ir toxics are those that pose the greatest risk to public health. (b) To prioritize air toxics, DEQ will apply the criteria descr ibed in OAR 340-246-0090(2)(c) to ssions inventory data. modeling, monitoring, and emi (c) Ambient benchmark prioritizat ion criteria will include at l east the following: (A) Toxicity or potency of a pollutant; (B) Exposure and number of people at risk; (C) Impact on sensitive human populations; (D) The number and degree of predicted ambient benchmark exceed ances; and and bio-accumul (E) Potential to cause harm th rough persistence ation. 11/15/2018 B-96 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000290

218 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 97 Page of 102 nchmarks for proposal to the ATSAC based upon a protocol (d) DEQ will develop ambient be that uses reasonable estimates of plausible upper-bound exposures that neither grossly underestimate nor grossly overestimate risks. will propose ambient (e) Within three months of the f irst meeting of the ATSAC, DEQ benchmark concentrations for the highest priority air toxics for review by the ATSAC. DEQ will r review by the ATSAC based propose additional and revised air toxics ambient benchmarks fo 246-0090(2)(c). Once the ATSAC has completed riteria in OAR 340- on the prioritization c review of each set of proposed ambient benchmarks, DEQ will, within 60 days, begin the process to propose ambient benchmarks as administrative rules for adoption by the Environmental Quality Commission. (f) If DEQ is unable to propose by the deadlines specified in ambient benchmarks to the ATSAC ill review the most current OAR 340-246-0090(2)(e), the ATSAC w EPA ambient benchmarks. If the best available EPA ambient benchmarks are not available, the ATSAC will review information from other states and local air authorities. (g) The ATSAC will consider proposed ambient benchmarks and eva luate their adequacy for ding sensitive human meeting risk and hazard levels, considering human health, inclu populations, scientific uncertain ation, and, to the extent possible, ties, persistence, bio-accumul multiple exposure pathways. The ATSAC will conduct this review consistent with the criteria in OAR 340-246-0090(2)(c) and (d). The ATSAC will report these fin dings to DEQ. If the ATSAC unanimously disagrees with DEQ's recommendation, DEQ will re-co nsider and re-submit its recommendation at a later date. (h) The ATSAC will complete review of and report findings on each set of ambient benchmarks as quickly as possible, but no later than 12 months after DEQ has proposed them. If the ATSAC is unable to complete review of ambient benchmarks within 12 mo nths after DEQ's proposal, DEQ will initiate rulemaking to propose ambient benchmarks. (i) DEQ will review all ambient benchmarks at least every five years and, if necessary, propose revised or additional ambient benchmarks to the ATSAC. At its d iscretion, DEQ may review and propose a benchmark for review by the ATSAC at any time when ne w information is available. (3) Ambient Benchmarks. Benchmark concentrations are in units o f micrograms of air toxic per mical Abstract Service Registry cubic meter of ambient air, on a n average annual basis. The Che Number (CASRN) is s hown in parentheses. acetaldehyde (75- crograms per cubic meter. (a) The ambient benchmark for 07-0) is 0.45 mi (b) The ambient benchmark for acrolein (107-02-8) is 0.35 micro grams per cubic meter. (c) The ambient benchmark for acrylonitrile (107-13-1) is 0.01 micrograms per cubic meter. (d) The ambient benchmark for ammonia (7664-41-7) is 500 microg rams per cubic meter. B-97 PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 Item G 000291

219 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 98 Page of 102 (e) The ambient benchmark for arsenic (7440-38-2) is 0.0002 micrograms per cubic meter. (f) The ambient benchmark for benzene (71-43-2) is 0.13 microgr ams per cubic meter. (g) The ambient benchmark for beryllium (7440-41-7) is 0.0004 micrograms per cubic meter. micrograms per cubic meter. butadiene (106-99-0) is 0.03 (h) The ambient benchmark for 1,3- 40-43-9) is 0.0006 (i) The ambient benchmark for cadmium and cadmium compounds (74 micrograms per cubic meter. (75-15-0) is 800 (j) The ambient benchmark for carbon disulfide micrograms per cubic meter. carbon tetrachlori (k) The ambient benchmark for 0.2 micrograms per cubic meter. de (56-23-5) is grams per cubic meter. (l) The ambient benchmark for chlorine (7782-50-5) is 0.1 micro loroform (67-66-3) is 300 micro grams per cubic meter. (m) The ambient benchmark for ch is 0.00008 micrograms per hromium, hexavalent (18540-29-9) (n) The ambient benchmark for c cubic meter. -48-4) is 0.1 micrograms per (o) The ambient benchmark for cobalt and cobalt compounds (7440 cubic meter. 0.09 micrograms per cubic dichlorobenzene (106-46-7) is (p) The ambient benchmark for 1,4- meter. (q) The ambient benchmark for 1,3-dichloropropene (542-75-6) is 0.25 micrograms per cubic meter. (r) The ambient benchmark for diesel particulate matter (none) is 0.1 micrograms per cubic meter. The benchmark for diesel particulate matter applies only to such material from diesel- fueled internal combustion sources. (s) The ambient benchmark for dioxins and furans (1746-01-6) is 0.00000003 micrograms per dioxins and furans expressed as cubic meter. The benchmark for dioxin is for total chlorinated 2,3,7,8-TCDD toxicity equivalents. icrograms per cubic meter. (t) The ambient benchmark for et hyl benzene (100-41-4) is 0.4 m 0.002 micrograms per cubic (u) The ambient benchmark for ethylene dibromide (106-93-4) is meter. 0.04 micrograms per cubic (v) The ambient benchmark for e thylene dichloride (107-06-2) is meter. 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES B-98 Item G 000292

220 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 99 Page of 102 3 micrograms per cubic meter. r ethylene oxide (75-21-8) is 0.000 (w) The ambient benchmark fo rograms per cubic meter. maldehyde (50-00-0) is 0.2 mic (x) The ambient benchmark for for (y) The ambient benchmark for n-hexane (110-54-3) is 700 micrograms per cubic meter. 20 micrograms per cubic meter. hydrogen chloride (7647-01-0) is (z) The ambient benchmark for 8 micrograms per cubic meter. (aa) The ambient benc hmark for hydrogen cya nide (74-90-8) is 0. (bb) The ambient benchmark for fluoride anion (7664-39-3) is 13 micrograms per cubic meter. (cc) The ambient benchmark -1) is 0.15 micrograms per for lead and lead compounds (7439-92 cubic meter. (dd) The ambient benchmark for manganese and manganese compounds (7439-96-5) is 0.09 micrograms per cubic meter. (ee) The ambient benchmark for elemental mercury (7439-97-6) is 0.3 micrograms per cubic meter. ethyl bromide (74-83-9) is 5 micrograms per cubic meter. (ff) The ambient benchmark for m micrograms per cubic meter. methyl chloride (74-87-3) is 90 (gg) The ambient benchmark for thyl chloroform (71-55-6) is 5,000 micrograms per cubic (hh) The ambient benchmark for me meter. 100 micrograms per cubic meter. ethylene chloride (75-09-2) is (ii) The ambient benchmark for m (jj) The ambient benchmark for naphthalene (91-20-3) is 0.03 mi crograms per cubic meter. (kk) The benchmark for soluble nickel compounds (various) is 0.01 micrograms per cubic meter, where soluble nickel compounds include nickel acetate (373-20-4 ), nickel chloride (7718-54-9), nickel carbonate (3333-39-3), nickel carbonyl (13463-39-3), nic kel hydroxide (12054-48-7), nickelocene 1271-28-9), nickel sulfate 7786-81-4), nickel sulfate hexahydrate 10101-97-0), nickel nitrate hexahydrate ( 13478-00-7), and nickel carbonate hydroxide (12607-70-4). ous) is 0.004 micrograms per (ll) The ambient benchmark for insoluble nickel compounds (vari nickel subsulfide (12035-72-2), nickel uble nickel compounds include cubic meter, where insol l (7440-02-0). e (11113-75-0), and nickel meta oxide (1313-99-1), nickel sulfid crograms per cubic meter. (mm) The ambient benchmark f or phosphine (7803-51-2) is 0.8 mi r phosphoric acid (7664-38-2) is 1 (nn) The ambient benchmark fo 0 micrograms per cubic meter. B-99 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000293

221 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 100 Page of 102 (oo) The ambient benchmark for total (as the sum of congeners) polychlorinated biphenyls (1336-36-3) is 0.01 micrograms per cubic meter. arbons (none) is 0.002 (pp) The ambient benchmark for total polycyclic aromatic hydroc e sum of the lic aromatic hydrocarbons are th micrograms per cubic meter, whe re total polycyc respect to benzo(a)pyrene (50 toxicity equivalency factor (with -32-8)) adjusted concentrations dual 26 polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons: 5-methylchrysene (3697- for all of the following indivi naphthylene (208-96-8); 24-3); 6-nitrochrysene (7496-02-8); acenaphthene (83-32-9); ace anthanthrene (191-26-4); anthracene (120-12-7); benz(a)anthrace ne (56-55-3); benzo(a)pyrene e (243-17-4); benzo(e)pyrene ranthene (205-99-6); benzo(c)fluoranthen (50-32-8); benzo(b)fluo ne ( 205-82-3); (192-97-2); benzo(g,h,i)perylene (1 91-24-2); benzo(j)fluoranthe a(c,d)pyrene (27208-37-3); chrysene (218-01-9); cyclopent benzo(k)fluoranthene (207-08-9); ; dibenzo(a,e)pyrene (192-65-4); dibenzo(a,h)pyrene (189-64- dibenz(a,h)anthracene (226-36-8) 0); dibenzo(a,i)pyrene (189-55-9) ; dibenzo(a,l)py rene (191-30-0); fluoranthen e (206-44-0); d)pyrene (193-39-5); phenanthrene (85-01-8); and pyrene fluorene (86-73-7); indeno(1,2,3-c, (129-00-0). (qq) The ambient benchmark for tetrachloroethylene (127-18-4) is 4 micrograms per cubic meter. k for toluene (108-88-3) is (rr) The ambient benchmar 5,000 micrograms per cubic meter. r 2,4- & 2,6 toluene diisocyanate, mixture (26471-62-5) is 0.02 (ss) The ambient benchmark fo micrograms per cubic meter. (tt) The ambient benchmark for t richloroethylene (79-01-6) is 0.2 micrograms per cubic meter. (uu) The ambient benchmark for vinyl chloride (75-01-4) is 0.1 micrograms per cubic meter. (vv) The ambient benchmark fo r white phosphorus (7723-14-0) is 9 micrograms per cubic meter. (ww) The ambient benchmark for xylenes, mixed (1330-20-7) is 200 micrograms per cubic meter. (xx) The ambient benchmark fo 2.0 micrograms per cubic r hydrogen sulfide (7783-06-4) is meter. ograms per cubic meter. methanol (67-56-1) is 4,000 micr (yy) The ambient benchmark for hmark for phosgene ( 75-44-5) is 0.3 micrograms per cubic meter. (zz) The ambient benc 0.5 micrograms per cubic (aaa) The ambient benchmark for n-propyl bromide (106-94-5) is meter. tration for styrene (100-42-5 ) is 1,000 micrograms per (bbb) The ambient benchmark concen cubic meter. PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 B-100 Item G 000294

222 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 101 Page of 102 Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.035, 468A.010(1) & 468A.015 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468A.015, 468A.025 Hist.: DEQ 15-2003, f. & cert. ef. 11-3-03; DEQ 12-2006, f. & cert. ef. 8-15-06 340-246-0190, Air Toxics Safety Net P rogram (0190 through 0230) (1) The purpose of the Air Toxics Safety Net Program is to address human exposures at public receptors to air toxics emissions from stationary sources that are not addressed by other sion's expectation that the regulatory programs or the Geogr aphic Program. It is the Commis AR 340-246-0190 through 340-246-0230 will apply only rarely. Safety Net Program in O (2) Subject to the requirements contained in OAR 340-246-0190 through 340-246-0230, the Lane n as the agency responsible for is designated by the Commissio Regional Air Pollution Authority of jurisdiction. The requirements implementing the Air Toxics Safety Net Program within its area and procedures contained in this rule must be used by the Regio nal Authority to implement the ess the Regional Authority ado pts superseding rules, which Air Toxics Safety Net Program unl are at least as rest rictive as the rules adopted by the Commiss ion. (3) Selection of Sources. DEQ will Toxics Safety Net Program if all of select a source for the Air the following criteria are met: (a) DEQ has ambient monitori ng information, gathered using appropriate EPA or other published international, national, or state standard methods that concentrations of air toxics have caused an exceedance of at least one ambient benchmark at a site represen ting expected human exposure to air toxics from the source at utside of the source's ownership or a public receptor in a location o control. (b) DEQ has information that th e source's air toxics emissions alone have caused an exceedance of at least one ambient benchm ark at a site representing expect ed human exposure to air toxics from the source at a public recep tor, in a location outside of the source's ownership or control. This could be based on emissions inventory, modeling or other information. idual risk assessment under the scheduled for a federal res (c) The source is not subject to or federal Clean Air Act section 112(f)(2) through (6). (d) The source is not subject to the permitting requirements un der OAR chapter 340, division 245. n emissions limit or control re quirement imposed as the result (ed) The source is not subject to a of modeling or a risk assessment performed or required by DEQ p rior to November 1, 2003 for the air toxics that exceed the ambient benchmarks. (fe) The source is located outside of a selected geographic area, as designated in OAR 340-246- 0130 through 0170. 11/15/2018 B-101 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000295

223 shown Attachment Other divisions, edits B: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 102 Page of 102 . Before requiring a source to conduct a (4) Air Toxics Science Advisor y Committee Review source-specific risk assessment, DEQ will present its analysis to the ATSAC. Within 120 days, TSAC concurs with DEQ or sis and make a finding. If the A the ATSAC will review the analy takes no action, DEQ may proceed under this rule. If the ATSAC objects, DEQ will not proceed until it receives concurrence from the Commission. (5) Source-Specific Exposure written notification by Modeling and Risk Assessment. Upon DEQ, a source must conduct a risk assessment including exposure modeling for the air toxics measured at levels above ambient benchmarks. The source must us e a risk assessment the basis for establishing air methodology provided by DEQ. This risk assessment will provide monstrating that at public rec toxics emissions reductions or de eptors in areas outside of a source's ownership or control, people ar e not being exposed to air toxic s at levels that exceed the ambient benchmarks. he methods to be used. The (6) Risk Assessment Methodology. DEQ will provide guidance on t risk assessment methodology will be developed in consultation w ith the ATSAC and will result in a protocol that: s of plausible upper-bound exposure s that neither grossly (a) Uses reasonable estimate underestimate nor grossl y overestimate risks; bilities of risks actually occu (b) Considers the range of proba rring, the range of size of the o the risk, and current and r easonably likely future land uses; populations likely to be exposed t nd and central-tendency exposure c ases and assumptions; (c) Defines the use of high-e (d) Develops values associated with chronic exposure for carcin ogens; and (e) Addresses both carcinogenic and non-carcinogenic air toxics and allows for detailed exposure assessments to the extent possible. (7) Review and Acceptance by DEQ. D EQ will evaluate the risk assessment for adequacy and strate that the source is not causing completeness before accepting th e results. If the results demon human exposures to air toxics at levels that exceed the ambient benchmarks at public receptors, nership or control, and DEQ has received concurrence from the in areas outside the source's ow uctions will not be required ATSAC, DEQ will notify the source that air toxics emissions red under this rule. Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.035, 468A.010(1), 468A.015 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468A.015, 468A.025 Hist.: DEQ 15-2003, f. & cert. ef. 11-3-03 B-102 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000296

224 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 1 of 101 DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY DIVISION 12 ENFORCEMENT PROCEDURE AND CIVIL PENALTIES 340-012-0030, Definitions erm in the appropriate substantive All terms used in this division have the meaning given to the t mmon and ordinary meaning unless statute or rule or, in the absence of such definition, their co otherwise required by conte xt or defined below: any violation cite (1) "Alleged Violation" means notice issued by DEQ or other d in a written government agency. n the civil penalty h is used to determine the value of the "P" factor i (2) "Class I Equivalent," whic formula, means two Class II vi olations, one Class II and two Cl ass III violations, or three Class III violations. ronmental Quality Commission. (3) "Commission" means the Envi he requirements of the applicab (4) "Compliance" means meeting t le statutes, and commission or DEQ rules, permits, permit attachments or orders. (5) "Conduct" means an act or omission. or of DEQ or the director's authorized deputies or officers. (6) "Director" means the direct (7) "DEQ" means the Department of Environmental Quality. (8) “Expedited Enforcement Offer” (EEO) means a written offer b y DEQ to settle an alleged violation in accordance with the expedited procedure described in OAR 340-012-0170(2). (9) “Field Penalty” as used i n this division, has the meaning g iven that term in OAR chapter 340, division 150. (10) "Final Order and Stipulated Penalty Demand Notice" means a written notice issued to a required by the terms of an respondent by DEQ demanding paymen t of a stipulated penalty as agreement entered into bet ween the respondent and DEQ. (11) "Flagrant" or "flagrantly" means the respondent had actual knowledge that the conduct was to commit the violation. unlawful and consciously set out (12) "Formal Enforcement Action" (FEA) means a proceeding initi ated by DEQ that entitles a ng or that settles such entitle person to a contested case heari ment, including, but not limited to, 11/15/2018 C-1 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000297

225 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 2 of 101 Stipulated Penalty Demand Notices of Civil Penalty Assessment and Order, Final Order and ffice of Compliance and Notices, department or commission orders originating with the O forcement Offers, Field and Orders, accepted Expedited En Enforcement, Mutual Agreement consent orders. Penalties, and other (13) "Intentional" means the re objective to cause the result of the spondent acted with a conscious conduct. means the extent and effects of a respondent's deviation from (14) "Magnitude of the Violation" , standards, permits or orders. statutory requirements, rules (15) "Negligence" or "Negligent" means the respondent failed to take reasonable care to avoid a foreseeable risk of conduct constituting or resulting in a viol ation. ice provided under OAR 137- (16) “Notice of Civil Penalty Assessment and Order” means a not 003-0505 to notify a person that DEQ has initiated a formal enf orcement action that includes a financial penalty and may i nclude an order to comply. (17) "Pre-Enforcement Notice" (PEN) means an informal written n otice of an alleged violation that DEQ is considering for formal enforcement. (18) "Person" includes, but i porations, associations, firms, s not limited to, individuals, cor partnerships, trusts, joint s tock companies, public and municip al corporations, political subdivisions, states and their agencies, and the federal govern ment and its agencies. in an FEA, with or without (19) "Prior Significant Action" (PSA) means any violation cited admission of a violation, that be vil penalty, by a final order of the comes final by payment of a ci commission or DEQ, or by j udgment of a court. (20) "Reckless" or "Recklessly" means the respondent consciously disregarded a substantial and unjustifiable risk that the resu lt would occur or that the circ umstance existed. The risk must be of such a nature and degree that dis regarding that risk constitute d a gross deviation from the standard of care a reasonable person woul d observe in that situation. owns or otherwise possesses a (21) "Residential Owner-Occupant" means the natural person who single family dwelling unit, and w ho occupies that dwelling at the time of the alleged violation. The violation must involve or r elling unit. elate to the normal uses of a dw t action (FEA). (22) "Respondent" means the person named in a formal enforcemen (23) "Systematic" means any vi olation that oc curred or occurs on a regular basis. der, license, permit, permit (24) "Violation" means a tran sgression of any statute, rule, or sions. attachment, or any part thereof and includes both acts and omis 11/15/2018 C-2 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000298

226 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 3 of 101 s an informal written notice of an alleged violation for which (25) "Warning Letter" (WL) mean formal enforcement is not anticipated. o cause the result of the conduct (26) "Willful" means the respondent had a conscious objective t as not lawful. and the respondent knew or had reason to know that the result w Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020 & 468.130 Stats. Implemented: ORS 459.376, 459.995, 465.900, 468.090-140, 466.880 - 466.895, 468.996 - 468.997, 468A.990 -468A.992 & 468B.220 Hist.: DEQ 78, f. 9-6-74, ef. 9- 25-74; DEQ 22-1984, f. & ef. 11-8-84; DEQ 22-1988, f. & cert. ef. 9-14-88; DEQ 4-1989, f. & cert. ef. 3-14-89; DEQ 15-1990, f. & cert. ef. 3-30-90; DEQ 21-1992, 19-1998, f. & cert. ef. 10-12-98; f. & cert. ef. 8-11-92; DEQ 4-1994, f. & cert. ef. 3-14-94; DEQ f. 6-1-05; DEQ 14-2008, f. & cert. ef. 11-10-08; DEQ 1-2014, f. & DEQ 4-2005, f. 5-13-05, cert. e cert. ef. 1-6-14 lations that Apply to all Pr ograms 340-012-0053, Classification of Vio (1) Class I : (a) Violating a requirement or condition of a commission or department order, consent order, agreement, consent judgment (form erly called judicial consent d ecree) or compliance schedule permit attachment; contained in a permit or (b) Submitting false, inaccurate or incomplete information to D EQ where the submittal masked a rm, or caused DEQ to misinter violation, caused environmental ha pret any substantive fact; d by statute, permit, order, consent (c) Failing to provide access t o premises or records as require ent (formerly called judicial consent decree); or order, agreement or consent judgm (d) Using fraud or deceit to obtain DEQ approval, permit, permi t attachment, certification, or license. (2) Class II : Violating any otherwise unc lassified requirement. Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020 & 468.130 Stats. Implemented: ORS 459.376, 459.995, 465.900, 465.992, 466.990 - 466.994, 468.090 - 468.140 & 468B.450 Hist.: DEQ 4-2005, f. 5-13-05, cert. ef. 6-1-05; DEQ 4-2006, f. 3-29-06, cert. ef. 3-31-06; DEQ 1- 2014, f. & cert. ef. 1-6-14 340-012-0054, Air Quality Classification of Violations (1) : Class I modifying an existing source w (a) Constructing a new source or ithout first obtaining a required PSD) permit; ignificant Deterioration (NSR/ New Source Review/Prevention of S C-3 PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 Item G 000299

227 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 4 of 101 (b) Constructing a new source , as defined in OAR 340-245-0020, without first obtaining a required Air Contaminant Discharge Permit that includes permit condition s required under OAR 340-245- Oregon rules under OAR 340- mplying with Cleaner Air 0005 through 340-245-8050 or without co 245-0005 through 340-245-8050; der OAR 340-245-0050; (c) Failing to conduct a source risk assessment, as required un (d) Modifying a source in such a w ay as to require a permit modification under OAR 340-245- tted levels under OAR 340-245- 0005 through 340-245-8050, that would increase risk above permi 0005 through 340-245-8050 without fir st obtaining such approval from DEQ; ithout first obtaining the , as defined in OAR 340-200-0020, w (e) Operating a major source required permit; 0, after a submittal deadline (f) Operating an existing source, as defined in OAR 340-245-002 under OAR 340-245-0030 without having submitted a complete application for a Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Addendum required under OAR 340-245-0005 thr ough 340-245-8050; (g) Exceeding a Plant Site Emission Limit (PSEL); (h) Exceeding a risk limit, including a Source Risk Limit, appl ource under OAR 340- icable to a s 245-0100; equipment or meet emission limit (i) Failing to install control s, operating limits, work practice requirements, or performance standards as required by New Source Performance Standards under OAR 340 division 238 or National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutant Standards under OAR 340 division 244; (j) Exceeding a hazardous air pollutant emission limitation; (k) Failing to comply with a n Emergency Action Plan; (l) Exceeding an opacity or emi ssion limit (including a grain l oading standard) or violating an operational or process standar d, that was established under New Source Review/Prevention of Significant Deterioration (NSR/PSD); process standard that was (m) Exceeding an emission limit or violating an operational or established to limit emissions t o avoid classification as a major source, as defined in OAR 340- 200-0020; (n) Exceeding an emission limit or violating an operational limit, process limit, or work practice d to limit risk or emissions to avoid exceeding an applicable Risk requirement that was establishe Action Level or other require ment under OAR 340-245-0005 through 340-245-8050; dard, by a major source, as defined (o) Exceeding an emission limit, i ncluding a grain loading stan in OAR 340-200-0020, when the violation was detected during a reference method stack test; 11/15/2018 C-4 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000300

228 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 5 of 101 ting or monitoring, required by a permit, permit attachment, rule or order, (p) Failing to perform tes ission Limit or with an emission ompliance with a Plant Site Em that results in failure to show c dard established under New Source Review/Prevention of limitation or a performance stan rdous Air Pollutants, New Source onal Emission Standards for Haza Significant Deterioration, Nati Performance Standards, Reasonabl Best Available Control y Available Control Technology, Control Technology, Typically Achievable Control Technology, Maximum Achievable ble Control Technology, mission Rate, Toxics Best Availa Technology, Lowest Achievable E n 111(d) of the Federal Clean Toxics Lowest Achievable Emi ssion Rate, or adopted under sectio Air Act; (q) Causing emissions that ar e a hazard to public safety; (r) Violating a work practice requi rement for asbestos abatemen t projects; (s) Improperly storing or openly accumulating friable asbestos material or asbestos-containing waste material; (t) Conducting an asbestos abatement project, by a person not licensed as an asbestos abatement contractor; (u) Violating an OAR 340 division asbestos-containing waste 248 disposal requirement for material; (v) Failing to hire a licensed contractor to conduct an asbesto s abatement project; en burned anywhere in the state (w) Openly burning materials whi ch are prohibited from being op erials in a solid fuel burning device, fireplace, trash by OAR 340-264-0060(3), or burning mat burner or other device as prohibited by OAR 340-262-0900(1); (x) Failing to install certif ied vapor recovery equipment; (y) Delivering for sale a noncom pliant vehicle by an automobile manufacturer in violation of Oregon Low Emission Vehicle rul es set forth in OAR 340 division 257; imit set forth in OAR 340 (z) Exceeding an Oregon Low Emi ssion Vehicle average emission l division 257; o Emission Vehicle (ZEV) sales requirements set forth in OAR 340 (aa) Failing to comply with Zer division 257; icle Indirect Source Permit a s required in OAR 340 division (bb) Failing to obtain a Motor Veh 257; ng a noncompliant vehicle by an automobile dealer or rental car (cc) Selling, leasing, or renti vision 257; or rth in OAR 340 di agency in violation of Oregon Low E mission Vehicle rules set fo 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES C-5 Item G 000301

229 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 6 of 101 he clean fuel standards set forth in OAR 340-253-0100(6), (dd) Failing to comply with any of t AR 340-253-8020 (Table 2). OAR 340-253-8010 (Table 1) and O : (2) Class II (a) Constructing or operating a s Contaminant Discharge Permit ource required to have an Air first obtaining such permit or registration, istration without (ACDP), ACDP attachment, or reg unless otherwise classified; hment or license, unless otherwise (b) Violating the terms or conditions of a permit, permit attac classified; permit attachment modification ay as to require a permit or (c) Modifying a source in such a w from DEQ without first obtaining such approval from DEQ, unless otherwise classified; (d) Exceeding an opacity limit, unless otherwise classified; (e) Exceeding a Volatile Orga nic Compound (VOC) emission standard, operational requirement, control requirement or VOC c ontent limitation established by OA R 340 division 232; lete ACDP annual report or p ermit attachment annual report; (f) Failing to timely submit a comp (g) Failing to timely submit a certification, report, or plan as required by rule, permit or permit attachment, unless otherwise classified; P attachment application, or (h) Failing to timely submit a complete permit application, ACD permit renewal application; nt emissions inventory as required (i) Failing to submit a timely and complete toxic air contamina hrough 340-245-8050; under OAR 340-245-0005 t (j) Failing to comply with the open burning requirements for co mmercial, construction, demolition, or industrial wastes in violation of OAR 340-264-00 80 through 0180; (k) Failing to comply with open burning requirements in violati on of any provision of OAR 340 assified; or burning materials division 264, unless otherwise cl in a solid fuel burning device, fireplace, trash burner or other device as prohibited by OAR 34 0-262-0900(2). (l) Failing to replace, repair, or modify any worn or ineffecti ve component or design element to ity and efficiency of a stage I or stage II vapor collection system; ensure the vapor tight integr (m) Failing to provide timely, accurate or complete notificatio n of an asbestos abatement project; air clearance test or submit an (n) Failing to perform a final asbestos abatement project air estos abatement project; clearance report for an asb PROPOSED RULES C-6 11/15/2018 Item G 000302

230 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 7 of 101 e refinishing r in OAR 340-242-0620; or ules contained (o) Violating on road motor vehicl gon Low Emission Vehicle reporting, notification, or warranty (p) Failing to comply with an Ore requirement set forth in OAR division 257; n Fuels Program under OAR 340- egulated party in the Oregon Clea (q) Failing to register as a r 253-0100(1) and (4), when the perso of blendstocks, as those terms are n is a producer or importer defined in OAR 340-253-0040; signation form under OAR 340-253-0100(3) and (4)(c); (r) Failing to submit a broker de ords relate to obtaining a carbon s under OAR 340-253-0600 when the rec (s) Failing to keep record intensity under OAR 340-253-0450; or ecords related to (t) Failing to keep r sity under OAR 340-253-0450; or obtaining a carbon inten (u) Failing to submit an annual compliance report under OAR 340 -253-0100(8). (3) Class III : it, permit attachment, rule or order ting or monitoring required by a perm (a) Failing to perform tes where missing data can be reconstructed to show compliance with standards, emission limitations or underlying requirements; Air Contaminant Discharge Permit (b) Constructing or operating a source required to have a Basic without first obtaining the permit; approval from DEQ without first ay as to require construction (c) Modifying a source in such a w obtaining such approval from DEQ, unless otherwise classified; (d) Failing to revis e a notification of an asbestos abatement p roject when necessary, unless otherwise classified; (e) Submitting a late air clearan ce report that demonstrates co mpliance with the standards for an asbestos abatement project; or hicle by an automobile dealer or (f) Licensing a noncompliant ve rental car agency in violation of Oregon Low Emission Vehicle rul es set forth in OAR 340 division 257; n Fuels Program under OAR 340- egulated party in the Oregon Clea (g) Failing to register as a r 253-0100(1) and (4), when the person i fuels, as those terms are defined in s an importer of finished OAR 340-253-0040; tion (2)(r); or (h) Failing to keep records under OAR 340-253-0600, except as provided in subsec y progress reports under OAR 340- 253-0100(7). (i) Failing to submit quarterl PROPOSED RULES C-7 11/15/2018 Item G 000303

231 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 8 of 101 referenced are available fro m the agency.] [Ed. Note: Tables and Publications Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468A.025 & 468A.045 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468.020 & 468A.025 8-80; DEQ 22-1984, f. & ef. 11-8- Hist.: DEQ 78, f. 9-6-74, ef. 9- 25-74; DEQ 5-1980, f. & ef. 1-2 84; DEQ 22-1988, f. & cert. ef ef. 3-14-89; DEQ 15-1990, f. & . 9-14-88; DEQ 4-1989, f. & cert. 992, f. & cert. ef. 1-30-92; DEQ cert. ef. 8-15-90; DEQ 2-1 cert. ef. 3-30-90; DEQ 31-1990, f. & 21-1992, f. & cert. ef. 8-11-92; DEQ 19-1993, f. & cert. ef. 11 -4-93; DEQ 20-1993(Temp), f. & 994, f. & cert. ef. 5-19-94; DEQ cert. ef. 3-14-94; DEQ 13-1 cert. ef. 11-4-93; DEQ 4-1994, f. & 0-22-96; DEQ 19-1998, f. & cert. ef. DEQ 22-1996, f. & cert. ef. 1 21-1994, f. & cert. ef. 10-14-94; . ef. 7-1-01; Renumbered from 340-012-0050, DEQ 4- 10-12-98; DEQ 6-2001, f. 6-18-01, cert 2005, f. 5-13-05, cert. ef. 6-1-05; DEQ 4-2006, f. 3-29-06, cer t. ef. 3-31-06; DEQ 6-2006, f. & cert. ef. 6-29-06; DEQ 2-2011, f . 3-10-11, cert. ef. 3-15-11; D EQ 1-2014, f. & cert. ef. 1-6-14; DEQ 13-2015, f. 12-10-15, cert. ef. 1-1-16 340-012-0135, Selected Magnitude Categories (1) Magnitudes for selected Air Quality violations will be dete rmined as follows: (a) Opacity limit violations: (A) Major — Opacity measuremen ts or readings of 20 percent opacity or more over the applicable ined in OAR 340-200-0020; limit, or an opacity violation by a federal major source as def ents or readings greater than 10 percent opacity and less than (B) Moderate — Opacity measurem 20 percent opacity over the applicable limit; or (C) Minor — Opacity measurements or readings of 10 percent opac ity or less over the applicable limit. (b) Operating a major source, as defined in OAR 340-200-0020, w ithout first obtaining the required permit: Major — if a Lowest Achievable Emission Rate ( LAER) or Best Available Control Technology (BACT) analysis shows that additional contro ls or offsets are or were needed, otherwise apply OAR 340-012-0130. (c) Exceeding an emission limit established under New Source Re view/Prevention of Significant Deterioration (NSR/PSD): Major — if exceeded the emission limit by more than 50 percent of the limit, otherwise apply OAR 340-012-0130. (d) Exceeding an emission limit es tablished under federal Natio nal Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAPs): Major — if exceeded the Max imum Achievable Control ed hazardous air pollutant Technology (MACT) standard emissi on limit for a directly-measur (HAP), otherwise apply OAR 340-012-0130. PROPOSED RULES C-8 11/15/2018 Item G 000304

232 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 9 of 101 r risk limit that is equivale (e) Exceeding a cancer or noncance nt to a Risk Action Level or a Source r OAR 340-245-0005 through 340- isk Action Level established unde Risk Limit if the limit is a R se apply OAR 340-012-0130. 245-8050: Major, otherwi (f) Air contaminant emission lim pollutants: Magnitude determinations it violations for selected air ade based upon significant emission rate (SER) amounts listed in under this subsection will be m OAR 340-200-0020. (A) Major: t, rule or order by more than the (i) Exceeding the annual emission limit as established by permi annual SER; or (ii) Exceeding the short-term (less than one year) emission lim it as established by permit, rule or order by more than the applicable short-term SER. (B) Moderate: (i) Exceeding the annual emission limit as established by permi t, rule or order by an amount from 50 up to and including 100 percen t of the annual SER; or (ii) Exceeding the short-term (less than one-year) emission lim it as established by permit, rule or he applicable short-term SER. order by an amount from 50 up to a nd including 100 percent of t (C) Minor: (i) Exceeding the annual emission limit as established by permi t, rule or order by an amount less than 50 percent of the annual SER; or (ii) Exceeding the short-term (less than one year) emission lim it as established by permit, rule or -term SER. ent of the applicable short order by an amount less than 50 perc tion Plans: Major — Major magnitu de in all cases. (g) Violations of Emergency Ac (h) Violations of on road motor ve hicle refinishing rules conta ined in OAR 340-242-0620: Minor — Refinishing 10 or fewer on road m otor vehicles per year. (i) Asbestos violations — These selected magnitudes apply unles s the violation does not cause the potential for human exposure to asbestos fibers: eet of asbestos-containing an 260 linear feet or more than 160 square f (A) Major — More th aterial; material or asbestos-containing waste m ar feet or from 80 square feet up r feet up to and including 260 line (B) Moderate — From 40 linea l or asbestos-containing waste asbestos-containing materia to and including 160 square feet of material; or PROPOSED RULES C-9 11/15/2018 Item G 000305

233 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 10 Page of 101 tos-containing material or asbestos- feet or 80 square feet of asbes (C) Minor — Less than 40 linear containing waste material. (D) The magnitude of the asbestos violation may be increased by one level if the material was e percent asbestos. comprised of more than fiv (j) Open burning violations: (A) Major — Initiating or all owing the initi ation of open burni ng of 20 or more cubic yards of r 5 or more cubic yards of commercial, construction, demolition and/or industrial waste; o prohibited materials (inclusive of tires); or 10 or more tires; owing the initiation of open bu (B) Moderate — Initiating or all rning of 10 or more, but less than 20 cubic yards of commercial, construction, demolition and/or i ndustrial waste; or 2 or more, but less than 5 cubic yards of prohib ited materials (inclusive of tires); or 3 to 9 tires; or if DEQ lacks o make a determination of th e type of waste, number of cubic sufficient information upon which t yards or number of tires burned; or ation of open burni owing the initi (C) Minor — Initiating or all ng of less than 10 cubic yards of r less than 2 cubic yards of commercial, construction, demolition and/or industrial waste; o prohibited materials (inclusive of tires); or 2 or less tires. (D) The selected magnitude may be vel if DEQ fi nds that one or more of the increased one le following are true, or decrease d one level if DEQ finds that none of the following are true: (i) The burning took place in a n open burning control area; (ii) The burning took place in an a rea where open burning is pr ohibited; -attainment or maintenance area for PM10 or PM2.5; or (iii) The burning took place in a non prohibited due to meteorological (iv) The burning took place on a day when all open burning was conditions. (k) Oregon Low Emission Vehicle Non-Methane Gas (NMOG) or Green House Gas (GHG) fleet it violations: average emission lim (A) Major — Exceeding the limit by more than 10 percent; or (B) Moderate — Exceeding the limit by 10 percent or less. (l) Oregon Clean Fuels Program violations: (A) Exceeding the clean fuel standards set forth in OAR 340-253-0100(6), 340-253-8010 (Table 1) and 340-253-8020 (Table 2) by: 11/15/2018 C-10 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000306

234 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 11 Page of 101 (i) Major — more than 15 percent; (ii) Moderate — more than 10 percent but less th an 15 percent; (iii) Minor — 10 percent or less. (B) Failing to register under OAR 340-253-0100(1) and (4): Minor — producers and importers of blendstocks; gnation form under OAR 340-253-0100(3) and (4)(c): Minor; or (C) Failing to submit broker desi hen the records relate to obtaining (D) Failing to keep records as set forth in OAR 340-253-0600, w a carbon intensity under OAR 340-253-04500600: Minor; or (E) Failing to submit annual compliance reports under OAR 340-253-0100(8): Moderate. termined as follows: (2) Magnitudes for selected Water Quality violations will be de (a) Violating wastewater discha rge permit effluent limitations: (A) Major: pill or technology based effluent limitation exceedance was less than (i) The dilution (D) of the s QR is the estimated receiving = ((QR /4) + QI)/ QI, where two, when calculated as follows: D of the incident; ated quantity or discharge rate stream flow and QI is the estim based effluent limitation (WQBEL) the time of the water quality (ii) The receiving stream flow at exceedance was at or below the fl ow used to calculate the WQBEL ; or (iii) The resulting water qualit as as follows: y from the spill or discharge w (I) For discharges of toxic pollutants: CS/D was more than CAcu te, where CS is the concentration of the discharge, D is the dilu tion of the discharge as determined under (2)(a)(A)(i), and CAcute is the concentration for acute toxicity (as defined by the applica ble water quality standard); (II) For spills or discharges affecting temperature, when the d ischarge temperature is at or above 32 degrees centigrade after two seconds from the outfall; or is the concentration of the (III) For BOD5 discharges: (BOD5)/D is more than 10, where BOD5 and of the discharge and D is th e dilution of the discharge as five-day Biochemical Oxygen Dem determined under (2)(a)(A)(i). (B) Moderate: ll or the technology based efflu ent limitation exceedance was two or (i) The dilution (D) of the spi more but less than 10 when calculated as follows: D = ((QR /4)+ QI )/ QI, where QR is the PROPOSED RULES C-11 11/15/2018 Item G 000307

235 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 12 Page of 101 estimated receiving stream flow and QI is the estimated quantit y or discharge rate of the discharge; or nce was greater than, but less (ii) The receiving stream flow at the time of the WQBEL exceeda d to calculate the WQBEL. than twice, the flow use (C) Minor: (i) The dilution (D) of the spi ll or the technology based efflu ent limitation exceedance was 10 or R is the receiving stream flow more when calculated as follows: D = ((QR/4) + QI)/ QI, where Q and QI is the quantity or discharg e rate of the incident; or nce was twice the flow or more the time of the WQBEL exceeda (ii) The receiving stream flow at of the flow used to calculate the WQBEL. r quality standards: (b) Violating numeric wate (A) Major: ics, dissolved oxygen, pH, and centration of any pollutant except for tox (i) Increased the con turbidity, by 25 percent or more of the standard; (ii) Decreased the dissolved oxygen concentration by two or mor e milligrams per liter below the standard; (iii) Increased the toxic pollutant concentration by any amount over the acute standard or by 100 percent or more of the chronic standard; by one or more pH units from the standard; or (iv) Increased or decreased pH (v) Increased turbidity by 50 or m ore nephelometric turbidity u nits (NTU) over background. (B) Moderate: (i) Increased the con centration of any pollutant except for tox ics, pH, and turbidity by more than 10 percent but less than 25 percent of the standard; ut less than two, milligrams per oncentration by one or more, b (ii) Decreased dissolved oxygen c liter below the standard; tion of toxic pollutants by more than 10 percent but less than 100 (iii) Increased the concentra onic standard; percent of the chr s than 1.0 pH unit from the by more than 0.5 pH unit but les (iv) Increased or decreased pH standard; or 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES C-12 Item G 000308

236 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 13 Page of 101 er background. re than 20 but less than 50 NTU ov (v) Increased turbidity by mo (C) Minor: idity, by 10 percent xics, pH, and turb (i) Increased the concentration of any pollutant, except for to or less of the standard; (ii) Decreased the dissolved oxygen concentration by less than one milligram per liter below the standard; hronic standard; (iii) Increased the concentr ation of toxic pollutants by 10 percent or less of the c (iv) Increased or decreased pH by 0.5 pH unit or less from the standard; or (v) Increased turbidity by 20 N TU or less over background. (c) The selected magnitude under (2)(a) or (b) may be increased one or more levels if the violation: (A) Occurred in a water body tha t is water quality limited (listed on the most current 303(d) list) y is listed; and the discharge is the same pollutant for which the water bod entation in a stream in which reased turbidity and/or sedim (B) Depressed oxygen levels or inc wning as indicated by the benefi salmonids may be rearing or spa cial use maps available at OAR 340-041-0101 through 0340; d either in shellfish growing waters or during the period from June 1 (C) Violated a bacteria standar through September 30; or (D) Resulted in a documented fish or wildlife kill. (3) Magnitudes for selected So lid Waste violatio ns will be determined as follows: (a) Operating a solid waste di sposal facility without a permit or disposing of solid waste at an unpermitted site: (A) Major — The volume of material disposed of exceeds 400 cubi c yards; an or equal to 40 cubic yards and is greater th (B) Moderate — The volume of mater ial disposed of less than or equal to 400 cubic yards; or cubic yards. ls disposed of is less than 40 (C) Minor — The volume of materia (D) The magnitude of the violation may be raised by one magnitu de if the material disposed of 00 feet of waters of the state. was either in the floodplain of waters of the state or within 1 (b) Failing to accurately report the amount of solid waste disp osed: 11/15/2018 C-13 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000309

237 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 14 Page of 101 (A) Major — The amount of solid waste is underreported by 15 pe rcent or more of the amount received; lid waste is un percent or more, but less than 15 derreported by 5 (B) Moderate — The amount of so percent, of the amount received; or than 5 percent of the amount aste is underreported by less (C) Minor — The amount of solid w received. determined as follows: (4) Magnitudes for selected Hazardous Waste violations will be (a) Failure to make a hazardous waste determination; aste streams; (A) Major — Failure to make the determination on five or more w the determination on three or fo ur waste streams; or (B) Moderate — Failure to make (C) Minor — Failure to make the determination on one or two waste streams. of OAR 340-012-0068(1)(b), (c), (b) Hazardous Waste treatment, storage and disposal violations (h), (k), (l), (m), (p), (q) and (r): (A) Major: 330 pounds of hazardous waste; or (i) Treatment, storage, or dispos al of more than 55 gallons or (ii) Treatment, storage, or disposal of at least one quart or 2.2 pounds of acutely hazardous waste. (B) Moderate: (i) Treatment, storage, or disposal of 55 gallons or 330 pounds or less of hazardous waste; or (ii) Treatment, storage, or dis posal of less than one quart or 2.2 pounds of acutely hazardous waste. (c) Hazardous waste management violations classified in OAR 340 -012-0068(1)(d), (e) (f), (g), (i), , (e), (h), (i), (k), (m), (n), (o), (p), (r) and (s): (j), (n), (s) and (2)(a), (b), (d) (A) Major: (i) Hazardous waste management violations involving more than 1 ,000 gallons or 6,000 pounds of hazardous waste; or (ii) Hazardous waste management violations involving at least o ne quart or 2.2 pounds of acutely hazardous waste. (B) Moderate: C-14 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000310

238 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 15 Page of 101 50 gallons or 1,500 pounds, up (i) Hazardous waste management violations involving more than 2 te; or to and including 1,000 gallons or 6,000 pounds of hazardous was one quart or 2.2 pounds of acutely (ii) Hazardous waste management violations involving less than hazardous waste. (C) Minor: (i) Hazardous waste manageme nt violations involving 250 gallons or 1,500 pounds or less of hazardous waste and no acutely hazardous waste. 72) will be determined as (5) Magnitudes for selected Used Oil violations (OAR 340-012-00 follows: )(a) through (h): ), (i), (j); and (2 (a) Used Oil violations set forth in OAR 340-012-0072(1)(f), (h 1,000 gallons or 7,000 pounds (A) Major — Used oil management violations involving more than of used oil or used oil mixtures; an 250 gallons or 1,750 (B) Moderate — Used oil management violations involving more th ed oil or used oil mixture; or pounds, up to and including 1,000 gallons or 7,000 pounds of us s or 1,750 pounds or less of (C) Minor — Used oil management violations involving 250 gallon used oil or used oil mixtures. (b) Used Oil spill or disposal violations set forth in OAR 340-012-0072(1)(a) through (e), (g) and (k). (A) Major — A spill or dispos or 2,940 pounds of used oil or al involving more than 420 gallons used oil mixtures; (B) Moderate — A spill or disposal involving more than 42 gallo ns or 294 pounds, up to and including 420 gallons or 2,940 pounds of used oil or used oil m ixtures; or (C) Minor — A spill or dispos al of used oil involving 42 gallons or 294 pounds or less of used oil or used oil mixtures. the agency.] [ED. NOTE: Tables & Publications referenced are available from Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.065 & 468A.045 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468.090 - 468.140 & 468A.060 Hist.: DEQ 21-1992, f. & cert. ef. 8-11-92; DEQ 4-1994, f. & cert. ef. 3-14-94; DEQ 19-1998, f. & cert. ef. 10-12-98; DEQ 1-2003, f. & cert. ef. 1-31-03; Renumbered from 340-012-0090, DEQ 4- t. ef. 3-31-06; DEQ 6-2006, f. & 2005, f. 5-13-05, cert. ef. 6-1-05; DEQ 4-2006, f. 3-29-06, cer cert. ef. 1-6-14; DEQ 13-2015, f. 12-10-15, cert. ef. 1-1-16 cert. ef. 6-29-06; DEQ 1-2014, f. & PROPOSED RULES C-15 11/15/2018 Item G 000311

239 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 16 Page of 101 340-012-0140, Determination of Base Penalty (1) Except for Class III viol ations and as provided in OAR 340-012-0155, the base penalty (BP) is d magnitude of the violation determined by applying the class an to the matrices set forth in this section. For Class III violati ons, no magnitude determination i s required. (2) $12,000 Penalty Matrix: (a) The $12,000 penalty matrix a pplies to the following: y statute, rule, permit, permit attachment, or related order (A) Any violation of an air qualit committed by a person that has or should have a Title V permit or an Air Contaminant Discharge or Prevention of Significant ource Review (NSR) regulations Permit (ACDP) issued under New S ons, or section 112(g) of the federal Clean Air Act. Deterioration (PSD) regulati (B) Open burning violations as follows: rial facility operating under an (i) Any violation of OAR 340-264-0060(3) committed by an indust air quality permit. (ii) Any violation of OAR 340-264-0060(3) in which 25 or more c ubic yards of prohibited are burned, except when committ ed by a residential owner- materials or more than 15 tires occupant. 340-257) by an automobile (C) Any violation of the Oregon L ow Emission Vehicle rules (OAR manufacturer. (D) Any violation of ORS 468B.025(1)(a) or (1)(b), or of 468B.0 50(1)(a) by a person without a National Pollutant Discharge El unless otherwise classified. imination System (NPDES) permit, (E) Any violation of a water quality statute, rule, permit or r elated order by: (i) A person that has an NPDES permit, or that has or should have a Water Pollution Control Facility (WPCF) permit, for a m unicipal or private utility sewa ge treatment facility with a permitted flow of five million or more gallons per day. permit. (ii) A person that has a Tier 1 industrial source NPDES or WPCF (iii) A person that has a population of 100,000 or more, as det ermined by the most recent national er Underground Injection ve a WPCF Municipal Stormwat census, and either has or should ha d Storm Sewer Systems Control (UIC) System Permit, or has an NPDES Municipal Separate (MS4) Stormwater Discharge Permit. (iv) A person that installs or operates a prohibited Class I, I I, III, IV or V UIC system, except for a cesspool. PROPOSED RULES C-16 11/15/2018 Item G 000312

240 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 17 Page of 101 (v) A person that has or should have applied for coverage under an NPDES Stormwater Discharge truction site tha 1200-C General Permit for a cons t disturbs 20 or more acres. 83 or ballast water management (F) Any violation of the ballast water statute in ORS Chapter 7 rule in OAR 340, division 143. er Act Section 401 Water Qualit (G) Any violation of a Clean Wat y Certification by a 100 megawatt or more hydroelectric facility. y Certification for a dredge and (H) Any violation of a Clean Wat er Act Section 401 Water Qualit fill project except for Tier 1, 2A or 2B projects. (I) Any violation of an underground storage tanks statute, rule, permit or related order committed s or a person who is licensed or by the owner, operator or permittee of 10 or more UST facilitie should be licensed by DEQ to perform tank services. tank statute, rule, permit, license or related order committed by a (J) Any violation of a heating oil heating oil tank services. licensed by DEQ to perform person who is licensed or should be related rules or orders regarding financial assurance for (K) Any violation of ORS 468B.485, or ships transporting hazardous materials or oil. atute, rule, permit or related order committed by a person who is a (L) Any violation of a used oil st used oil transporter, transfer facility, processor or re-refiner, off-specification used oil burner or used oil marketer. (M) Any violation of a hazardous waste statute, rule, permit or related order by: (i) A person that is a large quantity generator or hazardous wa ste transporter. (ii) A person that has or should ha ve a treatment, storage or disposal facility permit. (N) Any violation of an oil and haza rdous material spill and re lease statute, rule , or related order committed by a covered vessel or facility as defined in ORS 468B.300 or by a person who is engaged in the business of manufacturing, storing or transporti ng oil or hazardous materials. ated biphenyls (PCBs) managem ent and disposal statute, rule, (O) Any violation of a polychlorin permit or related order. nup statute, rule, related order 465, UST or environmental clea (P) Any violation of ORS Chapter or related agreement. (Q) Unless specifically listed under another penalty matrix, any violation of ORS Chapter 459 or d order committed by: any violation of a solid waste statute, rule, permit, or relate (i) A person that has or should have a solid waste disposal per mit. C-17 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000313

241 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 18 Page of 101 d by the most recent national (ii) A person with a populati on of 25,000 or more, as determine census. an Fuels Program under OAR 340 division 253 by a person (R) Any violation of the Oregon Cle registered as an importer of blendstocks. (b) The base penalty values for the $12,000 penalty matrix are as follows: (A) Class I: (i) Major — $12,000; (ii) Moderate — $6,000; (iii) Minor — $3,000. (B) Class II: (i) Major — $6,000; (ii) Moderate — $3,000; (iii) Minor — $1,500. (C) Class III: $1,000. (3) $8,000 Penalty Matrix: pplies to the following: (a) The $8,000 penalty matrix a y statute, rule, permit, permit attachment, or related order (A) Any violation of an air qualit committed by a person that has or should have an ACDP permit, except for NSR, PSD and Basic ACDP permits, unless listed unde r another penalty matrix. (B) Any violation of an asbestos statute, rule, permit or relat ed order except those violations listed in section (5) of this rule. (C) Any violation of a vehicle inspection program statute, rule , permit or related order committed by an auto repair facility. (D) Any violation of the Oregon L ow Emission Vehicle rules (OAR 340-257) committed by an automobile dealer or an au tomobile rental agency. elated order committed by: (E) Any violation of a water quality statute, rule, permit or r C-18 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000314

242 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 19 Page of 101 Permit, or that has or should have a WPCF Permit, for a municipal (i) A person that has an NPDES or private utility sewage treatment facility with a permitted f low of two million or more, but less than five million, gallons per day. Permit. industrial source NPDES or WPCF (ii) A person that has a Tier 2 er an NPDES or a WPCF General (iii) A person that has or should have applied for coverage und Permit, except an NPDES Stormwater Discharge 1200-C General Permit for a construction site of less than five acres in size or 20 or more acres in size. (iv) A person that has a population of less than 100,000 but mo re than 10,000, as determined by Municipal Stormwater UIC the most recent national census, and has or should have a WPCF 4 Stormwater Discharge Permit. System Permit or has an NPDES MS (v) A person that owns, and tha t has or should have registered, a UIC system that disposes of wastewater other than stormwater or sewage or geothermal fluids. y Certification by a less than 100 (F) Any violation of a Clean Water Act Section 401 Water Qualit megawatt hydroelectric facility. y Certification for a Tier 2A or er Act Section 401 Water Qualit (G) Any violation of a Clean Wat Tier 2B dredge and fill project. te, rule, permit or related order committed by a person who is (H) Any violation of an UST statu . of five to nine UST facilities the owner, operator or permittee y violation of ORS Chapter 459 or (I) Unless specifically listed under another penalty matrix, an , permit, or related order commi tted by: other solid waste statute, rule (i) A person that has or should have a waste tire permit; or (ii) A person with a population of more than 5,000 but less tha n or equal to 25,000, as determined by the most recent national census. (J) Any violation of a hazardous was te management statute, rule, permit or related order committed by a person that is a small quantity generator. , or related order lease statute, rule rdous material spill and re (K) Any violation of an oil and haza committed by a person other than a person listed in OAR 340-012-0140(2)(a)(N) occurring during a commercial activity or involvi ng a derelict vessel over 35 fe et in length. (L) Any violation of the Oregon Cle an Fuels Program under OAR 340 division 253 by a person registered as a credit generator. r the $8,000 penalty matrix are a (b) The base penalty values fo s follows: PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 C-19 Item G 000315

243 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 20 Page of 101 (A) Class I: (i) Major — $8,000. (ii) Moderate — $4,000. (iii) Minor — $2,000. (B) Class II: (i) Major — $4,000. (ii) Moderate — $2,000. (iii) Minor — $1,000. (C) Class III: $ 700. (4) $3,000 Penalty Matrix: pplies to the following: (a) The $3,000 penalty matrix a (A) Any violation of any statute, rule, permit, license, or order committed by a person not listed under another penalty matrix. (B) Any violation of an air quality statute, rule, permit, perm it attachment, or related order committed by a person not listed under another penalty matrix. statute, rule, permit, perm it attachment, or related order (C) Any violation of an air quality n ACDP or registration only committed by a person that has or should have a Basic ACDP or a because the person is subject to Area Source NESHAP regulations. (D) Any violation of OAR 340-264-0060(3) in which 25 or more cu bic yards of prohibited materials or more than 15 tires are burned by a residential owner-occupant. (E) Any violation of a vehicle in spection program statute, rule , permit or related order committed by a natural person, except for t hose violations listed in sect ion (5) of this rule. ense or related orde r not listed under (F) Any violation of a water qual ity statute, rule, permit, lic another penalty matrix and committed by: (i) A person that has an NPDES permit, or has or should have a WPCF permit, for a municipal or private utility wastewater treatment facility with a permitted flow of less than two million gallons per day. PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 C-20 Item G 000316

244 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 21 Page of 101 d have applied for coverage unde (ii) A person that has or shoul r an NPDES Stormwater Discharge one, but less than five acres. 1200-C General Permit for a construction site that is more than rmined by the most recent national (iii) A person that has a population of 10,000 or less, as dete census, and either has an NPDES M or has or should have a S4 Stormwater Discharge Permit WPCF Municipal Stormwater UIC System Permit. services or who has performed (iv) A person who is licensed to perform onsite sewage disposal sewage disposal services. s and either has or should have (v) A person, except for a residential owner-occupant, that own geothermal fluids. registered a UIC system that disposes of stormwater, sewage or ter UIC system permit. (vi) A person that has or should ha ve a WPCF individual stormwa related order committed by a person (vii) Any violation of a water quality statute, rule, permit or or coverage under an NPDES 700-PM General Permit for suction that has or should have applied f dredges. (G) Any violation of an onsite sewag ermit or related order, except for a e disposal statute, rule, p violation committed by a residential owner-occupant. (H) Any violation of a Clean Wat y Certification for a Tier 1 er Act Section 401 Water Qualit dredge and fill project. (I) Any violation of an UST statute, rule, permit or related or der if the person is the owner, operator or permittee of two to four UST facilities. (J) Any violation of a used oil st d order, except a violation related to a atute, rule, permit or relate spill or release, committed by a person that is a used oil gene rator. (K) Any violation of a hazardous waste management statute, rule, permit or related order committed by a person that is a conditionally exempt generator, unless listed under another penalty matrix. (L) Any violation of ORS Chapter 459 or other solid waste statu te, rule, permit, or related order committed by a person with a population less than 5,000, as det ermined by the most recent national census. (M) Any violation of the labeli ng requirements of ORS 459A.675 through 459A.685. (N) Any violation of rigid pesticid e container disposal require ments by a conditionally exempt generator of hazardous waste. (O) Any violation of ORS 468B.025(1 )(a) or (b) resulting from t urbid discharges to waters of the es of property disturbing les state caused by non-residential us s than one acre in size. 11/15/2018 C-21 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000317

245 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 22 Page of 101 , or related order lease statute, rule (P) Any violation of an oil and ha zardous material spill and re committed by a person not listed under another matrix. an Fuels Program under OAR 340 division 253 by a person (Q) Any violation of the Oregon Cle registered as an importer of finished fuels. (b) The base penalty values fo r the $3,000 penalty matrix are a s follows: (A) Class I: (i) Major — $3,000; (ii) Moderate — $1,500; (iii) Minor — $750. (B) Class II: (i) Major — $1,500; (ii) Moderate — $750; (iii) Minor — $375. (C) Class III: $250. (5) $1,000 Penalty Matrix: pplies to the following: (a) The $1,000 penalty matrix a elated order committed by a (A) Any violation of an open burning statute, rule, permit or r e residence, not listed under a residential owner-occupant at th nother penalty matrix. ssions standards by operation o f a vehicle. (B) Any violation of visible emi (C) Any violation of an asbestos statute, rule, permit or relat ed order committed by a residential owner-occupant. (D) Any violation of an onsite sewag e disposal statute, rule, p ermit or related order of OAR chapter 340, division 44 committed by a residential owner-occup ant. (E) Any violation of an UST statut e, rule, permit or related order committed by a person who is the owner, operator or permittee of one UST facility. te, rule, permit or related or der not listed under another penalty (F) Any violation of an HOT statu matrix. 11/15/2018 C-22 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000318

246 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 23 Page of 101 (G) Any violation of OAR chapt er 340, division 124 or ORS 465.505 by a dry cleaning owner or ethylene. operator, dry store owner or operator, or supplier of perchloro te, rule or related order committed 459 or other solid waste statu (H) Any violation of ORS Chapter by a residential owner-occupant. to rigid plastic cont ainers, except for (I) Any violation of a statute, rule, permit or order relating violation of the labeling re quirements under OAR 459A.675 through 459A.685. pportunity to recycle. rule or order relating to the o (J) Any violation of a statute, er 340, division 262 or other statute, rule or order relating to solid (K) Any violation of OAR chapt olation related to the sale of new or used solid fuel burning fuel burning devices, except a vi devices or the removal and destruction of used solid fuel burning devices. ated order by a residential owner- (L) Any violation of an UIC system statute, rule, permit or rel rmal fluids. occupant, when the UIC disposes of stormwater, sewage or geothe urbid discharges to waters of the )(a) or (b) resulting from t (M) Any Violation of ORS 468B.025(1 n one acre in size. property disturbing less tha state caused by residential use of (b) The base penalty values fo s follows: r the $1,000 penalty matrix are a (A) Class I: (i) Major — $1,000; (ii) Moderate — $500; (iii) Minor — $250. (B) Class II: (i) Major — $500; (ii) Moderate — $250; (iii) Minor — $125. (C) Class III: $100. Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020 & 468.090 - 468.140 468.035 Stats. Implemented: ORS 459.995, 459A.655, 459A.660, 459A.685 & f. 3-14-89; DEQ 15-1990, f. & ce rt. ef. 3-30-90; DEQ 33-1990, f. & Hist.: DEQ 4-1989, f. & cert. e 994, f. & cert. ef. 3-14-94; DEQ 9- cert. ef. 8-11-92; DEQ 4-1 cert. ef. 8-15-90; DEQ 21-1992, f. & EQ 19-1998, f. & cert. ef. 10-12 -98; DEQ 6-2001, f. 6-18-01, cert. 1996, f. & cert. ef. 7-10-96; D 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES C-23 Item G 000319

247 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 24 Page of 101 ef. 7-1-01; Renumbered fro m 340-012-0042, DEQ 4-2005, f. 5-13-0 5, cert. ef. 6-1-05; DEQ 4- 2006, f. 3-29-06, cert. ef. 3-31-06; 6-29-06; DEQ 2-2011, f. 3-10-11, DEQ 6-2006, f. & cert. ef. cert. ef. 1-6-14; DEQ 13-2015, f. 12-10-15, cert. ef. 1-1-16 cert. ef. 3-15-11; DEQ 1-2014, f. & DIVISION 200 GENERAL AIR POLLUTION PROCEDURES AND DEFINITIONS 340-200-0020, General Air Quality Definitions through 268, unless specifical As used in OAR 340 divisions 200 ly defined otherwise: . § 7401 to 7671q. ederal Clean Air Act, 42 U.S.C.A (1) "Act" or "FCAA" means the F ss, operation, action, or reaction (e.g., chemical) at a source that (2) "Activity" means any proce emits a regulated pollutant. pollutant from an emissions (3) "Actual emissions" means the mass emissions of a regulated period as set forth in OAR 340 divisions 214, 220 and 222. source during a specified time definitions of major source and source and in OAR 340-216-0070, (4) "Adjacent", as used in the means interdependent facilities that are nearby to each other. affected units that are subject to (5) "Affected source" means a source that includes one or more emission reduction requirements or limitations under Title IV o f the FCAA. (6) "Affected states" means all states: (a) Whose air quality may be affected by a proposed permit, per mit modification, or permit renewal and that are contiguous to Oregon; or (b) That are within 50 miles of the permitted source. (7) "Aggregate insignificant emissions" means the annual actual emissions of any regulated pollutant from one or more design ated activities at a source that are less than or e qual to the lowest from each designated activity and the applicable level specified in this section. The total emissions gnated activities must be less than or equal to the lowest aggregate emissions from all desi applicable level specified: c acid mist, any Class I or II (a) One ton for total reduced sulfur, hydrogen sulfide, sulfuri d promulgated under or establishe substance subject to a standar d by Title VI of the FCAA, and nt, except lead; each criteria polluta (b) 120 pounds for lead; (c) 600 pounds for fluorides; C-24 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000320

248 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 25 Page of 101 M10 nonattainment area; (d) 500 pounds for PM10 in a P (e) 500 pounds for direct PM2.5 in a PM2.5 nonattainment area; unt established in 40 C.F.R. 68.130 or 1,000 pounds; (f) The lesser of the amo ts; (g) An aggregate of 5,000 pounds for all hazardous air pollutan (h) 2,756 tons CO2e for greenhouse gases. e, vapor, pollen, soot, carbon, (8) "Air contaminant" means a dust, fume, gas, mist, odor, smok on thereof. acid, particulate matter, regulated pollutant, or any combinati authorization issued, renewed, (9) "Air Contaminant Discharge Permit" or "ACDP" means written amended, or revised by DEQ, under OAR 340 division 216. (10) "Alternative method" means any method of sampling and analyzing for an air pollutant which t method but which has been demo is not a reference or equivalen nstrated to DEQ's satisfaction to, in specific cases, produce result s adequate for determination o f compliance. The alternative t of the rules, is at least eq uivalent in objectivity and reliability method must comply with the inten to the uniform recognized proce dures, and is demonstrated to be reproducible, selective, sensitive, accurate, and applicable to the program. An alternative method used to meet an applicable federal requirement for which a reference method is specified must be a pproved by EPA unless EPA has delegated authority for the approval to DEQ. (11) "Ambient air" means that po rtion of the atmosphere, external to buildings, to which the general public has access. eans all of the following as the (12) "Applicable requirement" m y apply to emissions units in an Oregon Title V Operating Permit source, including program source or ACDP program omulgated or approved by the EPA through rule making at the time requirements that have been pr of issuance but have future-e ffective compliance dates: (a) Any standard or other require ment provided for in the appli cable implementation plan approved or promulgated by the E PA through rulemaking under Title I of the FCAA that revisions to that plan implements the relevant require ments of the FCAA, including any promulgated in 40 C.F.R. part 52; -0040 of the State of Oregon (b) Any standard or other requi rement adopted under OAR 340-200 Clean Air Act Implementation Pla n that is more stringent than t he federal standard or requirement y enforceable air pollution control which has not yet been approve d by the EPA, and other state-onl requirements; (c) Any term or condition in an A CDP, OAR 340 division 216, including any term or condition of ed under OAR 340 division 224, any preconstruction permits issu New Source Review, until or t modification; unless DEQ revokes or modifies the term or condition by a permi PROPOSED RULES C-25 11/15/2018 Item G 000321

249 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 26 Page of 101 ice of Construction and Approval of Plans, OAR 340-210-0205 (d) Any term or condition in a Not through 340-210-0240, until or unless DEQ revokes or modifies t he term or condition by a Notice lans or a permit modification; of Construction and Approval of P (e) Any term or condition in a Notice of Approval, OAR 340-218-0190, issued before July 1, 2001, until or unless DEQ revokes or modifies the term or condi tion by a Notice of Approval or a permit modification; (f) Any term or condition of a PSD permit issued by the EPA until or unless the EPA revokes or on by a permit modification; modifies the term or conditi (g) Any standard or other requirement under section 111 of the FCAA, including section 111(d); FCAA, including any requirement (h) Any standard or other requirement under section 112 of the CAA; concerning accident prevention under section 112(r)(7) of the F under Title IV of the FCAA or the (i) Any standard or other requirement of the acid rain program regulations promulgated thereunder; (j) Any requirements establis hed under section 504(b) or sectio n 114(a)(3) of the FCAA; nd(c) of the FCAA; (k) Any standard or other requirement under section 126(a)(1) a ment governing solid waste incineration, under section 129 of the (l) Any standard or other require FCAA; al products, under section (m) Any standard or other requirement for consumer and commerci 183(e) of the FCAA; ment for tank vessels, under section 183(f) of the FCAA; (n) Any standard or other require ment of the program to control air pollution from outer (o) Any standard or other require continental shelf sources, under section 328 of the FCAA; (p) Any standard or other require ment of the regulations promul gated to protect stratospheric ozone under Title VI of the FCAA, unless the Administrator has determined that such requirements need not be contained in an Oregon Title V Operating Permit; and isibility requirement under part C of (q) Any national ambient air quality standard or increment or v it would apply to temporary so Title I of the FCAA, but only as urces permitted under section 504(e) of the FCAA. (13) “Attainment area” or “unclassified area” means an area that has not otherwise been ndards for a particular regulated designated by EPA as nonattainment with ambient air quality sta unclassified areas may also be r pollutant. Attainment areas or eferred to as sustainment or maintenance areas as designated in OAR 340 division 204. Any particular location may be part of 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES C-26 Item G 000322

250 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 27 Page of 101 an attainment area or unclassifi ed area for one regulated pollu tant while also being in a different type of designated area for a nother regulated pollutant. s a pollutant for which an area (14) “Attainment pollutant” mean is designated an attainment or unclassified area. (15) "Baseline emission rate" means the actual emission rate during a baseline period as determined under OAR 340 division 222. aseline emission rate for each (16) "Baseline period" means th e period used to determine the b r OAR 340 division 222. regulated pollutant unde (17) "Best Available Control Te chnology" or "BACT" means an emi ssion limitation, including, aximum degree of reduction of each ssion standard, based on the m but not limited to, a visible emi gulation under the FCAA which woul air contaminant subject to re d be emitted from any proposed major source or major modification which, on a case-by-case bas is, taking into account energy, environmental, and economic imp acts and other costs, is achievable for such source or on of production processes or ava ilable methods, systems, and modification through applicati techniques, including fuel clea ning or treatment or innovative fuel combustion techniques for n of BACT result in emissions of control of such air contaminant. In no event may the applicatio any applicable new source any air contaminant that would exceed the emissions allowed by performance standard or any standard for hazardous air pollutan t. If an emission limitation is not feasible, a design, equipment, w ork practice, or operational standard, or combination thereof, may , to the degree possible, set fo be required. Such standard must rth the emission reduction achievable and provide for compliance by pres nditions. cribing appropriate permit co zed and biodegradable organic m aterial originating from plants, (18) "Biomass" means non-fossili animals, and microorganisms , including products, byproducts, re sidues and waste from agriculture, forestry, and related industries as well as the non-fossilized and biodegradable organic fractions of industrial and municipal wastes , including gases and liquids recovered from the decomposition of non-fossilized and biodegradable organic matter. (19) "Capacity" means the maximum regulated pollutant emissions from a stationary source under its physical and operational design. (20) “Capture efficiency” mean s the amount of regulated polluta nt collected and routed to an air d by the amount of total emissio pollution control device divide ns generated by the process being controlled. (21) "Capture system" means th e equipment, including but not limited to hoods, ducts, fans, and booths, used to contain, capture a nd transport a regulated pollutant to a control device. (22) "Carbon dioxide equivalent" greenhouse gas or gases or "CO2e" means an amount of a computed by multiplying the mass expressed as the equivalent a mount of carbon dioxide, and is be published for each gas at 40 by the global warming potential of each of the greenhouse gases C-27 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000323

251 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 28 Page of 101 C.F.R. part 98, subpart A, Table A–1-Global Warming Potentials, and adding the resulting value for each greenhouse gas to compute the total equivalent amount of carbon dioxide. (23) "Categorically insignificant activity" means any of the fo llowing listed regulated pollutant emitting activities principally supporting the source or the ma oup. Categorically jor industrial gr ements. ply with all applicable requir insignificant activities must com ent at less than 1 percent by weight of any chemical or (a) Constituents of a chemical mixture pres compound regulated under divi sions 200 through 268 excluding divisions 248 and 262 of this cent by weight of any carcinogen l chapter, or less than 0.1 per isted in the U.S. Department of age of the chemical mixture is Health and Human Service's Annual Report on Carcinogens when us less than 100,000 pounds/year; issions from on-site motor vehic le operation; (b) Evaporative and tailpipe em (c) Distillate oil, kerosene, gasoline, natural gas or propane burning equipment, provided the as categorically insignificant do aggregate expected actual emissions of the equipment identified sed on the expected maximum not exceed the de minimis level for any regulated pollutant, ba annual operation of the equipment. If a source’s expected emissions from all such equipment bgroup of such equipment as exceed the de minimis levels, then the source may identify a su y insignificant. The following categorically insignificant with the remainder not categoricall equipment may never be included a s categorically insignificant: (A) Any individual distillate o il, kerosene or gasoline burning equipment with a ra ting greater than 0.4 million Btu/hour; (B) Any individual natural gas or propane burning equipment wit h a rating greater than 2.0 million Btu/hour. (d) Distillate oil, kerosene, gasoline, natural gas or propane burning equipment brought on site for ce, construction or similar pur poses, such as but not limited to six months or less for maintenan , provided that any such generators, pumps, hot water pressure washers and space heaters pment, must be operated within equipment that performs the same function as the permanent equi the source's existing PSEL; (e) Office activities; (f) Food service activities; (g) Janitorial activities; (h) Personal care activities; (i) Groundskeeping activities including, but not limited to building painting and road and parking lot maintenance; 11/15/2018 C-28 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000324

252 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 29 Page of 101 (j) On-site laundry activities; tion facilities; (k) On-site recrea (l) Instrument calibration; (m) Maintenance and repair shop; (n) Automotive repair shops or storage garages; (o) Air cooling or ventilating equipment not designed to remove air contaminants generated by or ciated equipment; released from asso ith less than 50 pounds of charge of (p) Refrigeration systems w ozone depleting substances igeration systems but excluding any regulated under Title VI, includ ing pressure tanks used in refr combustion equipment associated with such systems; (q) Bench scale laboratory equipment and laboratory equipment u sed exclusively for chemical and s but excluding research and ssociated vacuum producing device physical analysis, including a development facilities; (r) Temporary construction activities; (s) Warehouse activities; (t) Accidental fires; (u) Air vents from air compressors; (v) Air purification systems; (w) Continuous emissions monitoring vent lines; (x) Demineralized water tanks; d water purification systems; (y) Pre-treatment of municipal w ater, including use of deionize (z) Electrical charging stations; (aa) Fire brigade training; (bb) Instrument air dr yers and distribution; filtration systems; (cc) Process raw water (dd) Pharmaceutical packaging; PROPOSED RULES C-29 11/15/2018 Item G 000325

253 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 30 Page of 101 (ee) Fire suppression; (ff) Blueprint making; (gg) Routine maintenance, repai ipated activities most often r, and replacement such as antic ent outages to maintain a plant ng regularly scheduled equipm associated with and performed duri ng condition, including but no and its equipment in good operati t limited to steam cleaning, abrasive use, and woodworking; (hh) Electric motors; ent used for ASTM grade distillate or (ii) Storage tanks, reservoirs , transfer and lubricating equipm , and hydraulic fluids; residual fuels, lubricants mance Standards (NSPS), including (jj) On-site storage tanks not subject to any New Source Perfor d exclusively for fueling of the underground storage tanks (UST), storing gasoline or diesel use facility's fleet of vehicles; orage tanks and transfer uefied petroleum gas (LPG) st (kk) Natural gas, propane, and liq equipment; taining gaseous compounds; (ll) Pressurized tanks con (mm) Vacuum sheet stacker vents; atment works (POTW) provided discharges to publicly owned tre (nn) Emissions from wastewater g on-site wastewater treatment the source is authorized to discharge to the POTW, not includin and/or holding facilities; (oo) Log ponds; (pp) Stormwater settling basins; (qq) Fire suppressi on and training; (rr) Paved roads and paved parking lots within an urban growth boundary; (ss) Hazardous air pollutant emissions in fugitive dust from pa ved and unpaved roads except for to the deposition and entrainment of s or activities that contribute those sources that have processe hazardous air pollutants from surface soils; (tt) Health, safety, and emerg ency response activities; imary equipment or utility (uu) Emergency generators and pumps used only during loss of pr he owner or operator, or to address the reasonable control of t service due to circumstances beyond the aggregate horsepower rating of all stationary emergency a power emergency, provided that PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 C-30 Item G 000326

254 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 31 Page of 101 f the aggregate horsepower not more than 3,000 horsepower. I generator and pump engines is y generator and pump engines is more than 3,000 horsepower, rating of all stationary emergenc then no emergency generators and pumps at the source may be considered categorically insignificant; nd leaks and safety and relief valves for boiler steam distribution (vv) Non-contact steam vents a systems; (ww) Non-contact steam c ondensate flash tanks; ondensate rece ivers, deaerator s and similar equipment; (xx) Non-contact steam vents on c (yy) Boiler blowdown tanks; (zz) Industrial cooling towers ater treatment chemicals; that do not use chromium-based w (aaa) Ash piles maintained in a wetted condition and associated handling systems and activities; ators in effluent treatment s ystems, excluding systems with a (bbb) Uncontrolled oil/water separ cated at the following sources: per year of effluent lo throughput of more than 400,000 gallons (A) Petroleum refineries; lubricating oils and greases oleum refining and re-refining of (B) Sources that perform petr stillation and the reprocessing of oils and/or solvents for fuels; including asphalt production by di or (C) Bulk gasoline plants, bulk gasoline terminals, and pipeline facilities; (ccc) Combustion source flam e safety purging on startup; (ddd) Broke beaters, pulp and re pulping tanks, stock chests and pulp handling equipment, excluding thickening equipment and repulpers; (eee) Stock cleaning and pressu rized pulp washing, excluding op en stock washing systems; and (fff) White water storage tanks. eans the responsible person or of ficial authorized by the owner or (24) "Certifying individual" m operator of a source who certifies the accuracy of the emission statement. ate or Indian reservation land (25) "Class I area" or “PSD Class I area” means any Federal, St which is classified or reclass ified as a Class I area under OAR 340-204-0050 and 340-204-0060. ass II area’ means any land whic (26) “Class II area” or “PSD Cl h is classified or reclassified as a Class II area under OAR 340-204-0050 and 340-204-0060. C-31 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000327

255 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 32 Page of 101 ich is reclassified as a Class III lass III area’ means any land wh (27) “Class III area” or “PSD C area under OAR 340-204-0060. t" means that the owner or opera (28) "Commence" or "commencemen tor has obtained all ther has: necessary preconstruction approvals required by the FCAA and ei (a) Begun, or caused to begin, a continuous program of actual on-site construction of the source to be completed in a reasonable time; or ts or contractual obligations, which cannot be canceled or (b) Entered into binding agreemen ss to the owner or operator, to undertake a program of construction modified without substantial lo ed in a reasonable time. of the source to be complet (29) "Commission" or "EQC" means Environmental Quality Commission. (30) "Constant process rate" means the average cess rate for the calendar year is not variation in pro rcent of the average process r ate. greater than plus or minus ten pe (31) "Construction": (a) Except as provided in subsection (b) means any physical cha nge including, but not limited to, fabrication, erection, installation, demolition, or modificatio n of a source or part of a source; (b) As used in OAR 340 division 224 means any physical change including, but not limited to, fabrication, erection, installation, demolition, or modificatio n of an emissions unit, or change in the method of operation of a sour ce which would result in a cha nge in actual emissions. (32) "Continuous compliance determination method" means a metho d, specified by the applicable standard or an applicable permit condition, which: (a) Is used to determine compliance with an emission limitation or standard on a continuous basis, consistent with the averaging pe riod established for the emission limitation or standard; and (b) Provides data either in units of the standard or correlated directly with the compliance limit. (33) "Continuous monitoring systems" means sampling and analysi s, in a timed sequence, using techniques which will adequately reflect actual emissions or co ncentrations on a continuing basis OAR 340-200-0035, and as specified in the DEQ Con tinuous Monitoring Manual, found in includes continuous emission monitoring systems, continuous opa city monitoring system (COMS) and continuous parameter monitoring systems. pment, other than inherent proc ess equipment that is used to (34) “Control device” means equi llutant prior to discharge to t destroy or remove a regulated po he atmosphere. The types of equipment that may commonly be us ed as control devices include, but are not limited to, fabric filters, mechanical collectors, electrostatic precipitators, in ertial separators, afterburners, thermal eds, condensers, scrubbers, such as orption devices, such as carbon b or catalytic incinerators, ads 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES C-32 Item G 000328

256 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 33 Page of 101 wet collection and gas absorption devices, selective catalytic or non-catalytic reduction systems, flue gas recirculation systems, s pray dryers, spray towers, mist eliminators, acid plants, sulfur ia, sorbent or limestone injection, ms, such as water, steam, ammon recovery plants, injection syste ing conducted at an emissions of the particular process be and combustion devices independent ocess emission streams to flares, ction of emissions ach ieved by venting pr unit, e.g., the destru purposes of OAR 340-212-0200 through 340-212-0280, a control boilers or process heaters. For event regulated pollutants from ontrol measures that act to pr device does not include passive c forming, such as the use of seals, lids, or roofs to prevent the release of regulated pollutants, use of ther process design features or ks, or the use of combustion or o low-polluting fuel or feedstoc requirement establishes that particular equipment which otherwise characteristics. If an applicable control device as applied to a l device does not constitute a meets this definition of a contro specific emissions unit, then that definition will particular regulated pollutant- be binding for purposes of OAR 340-212-0200 through 340-212-0280. removal efficiencies. s the product of the capture and (35) “Control efficiency” mean (36) "Criteria polluta nt" means any of the following regulated pollutants: nitrogen oxides, volatile organic compounds, particulate ide, carbon monoxide, and lead. matter, PM10, PM2.5, sulfur diox (37) "Data" means the results of any type of monitoring or meth od, including the results of instrumental or non-instrumental monitoring, emission calculations, manual sampling procedures, recordkeeping procedures, or any other form of information coll ection procedure used in connection with any typ e of monitoring or method. (38) “Day” means a 24-hour peri od beginning at 12:00 a.m. midnight or a 24-hour period as specified in a permit. (39) "De minimis emission level" means the level for the regula ted pollutants li sted below: (a) Greenhouse Gases (CO2e) = 2,756 tons per year. (b) CO = 1 ton per year. (c) NOx = 1 ton per year. (d) SO2 = 1 ton per year. (e) VOC = 1 ton per year. (f) PM = 1 ton per year. (g) PM10 (except Medford AQMA) = 1 ton per year. (h) PM10 (Medford AQMA) = 0.5 ton per year and 5.0 pounds/day. (i) Direct PM2.5 = 1 ton per year. C-33 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000329

257 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 34 Page of 101 (j) Lead = 0.1 ton per year. (k) Fluorides = 0.3 ton per year. (l) Sulfuric Acid Mis t = 0.7 ton per year. (m) Hydrogen Sulfide = 1 ton per year. (n) Total Reduced Sulfur (inc luding hydrogen sulfide) = 1 ton p er year. (o) Reduced Sulfur = 1 ton per year. 0000005 ton per year. (p) Municipal waste combustor organics (dioxin and furans) = 0. (q) Municipal waste combustor metals = 1 ton per year. (r) Municipal waste combustor acid gases = 1 ton per year. (s) Municipal solid waste landfill gases (measured as nonmethane organic compounds) = 1 ton per year (t) Single HAP = 1 ton per year egate) = 1 ton per year (u) Combined HAP (aggr (40) "Department" or “DEQ”: (a) Means Department of Environmental Quality; except (b) As used in OAR 340 division s 218 and 220 means Department o f Environmental Quality, or in the case of Lane County, LRAPA. (41) “DEQ method [#]” means the sampling method and protocols f or measuring a regulated pollutant as described in the DEQ Source Sampling Manual, found in OAR 340-200-0035. (42) “Designated area” means an area that has been designated a s an attainment, unclassified, sustainment, nonattainment, reatt ainment, or maintenance area u nder OAR 340 division 204 or applicable provisions of the FCAA. (43) “Destruction efficiency” means removal efficiency. (44) "Device" means any machine, equipment, raw material, produ ct, or byproduct at a source that produces or emits a regulated pollutant. of PM2.5. (45) "Direct PM2.5" has the m eaning provided in the definition 11/15/2018 C-34 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000330

258 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 35 Page of 101 ctor of DEQ or the Director's des ignee. (46) "Director" means the Dire ating Permit for which DEQ or (47) "Draft permit" means the version of an Oregon Title V Oper LRAPA offers public participation under OAR 340-218-0210 or the EPA and affected State review under 340-218-0230. means the amount of gas that would occupy a volume of one cubic (48) "Dry standard cubic foot" ombined water at standard conditions. foot, if the gas were free of unc A approves the Oregon Title V (49) "Effective date of the program" means the date that the EP basis. In case of a partial Operating Permit program submitted by DEQ on a full or interim of the program is the date of the of the program" for each portion approval, the "effective date EPA approval of that portion. asonably unforeseeable events ation arising from sudden and re (50) "Emergency" means any situ beyond the control of the owner or operator, including acts of God, which situation requires o restore normal operation, and th at causes the source to exceed a immediate corrective action t technology-based emission limitation under the permit, due to unavoidable increases in emissions attributable to the emergenc y. An emergency does not include noncompliance to the extent caused by improperly designed equipment, lack of preventative maintenance, careless or improper operation, or operator error. (51) "Emission" means a release into the atmosphere of any regulated pollutant or any air contaminant. (52) "Emission estimate adjustme nt factor" or "EEAF" means an adjustment applied to an emission factor to account for the relative inaccuracy of the e mission factor. (53) "Emission factor" means an estimate of the rate at which a regulated pollutant is released into the atmosphere, as the result of some activity, divided by the ity (e.g., production rate of that activ or process rate). (54) "Emission limitation" or "Em ission standard" or “Emission limitation or standard” means: (a) Except as provided in subsectio n (b), a requirement establi shed by a state, local government, or the EPA which limits the quantit y, rate, or concentration of em issions of regulated pollutants on a continuous basis, including any requirements which limit the le vel of opacity, prescribe equipment, set fuel specifica e operation or m aintenance procedures for a source to tions, or prescrib assure continuous emission reduction. (b) As used in OAR 340-212-0200 through 340-212-0280, any appli cable requirement that of performance or means of constitutes an emission limita tion, emission standard, standard emission limitation as defined under the FCAA. An emission limitation or standard may be expressed in terms of the pollutant, expressed either as a spec ific quantity, rate o r concentration of emissions, e.g., pounds of SO2 per hour, pounds of SO2 per million British thermal units of fuel ing solids, or input, kilograms of VOC per liter parts per million by volume of SO2, of applied coat PROPOSED RULES C-35 11/15/2018 Item G 000331

259 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 36 Page of 101 or as the relationship of uncontrolled to controlled emissions, e.g., percentage capture and n emission limitation or standard destruction efficiency of VOC or percentage reduction of SO2. A trol device parameter, or other form a work practice, process or con may also be expressed either as intenance requirement. For , operational, or operation and ma of specific design, equipment purposes of 340-212-0200 through 340-212-0280, an emission limitation or standard does not r may be required to meet, such as rements that an owner or operato include general operation requi requirements to obtain a permit , operate and maintain sources using good air pollution control malfunction abatement plan, k practices, develop and maintain a eep records, submit reports, or conduct monitoring. (55) "Emission Reduction credit banking" means to presently res erve, subject to requirements of ctions for use by the reserver or OAR 340 division 268, Emission Reducti on Credits, emission redu with air pollution reduction req uirements. assignee for future compliance (56) "Emission reporting form" m eans a paper or electronic form developed by DEQ that must be t calculated emissions, actu al emissions, or permitted completed by the permittee to repor emissions for interim emission fee assessment purposes. (57) "Emissions unit" means any part or activity of a source th at emits or has the potential to emit any regulated pollutant. (a) A part of a source is any machine, equipment, raw material, product, or byproduct that produces or emits regulated pollu ess, operation, action, or reaction, tants. An activity is any proc lutants. Except as described in e.g., chemical, at a stationary source that emits regulated pol subsection (d), parts and activ ities may be grouped for purposes of defining an emissions unit if the following conditions are met: (A) The group used to define th e emissions unit may not include discrete parts or activities to which a distinct emissions standa rd applies or for which different compliance demonstration requirements apply; and ssions unit are quantifiable. (B) The emissions from the emi regulated pollutant basis where d on a regulated pollutant by (b) Emissions units may be define applicable. (c) The term emissions unit is no t meant to alter or affect the definition of the term "unit" under Title IV of the FCAA. sions increases from an emissions (d) Parts and activities cannot be grouped for determining emis unit under OAR 340 divisions 210 and 224, or for determining th e applicability of any New Source Performance Standard. (58) "EPA" or "Administrator" means the Administrator of the Un ited States Environmental Protection Agency or the Administrator's designee. 11/15/2018 C-36 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000332

260 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 37 Page of 101 thod for Visual Determination o (59) "EPA Method 9" means the me f the Opacity of Emissions x A–4. ribed in 40 C.F.R. part 60, Appendi From Stationary Sources desc zing for a regulated pollutant (60) "Equivalent method" means any method of sampling and analy EQ's satisfaction to have a consistent and quantitatively known that has been demonstrated to D s. An equivalent method used to ce method, under specified condition relationship to the referen thod is specified must be meet an applicable federal require ment for which a reference me oval to DEQ. legated authority for the appr approved by EPA unless EPA has de (61) "Event" means excess emissions that arise from the same co ndition and occur during a single o subsequent calendar days. calendar day or continue int (62) "Exceedance" means a condition that is detected by monitor ing that provides data in terms of sions, or opacity, are greater than the an emission limitation or standard and that indicates that emis applicable emission limitation or standard, or less than the ap plicable standard in the case of a riod specified for averaging the percent reduction re quirement, consistent with any averaging pe results of the monitoring. (63) "Excess emissions" means em issions in excess of a permit or permit attachment limit, in in violation of any applicable air excess of a risk limit under OAR chapter 340, division 245, or quality rule. (64) "Excursion" means a depart blished for monitoring under OAR ure from an indicator range esta nd 340-218-0050(3)(a), consi stent with any averaging 340-212-0200 through 340-212-0280 a period specified for averaging the results of the monitoring. (65) "Federal Land Manager" mean s with respect to any lands in the United States, the Secretary of the federal department wit h authority over such lands. (66) "Federal Major Source" m eans any source listed in subsecti ons (a) or (d) below: (a) A source with potential to emit: (A) 100 tons per year or more of a tant, excluding greenhouse gases ny individual regulated pollu and hazardous air pollutants li sted in OAR 340 division 244 if in a source category listed in subsection (c), or ny individual regulated pollu (B) 250 tons per year or more of a tant, excluding greenhouse gases not in a source category listed in and hazardous air pollutants listed in OAR 340 division 244, if subsection (c). or purposes of subsections (a) and (d) (b) Calculations for determining a source’s potential to emit f must include the following: d (A) Fugitive emissions and insignificant activity emissions; an 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES C-37 Item G 000333

261 incorporated divisions, C: Attachment edits Other Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 38 Page of 101 (B) Increases or decreases due to a new or modified source. (c) Source categories: (A) Fossil fuel-fired steam el ectric plants of more than 250 million BTU/hour heat input; with thermal dryers; (B) Coal cleaning plants (C) Kraft pulp mills; (D) Portland cement plants; (E) Primary zinc smelters; l mill plants; (F) Iron and stee e reduction plants; (G) Primary aluminum or (H) Primary copper smelters; (I) Municipal incinerators capable of charging more than 50 ton s of refuse per day; acid plants; (J) Hydrofluoric (K) Sulfuric acid plants; (L) Nitric acid plants; (M) Petroleum refineries; (N) Lime plants; (O) Phosphate rock processing plants; (P) Coke oven batteries; (Q) Sulfur recovery plants; (R) Carbon black plants, furnace process; (S) Primary lead smelters; (T) Fuel conversion plants; (U) Sintering plants; C-38 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000334

262 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 39 Page of 101 (V) Secondary metal production plants; xcluding ethanol production facil ities that produce ethanol by (W) Chemical process plants, e natural fermentation included in NAICS codes 325193 or 312140; g more than 250 million BTU per hour (X) Fossil fuel fired boilers, or combinations thereof, totalin heat input; (Y) Petroleum storage and transfer units with a total storage capacity exceeding 300,000 barrels; (Z) Taconite ore processing plants; (AA) Glass fiber pr ocessing plants; (BB) Charcoal production plants. f the FCAA, including: (d) A major stationary source as defined in part D of Title I o o emit 100 tons per year or more of (A) For ozone nonattainment areas, sources with the potential t "moderate," 50 tons per year or VOCs or oxides of nitrogen in areas classified as "marginal" or d as "severe," and more in areas classified as "ser ious," 25 tons per year or more in areas classifie 10 tons per year or more in areas classified as "extreme"; except that the references in this es do not apply with respect to any paragraph to 100, 50, 25, and 10 tons per year of nitrogen oxid ction 182(f)(1) or (2) of the source for which the Administrator has made a finding, under se section 182(f) of the FCAA do not FCAA, that requirements under apply; f the FCAA, sources with the ons established under section 184 o (B) For ozone transport regi potential to emit 50 tons per year or more of VOCs; (C) For carbon monoxide nonattainm as "serious" and in which ent areas that are classified stationary sources contribute significantly to carbon monoxide levels as determined under rules issued by the Administrator, sour ces with the potential to emit 50 tons per year or more of carbon monoxide. (D) For PM10 nonattainment areas classified as "serious," sources with the potential to emit 70 tons per year or more of PM10. ating Permit issued by DEQ or (67) "Final permit" means the version of an Oregon Title V Oper ew procedures required by OAR LRAPA that has completed all revi 340-218-0120 through 340- 218-0240. lectronic form developed by DEQ. (68) "Form" means a paper or e eans equipment, other than internal combustion engines, the (69) “Fuel burning equipment” m principal purpose of which is ect heat transfer. to produce heat or power by indir 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES C-39 Item G 000335

263 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 40 Page of 101 (70) "Fugitive emissions": r contaminant which escape to the (a) Except as used in subsection (b), means emissions of any ai entifiable as a atmosphere from any point or ar ea that is not id stack, vent, duct, or equivalent opening. rogram source, means those (b) As used to define a major Oregon Title V Operating Permit p ney, vent, or other functionally emissions which could not reason ably pass through a stack, chim equivalent opening. (71) "General permit": ion (b), means an Oregon Air C (a) Except as provided in subsect ontaminant Discharge Permit established under OAR 340-216-0060; rating Permit established 8 means an Oregon Title V Ope (b) As used in OAR 340 division 21 under OAR 340-218-0090. (72) "Generic PSEL" means the l evels for the regulated pollutan ts listed below: (a) Greenhouse Gases (CO2e) = 74,000 tons per year (b) CO = 99 tons per year (c) NOx = 39 tons per year (d) SO2 = 39 tons per year (e) VOC = 39 tons per year (f) PM = 24 tons per year (g) PM10 (except Medford AQMA) = 14 tons per year (h) PM10 (Medford AQMA) = 4.5 tons per year and 49 pounds per day (i) PM2.5 = 9 tons per year (j) Lead = 0.5 tons per year (k) Fluorides = 2 tons per year t = 6 tons per year (l) Sulfuric Acid Mis (m) Hydrogen Sulfide = 9 tons per year PROPOSED RULES C-40 11/15/2018 Item G 000336

264 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 41 Page of 101 per year (n) Total Reduced Sulfur (incl uding hydrogen sulfide) = 9 tons (o) Reduced Sulfur = 9 tons per year 0000030 tons per year organics (Dioxin and furans) = 0. (p) Municipal waste combustor r metals = 14 tons per year (q) Municipal waste combusto (r) Municipal waste combustor acid gases = 39 tons per year (s) Municipal solid waste landfill gases (measured as nonmethane organic compounds) = 49 tons per year (t) Single HAP = 9 tons per year (u) Combined HAPs (aggregate) = 24 tons per year (73)(a) "Greenhouse gases" or "GHGs" means the aggregate group of the following six gases: carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide, met hane, hydrofluorocarbons, per fluorocarbons, and sulfur hexafluoride. Each gas is also i ndividually a greenhouse gas. gases in subsection (a) of thi s section does not include, for (b) The definition of greenhouse s from the combustion or purposes of division 216, 218, and 224, carbon dioxide emission al law. to the extent required by feder decomposition of biomass except (74) "Growth allowance" means an allocation of some part of an airshed's capacity to ces and modifications of sources. accommodate future proposed sour nel made from wood that has bee n reduced to basic wood fibers (75) "Hardboard" means a flat pa and bonded by adhesive properties under pressure. (76) “Hazardous Air Pollutant” or “HAP” means an air contaminan t listed by the EPA under section 112(b) of the FCAA or determined by the EQC to cause, or reasonably be anticipated to cause, adverse effects to human health or the environment. (77) "Immediately" means as s oon as possible but in no case mor e than one hour after a source knew or should have known of an excess emission period. (78) "Indian governing body" m eans the governing body of any tr ibe, band, or group of Indians by the United States as possessing subject to the jurisdiction of the United States and recognized power of self-government. ation established by Treaty, any federally recognized reserv (79) "Indian reservation" means Agreement, Executive Order, or Act of Congress. 11/15/2018 C-41 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000337

265 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 42 Page of 101 sary for the proper or safe (80) "Inherent process equipment" means equipment that is neces erial recovery equipment that the owner or operator documents is functioning of the process, or mat installed and operated primarily for purposes other than compliance with air pollution regulations. Equipment that must be operated at an efficiency higher than that achieved during normal process operations in order to comply with the applicable emission limitation or standard is not inherent purposes of OAR 340-212-0200 through 340-212-0280, inherent process equipment. For the process equipment is not considered a control device. tivity or emission tha t DEQ has designated as (81) "Insignificant activity" means an ac egate insignificant emissions. categorically insignificant, or t hat meets the criteria of aggr (82) "Insignificant change" means an off-permit change defined under OAR 340-218-0140(2)(a) to significant activity which: either a significant or an in o a significant activity; gnation from an i (a) Does not result in a re-desi nsignificant t (b) Does not invoke an applicable requirement not included in t he permit; and regulated pollutants not reg ulated by the source's permit. (c) Does not result in emission of (83) “Internal combustion engine” means stationary gas turbines and reciprocating internal combustion engines. er the due date. ee payment which is postmarked aft (84) "Late payment" means a f (85) "Liquefied petroleum gas" has the meaning given by the Ame rican Society for Testing and Materials in ASTM D1835-82, "Standard Specification for Liquid Petroleum Gases." (86) "Lowest Achievable Emission Rate" or "LAER" means that rat e of emissions which reflects: the most stringent emission limita e implementation plan of any state tion which is contained in th for such class or category of source, unless the owner or opera tor of the proposed source demonstrates that such limitati ons are not achievable; or the m ost stringent emission limitation which is achieved in practice by s uch class or category of sour ce, whichever is more stringent. The ed source to emit any air application of this term cannot permit a proposed new or modifi contaminant in excess of the amount allowable under applicable New Source Performance for hazardous air pollutants. Standards (NSPS) or standards ainment for a criteria pollutant (87) "Maintenance area" means any area that was formerly nonatt but has since met the ambient air quality standard, and EPA has approved a maintenance plan to r 40 C.F.R. 51.110. Maintenance a comply with the standards unde reas are designated by the EQC according to division 204. s a regulated pollutant for wh (88) "Maintenance pollutant" mean ich a maintenance area was formerly designated a nonattainment area. C-42 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000338

266 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 43 Page of 101 (89) "Major Modification" mean s any physical change or change in the method of operation of a source that results in satisfyi ng the requirements of OAR 340-2 24-0025. rce review process and (90) “Major New Source Review” or “Major NSR” means the new sou requirements under OAR 340- 224-0010 through 340-224-0070 and 34 0-224-0500 through 340- egulated pollutants emitted 224-0540 based on the location and r . (91) "Major source": ion (b) of this section, means a source that emits, or has the (a) Except as provided in subsect ir pollutant at a Significant Emission Rate. The fugitive emissions potential to emit, any regulated a and insignificant activity emissions of a stationary source are considered in determining whether it emission increases due to a new or is a major source. Potential to e mit calculations must include modified source and may include emission decreases. 210, Stationary Source Notifica (b) As used in OAR 340 division tion Requirements, OAR 340 division 218, Oregon Title V Ope rating Permits, OAR 340 division 220, Oregon Title V Operating ACDPs, and OAR 340 division 236, Emission Standards for Permit Fees, 340-216-0066, Standard f stationary sources that are located Specific Industries, means any stationary source or any group o on one or more contiguous or adjac ent properties and are under common control of the same ol belonging to a single major industrial grouping or person or persons under common contr paragraphs (A), (B), or (C). For the supporting the major industrial group and that is described in purposes of this subsection, a s tationary source or group of st ationary sources is considered part of a single industrial grouping if a ll of the regulated pollutant emitting activities at such source or group of sources on contiguous or adjacent properties belong to the same major group (i.e., all as described in the Standard Industrial Classification Manual (U.S. have the same two-digit code) ustrial group. Office of Management and Budget, 1987) or support the major ind (A) A major source of hazardous air pollutants, which means: (i) For hazardous air pollutants other than radionuclides, any stationary source or group of stationary sources located w ithin a contiguous area and under c ommon control that emits or has the potential to emit, in the a ggregate, 10 tons per year or mo re of any hazardous air pollutants that has been listed under OAR 340-244- e of any combination of such 0040; 25 tons per year or mor hazardous air pollutants, or such lesser quantity as the Administrator may establish by rule. Emissions from any oil or gas e xploration or production well, a long with its associated equipment, ompressor or pump station will and emissions from any pipeline c not be aggregated with emissions from other similar units, whether or not such units a re in a contiguous area or under major sources; or ether such units or stations are common control, to determine wh (ii) For radionuclides, "major source" will have the meaning sp ecified by the Administrator by rule. regulated pollutants, as defin (B) A major stationary source of ed in section 302 of the FCAA, that r more of any regulated pollutant, directly emits or has the potential to emit 100 tons per year o em ng any major source of fugitive except greenhouse gases, includi issions of any such regulated C-43 PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 Item G 000339

267 incorporated Other Attachment divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 44 Page of 101 pollutant. The fugitive emissions of a stationary source are no t considered in determining whether it is a major stationary source for the purposes of section 302 (j) of the FCAA, unless the source belongs to one of the following categories of stationary source s: (i) Coal cleaning plants (with thermal dryers); (ii) Kraft pulp mills; (iii) Portland cement plants; (iv) Primary zinc smelters; (v) Iron and steel mills; (vi) Primary aluminum or e reduction plants; (vii) Primary copper smelters; (viii) Municipal incinerators capable of charging more than 50 tons of refuse per day; (ix) Hydrofluoric, sulfuric, or nitric acid plants; (x) Petroleum refineries; (xi) Lime plants; (xii) Phosphate rock processing plants; (xiii) Coke oven batteries; (xiv) Sulfur recovery plants; (xv) Carbon black plants (furnace process); (xvi) Primary lead smelters; (xvii) Fuel conversion plants; (xviii) Sintering plants; (xix) Secondary metal production plants; lities that produce ethanol by (xx) Chemical process plants, excluding ethanol production faci natural fermentation included in NAICS codes 325193 or 312140; C-44 PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 Item G 000340

268 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 45 Page of 101 ombination thereof, totaling more than 250 million British thermal (xxi) Fossil-fuel boilers, or c units per hour heat input; e capacity exceeding 300,000 barrels; nsfer units with a total storag (xxii) Petroleum storage and tra processing plants; (xxiii) Taconite ore processing plants; (xxiv) Glass fiber oduction plants; (xxv) Charcoal pr (xxvi) Fossil-fuel-fired steam electric plants of more than 250 million British thermal units per hour heat input; or ce category, that as of August 7, 1980 is being regulated under (xxvii) Any other stationary sour section 111 or 112 of the FCAA. ary source of regulated (C) From July 1, 2011 through November 6, 2014, a major station pollutants, as defined by Section 302 of the FCAA, that directly emits or has the potential to emit use gases and directly emits or has the potential to emit 100 tons per year or more of greenho s. 100,000 tons per year or more CO2e, including fugitive emission procedure for determining emiss ions based on the difference in (92) "Material balance" means a ed and/or recovered from a the amount of material added to a process and the amount consum process. (93) "Modification," except as used in the terms "major modific ation" “permit modification” and in the method of operation of, a ny physical change to, or change “Title I modification,” means a results in an increase in the source or part of the source's potential to source or part of a source that n hourly basis. Modifications do not include the following: emit any regulated pollutant on a tion or production rates that do not involve a physical change or (a) Increases in hours of opera change in the method of operation; (b) Changes in the method of operation due to using an alternat ive fuel or raw material that the source or part of a source was physically capable of accommodat ing during the baseline period; and and like-for-like replacement of components unless they increase (c) Routine maintenance, repair ce or part of a source by using component upgrades that would not the expected life of the sour otherwise be necessary for the s ource or part of a source to fu nction. e basis to determine or otherwise (94) "Monitoring" means any form of collecting data on a routin assess compliance with emission limitations or standards. Monitoring may include record keeping if the records are used to determine or assess compliance with an emission limitation or standard such as records of r and usage, or records documenting compliance with work aw material content 11/15/2018 C-45 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000341

269 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 46 Page of 101 practice requirements. Monitoring may include conducting compli ance method tests, such as the .F.R. part 60, on a routine periodic basis. Requirements to procedures in appendix A to 40 C egulatory authority may require on a sis, or at such times as a r conduct such tests on a one-time ba or purposes of this definition. ered monitoring requirements f non-regular basis, are not consid Monitoring may include one or more than one of the following da ta collection techniques as appropriate for a partic ular circumstance: (a) Continuous emission or opacity monitoring systems. (b) Continuous process, capture system, control device or other relevant parameter monitoring ng a predictive emission monitoring system. systems or procedures, includi balance or stoichiometric culation procedures (e.g., mass (c) Emission estimation and cal calculations). ds of fuel or raw materials usage. (d) Maintaining and analyzing recor (e) Recording results of a progr am or protocol to conduct specific operation and maintenance procedures. (f) Verifying emissions, process parameters, capture system parameters, or control device parameters using portable or in s itu measurement devices. (g) Visible emission obser vations and recording. ing, recording, or verifying on a r (h) Any other form of measur outine basis emissions, process parameters, capture system parameters, control device parameter s or other factors relevant to assessing compliance with emission limitations or standards. carbon and nonhydrocarbon gases (95) "Natural gas" means a naturally occurring mixture of hydro found in geologic formations beneath the earth's surface, of wh ich the principal component is methane. (96) "Netting basis" means an emission rate determined as specified in OAR 340-222-0046. (97) "Nitrogen oxides" or "NOx" means all oxides of nitrogen ex cept nitrous oxide. (98) "Nonattainment area" means a geographical area of the stat e, as designated by the EQC or the ient air quality standard. EPA, that exceeds any state or federal primary or secondary amb Nonattainment areas are designa ted by the EQC according to divi sion 204. (99) "Nonattainment pollutant" means a regulated pollutant for which an area is designated a nt areas are designated by the EQC according to division 204. nonattainment area. Nonattainme (100) "Normal source operation" means operation that does not i nclude such conditions as forced alfunction, or highly abnormal ma fuel substitution, equipment m rket conditions. C-46 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000342

270 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 47 Page of 101 ects the sense of smell. (101) "Odor" means that propert y of an air contaminant that aff n that is required before allowing nt or greater emission reductio (102) "Offset" means an equivale that is subject to Major NSR or State NSR. an emission increase from a source (103) "Opacity" means the degr ee to which emi ssions, excluding uncombined water, reduce the re the view of an object in the background as measured by EPA transmission of light and obscu Method 9 or other method, as specified in each applicable rule. (104) "Oregon Title V operating permit" or “Title V permit” means written authorization issued, renewed, amended, or revised under OAR 340 division 218. (105) "Oregon Title V operating permit program" or “Title V program” means the Oregon program described in OAR 340 division 218 and approved by the Administrator under 40 C.F.R. part 70. (106) "Oregon Title V operating permit program source" or “Titl e V source” means any source subject to the permitting requirements, OAR 340 division 218. nitrogen oxides and volatile orga nic compounds. (107) "Ozone precursor" means which ozone exceedances e contiguous 3 month period during (108) "Ozone season" means th typically occur, i.e., J une, July, and August. wood particles bonded together (109) "Particleboard" means matformed flat panels consisting of ther suitable binder. with synthetic resin or o all finely divided solid or liquid material, other than uncombined (110) "Particulate matter" means d specified in each applicable rule, water, emitted to the ambient air as measured by the test metho or where not specified by rule, in the permit. (111) "Permit" means an Air Contam inant Discharge Permit or an Oregon Title V Operating Permit, permit attachment and any amendments or modifications t hereof. (112) "Permit modification" means a permit revision that meets the applicable requirements of OAR 340 division 216, OAR 340 division 224, or OAR 340-218-0160 through 340-218-0180. ny permit modification or administrative permit amendment. (113) "Permit revision" means a (114) "Permitted emissions" as used in OAR 340 division 220 mea ns each regulated pollutant d in an ACDP, Oregon Title V O portion of the PSEL, as identifie perating Permit, review report, or by DEQ under OAR 340-220-0090. (115) "Permittee" means the owner or operator of a source, auth orized to emit regulated pollutants V Operating Permit. under an ACDP or Oregon Title C-47 PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 Item G 000343

271 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 48 Page of 101 (116) "Person" means individuals , corporations, associations, f irms, partnerships, joint stock sions, the State of Oregon and any rporations, political subdivi companies, public and municipal co hereof. al government and any agencies t agencies thereof, and the feder or "PSEL" means the total mass emissions per unit time of an (117) "Plant Site Emission Limit" n a permit for a source. The PSEL for a major source may individual regulate d pollutant specified i itted emission for purposes of Ore gon Title V Operating Permit Fees consist of more than one perm in OAR 340 division 220. mber of thin sheets of veneers of (118) “Plywood" means a flat panel built generally of an odd nu wood in which the grain direction of each ply or layer is at ri ght angles to the one adjacent to it. (119) "PM10": (a) When used in the context of emissions, means finely divided solid or liquid material, including han uncombined water, with an aerodynamic diameter less than or condensable particulate, other t s measured by the test method equal to a nominal 10 micrometers, emitted to the ambient air a specified in each applicable rul e or, where not specified by ru le, in each individual permit; rborne finely divided solid or ambient concentration, means ai (b) When used in the context of liquid material with an aerodynami to a nominal 10 micrometers as c diameter less than or equal measured under 40 C.F.R. part 50, Appendix J or an equivalent method designated under 40 C.F.R. part 53. (120) "PM2.5": direct PM2.5 emissions, means f inely divided solid or liquid (a) When used in the context of particulate, other than uncombi ned water, with an aerodynamic material, including condensable diameter less than or equal to a nominal 2.5 micrometers, emitt ed to the ambient air as measured by the test method specified in eac h applicable rule or, where not specified by rule, in each individual permit. (b) When used in the context of PM2.5 precursor emissions, mean s sulfur dioxide (SO2) and the test method specified in each nitrogen oxides (NOx) emitted to the ambient air as measured by applicable rule or, where not specified by rule, in each indivi dual permit. (c) When used in the context of rborne finely divided solid or ambient concentration, means ai to a nominal 2.5 micrometers as c diameter less than or equal liquid material with an aerodynami method designated under 40 measured under 40 C.F.R. part 50, Appendix L, or an equivalent C.F.R. part 53. (121) "PM2.5 fraction" means th to PM10 for each emissions unit e fraction of PM2.5 in relation that is included in the netting basis and PSEL. (122) "Pollutant-specific emissions unit" means an emissions unit considered separately with respect to each regulated pollutant. PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 C-48 Item G 000344

272 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 49 Page of 101 (123) “Portable” means designed and capable of being carried or moved from one location to another. Indicia of portability include, but are not limited to , wheels, skids, carrying handles, dolly, trailer, or platform. "PTE" means the lesser of: (124) "Potential to emit" or source; or ty of a stationary (a) The regulated pollutant emissions capaci (b) The maximum allowable regul into consideration any physical ated pollutant emissions taking restrictions on hours of operation or ding use of control devices and or operational limitation, inclu on the type or amount of material combusted, stored, or process ed, if the limitation is enforceable by the Administrator. rm for any other purposes under the (c) This definition does not alter or affect the use of this te CAA and the regulations " as used in Title IV of the F FCAA or the term "capacity factor promulgated thereunder. Secondary emissions are not considered in determining the potential to emit. specified in the a pplicable rule or (125) "ppm" means parts per million by volume unless otherwise an individual permit. It is a dime nsionless unit of measurement for gases that expre sses the ratio of ple mixture of gases. the volume of the entire sam the volume of one component gas to (126) "Predictive emission monito ring system” or “PEMS" means a system that uses process and other parameters as inputs to a c omputer program or other data reduction system to produce values in terms of the applicable e mission limitation or standard. (127) "Press/cooling vent" m eans any opening through which particulate and gaseous emissions from plywood, particleboard, or ha rdboard manufacturing are exhausted, either by natural draft or powered fan, from the buildi ng housing the process. Such openin gs are generally located immediately above the board pres s, board unloader, or board coo ling area. (128) "Process upset" means a failure or malfunction of a produ ction process or system to operate in a normal and usual manner. e version of an Oregon Title V (129) "Proposed permit" means th Operating Permit that DEQ or s to the Administrator for r eview in compliance with OAR LRAPA proposes to issue and forward 340-218-0230. (130) “Reattainment area” means onattainment and has three an area that is designated as n consecutive years of monitoring data that shows the area is mee ting the ambient air quality ignated a nonattainment area, but a standard for the regulated pollutant for which the area was des ment areas are designated by the not yet been approved. Reattain formal redesignation by EPA has EQC according to division 204. which an area is designated a (131) “Reattainment pollutant” means a regulated pollutant for reattainment area. 11/15/2018 C-49 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000345

273 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 50 Page of 101 zing for a regulated pollutant (132) "Reference method" means any method of sampling and analy as specified in 40 C.F.R. part 52, 60, 61 or 63. cy. ne Regional Air Protection Agen (133) "Regional agency" means La t" or "Regulated pollutant": (134) "Regulated air pollutan (a) Except as provided in subsect ions (b), (c) and (d), means: (A) Nitrogen oxides or any VOCs; (B) Any pollutant for which an ambient air quality standard has been promulgated, including any precursors to such pollutants; nder section 111 of the FCAA; to any standard promulgated u (C) Any pollutant that is subject subject to a standard promulgat ed under or established by Title VI (D) Any Class I or II substance of the FCAA; r OAR 340-244-0040 or 40 C.F.R. 68 .130; (E) Any pollutant listed unde (F) Greenhouse gases; and (G) Toxic Air Contaminants. ermit Fees, regulated pollutant 220, Oregon Title V Operating P (b) As used in OAR 340 division nitrogen and sulfur dioxide. atile organic compounds, oxides of means particulate matter, vol 22, Plant Site Emission Limits and division 224, New Source (c) As used in OAR 340 division 2 Review, regulated pollutant does ed in OAR 340 divisions 244 and not include any pollutant list 246. (d) As used in OAR 340 division 202 Ambient Air Quality Standards And PSD Increments through division 210 Stationary Source Notification Requirements; division 215 Greenhouse Reporting Requirements; divisi on 222 Stationary Source Plant Si te Emission Limits through ; and division 248 Asbestos division 244 Oregon Federal Hazardous Air Pollutant Program egulated pollutant means only Requirements through division 268 Emission Reduction Credits; r . the air contaminants listed under paragraphs (a)(A) through (F) (135) “Removal efficiency” means the performance of an air pollution control device in terms of the airstream to the total amount of the ratio of the amount of the regulated pollutant removed from e. he air pollution control devic regulated pollutant that enters t (136) "Renewal" means the process by which a permit is reissued at the end of its term. (137) "Responsible official" m eans one of the following: C-50 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000346

274 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 51 Page of 101 reasurer, or vi (a) For a corporation: a president, secretary, t ce-president of the corporation in o performs similar policy or ss function, or any other person wh charge of a principal busine he corporation, or a duly authorized representative of such person decision-making functions for t if the representative is respons of one or more manufacturing, ible for the overall operation or or subject to a permit and either: production, or operating facilities applying f than 250 persons or have gross a nnual sales or expenditures (A) The facilities employ more exceeding $25 million (in second quarter 1980 dollars); or (B) The delegation of authority t o such representative is approved in advance by DEQ or LRAPA. oprietorship: a general partner , respectively; (b) For a partnership or sole pr or the proprietor (c) For a municipality, State, F either a principal executive officer or ederal, or other public agency: e purposes of this division, a principal executive officer of a Federal ranking elected official. For th agency includes the chief execu tive officer having responsibility for the overall operations of a principal geographic unit of EPA (e.g., a Regional Administrato r of the EPA); or (d) For affected sources: e in so far as actions, standar (A) The designated representativ ds, requirements, or prohibitions under Title IV of the FCAA or the regulations promulgated there under are concerned; and the Oregon Title V Operating (B) The designated representativ e for any other purposes under Permit program. (138) "Secondary emissions" means emissions that are a result o f the construction and/or operation of a source or modification, but that do not come from the sour ce itself. Secondary emissions must be specific, well defined, quan tifiable, and impact the same ge neral area as the source associated with the secondary emissions. Seco ndary emissions may include, but are not limited to: (a) Emissions from ships and tra ins coming to or from a facilit y; (b) Emissions from off-site s that would be co nstructed or would otherwise upport facilities of the construction or modificat increase emissions as a result ion of a source. (139) "Section 111" means sect ion 111 of the FCAA, 42 U.S.C. § 7411, which includes Standards of Performance for New Stationary Sources (NSPS). (140) "Section 111(d)" means subsection 111(d) of the FCAA, 42 U.S.C. § 7411(d), which PA plans that establish stand ards of performance for existing requires states to submit to the E rds. sources and provides for implementing and enforcing such standa ion 112 of the FCAA, 42 U.S.C. § 7412, which contains (141) "Section 112" means sect regulations for Hazardous Air Pollutants. C-51 PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 Item G 000347

275 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 52 Page of 101 (142) "Section 112(b)" means subsection 112(b) of the FCAA, 42 U.S.C. § 7412(b), which includes the list of hazardous air pollutants to be regulated. (143) "Section 112(d)" means subsection 112(d) of the FCAA, 42 U.S.C. § 7412(d), which directs s air pollutants. T the EPA to establish emission standards for sources of hazardou his section also e emission standards. d by the EPA when establishing th defines the criteria to be use ubsection 112(e) of the FCAA, 42 U.S.C. § 7412(e), which directs (144) "Section 112(e)" means s egories and subcategories of the EPA to establish and promulgate emissions standards for cat sources that emit hazardous air pollutants. A, 42 U.S.C. § 7412(r)(7), which (145) "Section 112(r)(7)" means subsection 112(r)(7) of the FCA f accidental releases and requires egulations for the prevention o requires the EPA to promulgate r re risk management plans. owners or operators to prepa (146) "Section 114(a)(3)" means A, 42 U.S.C. § 7414(a)(3), subsection 114(a)(3) of the FCA certifications for major which requires enhanced monitoring and submission of compliance sources. (147) "Section 129" means sect ion 129 of the FCAA, 42 U.S.C. § 7429, which requires the EPA to aste incineration units. establish emission standards and other requirements for solid w (148) "Section 129(e)" means s ubsection 129(e) of the FCAA, 42 U.S.C. § 7429(e), which requires solid waste incineration units to obtain Oregon Title V Operati ng Permits. (149) "Section 182(f)" means subsection 182(f) of the FCAA, 42 U.S.C. § 7511a(f), which ovisions in the SIP for NOx i n ozone nonattainment areas. requires states to include plan pr A, 42 U.S.C. § 7511a(f)(1), (150) "Section 182(f)(1)" means subsection 182(f)(1) of the FCA which requires states to apply those plan provisions developed for major VOC sources and major NOx sources in ozone nona ttainment areas. (151) "Section 183(e)" means s ubsection 183(e) of the FCAA, 42 U.S.C. § 7511b(e), which requires the EPA to study and deve lop regulations for the contr ol of certain VOC sources under federal ozone measures. (152) "Section 183(f)" means subsection 183(f) of the FCAA, 42 U.S.C. § 7511b(f), which requires the EPA to develop reg ulations pertaining to tank vess els under federal ozone measures. 7511c, which contains (153) "Section 184" means sect ion 184 of the FCAA, 42 U.S.C. § regulations for the control of i nterstate ozone air pollution. ion 302 of the FCAA, 42 U.S.C. § (154) "Section 302" means sect 7602, which contains definitions for general and administra tive purposes in the FCAA. PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 C-52 Item G 000348

276 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 53 Page of 101 (155) "Section 302(j)" means subsection 302(j) of the FCAA, 42 U.S.C. § 7602(j), which contains definitions of "major stationary source" and "major emitting fa cility." (156) "Section 328" means sect 7627, which contains ion 328 of the FCAA, 42 U.S.C. § regulations for air po llution from outer continental shelf acti vities. ubsection 408(a) of the FCAA, 42 U.S.C. § 7651g(a), which (157) "Section 408(a)" means s contains regulations for the Title IV permit program. nes an express permit term but (158) "Section 502(b)(10) change" means a change which contrave is not a change that: able requirements; (a) Would violate applic ditions that are monitoring, (b) Would contravene federally enforceable permit terms and con liance certific ation requirements; or recordkeeping, reporting, or comp (c) Is a FCAA Title I modification. (159) "Section 504(b)" means subsection 504(b) of the FCAA, 42 U.S.C. § 7661c(b), which states etermining compliance and for that the EPA can prescribe by rule procedures and methods for d monitoring. ubsection 504(e) of the FCAA, 42 U.S.C. § 761c(e), which (160) "Section 504(e)" means s contains regulations for perm it requirements for temporary sources. (161) "Significant emission rate" or "SER," except as provided in subsections (v) and (w), means an emission rate equal to or greate r than the rates specified f or the regulated pollutants below: (a) Greenhouse gases (CO2e) = 75,000 tons per year (b) Carbon monoxide = 100 tons per y attainment area = 50 tons per ear except in a serious non year, provided DEQ has determine ibute significantly to carbon d that stationary sources contr monoxide levels in that area. (c) Nitrogen oxides (NOX) = 40 tons per year. (d) Particulate matter = 25 tons per year. (e) PM10 = 15 tons per year. (f) Direct PM2.5 = 10 tons per year. (g) PM2.5 precursors (SO2 or NOx) = 40 tons per year. 2) = 40 tons per year. (h) Sulfur dioxide (SO C-53 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000349

277 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 54 Page of 101 NOx) = 40 tons per year except: (i) Ozone precursors (VOC or er year. (I) In a serious or severe ozone nonattainment area = 25 tons p rease. (II) In an extreme ozone nonattainment area = any emissions inc (j) Lead = 0.6 tons per year. (k) Fluorides = 3 tons per year. (l) Sulfuric acid mist = 7 tons per year. (m) Hydrogen sulfide = 10 tons per year. (n) Total reduced sulfur (inc luding hydrogen sulfide) = 10 tons per year. cluding hydrogen sulfide) = 10 tons per year. (o) Reduced sulfur compounds (in (p) Municipal waste combustor organics (measured as total tetra- through octa- chlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins and dibenzof urans) = 0.0000035 tons per year. tals (measured as particulate m (q) Municipal waste combustor me atter) = 15 tons per year. oxide and hydrogen chloride) = 40 (r) Municipal waste combustor acid gases (measured as sulfur di tons per year. (s) Municipal solid waste landfill emissions (measured as nonmethane organic compounds) = 50 tons per year. n aggregate = 100 tons per year (t) Ozone depleting substances i . Quality Maintenance Area, the SER for PM10 is defined as 5 (u) For the Medford-Ashland Air sis and 50.0 pounds per day on a daily basis. tons per year on an annual ba (v) For regulated pollutants not l isted in subsections (a) thro ugh (u), the SER is zero unless DEQ determines the rate that constitutes a SER. (w) Any new source or modificatio n with an emissions increase l ess than the rates specified above would have an impact on such area and that is located within 10 kilo meters of a Class I area, and at a SER. This subsection does not 3 (24 hour average) is emitting equal to or greater than 1 ug/m apply to greenhouse gas emissions. ity concentration equal to or (162) "Significant impact" means an additional ambient air qual pact level. For sources of VOC o greater than the significant im r NOx, a source has a significant impact if it is located within the ozone impact distance define d in OAR 340 division 224. C-54 PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 Item G 000350

278 incorporated C: Other divisions, edits Attachment Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 55 Page of 101 quality concentrations listed (163) “Significant impact level” or “SIL” means the ambient air omparison against the ambient air below. The threshold concentratio ns listed below are used for c quality standards and PSD increments established under OAR 340 division 202, but do not apply ed values, incl . uding visibility for protecting air quality relat (a) For Class I areas: (A) PM2.5: (i) Annual = 0.06 μg/m3. (ii) 24-hour = 0.07 μg/m3. (B) PM10: (i) Annual = 0.20 μg/m3. (ii) 24-hour = 0.30 μg/m3. (C) Sulfur dioxide: (i) Annual = 0.10 μg/m3. (ii) 24-hour = 0.20 μg/m3. (iii) 3-hour = 1.0 μg/m3. (D) Nitrogen dioxide: a nnual = 0.10 μg/m3. (b) For Class II areas: (A) PM2.5: (i) Annual = 0.3 μg/m3. (ii) 24-hour = 1.2 μg/m3. (B) PM10: (i) Annual = 0.20 μg/m3. (ii) 24-hour = 1.0 μg/m3. (C) Sulfur dioxide: (i) Annual = 1.0 μg/m3. PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 C-55 Item G 000351

279 C: edits divisions, Other incorporated Attachment Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 56 Page of 101 (ii) 24-hour = 5.0 μg/m3. (iii) 3-hour =25.0 μg/m3. (iv) 1-hour = 8.0 μg/m3. (D) Nitrogen dioxide: (i) Annual =1.0 μg/m3. (ii) 1-hour = 8.0 μg/m3. (E) Carbon monoxide: (i) 8-hour = 0.5 mg/m3. (ii) 1-hour = 2.0 mg/m3. (c) For Class III areas: (A) PM2.5: (i) Annual = 0.3 μg/m3. (ii) 24-hour = 1.2 μg/m3. (B) PM10: (i) Annual = 0.20 μg/m3. (ii) 24-hour = 1.0 μg/m3. (C) Sulfur dioxide: (i) Annual = 1.0 μg/m3. (ii) 24-hour = 5.0 μg/m3. (iii) 3-hour = 25.0 μg/m3. annual = 1.0 μg/m3 (D) Nitrogen dioxide: (E) Carbon monoxide: (i) 8-hour = 0.5 mg/m3. C-56 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000352

280 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 57 Page of 101 (ii) 1-hour = 2.0 mg/m3. visibility impairment interferes (164) "Significant impairment" occurs when DEQ determines that the visual experience within a reservation, or enjoyment of with the management, protection, p e basis after considering the Class I area. DEQ will make this determination on a case-by-cas Land Manager and the geographic extent, intensity, duration, recommendations of the Federal l be considered along with visitor mpairment. These factors wil frequency, and time of visibility i use of the Class I areas, and the atural conditions that reduce frequency and occurrence of n visibility. (165) "Small scale loca l energy project" means: s of mechanisms located primarily in Oregon that directly or (a) A system, mechanism or serie , renewable resources including, but use of, by the owner or operator indirectly uses or enables the not limited to, solar, wind, geothermal, biomass, waste heat or water resources to produce energy, including heat, electricity and s ubstitute fuels, to meet a local community or regional energy need in this state; (b) A system, mechanism or serie s of mechanisms located primari ly in Oregon or providing substantial benefits to Oregon tha t directly or indirectly cons erves energy or enables the r or operator, including ener conservation of energy by the owne gy used in transportation; (c) A recycling project; (d) An alternative fuel project; (e) An improvement that increases the production or efficiency, or extends the operating life, of a scribed in this section of this system, mechanism, series of mechanisms or project otherwise de o restarting a dormant project ; rule, including but not limited t s of mechanisms installed in a facility or portions of a facility that (f) A system, mechanism or serie directly or indirec tly reduces the amount of energy needed for the construction and operation of the facility and that meets the sustainable building practices standard established by the State Department of Energy by rule; or ot the existing project was originally (g) A project described in subsect ions (a) to (f), whether or n with any refinancing necessary to remove prior liens or financed under ORS 470, together encumbrances against the existing project. (h) A project described in subsections (a) to (g) that conserve s energy or produces energy by ce. generation or by processing or coll ection of a renewable resour (166) "Source" means any building, structure, facility, installation or combination thereof that emits or is capable of emitting air contaminants to the atmosph ere, is located on one or more ies and is owned or operated by t contiguous or adjacent propert he same person or by persons udes all air contaminant emitting activities that belong to a under common control. The term incl 11/15/2018 C-57 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000353

281 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 58 Page of 101 it code, as described in the Standard single major industrial group, i.e., that have the same two-dig , U.S. Office of Management and Industrial Classification Manual Budget, 1987, or that support the major industrial group. (167) "Source category": (a) Except as provided in subsectio n (b), means all the regulated pollutant emitting activities that e two-digit code, as described in the belong to the same industrial grouping, i.e., that have the sam ement and Budget, 1987. ion Manual, U.S. Office of Manag Standard Industrial Classificat (b) As used in OAR 340 division 220, Oregon Title V Operating P ermit Fees, means a group of ls and have equivalent process major sources that DEQ determines are using similar raw materia controls and pollution control device. (168) "Source test" means the aver age of at least three test ru ns conducted under the DEQ Source Sampling Manual found in 340-200-0035. s a temperature of 68° Fahrenhe it (20° Celsius) and a pressure of (169) "Standard conditions" mean 14.7 pounds per square inch absolute (1.03 Kilograms per square centimeter). (170) "Startup" and "shutdown" m eans that time during which a s ource or control device is normal operation is terminated brought into normal operation or , respectively. (171) "State Implementation Plan" or "SIP" means the State of O regon Clean Air Act Implementation Plan as adopted by the EQC under OAR 340-200-004 0 and approved by EPA. or “State NSR” means the new source review process and (172) “State New Source Review” requirements under OAR 340-224-0010 through 340-224-0038, 340-224-0245 through 340-224- 0270 and 340-224-0500 through 340-224-0540 based on the locatio n and regulated pollutants emitted. (173) "Stationary source" mean s any building, structure, facili ty, or installation at a source that emits or may emit any regulate d pollutant. Stationary source in cludes portable sources that are required to have permits under OAR 340 division 216. (174) "Substantial underpayment sser of 10 percent " means the le of the total interim emission fee for the major source or five hundred dollars. for which DEQ has ambient air (175) “Sustainment area” means a geographical area of the state d area could become a s an attainment or unclassifie quality monitoring data that show l redesignation by EPA has not yet been approved. The nonattainment area but a forma presumptive geographic boundary of a sustainment area is the applicable urban growth boundary as last approved by the EQC, u in effect on the date this rule w nless superseded by rule. Sustainment areas are designated by the EQC according to division 204. C-58 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000354

282 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 59 Page of 101 hich an area is designated a (176) “Sustainment pollutant” m eans a regulated pollutant for w sustainment area. eans a source that would be classified as a major source under (177) "Synthetic minor source" m ated pollutants contained in an OAR 340-200-0020, but for limits on its potential to emit regul ACDP or Oregon Title V permit issued by DEQ. ations under Title I of the FCAA: (178) "Title I modification" means one of the following modific (a) A major modification subject to OAR 340-224-0050, Requireme nts for Sources in Nonattainment Areas or OAR 340-2 24-0055, Requirements for Sources in Reattainment Areas; nts for Sources in (b) A major modification subject to OAR 340-224-0060, Requireme Maintenance Areas; n of Significant Deterioration (c) A major modification subject to OAR 340-224-0070, Preventio Requirements for Sources in Atta inment or Unclassified Areas or 340-224-0045 Requirements for Sources in Sustainment Areas; (d) A modification that is subject to a New Source Performance Standard under Section 111 of the FCAA; or, (e) A modification under Section 112 of the FCAA. (179) "Total reduced sulfur" or "TRS" means the sum of the sulfur compounds hydrogen sulfide, other organic sulfides present de, dimethyl disulfide, and any methyl mercaptan, dimethyl sulfi expressed as hydrogen sulfide (H2S). een determined by the EQC to eans an air pollutant that has b (180) “Toxic air contaminant” m ed to cause, adverse effects to human health and is listed in OAR cause, or reasonably be anticipat 340-245-8020 Table 2. (181) “Type A State NSR” means State NSR as specified in OAR 34 0-224-0010(2)(a). (182) “Type B State NSR” means State NSR that is not Type A Sta te NSR. (183) "Typically Achievable Cont rol Technology" or "TACT" means the emission limit om a particular emissions unit under sis for a criteria pollutant fr established on a case-by-case ba OAR 340-226-0130. (184) "Unassigned emissions" means the amount of emissions that are in excess of the PSEL but less than the netting basis. are not caused entirely or in part (185) "Unavoidable" or "could not be avoided" means events that dition in either process or control r any other preventable con by design, operation, maintenance, o device. PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 C-59 Item G 000355

283 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 60 Page of 101 (186) “Unclassified area” or “attainment area” means an area th at has not otherwise been with ambient air quality sta designated by EPA as nonattainment ndards for a particular regulated eferred to as sustainment or unclassified areas may also be r pollutant. Attainment areas or maintenance areas as designated in OAR 340 division 204. Any particular location may be part of tant while also being in a different an attainment area or unclassifi ed area for one regulated pollu type of designated area for a nother regulated pollutant. s any failure or malfunction o (187) "Upset" or "Breakdown" mean f any pollution control device or operating equipment that may cause excess emissions. 1/4 inch in thickness formed by flat panel of wood not exceeding (188) "Veneer" means a single slicing or peeling from a log. ent in which veneer is dried. (189) "Veneer dryer" means equipm nge in visual range, contrast or (190) "Visibility impairment" means any humanly perceptible cha ed under natural conditions. Natural conditions include fog, coloration from that which exist , and natural aerosols. nd, naturally ignited wildfires clouds, windblown dust, rain, sa (191) "Volatile organic com of carbon, excluding carbon pounds" or "VOC" means any compound monoxide, carbon dioxide, carbonic acid, metallic carbides or c arbonates, and ammonium carbonate, that participates in at mospheric photochemical react ions. (a) This includes any such organic compound other than the foll owing, which have been determined to have negligible photochemical reactivity: (A) Methane; (B) Ethane; (C) Methylene chloride (dichloromethane); (D) 1,1,1-trichloroethane (methyl chloroform); uoroethane (CFC-113); (E) 1,1,2-trichloro-1,2,2-trifl (F) Trichlorofluoromethane (CFC-11); (G) Dichlorodifluoromethane (CFC-12); (H) Chlorodifluoromethane (HCFC-22); (I) Trifluoromethane (HFC-23); (J) 1,2-dichloro 1,1,2,2-tetraflu oroethane (CFC-114); C-60 PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 Item G 000356

284 incorporated C: Other divisions, edits Attachment Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 61 Page of 101 (K) Chloropentafluoroethane (CFC-115); roethane (HCFC-123); (L) 1,1,1-trifluoro 2,2-dichlo (M) 1,1,1,2-tetrafluoroethane (HFC-134a); oethane (HCFC-141b); (N) 1,1-dichloro 1-fluor (O) 1-chloro 1,1-difluor oethane (HCFC-142b); tetrafluoroethan e (HCFC-124); (P) 2-chloro-1,1,1,2- (Q) Pentafluoroethane (HFC-125); (R) 1,1,2,2-tetrafluoroethane (HFC-134); (S) 1,1,1-trifluoroethane (HFC-143a); (T) 1,1-difluoroethane (HFC-152a); (U) Parachlorobenzotrifluoride (PCBTF); ; (V) Cyclic, branched, or linear completely methylated siloxanes (W) Acetone; etrachloroethylene); (X) Perchloroethylene (t luoropropane (HCFC-225ca); (Y) 3,3-dichloro-1,1,1,2,2-pentaf (Z) 1,3-dichloro-1,1,2,2,3-pentafluoropropane (HCFC-225cb); (AA) 1,1,1,2,3,4,4,5,5,5-decafluoropentane (HFC 43-10mee); (BB) Difluoromethane (HFC-32); (CC) Ethylfluoride (HFC-161); (DD) 1,1,1,3,3,3-hexafluoropr opane (HFC-236fa); (EE) 1,1,2,2,3-pentafluoropropane (HFC-245ca); (FF) 1,1,2,3,3-pentafluoropropane (HFC-245ea); (GG) 1,1,1,2,3-pentafluoropr opane (HFC-245eb); PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 C-61 Item G 000357

285 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 62 Page of 101 (HH) 1,1,1,3,3-pentafluoropropane (HFC-245fa); (II) 1,1,1,2,3,3-hexafluoropropane (HFC-236ea); (JJ) 1,1,1,3,3-pentafluorobutane (HFC-365mfc); (KK) chlorofluoromethane (HCFC-31); thane (HCFC-151a); (LL) 1 chloro-1-fluoroe (MM) 1,2-dichloro-1,1,2-trifl uoroethane (HCFC-123a); or HFE-7100); (NN) 1,1,1,2,2,3,3,4,4-nonafluoro-4-methoxy-butane (C4 F9 OCH3 (OO) 2-(difluoromethoxymethyl)-1,1,1,2,3,3,3-heptafluoropropane ((CF3 )2 CFCF2 OCH3); (PP) 1-ethoxy-1,1,2,2,3,3,4,4,4-nonafluorobutane (C4 F9 OC2 H5 or HFE-7200); ((CF3 )2 CFCF2 OC2 H5); )-1,1,1,2,3,3,3-heptafluoropropane (QQ) 2-(ethoxydifluoromethyl (RR) Methyl acetate; FE-7000); hoxy-propane (n-C3F7OCH3, H (SS) 1,1,1,2,2,3,3-heptafluoro-3-met (TT) 3-ethoxy- 1,1,1,2,3,4,4,5,5,6,6,6-dodecafluoro-2-(trifluoromethyl) hexane (HFE-7500); (UU) 1,1,1,2,3,3,3-heptafluoropropane (HFC 227ea); (VV) Methyl formate (HCOOCH3); (WW) 1,1,1,2,2,3,4,5,5,5-decafluoro-3-methoxy-4-trifluoromethyl -pentane (HFE-7300); (XX) Propylene carbonate; (YY) Dimethyl carbonate; e); (ZZ) Trans -1,3,3,3-tetrafluoropropene (also known as HFO-1234z (AAA) HCF2 OCF2 H (HFE-134); (BBB) HCF2 OCF2 OCF2 H (HFE-236cal2); (CCC) HCF2 OCF2 CF2 OCF 2 H (HFE-338pcc13); (DDD) HCF2 OCF2 OCF2 CF2 OCF2 H (H-Galden 1040x or H-Galden ZT 130 (or 150 or 180)); 11/15/2018 C-62 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000358

286 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 63 Page of 101 olsticeTM 1233zd(E)); (EEE) Trans 1-chloro-3,3,3-trif luoroprop-1-ene (also known as S (FFF) 2,3,3,3-tetrafluoropropene (also known as HFO–1234yf); (GGG) 2-amino-2-methyl-1-propanol; and ch fall into these classes: (HHH) perfluorocarbon compounds whi completely fluorinated alkanes (i) Cyclic, branched, or linear, ; with no unsaturations; (ii) Cyclic, branched, or linear, completely fluorinated ethers ary amines with no unsaturations; and (iii) Cyclic, branched, or linear, completely fluorinated terti nd with sulfur bonds only to carbon (iv) Sulfur containing perfluorocarbons with no unsaturations a and fluorine. (b) For purposes of determining compliance with emissions limit s, VOC will be measured by an eferenced in OAR 340-200- applicable reference method in the DEQ Source Sampling Manual r le photochemical reactivity, 0035. Where such a method also measures compounds with negligib he amount of such compounds ive compounds may be excluded as VOC if t these negligibly-react is accurately quantified, and DEQ approves the exclusion. (c) DEQ may require an owner or operator to provide monitoring or testing methods and results reactive compounds in the source's demonstrating, to DEQ's satisfaction, the amount of negligibly- emissions. (d) The following compounds are VOC for purposes of all recordkeeping, emissions reporting, photochemical dispersion modeling ich apply to VOC and must be and inventory requirements wh uniquely identified in emission reports, but are not VOC for purposes of VOC emissions limitations or VOC content requirements: t-butyl acetate. (192) "Wood fired veneer dryer" m eans a veneer dryer, that is d irectly heated by the products of combustion of wood fuel in additi on to or exclusive of steam or natural gas or propane combustion. gned for wood fuel combustion, (193) “Wood fuel-fired device” m eans a device or appliance desi ts, fireplaces, wood fuel-fired including cordwood stoves, woodstoves and fireplace stove inser cook stoves, pellet stoves and combination fuel furnaces and bo ilers that burn wood fuels. (194) "Year" means any consecutive 12 month period of time. : This rule is included in the S tate of Oregon Clean Air Act Im plementation Plan that EQC NOTE h the exception of all refere adopted under OAR 340-200-0040 wit nces to toxic air contaminants and OAR chapter 340, division 245. PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 C-63 Item G 000359

287 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 64 Page of 101 re not included in rule text. Click here for PDF copy of table(s) [ED. NOTE: Tables referenced a .] Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020 & 468A Stats. Implemented: ORS 468A.025, 468A.035, 468A.040, 468A.050, 468A.055, 468A.070, 468A.075, 468A.085, 468A.105, 468A.135, 468A.140, 468A.155, 468A.280, 468A.310, 468A.315, 468A.360, 468A.363, 468A.380, 468A.385, 468A.420, 468A.495, 468A.500, 468A.505, 468A.515, 468A.575, 468A.595, 468A.600, 468A.610, 468A.612, 468A.620, 468A.635, 468A.707, 468A.740, 468A.745, 468A.750, 468A.775, 468A.780, 468A.797, 468A.799, 468A.803, 468A.820, & Or. Laws 2009, chapter 754 ef. 3-10-93; DEQ 47, f. 8-31-72, Hist.: [DEQ 15-1978, f. & ef. 10- 13-78; DEQ 4-1993, f. & cert. 73, ef. 1-11-74; DEQ 107, f. & ef . 1-6-76; Renumbered from 340- ef. 9-15-72; DEQ 63, f. 12-20- 4-18-83; DEQ 18-1984, f. & ef. 8-81; DEQ 5-1983, f. & ef. 020-0033.04; DEQ 25-1981, f. & ef. 9- f. 5-19-88 (and corrected 5-3 1-88); DEQ 14-1989, f. & cert. ef. 10-16-84; DEQ 8-1988, f. & cert. e , f. & cert. ef. 1-30-92; DEQ 7- 6-26-89; DEQ 42-1990, f. 12-13-90, cert. ef. 1-2-91; DEQ 2-1992 EQ 27-1992, f. & cert. ef. 11-12 -92; DEQ 4-1993, f. & cert. ef. 3- 1992, f. & cert. ef. 3-30-92; D 10-93; DEQ 12-1993, f. & cert. ef . 9-24-93, Renumbered from 340-020-0145, 340-020-0225, 340- 020-0305, 340-020-0355, 340-020-0460 & 340-020-0520; DEQ 19-1993, f. & cert. ef. 11-4-93; DEQ 20-1993(Temp), f. & cert . ef. 11-4-93; DEQ 13-1994, f. & ce rt. ef. 5-19-94; DEQ 21-1994, f. . & cert. ef. 10-28-94; DEQ & cert. ef. 10-14-94; DEQ 24-1994, f 10-1995, f. & cert. ef. 5-1-95; DEQ 12-1995, f. & cert. ef. 5-23-95; DEQ 22-1995, f. & cert. ef . 10-6-95; DEQ 19-1996, f. & cert. ef. 9-24-96; DEQ 22-1996, f. & cert. ef. 10-22-96; DEQ 9-1997, f. & cert. ef. 5-9-97; DEQ 14- EQ 16-1998, f. & cert. ef. 9-23-98; DEQ 21-1998, f. & cert. ef. 10- 1998, f. & cert. ef. 9-14-98; D f. 1-25-99; DEQ 6-1999, f. & cer t. ef. 5-21-99]; DEQ 14-1999, f. 14-98; DEQ 1-1999, f. & cert. e 0; DEQ 6-2001, f. 6-18-01, & cert. ef. 10-14-99, Renumbered from 340-020-0205, 340-028-011 cert. ef. 7-1-01; DEQ 2-2005, f. & cert. ef. 2-10-05; DEQ 2-2006, f. & cert. ef. 3-14-06; DEQ 6- 2007(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 8-17- 07 thru 2-12-08; DEQ 8-2007, f. & cert. ef. 11-8-07; DEQ 10- 2008, f. & cert. ef. 8-25-08; D EQ 5-2010, f. & cert. ef. 5-21-1 0; DEQ 10-2010(Temp), f. 8-31-10, cert. ef. 9-1-10 thru 2-28-11; Adm inistrative co rrection 3-29-11; DEQ 5-2011, f. 4-29-11, cert. ef. correction, 2-6- 5-1-11; DEQ 7-2011(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 6-24-11 thru 12-19-11; Administrative 12; DEQ 1-2012, f. & cert. ef. 5-17-12; DEQ 4-2013, f. & cert. ef. 3-27-13; DEQ 11-2013, f. & cert. ef. 11-7-13; DEQ 12-2014(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 11-12-14 t hru 5-10-15; DEQ 7-2015, f. & cert. ef. 4-16-15 340-200-0035, Reference Materials efer to the versions listed below. the following materials r As used in divisions 200 through 268, eral Regulations and, unless otherwise expressly id entified, refers (1) "C.F.R." means Code of Fed to the July 1, 2018 edition. (2) The DEQ Source Sampling Manual refers to the November 2018 edition. 15 edition. (3) The DEQ Continuous Monitoring Manual refers to the March 20 C-64 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000360

288 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 65 Page of 101 : This rule is included in the S tate of Oregon Clean Air Act Im NOTE plementation Plan that EQC h the exception of all refere adopted under OAR 340-200-0040 wit nces to toxic air contaminants and OAR chapter 340, division 245. Click here for PDF copy of [ED. NOTE: Manuals referenced a re not included in rule text. .] manuals Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020 & 468A Stats. Implemented: ORS 468A Hist.: DEQ 7-2015, f. & cert. ef. 4-16-15 ir Act Implementation Plan 340-200-0040, State of Oregon Clean A the State of Oregon Air Quality (1) This implementation pla n, consisting of Volumes 2 and 3 of Control Program, contains contro l strategies, rules and standar ds prepared by DEQ and is adopted lan (SIP) of the State of Oregon under the FCAA, 42 U.S.C.A 7401 as the State Implementation P to 7671q. (2) Except as provided in secti on (3), revisions to the SIP wil l be made under the EQC’s rulemaking procedures in OAR 340 di d any other requirements vision 11 of this chapter an contained in the SIP and will be submitted to the EPA for approval. The SIP was last modified by the EQC on November XX, 2018. (3) Notwithstanding any other requirement contained in the SIP, DEQ may: (a) Submit to the EPA any permit condition implementing a rule that is part of the federally- approved SIP as a source-specifi mplied with the public hearings c SIP revision after DEQ has co provisions of 40 C.F.R. 51.102; and (b) Approve the standards submitted by LRAPA if LRAPA adopts ve rbatim, other than non- substantive differences, any sta ndard that the EQC has adopted, and submit the standards to EPA for approval as a SIP revision. (4) Revisions to the State of O regon Clean Air Act Implementation Plan become federally enforceable upon approval by the EPA. If any provision of the federally approved State EQC, DEQ must enforce the Implementation Plan conflicts with any provision adopted by the more stringent provision. Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020 & 468A Stats. Implemented: ORS 468A.035 & 468A.135 15-72; DEQ 54, f. 6-21-73, ef. 7-1-73; DEQ 19-1979, f. & ef. 6-25- Hist.: DEQ 35, f. 2-3-72, ef. 2- 79; DEQ 21-1979, f. & ef. 7-2-79; DEQ 22-1980, f. & ef. 9-26-80; DEQ 11-1981, f. & ef. 3-26-81; DEQ 14-1982, f. & ef. 7-21-82; DEQ 21-1982, f. & ef. 10-27-82; DEQ 1-1983, f. & ef. 1-21-83; DEQ 18-1984, f. & ef. 10-16-84; D DEQ 6-1983, f. & ef. 4-18-83; EQ 25-1984, f. & ef. 11-27-84; 5-1986, f. & ef. 2-21-86; DEQ EQ 12-1985, f. & ef. 9-30-85; DEQ DEQ 3-1985, f. & ef. 2-1-85; D 20-1986, f. & ef. 11-7-86; DEQ 21-1986, f. & ef. 11-7-86; DEQ 4- 10-1986, f. & ef. 5-9-86; DEQ 11/15/2018 C-65 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000361

289 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 66 Page of 101 1987, f. & ef. 3-2-87; DEQ 5-1987, f . & ef. 3-2-87; DEQ 8-1987, f. & ef. 4-23-87; DEQ 21-1987, f. & ef. 12-16-87; DEQ 31-1988, f . 12-20-88, cert. ef. 12-23-88 ; DEQ 2-1991, f. & cert. ef. 2-14- f. 11-13-91; DEQ 20-1991, f. & cert. ef. 11-13-91; DEQ 21-1991, f. 91; DEQ 19-1991, f. & cert. e & cert. ef. 11-13-91; DEQ 22-1991, f . & cert. ef. 11-13-91; DEQ 23-1991, f. & cert. ef. 11-13-91; 13-91; DEQ 25-1991, f. & cert. e DEQ 24-1991, f. & cert. ef. 11- f. 11-13-91; DEQ 1-1992, f. & cert. ef. 2-4-92; DEQ 3-1992, f. & cert. ef. 2-4-92; DEQ 7-1992, f. & cert. ef. 3-30-92; DEQ 19- 1992, f. & cert. ef. 8-11-92; D EQ 20-1992, f. & cert. ef. 8-11-92; DEQ 25-1992, f. 10-30-92, cert. ef. 11-1-92; DEQ 26-1992, f. & cert. ef. 11-2-92; DEQ 27-1992, f. & cert. ef. 11-12-92; DEQ 4- EQ 8-1993, f. & cert. ef. 5-11-9 3; DEQ 12-1993, f. & cert. ef. 9-24- 1993, f. & cert. ef. 3-10-93; D . ef. 11-4-93; DEQ 17-1993, f. & . 11-4-93; DEQ 16-1993, f. & cert 93; DEQ 15-1993, f. & cert. ef cert. ef. 11-4-93; DEQ 1-1 994, f. & cert. ef. 1-3-94; DEQ 5- cert. ef. 11-4-93; DEQ 19-1993, f. & 1994, f. & cert. ef. 3-21-94; D EQ 14-1994, f. & cert. ef. 5-31-94; DEQ 15-1994, f. 6-8-94, cert. ef. 7-1-94; DEQ 25-1994, f. & cert. ef. 11-2-94; DEQ 9-1995, f. & c ert. ef. 5-1-95; DEQ 10-1995, f. . & cert. ef. 5-25-95; DEQ 17-1995, f. & cert. ef. 7-12-95; DEQ & cert. ef. 5-1-95; DEQ 14-1995, f EQ 20-1995 (Temp), f. & cert. ef. 9-14-95; DEQ 8-1996(Temp), f. 19-1995, f. & cert. ef. 9-1-95; D & cert. ef. 6-3-96; DEQ 15-1996, f . & cert. ef. 8-14-96; DEQ 19-1996, f. & cert. ef. 9-24-96; DEQ 22-1996, f. & cert. ef. 10-22-96; DEQ 23-1996, f. & cert. ef. 1 1-4-96; DEQ 24-1996, f. & cert. ef. . ef. 6-22-98; DEQ 15-1998, f. 11-26-96; DEQ 10-1998, f. & cert & cert. ef. 9-23-98; DEQ 16- 1998, f. & cert. ef. 9-23-98; D EQ 17-1998, f. & cert. ef. 9-23-98; DEQ 20-1998, f. & cert. ef. 10- 12-98; DEQ 21-1998, f. & cert. e f. 10-12-98; DEQ 1-1999, f. & cert. ef. 1-25-99; DEQ 5-1999, f. & cert. ef. 3-25-99; DEQ 6-1999, f. & cert. ef. 5-21-99; DEQ 10 -1999, f. & cert. ef. 7-1-99; DEQ 14-1999, f. & cert. ef. 10-14-99, Renumbered from 340-020-0047; DEQ 15-1999, f. & cert. ef. 10- & cert. ef. 5-22-00; DEQ 8-2000, ef. 6-1-01; DEQ 6-2000, f. 22-99; DEQ 2-2000, f. 2-17-00, cert. 16-2000, f. & cert. ef. 10-25-00; f. & cert. ef. 6-6-00; DEQ 13-2000, f. & cert. ef. 7-28-00; DEQ 25-00; DEQ 20-2000 f. & cert. ef . 12-15-00; DEQ 21-2000, f. & DEQ 17-2000, f. & cert. ef. 10- cert. ef. 2-5-01; DEQ 4-20 01, f. & cert. ef. 3-27-01; DEQ 6- cert. ef. 12-15-00; DEQ 2-2001, f. & 2001, f. 6-18-01, cert. ef. 7-1-01; DEQ 15-2001, f. & cert. ef. 12-26-01; DEQ 16-2001, f. & cert. ef. 12-26-01; DEQ 17-2001, f. & cer t. ef. 12-28-01; DEQ 4-2002, f. & cert. ef. 3-14-02; DEQ 5- 2002, f. & cert. ef. 5-3-02; DEQ 11-2002, f. & cert. ef. 10-8-02; DEQ 5-2003, f. & cert. ef. 2-6-03; f. 12-12-03; DEQ 1-2004, f. & DEQ 14-2003, f. & cert. ef. 10- 24-03; DEQ 19-2003, f. & cert. e cert. ef. 4-14-04; DEQ 10-2004, f. & cert. ef. 12-15-04; DEQ 1-2005, f. & cert. ef. 1-4-05; DEQ 2- 2005, f. & cert. ef. 2-10-05; DEQ 4-2005, f. 5-13-05, cert. ef. 6-1-05; DEQ 7-2005, f. & cert. ef. 7- 12-05; DEQ 9-2005, f. & cert. ef . ef. 3-14-06; DEQ 4-2006, f. 3- . 9-9-05; DEQ 2-2006, f. & cert EQ 4-2007, f. & cert. ef. 6-28-07; 29-06, cert. ef. 3-31-06; DEQ 3-2007, f. & cert. ef. 4-12-07; D DEQ 8-2007, f. & cert. ef. 11-8- 07; DEQ 5-2008, f. & cert. ef. 3-20-08; DEQ 11-2008, f. & cert. f. & cert. ef. 11-10-08; DEQ 15- ef. 8-29-08; DEQ 12-2008, f. & cert. ef. 9-17-08; DEQ 14-2008, 9; DEQ 8-2009, f. & cert. ef. 12-16- EQ 3-2009, f. & cert. ef. 6-30-0 2008, f. & cert. ef 12-31-08; D f. 5-21-10; DEQ 14-2010, f. & 09; DEQ 2-2010, f. & cert. ef. 3-5-10; DEQ 5-2010, f. & cert. e cert. ef. 2-24-11; DEQ 2-2011, f. 3-10-11, cert. ef. 3-15-11; cert. ef. 12-10-10; DEQ 1-2011, f. & f. 5-1-11; DEQ 18-2011, f. & cert. ef. 12-21-11; DEQ 1-2012, f. & DEQ 5-2011, f. 4-29-11, cert. e 12, f. & cert. ef. 12-11-12; DEQ cert. ef. 5-17-12; DEQ 7-2012, f. & cert.ef 12-10-12; DEQ 10-20 4-2013, f. & cert. ef. 3-27-13; DEQ 11-2013, f. & cert. ef. 11-7-13; DEQ 12-2013, f. & cert. ef. 12-19-13; D f. 1-6-14; DEQ 4-2014, f. & cert. ef. 3-31-14; DEQ 5-2014, f. EQ 1-2014, f. & cert. e & cert. ef. 3-31-14; DEQ 6-2014, f. & cert. ef. 3-31-14; DEQ 7-2014, f. & cert. ef. 6-26-14; DEQ EQ 7-2015, f. & cert. ef. 4-16-15; DEQ 10-2015, f. & cert. ef. 10- 6-2015, f. & cert. ef. 4-16-15; D C-66 PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 Item G 000362

290 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 67 Page of 101 16-15; DEQ 14-2015, f. & cert. e f. 12-10-15; DEQ 2-2017, f. & cert. ef. 1-19-17; DEQ 7-2017, f. & cert. ef. 7-13-17 DIVISION 209 PUBLIC PARTICIPATION 340-209-0020, Applicability it actions requi ring public notice as specified in OAR 340, divisions This division applies to perm 216, 218 and 245. : This rule is included in the S NOTE plementation Plan that EQC tate of Oregon Clean Air Act Im nces to toxic air contaminants h the exception of all refere adopted under OAR 340-200-0040 wit and OAR chapter 340, division 245. Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468.065 & 468A.310 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468.065, 468A.035, 468A.040 & 468A.310 Hist.: DEQ 6-2001, f. 6-18-01, cert. ef. 7-1-01; DEQ 7-2015, f. & cert. ef. 4-16-15 340-209-0030, Public Notice Categories and Timing according to potential envir onmental and public health (1) DEQ categorizes permit actions ch DEQ has discretion for imp significance and the degree to whi lementing the applicable regulations. Category I is for ental and public health significance permit actions with low environm ce and opportunity for public part icipation. Category IV is for permit so they have less public noti actions with potentially high environmental and public health s ignificance so they have the greatest level of public notice and opportuni ty for participati on. 40, divisions 216, 218, and 245. If a (2) Permit actions are assigned t o specific categories in OAR 3 permit action is uncategorized, the permit action will be processed under Category III. (3) The following describes the public notice or participation requirements for each category: (a) Category I — No prior public notice or opportunity for part icipation. However, DEQ will maintain a list of all permit actions processed under Category I and make the list available for public review. (b) Category II — DEQ will provide public notice of the proposed permit action and a minimum of 30 days to submit written comments. (c) Category III — DEQ will provide public notice of the proposed permit action and a minimum of 35 days to submit written comments. DEQ will provide a minim um of 30 days' notice for a C-67 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000363

291 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 68 Page of 101 will schedule a hearing at a reasonable time and place to allow hearing, if one is scheduled. DEQ interested persons to submit oral or written comments if: (A) DEQ determines that a hearing is necessary; or ng of the public notice, DEQ receives written requests from ten (B) Within 35 days of the maili ons, for a hearing. epresenting at least ten pers persons, or from an organization r der OAR 340-216-0040, DEQ (d) Category IV — Once an appli cation is considered complete un will: d permit action; and pleted application and requeste (A)(i) Provide notice of the com meeting within the community where the facility will be or is (ii) Schedule an informational eeting. During the meeting, DEQ ce at least 14 days before the m located and provide public noti rmit action and accept comments from the public. DEQ will consider will describe the requested pe process in its drafting of the proposed permit, but will not any information gathered in this maintain an official record of t he meeting and will not provide a written response to the comments; (B) Once a draft permit is com the proposed permit and a minimum pleted, provide public notice of of 40 days to submit written comments; and (C) Schedule a public hearing at allow interested persons to submit a reasonable time and place to oral or written comments and provide a minimum of 30 days publi c notice for the hearing. (4) Except for actions regarding Oregon Title V Operating Permi ts, DEQ may move a permit ry under section (3) based on, but not limited to the following factors: action to a higher catego erest in the facility; (a) Anticipated public int (b) Compliance and enforcement history of the facility or owner ; (c) Potential for significant environmental or public harm due to location or type of facility; or (d) Federal requirements. NOTE: This rule is included in t t Implementation Plan that EQC he State of Oregon Clean Air Ac h the exception of all refere adopted under OAR 340-200-0040 wit nces to toxic air contaminants and OAR chapter 340, division 245. hority: ORS 468.020, 468.065 & 468A.310 Statutory/Other Aut nted: ORS 468.065 & 468A.035, 468A.040 & 468A.310 Statutes/Other Impleme History: DEQ 123-2018, minor correction f iled 04/11/2018, effective 04/1 1/2018 DEQ 7-2015, f. & cert. ef. 4-16-15 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES C-68 Item G 000364

292 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 69 Page of 101 DEQ 8-2009, f. & cert. ef. 12-16-09 DEQ 6-2001, f. 6-18-01, cert. ef. 7-1-01 340-209-0040, Public Notice Information all proposed ACDP, draft Oregon required in public notices for (1) The following information is mit Addenda(t) issued under Title V Operating Permit actions, and Toxic Air Contaminant Per division 245, except for Ge neral Permit actions: (a) Name of applicant and location of the facility; processes subject to the permit; description of the facility's (b) Type of facility, including a inant emissions including, the (c) Description of the air contam type of regulated pollutants, last permit action for the facility; quantity of emissions, and any decreas es or increases since the ing the draft permit; (d) Location and description of documents relied upon in prepar (e) Other permits required by DEQ; (f) Date of previous permit actions; he comment procedures, whether in (g) Opportunity for public comment and a brief description of t writing or in person, including the procedures for requesting a hearing (unless a hearing has e category); not an option for the public notic already been scheduled or is (h) Compliance, enforcement, a nd complaint history along with r esolution of the same; (i) A summary of the discretionary decisions made by DEQ in dra fting the permit; (j) Type and duration of the pr oposed or draft permit action; (k) Basis of need for the proposed or draft permit action; (l) Any special conditions im posed in the proposed or draft per mit action; (m) Whether each proposed permitted emission is a criteria pollutant and whether the area in ified, sustainment, nonattainment, which the source is located is de signated as attainment/unclass reattainment or maintenance for that pollutant; s for a federal major source , whether the proposed permitted (n) If the proposed permit action i t impact on a Class I airshed; emission would have a significan (o) If the proposed permit action is for a major source for which dispersion modeling has been emission would have on the performed, an indication of what impact each proposed permitted ambient air quality standard and PSD increment consumption with in an attainment area; C-69 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000365

293 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 70 Page of 101 on; (p) Other available information relevant to the permitting acti (q) The name and address of DEQ office processing the permit; of a person from whom interested (r) The name, address, and telephone number and e-mail address the permit draft, the application, all persons may obtain additional in formation, including copies of relevant supporting materials, i ermit, and monitoring and ncluding any compliance plan, p compliance certification report, except for information that is exempt from disclosure, and all other are relevant to the permit deci materials available to DEQ that sion; hat an enhanced NSR process under OAR 340 division 224, (s) If applicable, a statement t procedures required under OAR 340-218-0210 and 340-218-0230, is including the external review nt incorporation of the operati ng approval into an Oregon Title V being used to allow for subseque istrative amendment; and Operating Permit as an admin hat include conditions (t) For Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Addenda and ACDP permits t consistent with OAR chapter 340, division 245, a lis t of estimated toxic air contaminant emissions ment. and, if applicable, a summary of the results of any risk assess (2) General Permit Actions. The following information is required for General ACDP and General Oregon Title V Operating Permit actions: l or actual facilities assi (a) The name and address of potentia gned to the General Permit; description of the facility's process subject to the permit; (b) Type of facility, including a inant emissions including, the type of regulated pollutants, (c) Description of the air contam quantity of emissions, and any decreas es or increases since the last permit action for the potential or actual facilities assigned to the permit; (d) Location and description of documents relied upon in prepar ing the draft permit; (e) Other permits required by DEQ; (f) Date of previous permit actions; he comment procedures, whether in (g) Opportunity for public comment and a brief description of t writing or in person, including the procedures for requesting a hearing (unless a hearing has e category); an option for the Public Notic already been scheduled or is not esolution of the same; (h) Compliance, enforcement, a nd complaint history along with r fting the permit; (i) A summary of the discretionary decisions made by DEQ in dra oposed or draft permit action; (j) Type and duration of the pr C-70 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000366

294 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 71 Page of 101 (k) Basis of need for the proposed or draft permit action; (l) Any special conditions im posed in the proposed or draft per mit action; (m) Whether each proposed permitted emission is a criteria pollutant and whether the area in on-attainment for that pollutant; which the sources are located a re designated as attainment or n , whether the proposed permitted (n) If the proposed permit action i s for a federal major source t impact on a Class I airshed; emission would have a significan on; and (o) Other available information relevant to the permitting acti (p) The name and address of DEQ office processing the permit; of a person from whom (q) The name, address, and telephone number and e-mail address copies of the permit draft, the interested persons may obtain add itional information, including application, all relevant s upporting materials, including any c ompliance plan, permit, and cation report, except for information that is exempt from monitoring and compliance certifi disclosure, and all other material s available to DEQ that are relevant to the permit decision. tate of Oregon Clean Air Act Im plementation Plan that EQC NOTE : This rule is included in the S adopted under OAR 340-200-0040 wit h the exception of all refere nces to toxic air contaminants and OAR chapter 340, division 245. Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468.065 & 468A.310 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468.065 & 468A.035, 468A.040 & 468A.310 15-72; DEQ 63, f. 12-20-73, ef. 1-11-74; DEQ 107, f. & ef. 1-6- Hist.: DEQ 47, f. 8-31-72, ef. 9- 76; Renumbered from 340-020-003 3; DEQ 13-1988, f. & cert. ef. 6 -17-88; DEQ 34-1990, f. 8-20- 90, cert. ef. 9-1-90; DEQ 4-1993, f. & cert. ef. 3-10-93; DEQ 12-1993, f. & cert. ef. 9-24-93, Renumbered from 340-020-0150; D EQ 14-1999, f. & cert. ef. 10-14 -99, Renumbered from 340- 028-1710; DEQ 6-2001, f. 6-18-01, cert. ef. 7-1-01, Renumbered from 340-216-0050; DEQ 8- 5 2007, f. & cert. ef. 11-8-07; DEQ 7-2015, f. & cert. ef. 4-16-1 340-209-0050, Public Notice Procedures (1) All notices. DEQ will mail or email a notice of proposed permit actions to the persons identified in OAR 340-209-0060. (2) NSR, Oregon Title V Operating Permit and General ACDP actio ns. In addition to section (1), regon Title V Operating Permit and General ACDP actions as DEQ will provide notice of NSR, O follows: (a) Advertisement in a newspape r of general circulation in the area where the source or sources are DEQ publication designed to give or will be located, electronic noticing (termed e-notice), or a general public notice; and C-71 PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 Item G 000367

295 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 72 Page of 101 (b) Other means, if necessary, t o assure adequate notice to the affected public. NOTE plementation Plan that EQC tate of Oregon Clean Air Act Im : This rule is included in the S adopted under OAR 340-200-0040. Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468.065 & 468A.310 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468.065, 468A.035, 468A.040 & 468A.310 & cert. ef. 4-16-15 Hist.: DEQ 6-2001, f. 6-18-01, cert. ef. 7-1-01; DEQ 7-2015, f. DIVISION 216 AIR CONTAMINANT DISCHARGE PERMITS 340-216-0020, Applicability and Jurisdiction (1) This division applies to all sources listed in OAR 340-216-8010. This division also applies to Oregon Title V Operating Permit program sources when an ACDP is required by 340-218-0020 t to fees in 340-216-8020. or 340-224-0010. Sources referred to in 340-216-8010 are subjec st obtain a permit. If a source (2) Sources in any one of the categories in OAR 340-216-8010 mu than one of the source categorie meets the requirements of more s and the source is not eligible DEQ, then the source must CDP that has been authorized by for a Basic ACDP or a General A obtain a Simple or Standard ACD ted in alphabetical order. P. Source categories are not lis trial sources in OAR 340-216-8010 Part A must obtain a Basic (a) The commercial and indus ACDP under 340-216-0056 unless the source chooses to obtain a G eneral, Simple or Standard ACDP. For purposes of Part A, pr oduction and emission parameter s are based on the latest consecutive 12 month period, or f uture projected operation, whichever is higher. Emission cutoffs are based on actual emissions. (b) Sources in any one of the categories in OAR 340-216-8010 Part B must obtain one of the following unless otherwise allowed in Part B: ailable for the source classifi cation and the source qualifies for (A) A General ACDP, if one is av a General ACDP under OAR 340-216-0060; (B) A Simple ACDP under OAR 340-216-0064; or (C) A Standard ACDP under OAR 340-216-0066 if the source fits o ne of the criteria of Part C or does not qualify for a Simple ACDP. (c) Sources in any one of the c ategories in OAR 340-216-8010 Part C must obtain a Standard ACDP under the procedures set forth in OAR 340-216-0066. 11/15/2018 C-72 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000368

296 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 73 Page of 101 (3) No person may construct, install, establish, develop or ope rate any air contaminant source irst obtaining an Air Contaminant Discharge Permit listed in OAR 340-216-8010 without f eeping a copy onsite at all times (ACDP) from DEQ or LRAPA and k , unless otherwise deferred n ACDP in subsection (3)(b) or DEQ has granted an exemption from the requirement to obtain a n an ACDP under subsection (3)(f). from the requirement to obtai No person may continue to rminated, denied, or revoked; if the ACDP expires, or is te operate an air contaminant source except as provided in 340-216-0082. (a) For portable sources, a s ingle permit may be issued for ope rating at any area of the state if the nts from both DEQ and LRAPA. DEQ o r LRAPA, depending permit includes the requireme where the portable source's cor porate offices are located, will be responsible for issuing the of a portable source is located permit. If the corporate office outside of the state, DEQ will be responsible for issuing the permit. required to obtain an ACDP or ACDP Attachment under a (b) An air contaminant source NESHAP under OAR division 244 or NSPS under OAR division 238 is not required to submit an ter the effective date of the application for an ACDP or ACDP Attachment until four months af NSPS, and is not required to obtain an ACDP or ACDP EQC’s adoption of the NESHAP or Attachment until six months after the EQC’s adoption of the NES HAP or NSPS. In addition, to obtain an ACDP or ACDP DEQ may defer the requirement t o submit an application for, or Attachment, or both, for up to an additional twelve months. an air contaminant source from (c) Deferrals of Oregon permitting requirements do not relieve ng with federal NESHAP or NSPS req uirements. the responsibility of complyi (d) OAR 340-216-0060(1)(b)(A), 340-216-0062(2)(b)(A), 340-216-0064(4)(a), and 340-216- 0066(3)(a), do not relieve a permittee from the responsibility of complying with federal NESHAP or NSPS requirements that apply to the source even if DEQ has not incorporated such requirements into the permit. (e) DEQ may exempt a source from the requirement to obtain an A CDP if it determines that the al requirements, such as noti source is subject to only procedur fication that the source is affected by an NSPS or NESHAP. (4) No person may construct, i nstall, establish, or develop any source that will be subject to the Oregon Title V Operating Permit program without first obtaining an ACDP from DEQ or LRAPA. P without first complying (5) No person may modify any source that has been issued an ACD of OAR 340-210-0205 through 340-210-0250. with the requirements (6) No person may modify any source required to have an ACDP su ch that the source becomes subject to the Oregon Title V O complying with the perating Permit program without 0-210-0205 through 340-210-0250. requirements of OAR 34 C-73 PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 Item G 000369

297 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 74 Page of 101 (7) No person may increase emi ssions above the PSEL by more than the de minimis emission levels specified in OAR 340-200- 0020 without first applying for and obtaining a modified ACDP. (8) Subject to the requirement 0-0010(3), LRAPA is designated s in this division and OAR 340-20 rea of jurisdiction. by the EQC to implement the rules in this division within its a : This rule is included in the S tate of Oregon Clean Air Act Implementation Plan as NOTE adopted by the EQC under OAR 340 -200-0040 with the exception of all references to toxic air contaminants and OAR chapter 340, division 245. NOTE : Tables referenced are in OAR 340-216-8010 and 340-216-8020. 10 Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468A.025, 468A.040, 468A.155 & 468A.3 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468A.025, 468A.040, 468A.135 - 468A.155 & 468A.310 Hist.: DEQ 47, f. 8-31-72, ef. 9- 15-72; DEQ 63, f. 12-20-73, ef. 1-11-74; DEQ 107, f. & ef. 1-6- 3; DEQ 125, f. & ef. 12-16-76; D 76; Renumbered from 340-020-003 EQ 20-1979, f. & ef. 6-29- 80; DEQ 13-1981, f. 5-6-81, ef. 7-1-81; DEQ 11-1983, f. & ef. 79; DEQ 23-1980, f. & ef. 9-26- 5-31-83; DEQ 3-1986, f. & ef. 2- 12-86; DEQ 12-1987, f. & ef. 6- 15-87; DEQ 27-1991, f. & cert. f. & cert. ef. 9-24-93, ef. 11-29-91; DEQ 4-1993, f. & cert. ef. 3-10-93; DEQ 12-1993, Renumbered from 340-020-0155; D EQ 19-1993, f. & cert. ef. 11-4-93; DEQ 22-1994, f. & cert. ef. 10-4-94; DEQ 22-1995, f. & cert. ef. 10-6-95; DEQ 19-1996, f. & cert. ef. 9-24-96; DEQ 22- 1996, f. & cert. ef. 10-22-96; D EQ 14-1999, f. & cert. ef. 10-1 4-99, Renumbered from 340-028- & cert. ef. 3-14-02; DEQ 7-2007, 1720; DEQ 6-2001, f. 6-18-01, cert. ef. 7-1-01; DEQ 4-2002, f. 2007, f. & cert. ef. 11-8-07; DE Q 15-2008, f. & cert. ef 12-31-08; f. & cert. ef. 10-18-07; DEQ 8- -09, cert. ef. 1-1-10 thru 6-30- DEQ 8-2009, f. & cert. ef. 12-16-09; DEQ 9-2009(Temp), f. 12-24 10; Administrative correction 7-27-10; DEQ 10-2010(Temp), f. 8-31-10, cert. ef. 9-1-10 thru 2- 28-11; DEQ 12-2010, f. & cert. e f. 10-27-10; DEQ 1-2011, f. & cert. ef. 2-24-11; DEQ 5-2011, f. 4-29-11, cert. ef. 5-1-11; DEQ 11-2011, f. & cert. ef. 7-21-11; DEQ 13-2011, f. & cert. ef. 7-21- 11; DEQ 14-2011, f, & cert. ef . 7-21-11; DEQ 4-2013, f. & cert. ef. 3-27-13; DEQ 9- 2013(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 10-24-13 thru 4-22-14; Administrative correction, 5-21-14; DEQ 9- 5 2014, f. & cert. ef. 6-26-14; D EQ 7-2015, f. & cert. ef. 4-16-1 340-216-0030, Definitions The definitions in OAR 340-200-0020, 340-204-0010, 340-245-0020 and this rule apply to this defined in this rule and 340-200-0020, 340-204-0010 or 340-245- division. If the same term is 0020, the definition in this rule applies to this division. on” includes, but is not limited to changing source test dates if the (1) “Basic technical modificati equipment is not being operated, and similar changes. (2) “Complex technical modificatio ed to incorporating a complex new n” includes, but is not limit thod or monitoring for an compliance method into a permit, adding a complex compliance me permit, adding a complex new t previously addressed in a emission point or control device no C-74 PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 Item G 000370

298 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 75 Page of 101 applicable requirement into a permit due to a change in process or change in rules, and similar changes. ted to adding a simple compliance tion” includes, but is not limi (3) “Moderate technical modifica t previously addressed in a on point or control device no method or monitoring for an emissi permit, revising monitoring and re an dates and frequency, adding a porting requirements other th cess or change in rules, new applicable requirement into a permit due to a change in pro quirements, and similar changes . incorporating NSPS and NESHAP re eans name changes, change of (4) “Non-technical modification” m ownership, correction of typographical errors and similar administrative changes. d to modifying a compliance (5) “Simple technical modificat ion” includes, but is not limite changing reporting dates or method to use different emission factors or process parameters, frequency, and similar changes. NOTE : This rule is included in the S tate of Oregon Clean Air Act Implementation Plan as adopted by the EQC under OAR 340 -200-0040 with the exception of all references to toxic air contaminants and OAR chapter 340, division 245. Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020 & 468A Stats. Implemented: ORS 468A.025, 468A.040 & 468A.310 Hist.: DEQ 14-1999, f. & cert. ef. 10-14-99; DEQ 6-2001, f. 6-1 8-01, cert. ef. 7-1-01; DEQ 7- 2015, f. & cert. ef. 4-16-15 340-216-0040, Application Requirements (1) New Permits. (a) Except for Short Term Activ ity ACDPs, any person required t o obtain a new ACDP must provide the following general in formation, as ap plicable, using forms provided by DEQ in addition to any other information r equired for a specific permi t type: the mailing address, the facility (A) Identifying information, including the name of the company, address, and the nature of business, Standard Industrial Classi fication (SIC) code; (B) The name and phone number of a local person responsible for compliance with the permit; zed to receive requests for data and information; (C) The name of a person authori (D) A description of the produc tion processes and related flow chart; (E) A plot plan showing the location and height of air contamin ant sources. The plot plan must also indicate the nearest residential or commercial property; (F) The type and quantity of fuels used; C-75 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000371

299 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 76 Page of 101 emitted by the source in terms of nd type of each air contaminant (G) An estimate of the amount a hourly, daily, or monthly and yearl y rates, showing calculation procedures; (H) Any information on pollution prevention measures and cross- media impacts the applicant wants DEQ to consider in determin ing applicable control require ments and evaluating compliance methods; present or anticipated operating (I) Estimated efficiency of air pollution control devices under conditions; ntenance of air pollution control devices and emission reduction (J) Where the operation or mai efficiency and effectiveness, d from the highest reasonable processes can be adjusted or varie o establish operational and main tenance requirements in OAR information necessary for DEQ t 340-226-0120(1) and (2); or county, planner either (K) A Land Use Compatibility Statement signed by a local, city approving or disapproving construction or modification of the source, if required by the local planning agency; (L) Any information required by OAR 340 divisions 224, 225, and 245, including but not limited to control technology and analysis, air quality impact analysis ; and information related to offsets and net air quality benefit , if applicable; and (M) Any other information requested by DEQ. (b) Applications for new permits must be submitted at least 60 days prior to when a permit is needed. When preparing an application, the applicant must also consider the timelines provided OAR 340-245-0030, Cleaner Air O regon submittal and payment in paragraph (2)(b), as well as it applications subject to NSR, to allow DEQ adequate deadlines, and OAR 340-224-0030, perm time to process the application and issue a permit before it is needed. (2) Renewal Permits. Except for Short Term Activity ACDPs, any person required to renew an existing permit must submit the information identified in secti on (1) using forms provided by DEQ, unless there are no significant changes to the permit. If there are significant changes, the ) only for those changes. applicant must provide the information identified in section (1 pplicant may use a streamlined (a) Where there are no significant changes to the permit, the a nformation: cess by providing the following i permit renewal application pro the mailing address, the facility (A) Identifying information, including the name of the company, address, and the nature of business, Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) code, using a form provided by DEQ; and anges along with an explanation (B) A marked up copy of the previous permit indicating minor ch for each requested change. 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES C-76 Item G 000372

300 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 77 Page of 101 (b) The owner or operator must submit an applica tion for renewa l of the existing permit by no later than: tion date of a Basic ACDP; (A) 30 days prior to the expira on date of a Simple ACDP; or (B) 120 days prior to the expirati on date of a Standard ACDP. (C) 180 days prior to the expirati ACDPs and attachments within (c) DEQ must receive an applica tion for reassignment to General 30 days prior to expiration of the General ACDPs or attachment. (3) Permit Modifications. For Sim ple and Standard ACDP modifica tions, the applicant must 1) relevant to the requeste d changes to the permit and a list of provide the information in section ( g an application, any new requirements applicable to those changes. When preparin the applicant as well as OAR 340-224-0030, must also consider the timelines provided in subsection (2)(b), SR, to allow DEQ adequate time to process the application and permit applications subject to N issue a permit befo re it is needed. s or who has submitted incorrect (4) Any owner or operator who fa ils to submit any relevant fact f such failure or incorrect information in a permit application must, upon becoming aware o submittal, promptly submit such supplementary facts or correcte d information. applicant or the applicant's (5) The application must be c ompleted in full and signed by the legally authorized representative. on are required, unless otherwis e requested by DEQ. At least one (6) Two copies of the applicati copy, but the others may be in any other format, including of the copies must be a paper electronic copies, upon approval by DEQ. (7) A copy of permit applicati ons subject to Major NSR under OA R 340 division 224, including all supplemental and supporting information, must also be submi tted directly to the EPA. ility or the owner's agent or the (8) The name of the applicant mu st be the legal name of the fac tion and maintenance of the facility. The legal name must be lessee responsible for the opera tate Corporations Division. registered with the Secretary of S (9) All applications must include the appropriate fees as speci fied in OAR 340-216-8020. operly signed, or lacking the ously incomplete, unsigned, impr (10) Applications that are obvi be rejected by DEQ and returned to the applicant for completion. required exhibits or fees will reliminarily review the (11) Within 15 days after receivi ng the application, DEQ will p ted: equacy of the information submit application to determine the ad C-77 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000373

301 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 78 Page of 101 Q will promptly ask the tional information is needed, DE (a) If DEQ determines that addi ormation. The application will not be considered complete for applicant for the needed inf lication will be considered processing until the requested information is received. The app ation within 90 days of the request; withdrawn if the applicant fails to submit the requested inform y to gather facts regarding the (b) If, in the opinion of DEQ, additional measures are necessar application, DEQ will notify the applicant that such measures w ill be instituted along with the timetable and procedures to be f ollowed. The application will n ot be considered complete for processing until the necessary additional fact-finding measures are completed. When the g, DEQ will so notify the deemed adequate for processin information in the application is applicant. (12) If at any time while pro cessing the application, DEQ determines that additional information is needed, DEQ will promptly ask the applicant for the needed information. The application will processing until the requested i nformation is received. The not be considered complete for to submit the requested ithdrawn if the applicant fails application will be considered w information within 90 days of the request. ermit is not required, DEQ will so ation, DEQ determines that a p (13) If, upon review of an applic uch notification is a final action by DEQ on the application. notify the applicant in writing. S NOTE: This rule is included in the S tate of Oregon Clean Air Act Imp lementation Plan as adopted by the EQC under OAR 340 -200-0040 with the exception of all references to toxic air contaminants or OAR chapter 340, division 245. NOTE: Tables referenced are in OAR 340-216-8010 and 340-216-8020. Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468.065, 468A.025, 468A.040, 468A.310 & 468A.315 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468 & 468A Hist.: DEQ 42, f. 4-5-72, ef. 4- 15-72; DEQ 47, f. 8-31-72, ef. 9-15-72; DEQ 63, f. 12-20-73, ef. 1-11-74; DEQ 107, f. & ef. 1-6-76; Renumbered from 340-020-0033 ; DEQ 20-1979, f. & ef. 6- 29-79; DEQ 13-1988, f. & cert. e f. 6-17-88; DEQ 4-1993, f. & cert. ef. 3-10-93; DEQ 12-1993, f. & cert. ef. 9-24-93, Renumbere d from 340-020-0175; DEQ 19-1993, f. & cert. ef. 11-4-93; DEQ DEQ 6-2001, f. 6-18-01, cert. 14-1999, f. & cert. ef. 10-14-99, Renumbered from 340-028-1770; 340-014-0020 & 340-014-0030; DEQ 5-2011, f. 4-29-11, cert. ef. ef. 7-1-01, Renumbered from rt. ef. 4-16-15 5-1-11; DEQ 9-2014, f. & cert. ef. 6-26-14; DEQ 7-2015, f. & ce 340-216-0069, Toxic Air Contam inant Permit Addendums mplement requirements pertaini (1) Purpose and Intent. DEQ may i ng to toxic air contaminants under OAR chapter 340, division 245 as follows: 11/15/2018 C-78 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000374

302 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 79 Page of 101 DP, by including conditions in to obtain a Standard or Simple AC (a) For new sources required the source’s ACDP to ensure compliance with the Cleaner Air Ore gon rules, OAR chapter 340, division 245; o obtain a Basic or General ACDP, by including conditions in an (b) For new sources required t addendum to the source’s ACDP to ensure compliance with the Cle aner Air Oregon rules, OAR sion 245; and chapter 340, divi the sources to obtain a Toxic Air (c) For existing sources, by requiring the owner or operator of er OAR chapter 340, division 245 Contaminant Permit Addendum und that amends the source’s ACDP. d into a source’s ACDP upon (2) A Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Addendum will be incorporate DEQ has followed the Category nvolves a public notice for which renewal or modification that i procedure in OAR chapter 340, division 209, except for sources II or Category III public notice that have Basic or General ACDPs. (3) OAR 340-216-0062 and 340-216-0068 do not apply to Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Addenda. , 468A.070, 468A.155 Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468.065, 468A.025, 468A.040, 468A.050 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468.065, 468A.010, 468A.015, 468A.025, 468A.035, 468A.040, 468A.050, 468A.070, and 468A.155 340-216-0090, Sources Subject to ACDPs and Fees harge sources listed in OAR 340-216-8010 must obtain a permit from (1) All air contaminant disc DEQ and are subject to fees in OAR 340-216-8020. (2) An owner or operator of a source that is required to demonstrate compliance with Cleaner Air Oregon rules under OAR 340-245- 0005 through 340-245-8050 must pay the fees specified in OAR 340-216-8030. NOTE: This rule is included in the State of Oregon Clean Air Act Impl ementation Plan as adopted by the EQC under OAR 340 -200-0040 with the exception of all references to toxic air contaminants and OAR chapter 340, division 245. Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468.065, 468A.040, 468A.310 & 468A.31 5 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468.065, 468A.040, 468A.310 & 468A.315 Hist.: DEQ 47, f. 8-31-72, ef. 9- 15-72; DEQ 63, f. 12-20-73, ef. 1-11-74; DEQ 107, f. & ef. 1-6- ; DEQ 20-1979, f. & ef. 6- 3.12; DEQ 125, f. & ef. 12-16-76 76; Renumbered from 340-020-003 -86; DEQ 12-1987, f. & ef. 6- 29-79; DEQ 11-1983, f. & ef. 5-31- 83; DEQ 6-1986, f. & ef. 3-26 15-87; DEQ 17-1990, f. & cert. ef. 5-25-90; DEQ 27-1991, f. & cert. ef. 11-29-91; DEQ 4-1993, f. & cert. ef. 3-10-93; DEQ 12-1993, f. & cert. ef. 9-24-93, Re numbered from 340-020-0165; 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES C-79 Item G 000375

303 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 80 Page of 101 DEQ 19-1993, f. & cert. ef. 11-4-93; DEQ 20-1993(Temp), f. & ce rt. ef. 11-4-93; DEQ 13-1994, f. & cert. ef. 5-19-94; DEQ 21-1994, f. & cert. ef. 10-14-94; D EQ 22-1994. f. & cert. ef. 10-14- 94; DEQ 22-1995, f. & cert. ef. 10-6-95; DEQ 18-1997, f. 8-27-9 7, cert. ef. 10-1-97; DEQ 7- 1998, f. & cert. ef. 5-5-98; DE Q 12-1998, f. & cert. ef. 6-30-9 8; DEQ 14-1998, f. & cert. ef. 9- rt. ef. 10-14-99, Renumbered 14-98; DEQ 10-1999, f. & cert. e f. 7-1-99; DEQ 14-1999, f. & ce cert. ef. 6-6-00; DEQ 6-2001, f. 6-18-01, cert. ef. 7-1-01; from 340-028-1750; DEQ 8-2000, f. & DEQ 5-2011, f. 4-29-11, cert. ef . 5-1-11; DEQ 9-2014, f. & cert . ef. 6-26-14; DEQ 7-2015, f. & cert. ef. 4-16-15 340-216-8020, Table 2 — Air Contaminant Discharge Permits to air contaminant discharge Sources referred to in Tab le 1 of OAR 340-216-8010 are subject permit fees in Table 2. NOTE tate of Oregon Clean Air Act Im plementation Plan that EQC : This rule is included in the S adopted under OAR 340-200-0040 wit h the exception of all refere nces to toxic air contaminants and OAR chapter 340, division 245. : See history of this table under OAR 340-216-0020. NOTE d are not included in rule text. [ED. NOTE: Tables reference .] Click here for PDF copy of table(s) Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468A.025, 468A.040, 468A.310 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468A f. 6-26-14; DEQ 7-2015, f. & cert. ef. 4-16-15 Hist.: DEQ 9-2014, f. & cert. e PROPOSED RULES C-80 11/15/2018 Item G 000376

304 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 81 Page of 101 Oregon Department of En vironmental Quality Table 2 – 340-216-8020 Air Contaminant Discharge Permits Part 1. Initial Permitting Applicat ion Fees: (in addition to fi rst annual fee) Short Term Activity ACDP a. $3,600.00 b. Basic ACDP $144.00 1 Assignment to General ACDP c. $1,440.00 Simple ACDP d. $7,200.00 Construction ACDP e. $11,520.00 f. Standard ACDP $14,400.00 g. Standard ACDP (Major NSR or Type A State NSR) $50,400.00 1. DEQ may waive the assignment fee for an existing source requ esting to be assigned to a rea source NESHAP as long General ACDP because the source i s subject to a newly adopted a tification by DEQ. as the existing source requests assignment within 90 days of no 1 Part 2. Annual Fees: (Due date 12/1 for 1/1 to 12/31 of the following year) a. Short Term Activity ACDP $NA b. Basic ACDP $432.00 General ACDP c. (A) Fee Class One $864.00 (B) Fee Class Two $1,555.00 (C) Fee Class Three $2,246.00 $432.00 (D) Fee Class Four (E) Fee Class Five $144.00 (F) Fee Class Six $288.00 d. Simple ACDP $2,304.00 (A) Low Fee $4,608.00 (B) High Fee C-81 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000377

305 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 82 Page of 101 e. Standard ACDP $9,216.00 12.5% of the f. Greenhouse Gas Reporting, as required applicable by OAR 340, Division 215 annual fee in Part 2 DEQ may extend the payment due da te for dry cleaners or gasolin e dispensing facilities until 1. March 1st. to 12/31 of the following Part 3. Cleaner Air Oregon Annual Fees: (Due date 12/1 for 1/1 year) a. Basic ACDP $151.00 General ACDP b. $302.00 (A) Fee Class One (B) Fee Class Two $544.00 (C) Fee Class Three $786.00 (D) Fee Class Four $151.00 (E) Fee Class Five $ 50.00 $100.00 (F) Fee Class Six Simple ACDP c. $806.00 (A) Low Fee (B) High Fee $1,612.00 d. Standard ACDP $3,225.00 2. e dispensing facilities until DEQ may extend the payment due da te for dry cleaners or gasolin March 1st. Part 4. Specific Activity Fees: 1 Non-Technical Per mit Modification a. $432.00 b. Basic Technical Permit Modification $432.00 c. Simple Technical Permit Modification $1,440.00 Moderate Technical Permit Modification d. $7,200.00 e. Complex Technical Permit Modification $14,440.00 Major NSR or Type A State NSR Permit Modification f. $50,400.00 Modeling Review (outside Major NSR or Type A State g. NSR) $7,200.00 C-82 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000378

306 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 83 Page of 101 Public Hearing at Source's Request h. $2,880.00 i. State MACT Determination $7,200.00 2 j. Compliance Order Monitoring $144.00/month Part 5. Late Fees: a. 8-30 days late 5% 31-60 days late b. 10% c. 61 or more days late 20% 1. For gasoline dispensing fac ilities, a portion of these fees will be used to cover the fees required for changes of ownership in OAR 340-150-0052(4). 2. This is a one-time fee payable when a compliance order is established in a permit or a DEQ hedule becomes a final order of DEQ and is based on the order containing a compliance sc number of months DEQ will ha ve to oversee the order. NOTE : See history of this table under OAR 340-216-0020. PROPOSED RULES C-83 11/15/2018 Item G 000379

307 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 84 Page of 101 340-216-8030, Table 3 — Cleaner Air Oregon Specific Activity Fe es 340, division 245, Cleaner Air Oregon, are required to pay the Sources subject to OAR chapter specific activity fees in Table 3. [ED. NOTE: Tables reference .] Click here for PDF copy of table(s) d are not included in rule text. 315 Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468.065, 468A.040, 468A.050 and 468A. Stats. Implemented: ORS 468.020, 468.065, 468A.040, 468A.050 and 468A.315 vironmental Quality Oregon Department of En Table 3 – 340-216-8030 Cleaner Air Oregon Specific Activity Fees Permit Type # General Title V Standard ACTIVITY Simple ACDP ACDP Basic ACDP $10,000 $10,000 $1,000 $500 1 Existing Source Call-In Fee 2 New Source Consulting Fee $12,000 $12,000 $1,900 $1,000 $500 3 Submittal Document Modification Fee $2,500 $2,500 $250 Risk Assessment Fees 4 Level 1 Risk Assessment - de minimis (no $1,500 $1,500 $1,000 $800 permit required) 5 Level 1 Risk Assessment – not de minimis $1,100 $2,000 $1,500 $2,000 6 Level 2 Risk Assessment - de minimis (no $3,100 $3,100 $2,300 $2,000 permit required) 7 Level 2 Risk Assessment – not de minimis $3,600 $3,600 $2,800 $2,300 8 Level 3 Risk Assessment - de minimis (no $8,200 $5,300 $4,500 $8,800 permit required) 9 Level 3 Risk Assessment – not de minimis $19,900 $11,300 $7,7 00 $6,300 NA 10 Level 4 Risk Assessment - de minimis (no $21,400 $18,500 $11,700 permit required) $34,600 $25,800 $15 ,500 NA 11 Level 4 Risk Assessment – not de minimis Risk Above Risk Action Levels $6,700 $6,700 $2,600 $2,600 12 Risk Reduction Plan Fee $25,900 $25,900 NA 13 Air Monitoring Plan Fee (includes risk NA assessment) 14 Postponement of Risk Reduction Fee 00 $4,400 $4,400 $4,400 $2,0 $3,000 $1,500 $1,500 $3,000 15 TBACT/TLAER Review (per Toxic Emissions Unit and type of toxic air contaminant) PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 C-84 Item G 000380

308 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 85 Page of 101 Oregon Department of En vironmental Quality Table 3 – 340-216-8030 Cleaner Air Oregon Specific Activity Fees Other Fees $1,000 $500 $500 16 TEU Risk Assessment – no permit mod $1,000 $4,000 $2,000 $1,000 17 TEU Risk Assessment – permit mod $4,000 $700 $800 $1,300 $1,900 18 Level 2 Modeling review only for TEU approval 19 Level 3 Modeling review only for TEU $3,800 $3,800 $3,500 $3,500 approval $8,000 $8,000 $8,000 $8,000 20 Community Engagement Meeting Fee – high $4,000 $4,000 $4,000 $4,000 21 Community Engagement Meeting Fee – medium 22 Community Engagement Meeting Fee - low $1,000 $1,000 $1,000 $1,000 23 Source Test Review Fee (plan and data $6,000 $6,000 $6,000 $6,000 review) - complex $4,200 $4,200 $4,200 $4,200 24 Source Test Review Fee (plan and data review) – moderate $1,400 $1,400 $1,400 $1,400 25 Source Test Review Fee (plan and data review) - simple C-85 PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 Item G 000381

309 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 86 Page of 101 DIVISION 218 OREGON TITLE V OPERATING PERMITS 340-218-0010, Policy and Purpose These rules establish a program to implement Title V of the FCAA for the State of Oregon as l source control program: part of the overall industria tle V Operating Permit that (1) All sources subject to thi s division must have an Oregon Ti ts in effect as of the date of th all applicable requiremen assures compliance by the source wi permit issuance. gram, including provisions gon Title V Operating Permit pro (2) The requirements of the Ore of permit applications, must regarding schedules for submission and approval or disapproval acid rain program, except as apply to the permitting of affected sources under the national provided herein. division are exempt from the fo llowing: (3) All sources subject to this (a) Registration as requir ed by ORS 468A.050 and OAR 340-210-01 00 through 340-210-0120; and (b) Air Contaminant Discharge division 216, unless required Permits and attachments, OAR 340 by 340-216-0020(2) or (4), or 340-224-0010(1). (A) Oregon Title V Operating Permits do not replace requirement s in an Air Contaminant Discharge Permit issued to the source even if the ACDP has expi red. For a source operating under a Title V Permit, requireme nts established in an earlier ACDP remain in effect notwithstanding expiration of the nless a provision expires by its ACDP or the Title V permit, u terms or unless a provision is m odified or terminated following the procedures used to establish the requirement initially. (B) Source specific requirement s, including, but not limited to TACT, RACT, BACT, and LAER requirements, established in an A CDP must be incorporated into the Oregon Title V Operating Permit and any revisions to those procedures used to establish the requirements must follow the requirements initially. (4) DEQ may implement requirements pertaining to toxic air contaminants under OAR chapter in an Oregon Title V Operating ng sources required to obta 340, division 245 for new and existi ’s Oregon Title V Operating Permit by incorporating complian ce conditions into a new source ting Permit through a Toxic Air Permit or by amending an existing source’s Oregon Title V Opera Contaminant Permit Addendum. A Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Add endum must be on renewal, reopening, or incorporated into a source’s Oregon Title V Operating Permit up modification that involves a public notice. 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES C-86 Item G 000382

310 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 87 Page of 101 0-0010(3), LRAPA is designated s in this division and OAR 340-20 (5) Subject to the requirement rea of jurisdiction. in this division within its a by the EQC to implement the rules 10 Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468A.025, 468A.040, 468A.155 & 468A.3 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468A Hist.: DEQ 12-1993, f. & cert. ef. 9-24-93; DEQ 22-1995, f. & cert. ef. 10-6-95; DEQ 14-1999, f. & cert. ef. 10-14-99, Renumbered from 340-028-2100; DEQ 6-2001, f. 6-18-01, cert. ef. 7-1-01; 07; DEQ 7-2015, f. & cert. ef. 4-16-15 DEQ 8-2007, f. & cert. ef. 11-8- 340-218-0020, Applicability the following sources: (1) Except as provided in secti on (4), this division applies to (a) Any major source; (b) Any source, including an area source, subject to a standard, limitation, or other requirement under section 111 of the FCAA; (c) Any source, including an ar ea source, subject to a standard or other requirement under section ource is not required to obtain a permit solely because it is 112 of the FCAA, except that a s the FCAA; subject to regulations or requirements under section 112(r) of (d) Any affected source under Title IV; and (e) Any source in a source categ ory designated by the EQC under this rule. source with an Oregon Title V Operating Permit whose potential (2) The owner or operator of a to emit later falls below the emission level that causes it to be a major source, and which is not otherwise required to have an Oregon Title V Operating Permit, may submit a request for revocation of the Oregon Title V O the request for revocation does perating Permit. Granting of nce with all applicable requ irements or ACDP requirements. not relieve the source from complia (3) Synthetic minor sources. (a) A source which would otherwise be a major source subject to this division may choose to become a synthetic minor source by limiting its emissions below the emission level that causes it to be a major source through limits contained in an ACDP issued by DEQ under 340 division 216. equirements of the emission limiting conditions contained in (b) The reporting and monitoring r the ACDPs of synthetic minor sources issued by DEQ under OAR 34 0-216 must meet the 212-0010 through 340-212-0150 and divis ion 214. requirements of OAR 340- tial to emit above the major source (c) Synthetic minor sources who req uest to increase their poten nd must submit a permit emission rate thresholds will become subject to this division a PROPOSED RULES C-87 11/15/2018 Item G 000383

311 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 88 Page of 101 Operating Permit before application under OAR 340-218-0040 and obtain an Oregon Title V holds. or source emission rate thres increasing emissions above the maj t exceed the limitations on potential to emit are in violation of (d) Synthetic minor sources tha OAR 340-218-0020(1)(a). (4) Source category exemptions. t are not major so urces, affected sources, or solid d in 340-218-0020(1) tha (a) All sources liste ermit under section 129(e) of the FCAA are not waste incineration units require d to obtain a p ubject to a standard under section it, except non-major sources s required to obtain a Title V perm omulgated after July 21, 1992 111 or section 112 of the FCAA pr are required to obtain a Title V d from the requirement to obt ain a Title V permit in section permit unless specifically exempte 111 or 112 standards. s are exempted from the oblig ation to obtain an Oregon Title (b) The following source categorie V Operating Permit: (A) All sources and source categor ies that would be required to obtain a permit solely because they are subject to 40 C.F.R. part 60, subpart AAA — Standards of Performance for New Residential Wood Heaters; and (B) All sources and source categor ies that would be required to obtain a permit solely because they are subject to 40 C.F.R. part 61, subpart M — National Emission Standard for Hazardous ition and Renovation. Air Pollutants for Asbestos, section 61.145, Standard for Demol 18-0020(1) exempt from the requirement to obtain a permit (c) Any source listed in OAR 340-2 under this rule may opt to apply f or an Oregon Title V Operatin g Permit. (5) Sources subject to this di vision may also be subject to OAR 340-245-0005 through 340-245- 8050. (6) Emissions units and Oregon Title V Operating Permit program sources. DEQ will include in the permit all applicable requirements for all relevant emissions units in the Oregon Title V Operating Permit source, including any equipment used to support the major industrial group at the site. V Operating Permit program (7) Fugitive emissions. Fugitive emissions from an Oregon Title rmit application and the permit in the same manner as stack source must be included in the pe er the source category in questio emissions, regardless of wheth n is included in the list of sources contained in the definition of major source. ons. All emissions from insign (8) Insignificant activity emissi ificant activities, including ant emissions, must be included in categorically insignificant activities and aggregate insignific licability of any requirement. the determination of the app 11/15/2018 C-88 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000384

312 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 89 Page of 101 (9) Oregon Title V Operating Permit program sources that are re quired to obtain an ACDP, OAR Approval, OAR 340-210-0205 thr ough 340-210-0250, because 340 division 216, or a Notice of Oregon Title V Operating Permit of a Title I modification, must operate in compliance with the rate the ACDP or the Notice of until the Oregon Title V Operating Permit is revised to incorpo Approval for the Title I modification. Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468A.025, 468A.040 & 468A.310 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468A Hist.: DEQ 12-1993, f. & cert. ef. 9-24-93; DEQ 24-1994, f. & ef. 10-28-94; DEQ 22-1995, f. & cert. ef. 10-6-95; DEQ 24-1995, f. & cert. ef. 10-11-95; DEQ 1- 1997, f. & cert. ef. 1-21-97; DEQ 14-1998, f. & cert. ef. 9-14-98; DEQ 10-1999, f. & cert. ef. 7-1-99; DEQ 14-1999, f. & cert. ef. cert. ef. 7-1-01; DEQ 8- 10-14-99, Renumbered from 340-028-2110; DEQ 6-2001, f. 6-18-01, 5 2007, f. & cert. ef. 11-8-07; DEQ 7-2015, f. & cert. ef. 4-16-1 340-218-0030, Definitions , and this rule apply to this The definitions in OAR 340-200-0020, 340-204-0010, 340-245-0020 defined in this rule and 340-200-0020, 340-204-0010 or 340-245- division. If the same term is 0020, the definition in this rule applies to this division. Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020 & 468A Stats. Implemented: ORS 468A ert. ef. 4-16-15 Hist.: DEQ 14-1999, f. & cert. ef. 10-14-99; DEQ 7-2015, f. & c 340-218-0110, Permit Shield (1) Except as provided in this di vision, DEQ must expressly inc lude in an Oregon Title V Operating Permit a provision sta ting that compliance with the c onditions of the permit will be deemed compliance with any applicable requirements as of the date of permit issuance, provided that: lly identified in the permit; or (a) Such applicable requirement s are included an d are specifica mines in writing that other (b) DEQ, in acting on the permit application or revision, deter ied are not applicable to the source, and the permit includes the requirements specifically identif determination or a concise summary thereof. (2) An Oregon Title V Operating Permit that does not expressly state that a permit shield exists will be presumed not to provide such a shield. (3) Changes made to a permit using OAR 340-218-0150(1)(h) and 3 40-218-0180 will be shielded. PROPOSED RULES C-89 11/15/2018 Item G 000385

313 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 90 Page of 101 (4) Nothing in this rule or in any Oregon Title V Operating Per mit may alter or affect the following: gency) and ORS 468.035; (a) The provisions of ORS 468.115 (enforcement in cases of emer iolation of applicable requirements operator of a source for any v (b) The liability of an owner or prior to or at the time of permit issuance; am, consistent with section 408(a) (c) The applicable requirements of the national acid rain progr of the FCAA; or information from a source unde (d) The ability of DEQ to obtain r ORS 468.095 (investigatory authority, access to records). apply to conditions and requirem (5) The permit shield does not ents included in a Toxic Air Contaminant Permit Addendum or included in an Oregon Title V Op erating Permit under OAR A.025, 468A.040 & 340-245-0005 through 340-245-8050.Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468 468A.310 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468A Hist.: DEQ 12-1993, f. & cert. ef. 9-24-93; DEQ 22-1995, f. & cert. ef. 10-6-95; DEQ 14-1999, f. f. 6-18-01, cert. ef. 7-1-01; & cert. ef. 10-14-99, Renumbered from 340-028-2190; DEQ 6-2001, DEQ 7-2015, f. & cert. ef. 4-16-15 DIVISION 220 OREGON TITLE V OPERATING PERMIT FEES 340-220-0010,Purpose, Scope And Applicability on is to provide owners and opera tors of Oregon Title V Operating (1) The purpose of this divisi h the criteria and procedures to determine emissions and Permit program sources and DEQ wit fees based on air emissions and specific activities. (2) This division applies to O regon Title V Operating Permit pr ogram sources as defined in OAR 340-200-0020. (3) The owner or operator may elect to pay emission fees for ea ch regulated pollutant on either actual emissions or permitted emissions. ram defined in OAR 340-200- gon Title V Operating Permit prog (4) Sources subject to the Ore 340-220-0030 and an emission fee base fee established under 0020, are subject to both an annual calculated under 340-220-0040. ram may also be subject to gon Title V Operating Permit prog (5) Sources subject to the Ore specific activity fees (OAR 340-220-0050 and 340-216-0090). 11/15/2018 C-90 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000386

314 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 91 Page of 101 (6) DEQ will credit owners and operators of new Oregon Title V Operating Permit program paid Annual Fees. The credit sources for the unused portion of will begin from the date DEQ receives the Title V permit application. 0-0010(3), LRAPA is designated s in this division and OAR 340-20 (7) Subject to the requirement by the EQC to implement the rules in this division within its a rea of jurisdiction. Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468.065, 468A.310 & 468A.315 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468.065 & 468A.315 f. & cert. ef. 5-19-94; DEQ 22- Hist.: DEQ 20-1993(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 11-4-93; DEQ 13-1994, 6; DEQ 10-1999, f. & cert. ef. 7-1- 1995, f. & cert. ef. 10-6-95; DEQ 7-1996, f. & cert. ef. 5-31-9 99; DEQ 14-1999, f. & cert. ef. 10-14-99, Renumbered from 340-028-2560; DEQ 6-2001, f. 6- 7(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 8-17-07 thru 2-12-08; Administrative 18-01, cert. ef. 7-1-01; DEQ 6-200 . & cert. ef. 8-25-08; DEQ 7-2015, f. & cert. ef. 4-16-15 correction 2-22-08; DEQ 10-2008, f 340-220-0020, Definitions , and this rule apply to this The definitions in OAR 340-200-0020, 340-204-0010, 340-245-0020 defined in this rule and 340-200-0020, 340-204-0010 or 340-245- division. If the same term is ticulates. For purposes of this division, 0020, the definition in this rule applies to this division. Par culate matter (PM) and not PM10, particulates mean PM10; or if a source’s permit specifies parti then PM; or if a source’s perm it specifies PM2.5 and neither PM10 nor PM, then PM2.5. Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468.065, 468A.310 & 468A.315 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468.065 & 468A.315 Hist.: DEQ 14-1999, f. & cert. ef. 10-14-99; DEQ 6-2001, f. 6-1 8-01, cert. ef. 7-1-01; DEQ 6- 2007(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 8-17- 07 thru 2-12-08; Administrative correction 2-22-08; DEQ 10- 2008, f. & cert. ef. 8-25-08; D EQ 7-2015, f. & cert. ef. 4-16-1 5 340-220-0050, Specific Activity Fees V Operating Permit program source (1) DEQ will assess specific activity fees for an Oregon Title for the period of June 15, 2016 to January 19, 2017 as follows: permit revisions: (a) Existing source (A) Administrative* — $484; (B) Simple — $1,938; (C) Moderate — $14,536; (D) Complex — $29,072. (b) Ambient air monitoring review — $3,876. PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 C-91 Item G 000387

315 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 92 Page of 101 (2) DEQ will assess specific activity fees for an Oregon Title V Operating Permit program source as of January 20, 2017 as follows: (a) Existing source permit revisions: (A) Administrative* — $488; (B) Simple — $1,953; (C) Moderate — $14,653; (D) Complex — $29,306; and (b) Ambient air monitoring review — $3,907. gh (g). Other revisions NOTE : *Includes revisions specified in OAR 340-218-015 0(1)(a) throu specified in OAR 340-218-0150 are s ubject to simple, moderate o r complex revision fees. (3) DEQ will assess the following specific activity fee for an Oregon Title V Operating Permit program source for annual greenhous e gas reporting, as required by OAR 340-215-0060(1) — 12 percent of the follo wing, not to exceed $4,500*: fee under OAR 340-220-0030 (for the period of November 15 of (a) The applicable annual base the following year); and the current year to November 14 of (b) The applicable annual emission fee under OAR 340-220-0040. (4) DEQ will assess the following specific activity fees for an Oregon Title V Operating Permit for Cleaner Air Oregon program implementation, as required by O AR 340-245-0400 : (a) The annual base fee of $2,859; and (b) The annual emission fee of $21.61 per ton of each regulated pollutant for emissions during the previous calendar year , up to and including 7,000 tons of such emissions per year. The emission fee will be applied to emissions based on the election s made under OAR 340-220-0090. Stat. Auth.: ORS 468 & 468A Stats. Implemented: ORS 468 & 468A Hist.: DEQ 20-1993(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 11-4-93; DEQ 13-1994, f. & cert. ef. 5-19-94; DEQ 12- 1998, f. & cert. ef. 6-30-98; DEQ 10-1999, f. & cert. ef. 7-1-9 9; DEQ 14-1999, f. & cert. ef. 10- 14-99, Renumbered from 340-028-2600; DEQ 8-2000, f. & cert. ef. 6-6-00; DEQ 6-2001, f. 6- 01; DEQ 11-2003, f. & cert. ef. 7- 18-01, cert. ef. 7-1-01; DEQ 7-2001, f. 6-28-01, cert. ef. 7-1- f. 7-29-04; DEQ 6-2005, f. & cer t. ef. 7-11-05; DEQ 7-2006, 23-03; DEQ 6-2004, f. & cert. e mp), f. & cert. ef. 8-17-07 thru 2-12-08; Adm f.cert. ef. 6-30-06; DEQ 6-2007(Te inistrative correction 2-22-08; DEQ 10-2008, f . & cert. ef. 8-25-08; DEQ 4-2009(Temp), f. & cert. ef. 8-27- 09 thru 2-20-10; DEQ 9-2009(Temp), f. 12-24-09, cert. ef. 1-1-1 0 thru 6-30-10; Administrative C-92 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000388

316 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 93 Page of 101 . & cert. ef. 10-27-10; DEQ 16-2010, f. & cert. ef. 12-20-10; correction 7-27-10; DEQ 12-2010, f DEQ 11-2011, f. & cert. ef. 7-21-11; DEQ 12-2011, f. & cert. ef . 7-21-11; DEQ 5-2012, f. & 014, f. & cert. ef. 9-4-14; DEQ 2- cert. ef. 7-2-12; DEQ 9-2012, f. & cert. ef. 12-11-12; DEQ 10-2 Q 7-2016, f. & cert. ef. 6-9-16; DEQ 1-2017, f. & cert. ef. 1-19-17 2015, f. & cert. ef. 1-7-15; DE DIVISION 244 AIR POLLUTANT PROGRAM OREGON FEDERAL HAZARDOUS 340-244-8990, CAGM Rules Savings Provision ource that meets the applicabil (1) The owner or operator of a s ity requirements of either the acturing Facility Rules, OAR 340 Revised Colored Art Glass Manuf -245-9000 through 340-245- 340-244-9000 through 340- 9080 or the Colored Art Glass Manu facturing Facility Rules, OAR 340-245-9000 through 340-245-9080 and is subject to Cleaner 244-9090 must comply with OAR Air Oregon rules, OAR 340-245- 0005 through 340-245-8050, except as provided in sections (2) or (3). r Air Oregon rules, OAR 340-245-000 5 through 340-245-8050 are (2) In the event that Cleane subject to judicial challenge and a court order or injunction is issued that stays any rule or rules in n the owner or operat OAR 340-245-0005 through 340-245-8050, the or must comply with the Colored Art Glass Manufacturi ng Facility Rules, OAR 340-244-900 0 through 340-244-9090 for so long as the court order or injunc les in OAR 340-245-0005 through tion that stays any rule or ru 340-245-8050 remains in effect. (3) In the event that a court is sues an order that invalidates or repeals Cleaner Air Oregon rules, OAR 340-245-0005 through 340-245-8050, i n whole or in part, the n the owner or operator must comply with the Colored Art Glass Manufacturing Facility Rules, OAR 340-244-9000 through 340-244-9090. 340-244-9000, Colored Art Glass Manuf acturing Facility Rules; A pplicability and Jurisdiction 0.] es is subject to OAR 340-244-899 [NOTE: Application of these rul Notwithstanding OAR 340 division 246, OAR 340-244-9000 through 9090 apply to all facilities in the state of Oregon that: (1) Manufacture glass from raw materials, or a combination of raw materials and cullet, for: nterior design and other similar (a) Use in art, architecture, i lications, or decorative app PROPOSED RULES C-93 11/15/2018 Item G 000389

317 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 94 Page of 101 use in art, architecture, in terior design and other similar (b) Use by glass manufacturers for lications; and decorative app rials that contain glassmaking more of glass using raw mate (2) Manufacture 5 tons per year or HAPs. (3) Subject to the requirement 0-0010(3), LRAPA is designated s in this division and OAR 340-20 s area of jurisdiction. by the EQC to implement OAR 340-244-9000 through 9090 within it Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.020, 468A.025, & 468A.040 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468A.025, & 468A.040 DEQ 10-2016, f. & cert. ef. 10-3- cert. ef. 4-21-16 thru 10-17-16; Hist.: DEQ 4-2016(Temp), f. & 16 DIVISION 246 OREGON STATE AIR TOXICS PROGRAM 340-246-0010, Policy and Purpose The purpose of Oregon's state air toxics program is to address threats to public health and the nting the state delegated environment from toxic air pollu tants that remain after impleme technology-based strategies of the federal air toxics program in OAR 340-244-0010 through 340- 244-0252, Cleaner Air Oregon in OAR 340-245-0005 through 340-245-8050, and OAR 340-244- the federal Urban Air Toxics 9000 through 340-244-9090. Oregon's program meets the goals of Strategy by using a community-based effort that focuses on geographic areas of concern. It also addresses cases of elevated heal ons at stationary sources and source th risks from air toxics emissi categories of air toxics emissions. Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.035, 468A.010(1), 468A.015 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468A.015, 468A.025 Hist.: DEQ 15-2003, f. & cert. ef. 11-3-03 340-246-0090, Ambient Bench marks for Air Toxics (1) Purpose. Ambient benchmarks are concentrations of air toxic s that serve as goals in the Oregon Air Toxics Program. They are based on human health risk and hazard levels considering sensitive populations. Ambient benchmarks are not regulatory st andards, but reference values by which air toxics problems ca n be identified, addressed and eval uated. DEQ will use ambient benchmarks as indicated in these rules, to implement the Geographic, Source Category, and Safety Net Programs. Ambient benchmarks set by the procedures d escribed in this rule apply of the Lane Regional Air throughout Oregon, including that ar ea within the jurisdiction Protection Agency. In OAR 340-245-0300, ambient benchmarks may also be considered in the risk-based concentration hierar chy used to determine risk-based concentrations for purposes of 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES C-94 Item G 000390

318 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 95 Page of 101 245-8050. Ambient Cleaner Air Oregon regulations in OAR 340-245-0005 through 240- benchmarks are subject to public notice and comment before adop tion by the Environmental Quality Commission as administrative rules. (2) Establishing Ambient Benchmarks r ambient benchmark TSAC to prioritize air toxics fo (a) DEQ will consult with the A ir toxics are those that pose the greatest risk to public health. development. Highest priority a (b) To prioritize air toxics, DEQ will apply the criteria descr ibed in OAR 340-246-0090(2)(c) to modeling, monitoring, and emi ssions inventory data. ion criteria will include at l (c) Ambient benchmark prioritizat east the following: (A) Toxicity or potency of a pollutant; (B) Exposure and number of people at risk; (C) Impact on sensitive human populations; (D) The number and degree of predicted ambient benchmark exceed ances; and rough persistence and bio-accumul ation. (E) Potential to cause harm th nchmarks for proposal to the ATSAC based upon a protocol (d) DEQ will develop ambient be of plausible upper-bound exposures that neither grossly that uses reasonable estimates underestimate nor grossly overestimate risks. will propose ambient irst meeting of the ATSAC, DEQ (e) Within three months of the f highest priority air toxics for review by the ATSAC. DEQ will benchmark concentrations for the propose additional and revised air toxics ambient benchmarks fo r review by the ATSAC based on the prioritization c 246-0090(2)(c). Once the ATSAC has completed riteria in OAR 340- review of each set of proposed ambient benchmarks, DEQ will, within 60 days, begin the process to propose ambient benchmarks as administrative rules for adoption by the Environmental Quality Commission. (f) If DEQ is unable to propose ambient benchmarks to the ATSAC by the deadlines specified in EPA ambient benchmarks. If OAR 340-246-0090(2)(e), the ATSAC w ill review the most current EPA ambient benchmarks are not available, the ATSAC will review the best available information from other states and local air authorities. (g) The ATSAC will consider proposed ambient benchmarks and eva luate their adequacy for ding sensitive human meeting risk and hazard levels, considering human health, inclu populations, scientific uncertain ties, persistence, bio-accumul ation, and, to the extent possible, multiple exposure pathways. The ATSAC will conduct this review consistent with the criteria in dings to DEQ. If the ATSAC OAR 340-246-0090(2)(c) and (d). The ATSAC will report these fin PROPOSED RULES C-95 11/15/2018 Item G 000391

319 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 96 Page of 101 unanimously disagrees with DEQ's recommendation, DEQ will re-co nsider and re-submit its recommendation at a later date. (h) The ATSAC will complete review of and report findings on each set of ambient benchmarks as quickly as possible, but no later than 12 months after DEQ has proposed them. If the ATSAC nths after DEQ's proposal, is unable to complete review of ambient benchmarks within 12 mo DEQ will initiate rulemaking to propose ambient benchmarks. years and, if necessary, propose (i) DEQ will review all ambient benchmarks at least every five revised or additional ambient benchmarks to the ATSAC. At its d iscretion, DEQ may review and propose a benchmark for review by the ATSAC at any time when ne w information is available. (3) Ambient Benchmarks. Benchmark concentrations are in units o f micrograms of air toxic per cubic meter of ambient air, on a mical Abstract Service Registry n average annual basis. The Che hown in parentheses. Number (CASRN) is s acetaldehyde (75- 07-0) is 0.45 mi crograms per cubic meter. (a) The ambient benchmark for grams per cubic meter. (b) The ambient benchmark for acrolein (107-02-8) is 0.35 micro acrylonitrile (107-13-1) is 0.01 (c) The ambient benchmark for micrograms per cubic meter. rams per cubic meter. (d) The ambient benchmark for ammonia (7664-41-7) is 500 microg arsenic (7440-38-2) is 0.0002 micrograms per cubic meter. (e) The ambient benchmark for ams per cubic meter. (f) The ambient benchmark for benzene (71-43-2) is 0.13 microgr (g) The ambient benchmark for beryllium (7440-41-7) is 0.0004 micrograms per cubic meter. (h) The ambient benchmark for 1,3- butadiene (106-99-0) is 0.03 micrograms per cubic meter. (i) The ambient benchmark for cadmium and cadmium compounds (74 40-43-9) is 0.0006 micrograms per cubic meter. (j) The ambient benchmark for carbon disulfide (75-15-0) is 800 micrograms per cubic meter. carbon tetrachlori 0.2 micrograms per cubic meter. de (56-23-5) is (k) The ambient benchmark for grams per cubic meter. (l) The ambient benchmark for chlorine (7782-50-5) is 0.1 micro grams per cubic meter. loroform (67-66-3) is 300 micro (m) The ambient benchmark for ch is 0.00008 micrograms per hromium, hexavalent (18540-29-9) (n) The ambient benchmark for c cubic meter. C-96 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000392

320 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 97 Page of 101 (o) The ambient benchmark for cobalt and cobalt compounds (7440 -48-4) is 0.1 micrograms per cubic meter. dichlorobenzene (106-46-7) is 0.09 micrograms per cubic (p) The ambient benchmark for 1,4- meter. (q) The ambient benchmark for 1,3-dichloropropene (542-75-6) is 0.25 micrograms per cubic meter. (r) The ambient benchmark for diesel particulate matter (none) is 0.1 micrograms per cubic meter. The benchmark for diesel particulate matter applies only to such material from diesel- fueled internal combustion sources. 0.00000003 micrograms per (s) The ambient benchmark for dioxins and furans (1746-01-6) is cubic meter. The benchmark for dioxin is for total chlorinated dioxins and furans expressed as 2,3,7,8-TCDD toxicity equivalents. hyl benzene (100-41-4) is 0.4 m icrograms per cubic meter. (t) The ambient benchmark for et 0.002 micrograms per cubic (u) The ambient benchmark for ethylene dibromide (106-93-4) is meter. thylene dichloride (107-06-2) is (v) The ambient benchmark for e 0.04 micrograms per cubic meter. (w) The ambient benchmark fo r ethylene oxide (75-21-8) is 0.000 3 micrograms per cubic meter. (x) The ambient benchmark for for maldehyde (50-00-0) is 0.2 mic rograms per cubic meter. (y) The ambient benchmark for n-hexane (110-54-3) is 700 micrograms per cubic meter. (z) The ambient benchmark for hydrogen chloride (7647-01-0) is 20 micrograms per cubic meter. nide (74-90-8) is 0. (aa) The ambient benc 8 micrograms per cubic meter. hmark for hydrogen cya (bb) The ambient benchmark for fluoride anion (7664-39-3) is 13 micrograms per cubic meter. -1) is 0.15 micrograms per (cc) The ambient benchmark for lead and lead compounds (7439-92 cubic meter. (dd) The ambient benchmark for manganese and manganese compounds (7439-96-5) is 0.09 micrograms per cubic meter. (ee) The ambient benchmark for elemental mercury (7439-97-6) is 0.3 micrograms per cubic meter. PROPOSED RULES C-97 11/15/2018 Item G 000393

321 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 98 Page of 101 ethyl bromide (74-83-9) is 5 micrograms per cubic meter. (ff) The ambient benchmark for m (gg) The ambient benchmark for methyl chloride (74-87-3) is 90 micrograms per cubic meter. (hh) The ambient benchmark for me thyl chloroform (71-55-6) is 5,000 micrograms per cubic meter. 100 micrograms per cubic meter. (ii) The ambient benchmark for m ethylene chloride (75-09-2) is crograms per cubic meter. (jj) The ambient benchmark for naphthalene (91-20-3) is 0.03 mi (kk) The benchmark for soluble nickel compounds (various) is 0.01 micrograms per cubic meter, ), nickel chloride (7718-54-9), where soluble nickel compounds include nickel acetate (373-20-4 kel hydroxide (12054-48-7), nickel carbonate (3333-39-3), nickel carbonyl (13463-39-3), nic nickelocene 1271-28-9), nickel sulfate 7786-81-4), nickel sulfate hexahydrate 10101-97-0), 13478-00-7), and nickel carbonate hydroxide (12607-70-4). nickel nitrate hexahydrate ( (ll) The ambient benchmark for ous) is 0.004 micrograms per insoluble nickel compounds (vari bsulfide (12035-72-2), nickel cubic meter, where insoluble nickel compounds include nickel su oxide (1313-99-1), nickel sulfid e (11113-75-0), and nickel meta l (7440-02-0). crograms per cubic meter. (mm) The ambient benchmark f or phosphine (7803-51-2) is 0.8 mi r phosphoric acid (7664-38-2) is 1 (nn) The ambient benchmark fo 0 micrograms per cubic meter. (oo) The ambient benchmark for total (as the sum of congeners) polychlorinated biphenyls (1336-36-3) is 0.01 micrograms per cubic meter. (pp) The ambient benchmark for total polycyclic aromatic hydroc arbons (none) is 0.002 micrograms per cubic meter, whe lic aromatic hydrocarbons are th e sum of the re total polycyc respect to benzo(a)pyrene (50 -32-8)) adjusted concentrations toxicity equivalency factor (with for all of the following indivi dual 26 polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons: 5-methylchrysene (3697- 24-3); 6-nitrochrysene (7496-02-8); acenaphthene (83-32-9); ace naphthylene (208-96-8); anthanthrene (191-26-4); anthracene (120-12-7); benz(a)anthrace ne (56-55-3); benzo(a)pyrene (50-32-8); benzo(b)fluo ranthene (205-99-6); benzo(c)fluoranthen e (243-17-4); benzo(e)pyrene (192-97-2); benzo(g,h,i)perylene (1 ne ( 205-82-3); 91-24-2); benzo(j)fluoranthe benzo(k)fluoranthene (207-08-9); chrysene (218-01-9); cyclopent a(c,d)pyrene (27208-37-3); ; dibenzo(a,e)pyrene (192-65-4); dibenzo(a,h)pyrene (189-64- dibenz(a,h)anthracene (226-36-8) e (206-44-0); rene (191-30-0); fluoranthen 0); dibenzo(a,i)pyrene (189-55-9) ; dibenzo(a,l)py fluorene (86-73-7); indeno(1,2,3-c, d)pyrene (193-39-5); phenanthrene (85-01-8); and pyrene (129-00-0). (qq) The ambient benchmark for tetrachloroethylene (127-18-4) is 4 micrograms per cubic meter. toluene (108-88-3) is 5,000 micrograms per cubic meter. (rr) The ambient benchmark for PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 C-98 Item G 000394

322 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 99 Page of 101 (ss) The ambient benchmark fo r 2,4- & 2,6 toluene diisocyanate, mixture (26471-62-5) is 0.02 micrograms per cubic meter. .2 micrograms per cubic meter. richloroethylene (79-01-6) is 0 (tt) The ambient benchmark for t micrograms per cubic meter. vinyl chloride (75-01-4) is 0.1 (uu) The ambient benchmark for r white phosphorus (7723-14-0) is 9 micrograms per cubic meter. (vv) The ambient benchmark fo (ww) The ambient benchmark for xylenes, mixed (1330-20-7) is 20 0 micrograms per cubic meter. (xx) The ambient benchmark fo 2.0 micrograms per cubic r hydrogen sulfide (7783-06-4) is meter. ograms per cubic meter. methanol (67-56-1) is 4,000 micr (yy) The ambient benchmark for hmark for phosgene ( 75-44-5) is 0.3 micrograms per cubic meter. (zz) The ambient benc 0.5 micrograms per cubic (aaa) The ambient benchmark for n-propyl bromide (106-94-5) is meter. tration for styrene (100-42-5 (bbb) The ambient benchmark concen ) is 1,000 micrograms per cubic meter. Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.035, 468A.010(1) & 468A.015 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468A.015, 468A.025 Hist.: DEQ 15-2003, f. & cert. ef. 11-3-03; DEQ 12-2006, f. & cert. ef. 8-15-06 340-246-0190, Air Toxics Safety N et Program (0190 through 0230) (1) The purpose of the Air Toxics Safety Net Program is to address human exposures at public receptors to air toxics emissions from stationary sources that are not addressed by other regulatory programs or the Geogr aphic Program. It is the Commis sion's expectation that the Safety Net Program in O AR 340-246-0190 through 340-246-0230 will apply only rarely. (2) Subject to the requirements contained in OAR 340-246-0190 through 340-246-0230, the Lane Regional Air Pollution Authority is designated by the Commissio n as the agency responsible for of jurisdiction. The requirements implementing the Air Toxics Safety Net Program within its area and procedures contained in this rule must be used by the Regio nal Authority to implement the Air Toxics Safety Net Program unl ess the Regional Authority ado pts superseding rules, which adopted by the Commiss rictive as the rules are at least as rest ion. Toxics Safety Net Program if all of (3) Selection of Sources. DEQ will select a source for the Air the following criteria are met: C-99 11/15/2018 PROPOSED RULES Item G 000395

323 incorporated Attachment Other divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 100 Page of 101 ng information, gathered using appropriate EPA or other published (a) DEQ has ambient monitori standard methods that concentrations of air toxics have caused an international, national, or state ting expected human exposure to exceedance of at least one ambient benchmark at a site represen utside of the source's ownership or a public receptor in a location o air toxics from the source at control. alone have caused an exceedance e source's air toxics emissions (b) DEQ has information that th ed human exposure to air toxics of at least one ambient benchm ark at a site representing expect the source's ownership or control. tor, in a location outside of from the source at a public recep This could be based on emissions inventory, modeling or other information. idual risk assessment under the scheduled for a federal res (c) The source is not subject to or federal Clean Air Act sec tion 112(f)(2) through (6). der OAR chapter 340, division (d) The source is not subject to the permitting requirements un 245. (e) The source is not subject to an emissions limit or control requirement imposed as the result of modeling or a risk assessment performed or required by DEQ prior to November 1, 2003 for the air toxics that exceed the ambient benchmarks. (f) The source is located outsi de of a selected geographic area , as designated in OAR 340-246- 0130 through 0170. . Before requiring a source to conduct a (4) Air Toxics Science Advisor y Committee Review source-specific risk assessment, DEQ will present its analysis to the ATSAC. Within 120 days, sis and make a finding. If the A TSAC concurs with DEQ or the ATSAC will review the analy takes no action, DEQ may proceed under this rule. If the ATSAC objects, DEQ will not proceed until it receives concurrence from the Commission. (5) Source-Specific Exposure Modeling and Risk Assessment. Upon written notification by DEQ, a source must conduct a risk assessment including exposure modeling for the air toxics measured at levels above ambient benchmarks. The source must us e a risk assessment methodology provided by DEQ. This risk assessment will provide the basis for establishing air eptors in areas outside of a source's toxics emissions reductions or de monstrating that at public rec ownership or control, people ar e not being exposed to air toxic s at levels that exceed the ambient benchmarks. (6) Risk Assessment Methodology. DEQ will provide guidance on t he methods to be used. The ith the ATSAC and will result risk assessment methodology will be developed in consultation w in a protocol that: (a) Uses reasonable estimate s of plausible upper-bound exposure s that neither grossly underestimate nor grossl y overestimate risks; PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 C-100 Item G 000396

324 incorporated Other Attachment divisions, edits C: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting 101 Page of 101 bilities of risks actually occu rring, the range of size of the (b) Considers the range of proba easonably likely future land uses; populations likely to be exposed t o the risk, and current and r (c) Defines the use of high-e ases and assumptions; nd and central-tendency exposure c ogens; and (d) Develops values associated with chronic exposure for carcin and non-carcinogenic air toxics and allows for detailed exposure (e) Addresses both carcinogenic assessments to the extent possible. (7) Review and Acceptance by DEQ. D EQ will evaluate the risk assessment for adequacy and strate that the source is not causing e results. If the results demon completeness before accepting th human exposures to air toxics at benchmarks at public receptors, levels that exceed the ambient nership or control, and DEQ has received concurrence from the in areas outside the source's ow uctions will not be required that air toxics emissions red ATSAC, DEQ will notify the source under this rule. Stat. Auth.: ORS 468.035, 468A.010(1), 468A.015 Stats. Implemented: ORS 468A.015, 468A.025 Hist.: DEQ 15-2003, f. & cert. ef. 11-3-03 C-101 PROPOSED RULES 11/15/2018 Item G 000397

325 shown Attachment Source sampling manual Vol. 1, edits D: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Air Quality Program Page 1 of 64 Source Sampling Manual Volume 1 January, 1976 Revisions: April, 1979 Operations August, 1981 Air Quality Division January, 1992 April, 2015 700 NE Multnomah St., November, 2018 Suite 600811 SW 6th Avenue Portland, OR 9723204 Phone: (503) 229-5696 (800) 452-4011 Fax: (503) 229-6762 Contact: Jill InaharaMark Bailey www.oregon.gov /DEQ DEQ is a leader in restoring, maintaining and enhancing the quality of Oregon’s air, ld d G 000398 Item Oregon Department of Environmental Quality

326 1, edits Attachment Source sampling manual Vol. D: shown Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 2 of 64 This report prepared by: Oregon Department of Environmental Quality St., Suite 600 700 NE Multnomah th Avenue 811 SW 6 3204 Portland, OR 972 1-800-452-4011 www.oregon.gov/deq Contact: Mark Bailey, 541-633-2006 Jill Inahara, 503-229-5001 be made available. Alternative formats (Braille, large type) of this document can Contact DEQ’s Office of Communica tions & Outreach, Portland, at 96. 503-229-5696, or toll-free in Oregon at 1-800-452-4011, ext. 56 Item G 000399 State of Oregon Department of Environmental Quality i i

327 1, edits Attachment Source sampling manual Vol. D: shown Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 3 of 64 Source Sampling Manual Table of Contents EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ... ... iv INTRODUCTION ... 1 1.0 PURPOSE AND SCOPE ... 1.1. ... 1 1.2. 1 ... APPLICABILITY ... 2.0 SOURCE SAMPLING GENERAL REQUIREMENTS ... ... 1 2.1. ... 1 TESTING DEADLINES FOR CONDUCTING SOURCE SAMPLING ... 2.2. DEPARTMENT NOTIFICATION ... 2 ... 2.3. 2 SOURCE TEST PLAN ... MODIFICATIONS/ALTERNATIVES TO METHODS OR PROCEDURES ... ... 2 2.4. 3 ... 2.5. SAMPLE REPLICATES ... ... 3 SAMPLE POSTPONEMENTS & STOPPAGES ... 2.6. 2.7. TEST DURATION & SAMPLE VOLUMES ... ... 4 4 ... ON LIMIT ... 2.8. IN-STACK DETECTI 2.9. REPRESENTATIVE TESTING CONDITIONS ... 6 2.10. SIGNIFICANT FIGURES & ROUNDING PROCEDURES ... ... 6 2.11. ... 7 REPORTING & RECORDKEEPING ... ... 8 3.0 SAMPLING METHODS ... 8 3.1. ESTABLISHED SAMPLING METHODS ... ... 9 3.2. DEQ SOURCE SAMPLING METHODS ... ... 10 3.3. QUALITY ASSURANCE REQUIREMENTS ... ... A APPENDIX A - SOURCE TEST PLAN & REPORTING REQUIREMENTS ... ... B APPENDIX B - LISTING OF SOURCE SAMPLING METHODS ... ... C APPENDIX C - OREGON DEQ SOURCE SAMPLING METHODS ... ... C.4 SUB-APPENDIX C-4 - OREGON DEQ SOURCE SAMPLING METHOD 4 ... SUB-APPENDIX C-5 - OREGON DEQ SOURCE SAMPLING METHOD 5 ... ... C.5 SUB-APPENDIX C-7 - OREGON DEQ SOURCE SAMPLING METHOD 7 ... ... C.7 ... C.8 SUB-APPENDIX C-8 - OREGON DEQ SOURCE SAMPLING METHOD 8 ... APPENDIX D - GENERAL CALIBRATION REQUIREMENTS ... D Item G 000400 State of Oregon Department of Environmental Quality iii

328 D: manual shown 1, edits Vol. Attachment sampling Source 2018, EQC meeting Nov. 15-16, Source Sampling Manual 4 of 64 Page Executive Summary ethods for conducting source DEQ’s Source Sampling Manual provides the procedures and test m sampling (i.e., stack testing) at facilities regulated by DEQ. The manual includes procedures for notifying DEQ of testing projects; preparing and obtaining appr oval of source test plans prior to conducting the testing; and preparing source test reports after the testing is completed. The manual identifies established sampling methods that are approve d for source sampling projects, as well as procedures for obtaining approval for modifications or alternatives to the methods. federal methods that have been incorporated by reference. Most of the sampling methods are However, there are several test methods that are unique to DEQ. The Source Sampling Manual 85. The Source was first written in 1976 with r evisions in 1979, 1981, 1992, 2 015 and 201 an. regon’s State Implementation Pl Sampling Manual is included in O G 000401 Item State of Oregon Department of Environmental Quality v i

329 Source shown Vol. Attachment D: manual sampling 1, edits meeting Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC Source Sampling Manual Page 5 of 64 1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1. PURPOSE AND SCOPE This manual has been prepared by the Oregon Department of Envir onmental Quality (DEQ) for mpling of exhaust gas streams the purpose of delineating practices for the measurement and sa strative Rules. Within this originating from point sources in accordance with Oregon Admini document, the references to permit signify either an Air Contaminant Discharge Permit (ACDP) or an Oregon Title V Operating Permit, both issued by the State of Oregon. sonnel, testing contractors, and permittees. Collectively, with This manual applies to DEQ per permit requirements and promulgated sampling guidance documents , it outlines source sampling rce emissions testing. Unless techniques approved by DEQ for use in conducting stationary sou otherwise specified in an Oregon Administrative Rule, permit, or DEQ letter, these general requirements must be followed when conducting source testing in Oregon. If there is a conflict with a permit or rule and this manual, the permit or rule will take precedence. ll previous versions 85 revision of the Source Sampling Manual, Volume I, supersedes a This 201 of this manual. 1.2. APPLICABILITY The procedures specified in this manual are standard requirements for measuring point source emissions under normal circumstances. Methods or techniques not cited in this manual may be approved on a case-by-case basis. emissions (i.e. stack testing) is conducted to determine the The measurement of point source quantity, concentration, or destruction/removal of a specific pollutant or pollutants being emitted into the atmosphere by a regulated or non-regulated source. other agencies or organizations. This manual references test m ethods published by DEQ, EPA, and 2.0 SOURCE SAMPLING GENERAL REQUIREMENTS 2.1. TESTING DEADLINES FOR CONDUCTING SOURCE SAMPLING ng Regulation(s) 2.1.a. Identifyi The deadlines for conducting source sampling projects may be es tablished by any or all of the following: Air Contaminant Discharge Permit;   Oregon Title V Operating Permit;  Chapter 340 of Oregon Administrative Rules; G 000402 Item 1 State of Oregon Department of Environmental Quality

330 Source shown D: Attachment sampling manual Vol. 1, edits 2018, 15-16, meeting EQC Nov. Source Sampling Manual 6 of 64 Page  Title 40 of Code of Federal Regulations; or  Enforcement document (e.g., Mutual Agreement Order). 2.1.b. Time Extensions For sampling projects conducted to meet federal & state requirements, regulatory provisions to extend testing deadlines are limited and take int o account the ce by the required deadline circumstances contributing to the delay. Failure to test a sour may violate federal or state rul e and may result in enforcement actions. 2.2. DEPARTMENT NOTIFICATION DEQ must be notified of all source sampling projects that are r equired by DEQ, including federal requirements that have b een delegated to DEQ by the Environmental Protection Agency t receive notification at least or by permit condition, DEQ mus (EPA). Unless specified by rule submitted electronically or by 30 days in advance of the source test date. Notification may be hardcopy, and accompanied by a source test plan. In addition, ot required by DEQ DEQ must be notified of all source sampling projects that are n if test results are DEQ recommends for sampling projects that are that the person responsible , used as evidence in an relied upon in permitting a source not required by DEQ, but may be compliance with non- delegated federal enforcement case, or used to demonstratedemonstrating requirements ., notify DEQ of the sampling project schedule. 2.3. SOURCE TEST PLAN A source test plan must be approved by DEQ in advance of all so urce sampling projects that are Q by EPA. If not otherwise required by DEQ, including federal requirements delegated to DE specified by rule or permit condition, DEQ must be provided at least 30 days to review and approve source test plans. For r rmit or rule often specifies 15 outine testing programs, the pe up to 45 days notice. Conversely, particularly complex source testing pr ograms may require for protocol approval. The source test plan may be prepared by the source owner, days or more operator, or consultant represen ting the owner or operator. The source test plan will be reviewed n agent by the DEQ or by a consultant representing DEQ. A source test plan must include, as a minimum, the information stipulated by Table A-1 in include a copy of the p Appendix A. The source test plan should not ublished sampling method ddition, sample system diagrams unless specifically requested by th e regulating authority. In a be included within the source test plan unless the proposed sc should not hematic deviates from published methodology. 2.4. MODIFICATIONS/ALTERNATIVES TO METHODS OR PROCEDURES 2.4.a. Testing Project s Required by DEQ All modifications and/or alterna tives to testing methods or pro cedures that are oval from DEQ prior ng requirements must receive appr performed to satisfy DEQ testi be addressed within the to their use in the field. When possible, these requests are to Source Test Plan. Item G 000403 2 State of Oregon Department of Environmental Quality

331 Source shown 1, edits Vol. manual sampling D: Attachment 2018, EQC meeting Nov. 15-16, Source Sampling Manual Page 7 of 64 If the need for testing modifications or alterations to the app roved Source Test Plan is discovered during field activities , approval must first be obta ined from the observing Department representative. If a DEQ representative is not on site during field activities, approval from any DEQ Source Test Coordinator or other DEQ repr esentative may be obtained. Significant Cc hanges not acknowledged by the DEQ could be basis for invalidating an entire test run and potentially the entire test ing program. Documentation t and include an porated in the source test repor of any deviations must be incor evaluation of the impact of the deviation on the test data. 2.4.b. Testing Projects Require d by Federal Regulations equirements (e.g. NSPS, For all testing projects performed to satisfy federal testing r NESHAP), approval for modificati ons and alterations of federal testing requirements must follow the procedures outlin ed in the Emission Measurement Center Guideline Document GD-022R3. As per this guideline, minor changes to test methods and procedures may be approved by D EQ personnel. All other changes must be approved by EPA. enforceable test method Minor change to a test method is a modification to a federally that (a) does not decrease the stringency of the emission limitation or standard; (b) has no national significance (e.g., does not affect implementation of the applicable precedent, and individually ources, does not set a national regulation for other affected s does not result in a revision to the test method); and (c) is s ite-specific, made to reflect or accommodate the operational characteristics, physical constr aints, or safety concerns of an affected source. Examples of minor changes to a test proc edure are:  Modified sampling traverse or location to avoid interference fr om an obstruction in the stack,  Increasing the sampling time or volume,  Use of additional impingers for a high moisture situation,  conducted Accepting particulate emission results for a test run that was with a lower than specified temperature, Substitution of a material in the  demonstrated sampling train that has been to be more inert for the sample matrix, and  Changes in recovery and analytical techniques such as a change in QA/QC requirements needed to adjust for analysis of a certain sample matrix. ( Per memo from John S. Seitz, Director OAQPS, Delegation of 40 CFR Part 63 General Provisions Authorities to State and Local Air Pollution Control Agencies, Attachment 1, July 10, 1998) 2.5. SAMPLE REPLICATES Unless otherwise specified by permit, State rule, federal regulation, or Department letter, each as for source test must consist of at least three (3) test runs and the emission results reported valid test runs. If for reasons b eyond each run individually and as the arithmetic average of all the control of the permittee (e.g., forced shutdown, extreme meteorological conditions, failure of an irreplaceable portion of the sample train) a test run is invalidated and cannot be replaced by a valid test run, DEQ may consider accepting two (2) test ru ns for demonstrating compliance cluding those deemed invalid, are with the emission limit or sta ndard. However, all test runs, in to be included in the test report. Item G 000404 3 State of Oregon Department of Environmental Quality

332 shown manual D: Attachment sampling Vol. 1, edits Source meeting Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC Source Sampling Manual Page 8 of 64 2.6. SAMPLE POSTPONEMENTS & STOPPAGES It is acceptable to postpone a scheduled test or suspend a test in progress if the discontinuation truction delays beyond the is due to equipment failure beyond the facility’s control, cons facility’s control, severe mete orological conditions, and situations that would jeopardize the is underway, the permittee should safety of the testing contractors and/or operators. If the test he test run. All recoverable test information (process & sample make every effort to complete t data) must be available for DEQ review. It is unacceptable to postpone or suspend a test run in progress if it is discontinued because the source is not able to comply with an emission limit , or verify an existing emission factor , or comply with a control equipment performance standard. The permittee must provide DEQ nt or stoppage, and any data written documentation explaining the reasons for the postponeme tion and all available stack test collected prior to the stoppage . DEQ will review the documenta violation occurred. data to determine if a 2.7. TEST DURATION & SAMPLE VOLUMES 2.7.a. General Duration & Volume Requirements Unless otherwise specified by permit, state rule, federal regul ation, or Department . For criteria pollutants letter, each source test must be a minimum of one (1) hour long (PM, PM , SO , PM , NO , CO, & VOCs) measured utiliz ing wet-chemistry methods, 2.5 10 x x the sample volume must be sufficient to ensure a minimum In-Sta ck Detection Limit n 2.8 of this manual for (ISDL) of one-half (1/2) the emission standard. Refer to Sectio the definition and calculation of ISDL. or source test plan by rulein a rule, or Unless otherwise specified permit condition, approval letter, all toxic air contaminants and hazardous air pollutants (HAPs) sampling ecovered is at least ample volumes so that the mass r programs must ensure adequate s five (5) times the limit of detection for the analytical method chosen. Alternatively, the standard. ISDL must be less than or equal to one-fifth (1/5) the emission For purposes of this section, “emission standard” refers to emission limits (other than Plant Site Emission Limits), emission factor(s), and/or destruc tion and removal efficiencies. 2.7.b. DEQ Methods Specific Duration & Volume Requirements eater of 31.8 dry m sample volume must be the gr For DEQ Methods 5 & 7, the minimu -Stack Detection Limit standard cubic feet (dscf) or sufficient to ensure a minimum In e minimum sample (ISDL) of one-half (1/2) the emission standard. In addition, th duration must be 60 minutes. me must be the For DEQ Method 8 (high volume sampler), the minimum sample volu ensure a minimum In-Stack greater of 150 dry standard cubic feet (dscf) or sufficient to Detection Limit of one-half (1/2) the emission standard. In add ition, the minimum sample duration must be 15 minutes. 2.8. IN-STACK DETECTION LIMIT G 000405 Item State of Oregon Department of Environmental Quality 4

333 Source shown D: Attachment sampling manual Vol. 1, edits 2018, 15-16, meeting EQC Nov. Source Sampling Manual 9 of 64 Page tection Limit (ISDL) 2.8.a. General In-Stack De In general practice, the In-Stack Detection Limit (ISDL) is defined as follows: AxB  ISDL C Where: In-Stack detection limit ISDL = Analytical detection limit for analyte (e.g., pollutant) in a = A sample matrix (e.g., solution, filter, resin) = Quantity of sample matrix (e.g. milliliters of solution) B C = Volume of stack gas sampled Example: For an HCl sample with the following characteristics: A = 1 ug (HCl) per ml of solution; = 300 mls of sample solution; and B C . 1 dscm of exhaust gas (C) drawn through the sample solution = The ISDL in ug/dscm would be calculated as follows: ISDL = (A x B)/C ISDL = (1 ug/ml x 300 ml)/1 dscm ISDL = 300 ug/dscm 2.8.b. ISDL for Particu late Measurement Methods When calculating the ISDL for particulate sampling methods, the analytical detection limits (A) are: 7 mg for ODEQ Methods 5 & 7 (total particulate),   rticulate), 3 mg for EPA Methods 5, 5A, 5B, 5D, 5E, 5F, & 17 (filterable pa  4 mg for EPA Method 202 (condensable particulate), and 100 mg for ODEQ Method 8 (high vo lume sampler-filterable partic  ulate). te sampling methods, Additionally, when calculating the ISDL for the above particula 1 sample train B" in equation) equals “" character " "”. the quantity of sample matrix ( 2.8.c. ISDL for Instrumental Monitoring Reference Methods hods (i.e., 3A, 6C, The ISDL for continuous emission monitoring (CEM) reference met 16C/16A, 7E, 10, 20, & 25A), is equal to the sensitivity of the instru mentation, which is two percent (2%) of the span value (as per the CEMS Methods). 2.8.d. ISDL Expressed on a M ass Rate or Process Rate Basis G 000406 Item 5 State of Oregon Department of Environmental Quality

334 sampling shown D: 1, edits Vol. manual Source Attachment EQC meeting 15-16, Nov. 2018, Source Sampling Manual of 64 Page 10 If the emission standard is expressed on a mass rate basis, a representative flow and/or process rate is to be applied in conjunction with the ISDL (on a concentration basis) to obtain a value expressed in comparable units. 2.9. REPRESENTATIVE TESTING CONDITIONS ck test must successfully ith an emission standard, the sta For demonstrating compliance w demonstrate that a facility is capable of complying with the applicable standard under all normal operating conditions. There ould conduct the source test fore, an owner or operator sh while operating under typical worst-case conditions that genera te the highest emissions. During the compliance demonstration, new or modified equipment should operate at levels that equal or exceed ninety-percent (90%) of the design capacity. For existin g equipment, emission units should operate at levels that equal or exceed ninety-percent (9 0%) of normal maximum operating rates. Furthermore, the process material(s) and fuel( s) that generate the highest emissions for the pollutant(s) being tested should be used during the testing. Operating requirements for performance tests are often specified by State or federal rule, or by permit condition. When verifying or determining an emission factor, the stack tes t must generate an emission factor that represents normal emissions for the operating condi tion tested. Multiple testing projects may be required for sources that experience large variations in process rates, have frequent start-ups and shut-dow ns, use multiple fuel combinations, utilize numerous process materials, or manufacture diverse products. establishformulate , or to or an emission factor, Whether sampling to demonstrate compliance to support an toxic air contaminant risk assessment, it is imperative to describe in detail the proposed process conditions within the Source Test Plan. Refer to Ss ection 2.3 and Appendix A of this manual for Source Test Plan requirements. 2.10. SIGNIFICANT FIGURES & ROUNDING PROCEDURES 2.10.a. Significant Figures All federal emission standards have at least two (2) significant figures but no more Seitz to New than three (3) (Memorandum from William G. Lawton and John S. Source Performance Standards/National Emission Standards for Hazardous Pollutants elines”, June 6, Compliance Contacts, subject “Performance Test Calculation Guid 1990). For example, 0.04 gr/dscf is considered to be 0.040 gr/dscf and 90 mg/dscm is considered to be 90. mg/dscm. Generally, DEQ emission standards have at least two (2) significant figures. e defined by the However, the number of significant figures for DEQ standards ar e 40. lbs/hr and 0.1 standards themselves. For example, 40 lbs/hr is considered to b gr/dscf does not include additional significant figures. It is imperative to maintain an appropriate number of significa nt figures within the intermediate calculations to mi nimize the discrepancy of result s due to rounding inconsistencies. In general, at least five (5) significant figures should be retained throughout the intermediate calculations. Item G 000407 6 State of Oregon Department of Environmental Quality

335 sampling D: Source Attachment manual Vol. 1, edits shown EQC Nov. 15-16, meeting 2018, Source Sampling Manual of 64 11 Page 2.10.b. Rounding Procedures difference between The procedure for rounding of a figure or a result may mean the the routine onstrating a violation. Based on demonstrating compliance or dem TM, Standard for for Testing and Materials (AS specified by the American Society Metric Practice E 380) the following procedure must be used: If the first digit to be discarded is less than five (5), the last digit retained should ed is greater than five (5), or if it is a not be changed. When the first digit discard five (5) followed by at least one digit other than zero (0), the last figure retained first digit discarded is exactly five, should be increased by one unit. When the retained should be rounded upward if it followed only by zeros (0s), the last digit is an odd number, but no adjustment made if it is an even number. For example, if the emission sta 040341 would be ndard is 0.040 gr/dscf, then 0. rounded to 0.040, 0.040615 would be rounded to 0.041, 0.040500 would be rounded e significant figures to 0.040, and 0.041500 would be rounded to 0.042 (note that fiv were retained prior to rounding). 2.11. REPORTING & RECORDKEEPING 2.11.a. Report Content & Format At a minimum, the content of the source sampling report must be consistent with the requirements outlined in Table A-2 in Appendix A. DEQ recognize s that the presentation and format of the reports will vary between sampli ng projects and testing contractors. However, the report must comprehensively include a ll essential information and maintain suffici ent detail to satisfactorily communicate the test objectives and results. ts should be published To conserve storage space and natural resources, all test repor utilizing both-sides of each page. In addition, each page of the report body and of the appendices is to be numbered for ease of reference. Refer to Se ction 2.11.b. for information on the Source Test Audit Report. 2.11.b. Source Test Audit Report (STAR) A Source Testing Audit Report (STAR) is required for all testin by DEQ. g required ity of the owner or Like test reports, the submittal of the STAR is the responsibil he STAR or if the operator. DEQ may not accept test reports that do not include t “Guidelines for nt, submitted STAR is incomplete or inaccurate. Refer to the docume Completing Source Testing Audit Report” for more details regarding the STAR. Contact a DEQ Source Test Coordinator to receive instructions on how to obtain the . formsrevision most current STAR 2.11.c. Reporting Results that are below the In-Stack Detection Limits Emission tests occasionally yield results that are below the in -stack detection limit portant information, (ISDL) for a given pollutant. These data frequently provide im depending on the purpose of the test and if the tester extracte d an adequate sample volume (see Section 2.7). Therefore, unless otherwise stated by method, rule, or hen results from permit, the following reporting procedures are to be followed w replicate tests are below Substitution at less than the the in-stack detection limit. Item G 000408 7 State of Oregon Department of Environmental Quality

336 sampling D: Source Attachment manual Vol. 1, edits shown EQC Nov. 2018, meeting 15-16, Source Sampling Manual of 64 12 Page ISDL may be used in Cleaner Air Oregon risk assessments conducted under OAR 340 division 245 if approved by DEQ.  s less than (<) the Each test replicate that is below the ISDL should be reported a detection limit value (e.g., <0.14). If the test replicate is i ncluded in a multi-run test series, the ISDL value is used when calculating the numerical average.  than (<) if the numerical aver Label the average result as less age of a test series includes at least one test replicate below the ISDL. as the sum of the inants are generally reported Several groups of toxic air contam within that group. For example, the individual individual compounds (or elements) rs’) specified in the test m ethod are summed dioxin/furan compounds (or ‘congene using toxicity factors and reported as a single value (i.e., 2,3,7,8-TCDD Equivalents). The corresponding emission limits and/or emission factors are a lso expressed as e reported as ‘below 2,3,7,8-TCDD Equivalents. If any of the individual congeners ar the detection limit’ for a given test result, the contribution of that congener to the ll be calculated as 0.5 x the 2,3,7,8-TCDD Equivalent value sha detection limit. The 2,3,7,8-TCDD Equivalent value is a ‘composite result’ of the in dividual dioxin/furan compounds in a given sample. Although this TCDD Equivalent valu e may contain non-detectable quantities, the value is reported as a quantity (i.e., not a ‘< DL’ value). Other groups of compounds that present similar reporting complexities are polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), Total Organic M). A specific Hazardous Air Pollutants (OHAPs), and Total Selected Metals (TS lation procedures to be regulation, method, or permit condition may dictate other calcu ectable with measured quantities w followed in combining non-det ithin a composite result; these shall take preceden t over the above-described approach. 2.11.d. Report Submittal bound copy of the source test Unless otherwise specified by rule or permit, one (1) r within 30 days report must be submitted to the regional Source Test Coordinato ated by DEQ on a following the field work. Requests for extensions will be evalu An electronic version of the r case- by-case basis. eport can also be submitted in addition to the bound copy. 2.11.e. Recordkeeping ical results should All documentation of sampling equipment calibrations and analyt be maintained for a minimum of five years. In general, the unanalyzed portions (aliquots) of the source te st samples must be d. Sample filters preserved up to the maximum holding times as specified by metho gravimetrically analyzed for par ved for a minimum of 6 ticulate matter are to be archi laboratory glassware months. However, sample archiving specifications pertaining to esting contractor. is left to the discretion of the analyzing laboratory and the t 3.0 SAMPLING METHODS 3.1. ESTABLISHED SAMPLING METHODS G 000409 Item State of Oregon Department of Environmental Quality 8

337 sampling shown D: 1, edits Vol. manual Source Attachment EQC meeting 15-16, Nov. 2018, Source Sampling Manual of 64 Page 13 within Appendix B of this various pollutants are listed Established sampling methods for d originate from various manual. These methods have historically been accepted by DEQ an governmental agencies and organi nclusive and may not reflect zations. This list is not all-i current method updates. The use of atically approved by DEQ. a listed method is not autom Instead, written DEQ approval is r equired prior to all testing projects that are executed to satisfy s 2.2 & 2.3 of this manual for notification state or federal testing requirements. Refer to Section and source test plan requirements. promulgated, Generally, DEQ sampling methods (ODEQ Methods) or EPA methods ( alternative, & conditional) are p referable for conducting a tes ting program. In some cases, utilizing methods published by oth er public agencies and organi zations are often valid and more desirable, but must be evaluated cautiously to ensure that the test requirements established by rule or permit are satisfied. 3.2. DEQ SOURCE SAMPLING METHODS DEQ test methods are presented in Appendix C of this manual. Th ese methods do not encompass all the provisions and procedures critical to their s uccessful use. Persons performing ysical sciences, have ample these methods must have a compreh ensive understanding of the ph equipment, and experience utilizing the testing knowledge of the sources to have a thorough which they are applied. that are consistent with their DEQ test methods should only be applied to sampling situations bility of each method to a specific applicability. A careful and thorough evaluation of the applica erations to DEQ test methods testing condition is strongly recommended. Modifications or alt n the testing program. Refer to must receive approval from DEQ prior to their utilization withi ications to methods or Section 2.4 of this manual for requirements pertaining to modif procedures. There are multiple references to EPA test methods within the Or egon Source Sampling Manual and test methods. The EPA methods are incorporated into this manual by reference as of the date they were published in the C FR, as shown below. Sampling p rovisions and procedures published within the most up-to-date revisions to the CFR may b e incorporated into the testing program if approved by the administrator. EPA Methods incorporated by reference: Methods 1 through 30B: 40 CFR, Part 60, Appendix A, July 2012 Methods 201 through 207: 40 CFR Part 52, Appendix M, July 2012 Part 63, Appendix A, July 2012 Methods 301 through 323: 40 CFR EPA Publication SW-846, Third Edition G 000410 Item 9 State of Oregon Department of Environmental Quality

338 shown D: Source manual Attachment Vol. 1, edits sampling 2018, Nov. 15-16, EQC meeting Source Sampling Manual 14 Page of 64 3.3. Quality Assurance Requirements Quality assurance , including minimum calibration requirements are typically specified within each test method. DEQ test methods often refer to EPA test methods for quality assurance procedures The calibration requirements for Oregon DEQ Methods 4, 5, 7, & 8 are summarized tencies exist, quality assuran ce requirements specified by within Appendix D. Where inconsis e those presented within Appendix D. method or by regulation supersed G 000411 Item 10 State of Oregon Department of Environmental Quality

339 sampling D: Source Attachment manual shown 1, edits Vol. EQC Nov. 2018, meeting 15-16, Source Sampling Manual of 64 Page 15 APPENDIX A SOURCE TEST PLAN & TEST REPORT REQUIREMENTS A G 000412 Item

340 Vol. shown 1, edits Attachment manual sampling Source D: Nov. EQC 2018, 15-16, meeting Source Sampling Manual 16 Page of 64 MINIMUM SOURCE TEST PLAN REQUIREMENTS c format, but the information listed in Table DEQ does not require that source test plans adhere to a specifi g statements must be included in the test A-1 must be included (as applicable). In addition, the followin plan:  me duration of twenty-four (24) hours Sampling replicate(s) will not be accepted if separated by a ti or more, unless prior authorization is granted by DEQ. All compliance source tests must be performed while the emission unit(s) are operating at normal  applicable rule, normal maximum maximum operating rates. Unless defined by permit condition or th operating rate is defined as the 90 percentile of the average hourly operating rates during a 12 month period immediately preceding the source test. Rates not i n agreement with those stipulated in the Air Contaminant Discharge Permit can result in rejection of the test data. Imposed process limitations could also result from operating at atypical rates during the compliance demonstration. and/or the specified methods The DEQ must be notified of any changes in the source test plan  prior to testing. Significant changes not acknowledged by the D EQ could be the basis for invalidating a test run and potentially the entire testing program. Documentation of any deviations must include an evaluation of the impact of the deviation on th e test data. Method-specific quality assurance/quality control (QA/QC) proce dures must be performed to  ensure that the data is valid for determining source compliance. Documentation of the procedures and results shall be presented in the source test report for review. Omission of this critical information will result in rejection of the data, requiring a r etest.  r production process and emission Only regular operating staff may adjust the combustion system o control parameters during the source performance tests and with in two (2) hours prior to the tests. Any operating adjustments made during the source performance te sts, which are a result of consultation during the tests with source testing personnel, equipment vendors or consultants, may render the source performance test invalid. Source test reports must be submitted to DEQ within thirty (30) days of the test dates, unless  n, or by DEQ written approval. another deadline has been stipulated, either by permit conditio A-1 Item G 000413

341 1, edits Vol. shown D: Source sampling manual Attachment Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Source Sampling Manual of 64 Page 17 Table A-1 SOURCE TEST PLAN REQUIREMENTS Item Description Explanatory Notes # Facility Identification Facility Name; - 1 - Facility Address; Permit Number (and source number if under General - Permit); - Emission Unit(s) included within proposed testing project Facility Personnel Name, address , phone number(s) and e-mail for: 2 - Project Manager - On-site Contact (if different than Project Manager) Testing Contractor Personnel Name, physical address, phone number(s) and e-mail for: 3 Project Manager - Site Personnel (Team Leader, Technicians) - Laboratory Support - Project Purpose Specify purpose of project (compliance, emission factor - 4 verification, applicability study, etc.) - Specify permit condition or rule initiating project - Specify applicable compliance limits and emission factors Schedule - Specify testing dates for each unit tested 5 Specify starting times (approximate) for each test day - ing the following: Description of the emission unit(s), includ Source Description 6 Narrative of the emission source (system type, - manufacturer, date installed, capacity, configuration, fuel type, etc.) - Narrative of the pollution control device (system type, d, configuration, etc.) manufacturer, date installe Narrative of the sample locations (where in system, - t configuration, etc.) distances to disturbances, duc measured: Pollutant(s) Measured Specify the following for each pollutant 7 - Pollutant (CO, PM, Formaldehyde, etc.) Reporting unit for each pollutant (ppmdv, lbs/hr, lbs/ton, - etc.) Include the following for each test method propose d: Test Methods 8 - Method reference number ( e.g., EPA 1, ODEQ 7); - Copy of method (only if requested by DEQ); - Quantifiable or detectable limits for each pollutant Specify the number of sample replicates for each method Sampling Replicates - 9 on each emission unit; - Specify the duration of each sample replicate for each method. Production and Process - List the parameters to be recorded 10 Specify the frequency of measurements and recordings Information - - Specify how each parameter is measured (manual, instrument, etc.) A-2 Item G 000414

342 Vol. D: Source sampling manual Attachment 1, edits shown 2018, Nov. meeting EQC 15-16, Source Sampling Manual of 64 18 Page List the parameters to be recorded - Pollution Control Device 11 - Information Specify the frequency of measurements and recordings Specify how each parameter is measured (manual, - instrument, etc.) - Specify how sample(s) will be collected (include Fuel Sampling and Analysis - 12 references to established procedures such as ASTM, if applicable) Specify frequency of collection - - Specify the type of analysis, the analytical procedure, and the analytical laboratory Other Test Method Include in the test plan a brief discussion of: 13 Applicability of proposed test methods - Considerations Any and all proposed method modifications/deviations, - including modifications/deviations to QA/QC activities - Any foreseeable problems with sample recovery Any known errors in the proposed method(s) - - Simultaneous testing (multiple parameters or methods) - Multiple exhaust points of t he source (if applicable) Possible method interferences - - Cyclonic flow measurements (if applicable) - Stratification measurements Other Process Considerations Include in the test plan a brief discussion of: 14 - it compares to day-to-day Target process rate(s) and how operations and the unit’s rated capacity - Product (e.g., type, size, specie, etc.) - Potential process variability (i.e., continuous, cyclical, etc.) Whether the proposed test conditions represent worst-case - conditions with respect to emissions A-3 Item G 000415

343 Vol. D: Source sampling manual Attachment 1, edits shown EQC Nov. 15-16, 2018, meeting Source Sampling Manual 19 of 64 Page MINIMUM SOURCE TEST REPORT REQUIREMENTS format, but the information listed in Table The DEQ does not require that test reports adhere to a specific A-2 (below) needs to b e included (as applicable). Reports shall be organized in a clear and logical fashion to promote correctness and accuracy. Table A-2 SOURCE TEST REPORT REQUIREMENTS Explanatory Notes Description Item# Facility Name - Facility Identification 1 Facility Address - Permit Number (and source number if under General - Permit) - Emission Unit(s) included within the testing project Name, address, phone number(s) and e-mail for: Facility Personnel 2 - Project Manager On-site Contact (if different than Project Manager) - Name, physical address, phone number(s) and e-mail for: Testing Contractor 3 - Project Manager Personnel - Site Personnel (Team Leader, Technicians) - Laboratory Support Specify purpose of project (compliance, emission factor - Project Purpose 4 verification, applicability study, etc.) Specify permit condition or rule initiating project - Specify applicable compliance limits and emission - factors - Specify testing dates for each unit tested Schedule 5 - Specify starting and ending times for each test run Description of the emission unit(s), including the following: Source Description 6 Narrative of the emission source (system type, - manufacturer, date installed, capacity, configuration, fuel type, etc.) - Stack height above the ground - Orientation of the exhaust (vertical, horizontal, etc.) Narrative of the pollution control device (system type, - d, configuration, etc.) manufacturer, date installe - Narrative of the sample locations (where in system, t configuration, etc.) distances to disturbances, duc Operating rates and paramete rs, including the following: Process & Pollution Control 7 - Process rates for each run on each emission unit Operating Rates & Settings Process characteristics for each test run (temperature, - process time, size, species, pressures, settings, fuel characteristics, etc.) Pollution control device parameters for each test run - (temperature, pressure drop, water injection rate, voltage, settings, etc.) A-4 Item G 000416

344 Vol. 1, edits shown D: Source sampling manual Attachment Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Source Sampling Manual Page 20 of 64 Description of process changes and interruptions that - occurred during testing. Discuss the following for each pollutant measured: Pollutant(s) Measured 8 - Specie (CO, PM, Formaldehyde, Opacity, etc.) - Reporting unit for each specie (ppmdv, lbs/hr, lbs/ton, etc.) Include the following for each test method: Test Methods 9 Method reference number ( e.g., EPA 1, ODEQ 7) - - Discuss deviations from published methods and their impact on test results - One summary table for each emission unit (when Summary of Results 10 possible) - List individual run results and average (when possible) - Include applicable emission standard, factor, or compliance limit Spreadsheets & electronic data records - Supporting Sampling 11 - Field data sheets, notes, and forms Information - Equipment calibration documentation (field & laboratory equipment) - Example calculations Sampling equipment description - Pre-test procedure documentation (stratification, - cyclonic, etc.) Electronic data records - Laboratory Analysis 12 Data sheets, notes, and forms - Analytical detection limit for each constituent - - Applicable analytical QA/QC information - Chain of custody - Electronic generated output (if applicable) Supporting Process & 13 - Log sheets and forms Pollution Control Operating capacity - Information - 90% Percentile 12 Month Operating Analysis (existing sources) - Complete for each test method and emission unit Source Test Audit Report 14 - Complete certification form - Test plan Test Correspondence 15 Test plan approval correspondence - Approval for method deviations - Applicable permit excerpts that pertain to testing - requirements, emission limits, and emission factors A-5 G 000417 Item

345 shown Source D: sampling manual Vol. 1, edits Attachment 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Nov. Source Sampling Manual of 64 Page 21 APPENDIX B LISTING OF SOURCE SAMPLING METHODS ALPHABETICALLY BY POLLUTANT OR STACK PARAMETER B Item G 000418

346 Vol. shown 1, edits D: Source sampling manual Attachment Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Source Sampling Manual 22 Page of 64 ESTABLISHED SAMPLING METHODS POLLUTANT OR STACK COMMENTS TEST METHOD PARAMETER Method depends on isokinetic Ammonia EPA CTM-027, BAAQMD ST- requirements 1B, EPA 320, Carbon Dioxide (CO EPA 3, EPA 3A, EPA 3B ) 2 EPA 10 Carbon Monoxide EPA 26A, EPA 26 SW846-0050 Chloride (Total) Dioxins & Furans EPA 23, SW846-23a Method depends on source type, Formaldehyde NCASI 98.01,NCASI 99.02, isokinetic and ISDL requirements. NCASI A105.1, EPA 316, EPA 320, EPA 323 Gaseous Organics Not applicable for high molecular EPA 18 weight compounds or for compounds with very low vapor pressure at stack or instrument conditions. Hydrogen Chloride, EPA 26, EPA 26A, SW846- Use EPA 26A when isokinetic sampling is required. 0050, EPA 321 Hydrogen Halide and Halogens EPA 321 utilizes FTIR and is specific to Portland Cement Kilns Methanol Methods may also be applicable to EPA 308, NCASI 98.01, NCASI 99.02 NCASI A105.1 phenol with approval EPA 4, ODEQ 4 Moisture Content EPA 3, EPA 3A, EPA 3B Molecular Weight Incl udes: Antimony, Arsenic, Barium, EPA 29, SW846-0060 Metals Beryllium, Cadmium, Total Chromium, Cobalt, Copper, Lead, Manganese, Mercury, Nickel, Phosphorus, Selenium, Silver, Thallium, Zinc. EPA 7E, EPA 20 Nitrogen Oxides EPA 25 subject to interference by H Nonmethane Organic EPA 25, EPA 25C, BAAQMD O 2 and CO Compounds (NMOC) ST-7, SCAQMD 25.3, EPA . ST-7 applicable for 2 CTM-042 compounds that respond well to FID. 25.3 for low concentration sources. EPA 25C for LFG. CTM-042 for bakeries. DEQ EPA 9, EPA ALT Method 082 ALT 082 when pre-approved by Opacity Oxygen EPA 3, EPA 3A, EPA 3B Particulate Matter- EPA 5, EPA 5A, EPA 5B, EPA ODEQ 8 acceptable under limited Filterable 5D, EPA 5E, EPA 5F, EPA 5i, conditions EPA 17, Modified DEQ 5, DEQ EPA 5i for low level particulate 8 Particulate Matter - Total ODEQ 5, ODEQ 7, EPA 5/202 Particulate Matter - <10um EPA 201A/202 B-1 G 000419 Item

347 D: shown Attachment Vol. manual sampling Source 1, edits Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Source Sampling Manual of 64 Page 23 Particulate Matter-<2.5um EPA 201A/202 NCASI 98.01, NCASI 99.02, Phenol EPA 18, NCASI A105.1 EPA 6, EPA 6C, EPA 8 Sulfur Dioxide 8 also measures sulfuric acid mist EPA Total Enclosure EPA 204 Use for determining capture efficiency. Total Hydrocarbons EPA 25A, EPA 18 Applicable to alkanes, alken es, and aromatic hydrocarbons. EPA 25A has a fractional response to many other organic compounds. Total Reduced Sulfur EPA 16, EPA 16A, EPA 16C Velocity and Volumetric EPA 2 if duct >12” in diameter EPA 2, EPA 2A, EPA 2C, EPA Flow Rate 2E, EPA 2F, EPA 2G, EPA 2H EPA 2A if duct < 12” in diameter EPA 320 Volatile Organic Analyzes for specific defined VOCs Compounds by FTIR Volatile Organic Total VOC’s reported on an equivalent EPA 25, EPA 25A, EPA 25B basis (i.e. “as propane”) Compounds- Uncharacterized Analyzes for specific defined VOCs. EPA 18, EPA CTM-028 Volatile Organic Compounds by GC EPA 18 not applicable for high molecular weight compounds or for compounds with very low vapor pressure at stack or instrument conditions. CTM-028 direct interface. B-2 Item G 000420

348 sampling Attachment manual Vol. 1, edits shown D: Source 2018, EQC meeting Nov. 15-16, Source Sampling Manual Page of 64 24 APPENDIX C OREGON DEQ SOURCE SAMPLING METHODS C-4: Oregon Method 4 (moisture) C-5: Oregon Method 5 (PM) C-7: Oregon Method 7 (PM) C-8: Oregon Method 8 (PM, High Volume) C G 000421 Item

349 shown D: Attachment Source sampling manual Vol. 1, edits Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Source Sampling Manual 25 Page of 64 SUB-APPENDIX C-4 OREGON DEQ SOURCE SAMPLING METHOD 4 C-4 G 000422 Item

350 Vol. D: Source sampling manual Attachment 1, edits shown 2018, meeting Nov. 15-16, EQC Source Sampling Manual 26 Page of 64 Oregon Method 4 State of Oregon Department of Environmental Quality Source Sampling Method 4 Determination of Moisture Content of Stack Gases (Alternate Method) Under certain conditions, the quantity of water vapor in the g Principle. as stream can be 1. determined by measuring the wet-bulb and dry-bulb temperatures of the gaseous fluid. . This method is applicable for the determination of the moistu Applicability re content of the 2. oisture content measurements sample stream when EPA Method 4 is not suitable or when rigid m are not essential to the success of the testing program. 3. Procedure. 3.1 Measure the dry bulb temperature in the conventional way us ing either a thermometer or thermocouple. sock soaked with water. 3.2 Wrap the end of the temperature-measuring device in a cloth Insert the sock and temperature- measuring device into the flowi ng gas stream and allow the temperature to reach a steady state value. Caution: after the water on the sock has evaporated, the temperature will rise to the dry bulb temperatu re. (Refer to Figure 4-1). The wet bulb temperature must be taken while the sock is satura ted with moisture. 3.3 Apply the wet bulb readings to Table 4-1 to determine the w ater vapor pressure in the determine the gas stream. Then use the dry bulb reading and equation 4.4-1 to approximate water vapor content. In lieu of using Table 4-1, equation 4.4-2 may be utilized to determine the vapor pressure at saturation if the w et bulb temperature is less o F. than 175 ic pressure is 29.92 + 0.5 inches of mercury (in. Hg) apply 3.4 Alternately, if the barometr the wet bulb and dry bulb readings to a standard psychrometric chart and determine the approximate water vapor content. Interferences and Calculations 4. 4.1 Wet-bulb temperature readings may be affected by other gas stream components that ionize when dissolved in water (e.g., salts, acids, bases ) or hydrocarbon compounds, particularly water-soluble solvents. The effect of these components on the wet-bulb of the above compounds exist a t temperature is usually negligible. However, should any levels that cause inaccurate wet-bulb readings, the tester must utilize an alternative approach to determine moisture. 4.2 The wet depression temperature is dependent on the total pressure (i.e., barometric pressure + static pressure) in the gas stream. Moisture concen trations that are obtained C-4.1 G 000423 Item

351 Vol. D: Source sampling manual Attachment 1, edits shown Nov. 2018, meeting EQC 15-16, Source Sampling Manual of 64 27 Page s at, or near, 1 atmosphere from a psychometric chart are reliable only if the gas stream i 5 in. Hg). For other pressure conditions, the tester must pressure (i.e., 29.92 in. Hg + 0. use Equation 4.4-1 to calculate the gas stream moisture content. ties: 4.3 Additionally, the following conditions can lead to difficul 4.3.a. Very high dry bulb temperature (in excess of 500º F). 4.3.b. Very high or very low gas velocities. 4.3.c. High concentrations of particulate matter which may adhere to the wet sock. Dry bulb d/b temp. Wet bulb w/b temp. Elapsed Time Figure 4-1 4.4 Moisture Equation: tteP  ))("( s wd e  " t  )3.1(2800 w ) Eq. 4.4-1 ( OH  100 x 2 P s where : e" = Vapor pressure of H , in. Hg (See Table 4-1) O at t w 2 P = Exhaust gas pressure (absolute), in. Hg s t = Dry bulb temperature, ºF d t = Wet bulb temperature, ºF w C-4.2 Item G 000424

352 G 000425 Item 9 Los 1.378 1.875 5.732 9.424 3.351 7.384 2.521 4.406 14.96 41.52 18.61 49.93 59.67 22.99 28.18 34.33 11.92 ) w 03 0.7144 02 0.1567 66 0.9989 32 0.0982 92 0.2383 58 0.5035 47 0.0233 8 1.335 1.819 2.449 5.585 7.202 4.89 9.200 3.259 18.21 22.52 40.75 49.03 14.62 58.63 27.62 33.67 11.65 7 1.293 1.765 4.174 7.024 2.379 5.442 8.981 3.169 14.30 57.61 27.07 48.18 22.05 33.02 17.82 39.99 11.38 6 0.3120 0.3240 0.3364 0.3493 6.850 4.063 3.081 5.302 2.310 8.767 1.253 1.712 47.27 39.24 21.59 17.44 13.98 32.38 56.60 26.53 11.12 5 3.954 2.995 5.165 2.243 8.557 6.680 1.660 1.213 13.67 21.14 46.41 17.07 31.75 38.50 55.60 26.00 10.86 4 C-4.3 6.513 8.351 5.031 2.911 2.178 3.848 1.175 1.610 20.70 13.37 25.48 16.70 54.62 45.57 31.13 37.78 10.61 (Eq. 4.4-2)    or determining vapor pressures (e") from measured wet bulb (t 3227.17  3 w t 395   shown 2.114 3.744 4.900 8.150 2.829 6.350 1.138 1.561 w t 53.65 30.52 16.34 24.97 37.07 13.07 20.27 44.74 10.36      e 1, edits  2 Vol. 2.052 6.190 4.772 7.952 2.749 3.642 1.102 1.513 24.46 43.92 52.70 12.77 15.98 29.92 36.37 19.84 1805.0" manual e 1 9.885 10.12 3.543 2.672 1.992 6.034 7.759 4.647 1.467 1.066 51.76 29.33 43.11 19.42 15.63 23.96 35.68 12.48 meeting sampling EQC 0 TABLE 4-1: VAPOR PRESSURE OF WATER AT SATURATION* (Inches of Mercury) 0.0376 0.0359 0.0339 0.0324 0.0306 0.0289 0.0275 0.0259 0.02 0.0126 0.0119 0.0112 0.0106 0.0100 0.0095 0.0089 0.0084 0.0080 0.0075 0.0222 0.0209 0.0190 0.0187 0.0176 0.0168 0.0158 0.0150 0.0142 0.0134 1.032 0.3626 0.3764 0.3906 0.4052 0.4203 0.4359 0.4520 0.4586 0.48 0.7392 0.7648 0.7912 0.8183 0.8462 0.8750 0.9046 0.9352 0.96 1.422 0.0631 0.0660 0.0696 0.0728 0.0768 0.0810 0.0846 0.0892 0.09 0.2478 0.2576 0.2677 0.2782 0.2891 0.300 0.1647 0.1716 0.1803 0.1878 0.1955 0.2035 0.2118 0.2203 0.22 0.5218 0.5407 0.5601 0.5802 0.6009 0.6222 0.6442 0.6669 0.69 0.1025 0.1080 0.1127 0.1186 0.1248 0.1302 0.1370 0.1429 0.15 1.932 2.596 3.446 4.525 0.0376 0.0398 0.0417 0.0441 0.0463 0.0489 0.0517 0.0541 0.0571 0.0598 5.881 7.569 9.652 Source 19.01 15.29 23.47 35.00 12.20 28.75 42.31 50.84 2018, D: of 64 28 15-16, Page Nov. Attachment 0 -0 60 70 20 30 40 80 50 10 90 -20 -10 190 210 200 170 160 220 240 100 110 130 140 180 230 120 150 Wet Bulb Temperature (°F) *Methods for Determination of Velocity, Volume, Dust, and Mist Content of Gases, Bulletin WP-50, Western Precipitation Corp., Angeles, CA The following equation can be substituted for the above table f Source Sampling Manual temperatures:

353 D: sampling manual Vol. 1, edits shown Source Attachment 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Nov. Source Sampling Manual Page of 64 29 SUB-APPENDIX C-5 OREGON DEQ SOURCE SAMPLING METHOD 5 C-5 Item G 000426

354 Vol. D: Source sampling manual Attachment 1, edits shown 2018, EQC Nov. 15-16, meeting Source Sampling Manual Page of 64 30 Oregon Method 5 State of Oregon Department of Environmental Quality Source Sampling Method 5 Sampling Particulate Emissions from Stationary Sources Principle and Applicability 1.0 1.1 Principle. Particulate matter including c ondensable aerosols are withdrawn isokinetically from a flowing gas stream. Filterable particulat e matter is determined rticulate matter is f combined water. Condensable pa gravimetrically after removal o vent and evaporation. extraction with an organic sol determined gravimetrically after Applicability. 1.2 This method is applicable to the determination of particulate emissions d sampling methods have from stationary sources except t hose sources for which specifie been devised and are on file with DEQ. Acceptability. 2.0 mpliance (or non- Results of this method will be accepted as demonstration of co compliance) provided that the methods included or referenced in this procedure are strictly adhered to and a report is prepared according to Section 2.11 of DEQ’s Source Sampling Manual, Volume I. Deviations from the procedures described here in will be permitted only if tests. EPA Method 5 combined authorization from DEQ is obtained in writing in advance of the with EPA Method 202 may be substituted for this method. Equipment and Supplies 3.0 Sampling Train (figure 5-1) : Same as EPA Method 5 Section 6.1. with the following 3.1 exception: Use of a glass frit filter support is prohibited. The support must be fabricated such that it can be quantitative ly rinsed with acetone during s ample recovery (refer to Section 5.7.1) Same as EPA Method 5 Section 6.1.2. Barometer: 3.2 Same as EPA Method 5 Section 6.1.3. Gas Density Determination Equipment: 3.3 Same as EPA Method 5 Section 6.2. 3.4 Sample Recovery: Sample Analysis: 3.5 Same as EPA Method 5 Section 6.3 with the following addition: 1 3.5.1 Glass separatory funnel (500-1000 ml) with Teflon stopcock and plug. C-5.1 G 000427 Item

355 Vol. D: Source sampling manual Attachment 1, edits shown EQC Nov. 15-16, 2018, meeting Source Sampling Manual 31 Page of 64 Reagents and Standards 4.0 Sample Collection : : Same as EPA Method 5 Section 7.1 with the following condition 4.1 4.1.1 Distilled water with a residue content of < 0.001% (0.0l mg/ml) must be used ection will not ter reagent blank weight corr in the impingers. The distilled wa exceed 0.001%, or 0.01 mg/ml. test results and its 4.1.2 Stopcock grease (Section 7.1.5 of EPA Method 5) can bias use should be avoided whenever possible. Sample Recovery 4.2 : Same as EPA Method 5 Section 7.2. Same as EPA Method 5 Analysis: 4.3 Section 7.3 with following addition: of <0.001% (0.013 4.3.1 Methylene Chloride reagen t grade, with a residue content will not eagent blank weight correction mg/ml). The methylene chloride r thylene exane may be substituted for me exceed 0.001%, or 0.013 mg/ml. H chloride. The same purity is required. 4.3.2 Distilled water with a residue content of < 0.001% (0.0l mg/ml). The distilled water reagent blank weight correction will not exceed 0.001%, o r 0.01 mg/ml. Sample Collection, Preservation, Storage, and Transport 5.0 Pretest Preparation: Same as EPA Method 5 Section 8.1. 5.1 : Same as EPA Method 5 Section 8.2. Preliminary Determinations 5.2 Same as EPA Method 5 Section 8.3. 5.3 Preparation of Sampling Train: Same as EPA Method 5 Section 8.4. Leak-Check Procedures: 5.4 Sampling Train Operation: 5.5 Same as EPA Method 5 Section 8.5. Calculation of % Isokinetics: Same as EPA Method 5 Section 8.6. 5.6 5.7 Same as EPA Method 5 Section 8.7 (with the following additions : Sample Recovery: 5.7.1 In addition to the nozzle , probe, and filter-holder rinse s, the filter frit support is to be rinsed with acetone and stored in Container No. 2. 5.7.2 Container No. 4. The contents of impingers 1 through 3 al ong with a distilled ll interconnects between the heated filter holder water rinse of impingers and a 4. To to the silica gel impinger must b e transferred to Container No. from the impingers and interconne adequately recover the sample cts, each ume should equal component is to be rinsed in triplicate and the total rinse vol or exceed 75 mls of reagent (distilled water). 5.7.3 Container 5. Rinse all sample exposed surfaces between th e filter frit support and the inlet to the silica gel impinger with acetone and store in container No. mpling train, 5. To adequately recover the sample from this portion of the sa e volume should each component is to be rinsed in triplicate and the total rins equal or exceed 100 mls of reagent (acetone). C-5.2 G 000428 Item

356 Vol. D: Source sampling manual Attachment 1, edits shown EQC Nov. 15-16, 2018, meeting Source Sampling Manual 32 of 64 Page Sample Transport: Same as EPA Method 5 Section 8.8. 5.8 Quality Control 6.0 6.1 Miscellaneous Quality Control Procedures: Same as EPA Method 5 Section 9.1 with the following additions: per Section 7.8 of this 6.1.1 Analytical balance calibration and auditing procedures as method. Volume Metering System Checks: Same as EPA Method 5 Section 9.2. 6.2 7.0 Calibration and Standardization The calibration data and/or ca libration curves shall be included in Documentation: 7.1 the source test report. : Same as EPA Method 5 Section 10.1. 7.2 Nozzles Pitot Tube : Same as EPA Method 5 Section 10.2 with the following addition : 7.3 s shall be recalibrated at 7.3.1 If calibrated against a standard pitot, Type S pitot tube least once every six months. ased on measured pitot features, measurements must 7.3.2 If default Cp value used b be conducted pre and post test. 7.4 Same as EPA Method 5 Section 10.3. Metering System: Probe Heater Calibration: 7.5 Same as EPA Method 5 Section 10.4. Temperature Sensors: 7.6 Same as EPA Method 5 Section 10.5 with the following additions: 7.6.1 Thermometers that measure the filter-oven, impinger exit, and d ry-gas meter o o temperatures are to be calibrated at 32 F against an ASTM mercury F and 212 lter-oven, thermometer or NIST traceable thermometer. At a minimum, the fi ted before thermometers are to be calibra impinger exit, and dry-gas meter initial use and at least once every six months thereafter. o brated at 32 Alternatively, in-stack temperature thermometers are to be cali 7.6.2 F o F against an ASTM mercury thermometer or NIST traceable and 212 s are to be thermometer. At a minimum, the in-stack temperature thermometer s thereafter. calibrated before initial use and at least once every six month 7.7 Barometer: Same as EPA Method 5 Section 10.6. The following calibration and standardization procedures must 7.8 be Analytical Balance: performed on the analytical balance: 7.8.1 The balance must be audited utilizing 0.500 g, 1.0000 g, 10.0000 g, 50.0000 g, eights. Alternatively, five (5) Class-S and 100.0000 g Class-S standard w he anticipated standard weights may be substituted that accurately represent t of the Class-S measurement range. The balance results must agree within +1 mg d subsequent weights. At a minimum, the balance calibration must be performe to disturbing the analytical balance and annually thereafter. C-5.3 Item G 000429

357 Vol. shown 1, edits D: Source sampling manual Attachment Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Source Sampling Manual 33 Page of 64 st the analytical balance 7.8.2 Prior to weighing filters before and after sampling, adju lass-S standard to zero and check the accuracy with a 0.5 g Class-S weight. A C ate. The balance weight within 1 g of the filter weight may be used as an altern results must agree within +0.5 mg and the relative humidity in the weighing environment must be <50%. 7.8.3 Prior to weighing beakers before and after sampling, adju st the analytical ndard weight. A balance to zero and check the accuracy with a 100 g Class-S sta Class-S standard weight within 1 g of the beaker weight may be used as an e relative alternate. The balance results must agree within +0.5 mg and th humidity in the weighing environment must be <50%. 8.0 Analytical Procedures Documentation: ry forms Analytical documentation shall be consistent with the data ent 8.1 presented in Figures 5-2a through 5-2c. Same as EPA Method 5 Section 11.2 with following additions: 8.2 Analysis: 8.2.1 The sample (filter) must be desiccated and weighed to a Container No. 1: constant final weight, eve n if it is oven dried. Transfer the contents of Container No. 4 to a separator 8.2.2 Container No. 4: 1 o stoppered). Rinse the containe r with distilled water and add t funnel (Teflon the separatory funnel. Add 50 ml of methylene chloride or hexan e. Stopper are to the separatory funnel and vigorously shake for 1 minute. Take c e shaking momentarily release the funnel pressure several times during th ate into two distinct layers process. Allow the sample to separ and transfer the ting dish made methylene chloride (lower layer) into a tared beaker or evapora 1 , or other inert material. Repeat the extraction process twice of glass, Teflon more. tory NOTE: Always leave a small amount of methylene chloride in the separa ple. If water is funnel to ensure that water does not get into the extracted sam tely evaporate the present in the extracted sample, it will be difficult to comple sample to dryness for gravimetric analysis. 8.2.2. d beaker or the separator funnel to a tare Transfer the remaining water in i and evaporating dish and evaporate at 105ºC. Desiccate for 24 hours weigh to a constant weight. Evaporate the combined impinger water extracts from Section 8. 2.2 at 8.2.2. ii  70ºF) and pressure, desiccate for 24 hours laboratory temperature ( and weigh to a constant weight. 8.2.3 Container No. 5: Transfer the contents of container No. 5 to a tared beaker or evaporating dish, evaporate at laboratory temperature and press ure, desiccate for 24 hours, and weigh to a constant weight. 1 Mention of trade names or specific products does not constitute endorsement by DEQ. C-5.4 Item G 000430

358 1, edits Vol. shown D: Source sampling manual Attachment Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Source Sampling Manual Page 34 of 64 Evaporate a portion of the solve nts in a manner similar to the 8.2.4 Solvent Blanks: sample evaporation to determine the solvent blanks. 9.0 Calculations 9.1 Same as EPA Method 5 Section 12.1 with following additions: Nomenclature: ane) blank residue concentration, mg/g. = Methylene chloride (or hex C m C Distilled water blank residue concentration, mg/g. = w m = Mass of residue of methylene chloride (or hexane) after eva poration, mg. m = Mass of residue of distilled water after evaporation, mg. m w ide (or hexane)blank, ml. = Volume of methylene chlor V mb V = Volume of methylene chloride (or hexane) used for extracting the impinger mc water, ml. V = Volume of distilled water blank, ml. wb V = Volume of distilled water for charging the impingers and for recovery, ml. ws = Weight of residue in methylene chloride (or hexane), mg. W m W = Weight of residue of distilled water, mg. w ρ (or hexane), g/ml (see label on bottle). = Density of methylene chloride m = Density of distilled water, g/ml (1.0 g/ml). ρ w : Same as EPA Method 5 Section 12.3. 9.2 Dry Gas Volume Volume of Water Vapor Condensed: Same as EPA Method 5 Section 12.4. 9.3 9.4 Moisture Content: Same as EPA Method 5 Section 12.5. Acetone Blank Concentration: 9.5 Same as EPA Method 5 Section 12.6. Same as EPA Method 5 Section 12.7 with the following Acetone Blank Deduction: 9.6 nk weight correction will not exceed 0.001%, or 0.01 addition: The acetone reagent bla mg/ml. An acetone blank deduction used when the acetone value (Wa) of 0.0 mg shall be blank concentration (Ca) is less than or equal to zero. Water Blank Concentration: 9.7 m w C (Eq. 5.9-1) = w   V wwb C-5.5 G 000431 Item

359 1, edits sampling shown D: Source manual Vol. Attachment Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Source Sampling Manual Page 35 of 64 Water Blank Deduction: 9.8 VC   W (Eq. 5.9-2) = w wwsw NOTE: ank weight correction will not exceed 0.001%, or The distilled water reagent bl ) of 0.0 mg shall be used when W 0.01 mg/ml. A water blank deduction value ( w the water blank concentration ( C ) is less than or equal to zero. w Methylene Chloride (or Hexane) Blank Concentration: 9.9 m m = (Eq. 5.9-3) C m   V mmb Methylene Chloride (or Hexane) Blank Deduction: 9.10   VC (Eq. 5.9-4) = W m mmcm The methylene chloride reagent blank weight correction will no t exceed NOTE: 0.001%, or 0.01 mg/ml. A methylene chloride (or hexane) blank d eduction ) of 0.0 mg shall be used when the methylene chloride blank value ( W m concentration ( C ) is less than or equal to zero. m 9.11 Total Particulate Weight: Determine the total particulate matter catch from the sum of th e weights obtained ct of the water from from Containers 1, 2, 4, 5 (including the organic solvent extra Container No. 4), less the acetone, methylene chloride (or hexa ne), and distilled water blanks (see Figu res 5-2a, 5-2b, and 5-2c). Same as EPA Method 5 Section 12.9. 9.12 Particulate Concentration: Isokinetic Variation: 9.13 Same as EPA Method 5 Section 12.11. Stack Gas Velocity and Volumetric Flow Rate: Same as EPA Method 5 Section 9.14 12.12. Alternative Procedures, Bibliography, Sampling Train Schematic, 10.0 Example Data Sheets, Etc.: Same as EPA Method 5 Sections 16, 17 and Figures 5-1 through 5-12 excluding Figure 5-6 (use ODEQ Method 5 Figures 5-2a through 5-2b in plac e of EPA Method 5 Figure 5-6). C-5.6 Item G 000432

360 D: manual 1, edits Vol. sampling Source Attachment shown 15-16, 2018, Nov. EQC meeting Source Sampling Manual 36 Page of 64 Figure 5-1: Particulate Sampling Train C-5.7 Item G 000433

361 Vol. D: Source sampling manual Attachment 1, edits shown EQC 2018, Nov. 15-16, meeting Source Sampling Manual 37 Page of 64 Figure 5-2a METHOD 5 DATA ANALYSIS FORM Plant_________________________________ Run Number_________________________ Sample Location________________________ Test Date______________ ______________ ____________ ________________________________ Sample Recovered by____________ Lab Lab Audit* Weight Date/Time Reagent Analyst Temp. RH o (g) (g) % F FRONT HALF: Filter Filter ID:__________ Tare Wt.:__________ Date/time into desiccator:_________ Acetone Beaker ID:_________ Tare Wt.:__________ Solv. Vol.:_________ Solv. ID:__________ Date/time into desiccator:_________ BACK HALF: Acetone Beaker ID:_________ Tare Wt.:__________ Solv. Vol.:_________ Solv. ID:__________ Date/time into desiccator:_________ Water Beaker ID:_________ Tare Wt.:__________ Water Vol.:________ Water ID:_________ Date/time into desiccator:_________ MeCl or Hexane Beaker ID:_________ Tare Wt.:__________ Solv. Vol.:_________ Solv. ID:__________ Date/time into desiccator:_________ *filter 0.5000 g + 0.5 mg tolerance – NIST traceable Class S w eight beaker 100.0000 g + 0.5 mg tolerance – NIST traceable Class S weight C-5.8 Item G 000434

362 Vol. D: Source sampling manual Attachment 1, edits shown EQC 2018, Nov. 15-16, meeting Source Sampling Manual Page of 64 38 Figure 5-2b METHOD 5 BLANK ANALYSIS DATA FORM Sample Prepared ___________________________________ _________ Date______ Lab Lab Weight Date/Time Reagent Analyst Audit* RH Temp. o (g) (g) F % Filter Filter ID:__________ Tare Wt.:__________ Date/time into desiccator:_________ Acetone Beaker ID:_________ Tare Wt.:__________ Solv. Vol.:_________ Solv. ID:__________ Date/time into desiccator:_________ Water Beaker ID:_________ Tare Wt.:__________ Water Vol.:________ Water ID:_________ Date/time into desiccator:_________ MeCl or Hexane Beaker ID:_________ Tare Wt.:__________ Solv. Vol.:_________ Solv. Wt:__________ Date/time into desiccator:_________ *filter 0.5000 g + 0.5 mg tolerance – NIST traceable Class S w eight beaker 100.0000 g + 0.5 mg tolerance – NIST traceable Class S weight C-5.9 G 000435 Item

363 Source shown 1, edits Vol. Attachment D: manual sampling 2018, 15-16, Nov. EQC meeting Source Sampling Manual 39 of 64 Page Figure 5-2c METHOD 5 TARE WEIGHT RECORD Indicate: filters or evaporation containers Date_________ Date_________ Date_________ Date_________ Date_________ Time________ Time________ Time________ Time________ Time________ o o o o o Temp_____ Temp_____ F F F Temp_____ F Temp_____ Temp_____ F RH_______ % RH_______ % RH_______ % RH_______ % RH_______ % Media ID Audit____ gm Audit____ gm Audit____ gm Audit_____ gm Audit____ gm By__________ By__________ By__________ By__________ By__________ Weight (g) Weight (g) Weight (g) Weight (g) Weight (g) C-5.10 G 000436 Item

364 shown 1, edits Source sampling manual Vol. Attachment D: meeting Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC Source Sampling Manual of 64 Page 40 SUB-APPENDIX C-7 OREGON DEQ SOURCE SAMPLING METHOD 7 C-7 Item G 000437

365 Vol. D: Source sampling manual Attachment 1, edits shown 2018, EQC Nov. 15-16, meeting Source Sampling Manual 41 Page of 64 Oregon Method 7 State of Oregon Department of Environmental Quality Source Sampling Method 7 ces Sampling Condensable Particulate Emissions from Stationary Sour Principle and Applicability 1.0 Principle: 1.1 Particulate matter including condensable gases is withdrawn as stream. The particulate matte isokinetically from a flowing g r is determined gravimetrically after extraction with an organic sol vent and evaporation. Applicability: This method is applicable to stationary sources whose primary 1.2 emissions are condensable gases. It should be considered a modification of Source Sampling Method 5, and applied only when directed to do so by DEQ. 2.0 mpliance (or Results of this method will be accepted as demonstration of co Acceptability. d in this procedure are methods included or reference non-compliance) provided that the on 2.11 of DEQ’s Source strictly adhered to and a report is prepared according to Secti Sampling Manual, Volume I. Deviations from the procedures described herein will be permitted only if permission from DEQ is obtained in writing in advance of the tests. Same as Oregon Source Sampling Method 5 Sections 3.1 through 3.0 Equipment and Supplies: 3.5 with the following addendum: Sampling train (Figure 7-1) 3.1 : Same as Oregon Source Sampling Method 5 Section 3.1 with the following exceptions: be used if a 3.1.1 The heated filter and/or cyclone are optional, but should t. significant quantity of filterable particulate matter is presen the silica gel impinger ilter is placed at the inlet to 3.1.2 An unheated glass fiber f (generally Impinger 4). 4.0 Reagents and Standards: Same as Oregon Source Sampling Method 5 Section 4.1 through 4.3. Sample Collection, Preservation, Storage, and Transport: 5.0 Oregon Source Same as ddenda: Sampling Method 5 Sections 5.1 through 5.8 with the following a 5.1 Preparation of Sampling Train: Same as Oregon Source Sampling Method 5 Section 5.3 with the following addition: C-7.1 Item G 000438

366 Vol. D: Source sampling manual Attachment 1, edits shown EQC 15-16, Nov. 2018, meeting Source Sampling Manual Page of 64 42 Insert numbered and pre-weighed filters into each of the front (heated if used) 5.1.1 and back (non-heated) filter holders. Sample Recovery: 5.2 Same as Oregon Source Sampling Method 5 Section 5.7 with the following addition: 5.2.1 Container 6: Transfer the back filter to container No. 6. Quality Control: Same as Oregon Source Sampling Method 5 Sections 6.1 and 6.2. 6.0 7.0 Same as Oregon Source Sampling Method 5 Sections 7.1 Calibration and Standardization: through 7.8. 8.0 Analytical Procedure s: Same as Oregon Source Sampling Method 5 Sections 8.1 through 8.2 with the following addendums: 8.1 Documentation: Analytical documentation shall be consistent wi th the data entry forms presented in Figure 7-2 of Oregon Source Sampling Method 7, and Figures 5- 2b through 5-2c of Oregon Source Sampling Method 5 8.2 Analysis: Same as Oregon Source Sampling Method 5 Section 8 .2 with the following addition: 8.2.1 Desiccate the back filter in Container No. 6 for 24 hours at Container No. 6: o F or less. Weigh the filter to a constant weight. 70 In some cases, desiccation may cause slow vaporization of the Note: rease f the weights continue to dec condensable material. Therefore, i over time and the sample is obviously dry, use the average of t he first three weights to determine the particulate matter catch. Calculations: 9.0 Oregon Source Sampling Method 5 Sections 9.1 through 9.14 with the Same as following addendum: Total Particulate Weight: Determine the total particulate matter catch from the sum of 9.1 ), 2, 4, 5, & 6 (including the weights obtained from Containers 1 (if front filter is used the water from Container No. 4), less the acetone , the organic solvent extract of methylene chloride (or hexane) , and distilled water blanks (see Figure 7-2). Example Data Sheets, aphy, Sampling Train Schematic, 10.0 Alternative Procedures, Bibliogr Same as Oregon Source Sampling Method 5 Section 10.0 with the following addenda: Etc.: An unheated glass fiber filter is placed at the inlet to the si lica gel impinger (generally 10.1 Impinger 4). ure 5-2a. 10.2 Use ODEQ Method 7 Figure 7-2 in place of ODEQ Method 5 Fig C-7.2 Item G 000439

367 D: manual 1, edits Vol. sampling Source Attachment shown 15-16, 2018, Nov. EQC meeting Source Sampling Manual 43 Page of 64 FIGURE 7-1. OREGON METHOD 7 SAMPLING APPARATUS C-7.3 G 000440 Item

368 Vol. D: Source sampling manual Attachment 1, edits shown EQC 2018, Nov. 15-16, meeting Source Sampling Manual 44 Page of 64 Figure 7-2 OREGON METHOD 7 DATA ANALYSIS FORM Facility_________________________________ Run Number_____________________ Sample Location________________________ Test Date______________ __________ Sample Recovered by____________________________________________ ___________ Lab Lab Audit* Weight Date/Time Reagent Analyst RH Temp. o (g) (g) % F FRONT HALF: Front Filter Filter ID:____________ Tare Wt.:____________ Date/time into desiccator:___________ Acetone Beaker ID:___________ Tare Wt.:____________ Solv. Vol.:___________ Solv. ID:_____________ Date/time into desiccator:___________ BACK HALF: Back Filter Filter ID:____________ Tare Wt.:____________ Date/time into desiccator:___________ Acetone Beaker ID:___________ Tare Wt.:____________ Solv. Vol.:___________ Solv. ID:_____________ Date/time into desiccator:___________ Water Beaker ID:___________ Tare Wt.:____________ Water Vol.:__________ Water ID:____________ Date/time into desiccator:___________ MeCl or Hexane Beaker ID:___________ Tare Wt.:____________ Solv. Vol.:___________ Solv. ID:____________ Date/time into desiccator:___________ eight *filter 0.5000 g + 0.5 mg tolerance – NIST traceable Class S w weight beaker 100.0000 g + 0.5 mg tolerance – NIST traceable Class S C-7.4 Item G 000441

369 1, edits Attachment shown Source sampling manual Vol. D: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Source Sampling Manual 45 of 64 Page SUB-APPENDIX C-8 OREGON DEQ SOURCE SAMPLING METHOD 8 C-8 Item G 000442

370 Vol. D: Source sampling manual Attachment 1, edits shown 2018, EQC Nov. 15-16, meeting Source Sampling Manual 46 of 64 Page Oregon Method 8 State of Oregon Department of Environmental Quality Source Sampling Method 8 Sampling Filterable Particulate Emissions from Stationary Sourc es (High Volume Method) 1. Principle and Applicability isokinetically from a flowing gas Particulate matter is withdrawn Principle: 1.1 stream and deposited on a glass fiber filter. The particulate m atter is determined gravimetrically after bined water. removal of uncom 1.2 This method is applicable to stationary sources whose exhaust points Applicability: do not meet minimum EPA Method 1 flow disturbance requirements and whose primary emissions are solid (filterable) particulate. Its d to be for wood product handling primary application is intende cyclones and baghouse exhaust syst ems. Caution must be taken when applying this method to sources w res ith elevated exhaust temperatu and/or moistures as they may diminish the integrity of the samp ling ampling apparatus. filter and damage the s Results from this method will be accepted as a demonstration of Acceptability: 2.0 compliance (or non-compliance) provided that the methods included or reference d in this procedure are strictly of information regarding the adhered to and a report containing at least the minimum amount source is included as described in Section 2.11 of Oregon DEQ’s Source Sampling Manual, ocedures described herein will be permitted only if permission Volume I. Deviations from the pr from DEQ is obtained in writing in advance of the tests. 3.0 Sampling Apparatus (Figure 8-1) - smooth metal construction with sharp leading edge. The nozzl e shall be Nozzle 3.1 particulate matter connected to the probe by means of a joint designed to minimize deposition. Probe 3.2 he probe shall be attached to the nozzle and - smooth metal construction. T nts designed to minimize partic ulate matter deposition. filter holder with air-tight joi The probe should be as short as possible. 3.3 Filter Holder - air-tight with support screen for the filter. Metering system - a calibrated orifice followed by a thermometer or thermocoup le 3.4 to the filter holder and flow control device. The metering system shall be connected by m eans of an air-tight joint. C-8.1 G 000443 Item

371 Vol. 1, edits shown D: Source sampling manual Attachment Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Source Sampling Manual Page 47 of 64 3.5 Pitot Tube – Standard pitot same as EPA Me thod 2, Sec. 6.7.1, or S-type s ame as EPA Method 2, Sec. 6.1, or equivalent. 3.6 - high capacity (typically 60 cfm free air). The blower may be connected to Blower the metering system by a fl exible hose if desired. - flexible, nylon bristle brush at least as long as the probe and Probe-Nozzle Brush 3.7 nozzle. 2 , or equivalent. Differential Pressure Gauges 3.8 - liquid manometer, Magnehelic 3.9 capable of measuring atmosph Barometer - mercury, aneroid, or other type eric ed from a nearby pressure to within 0.1”Hg. If the barometric pressure is obtain weather bureau station, the true station pressure (not correcte d for elevation) must be obtained and an adjustment for elevation differences between the station and sampling site must be applied. - Same as EPA Method 2 Section 6.3. 3.10 Temperature Gauges - integrating type, accurate and readable to the nearest 6 sec 3.11 Timer onds (tenth of a minute). : Same as EPA Method 5 Section 6.2.2 . Wash Bottles 3.12 - clean manila envelopes and tagboards, or suitable Filter Storage Container 3.13 equivalent. 3.14 - glass with leak-tight cap that is resistant to attack by Sample Storage Containers the solvent used, and allows compl ete recovery of particulate m atter. Polyethylene bottles are also acceptable. 4.0 Reagents and Standards 4.1 tions and exhibiting - glass fiber filters, free of pinhole leaks or other imperfec Filters esiccate individually at least 99.95% efficiency on 0.3 micron DOP smoke particles. D efore use. numbered filters for 24-hours and weigh to the nearest 0.5 mg b - acetone, reagent-grade, < 0. Rinse Solvent 4.2 001% (0.008 mg/ml) residue. For aluminum probes and nozzles, methanol may be substituted for ac etone. The same purity is required. 2 Mention of trade names or specific products does not constitute endorsement by DEQ. C-8.2 Item G 000444

372 Vol. D: Source sampling manual Attachment 1, edits shown EQC 15-16, Nov. 2018, meeting Source Sampling Manual of 64 48 Page Sample Train Preparation 5.0 5.1 All parts of the sampling tr ain shall be cleaned and proper ly calibrated as directed in Section 10. Place a filter in the filter holder with the coarse side facing 5.2 the flow, being careful not to damage it. Be certain that the filter is positioned so that no air can be drawn around the filter. Assemble the sample train with h of probe. Perform a the appropriate nozzle and lengt 5.3 leak check by plugging the nozzle, turning on the blower, and observing the deflection of the flow orifice pressure gauge. The acceptable leakage rate shall not exceed 5% of the expected sample flow rate. Sample Collection, Preservation, Storage, and Transport 6.0 6.1 s the face of the exhaust Use a pitot tube to roughly map the velocity distribution acros opening or duct. Areas of zero or negative flow should also be indicated if present. At each point at which the velocity is measured, measure the flow in the direction giving maximum deflection of the pitot pressure gauge. Record the data on a form similar to Figure 8-6. 6.2 Select six or more points of outgoing (positive) flow from the points measured in Section 6.1 to sample. The points shall be representative of the flow pattern, and shall e flow cannot be locity. If six points of positiv include the point of maximum ve ints closer than 2 obtained, use the maximum number possible. Do not choose any po inches to the exhaust duct wall. ng criteria specified Alternatively, sample point lo cations may be determined utilizi downstream flow within EPA Method 1 if the minimum distances from upstream and disturbances are met (Figure 1-1 of EPA Method 1). 6.3 Measure the exhaust temperature. estimate of the orifice d for isokinetic sampling. An Determine the nozzle size require 6.4 ice temperature is temperature is required. For low temperature exhausts, the orif temperature. For higher tempe usually very close to the exhaust rature exhausts, a trial ure. run may be necessary to determine the expected orifice temperat mpling point to obtain Calculate the required orifice 6.5 pressure drop for each chosen sa he probe out of the exhaust stream, turn on the blower an isokinetic sample rate. With t t sampling point in and adjust the sample flow rate to that calculated for the firs Section 6.2. Locate the probe nozzle at the first sampling poin t, and immediately start tches that for which the timer. Move the probe around until the velocity pressure ma inting directly into the sampling flow rate was pre-set. The probe nozzle must be po the flow. C-8.3 G 000445 Item

373 Vol. shown 1, edits D: Source sampling manual Attachment Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Source Sampling Manual Page 49 of 64 6.6 move the probe Continually monitor the velocity during the sampling period and n area where the velocity mat ches the original around as required to keep it in a velocity used to calculate the pre-set sampling rate. Record th e sampling time, the similar to Figure 8-7. orifice temperature, and orifice pressure drop on a data sheet er is more frequent. Record data every 5 minutes or once per sampling point, whichev Sample for a length of time so that the total sampling time for all points is at least 15 minutes and a minimum of 100 mg of particulate matter is collec ted. ed not be turned off sampling point. The blower ne 6.7 Repeat steps 6.5 and 6.6 for each between points if readjustments to the new sampling rate can be made rapidly (less than 15 seconds). s of the exhaust stack 6.8 Care should be taken so that the nozzle does not touch the wall because particulate matter may be dislodged and enter the sample train. If there is ean the train, and restart d, discontinue the sample, cl reason to believe this has happene the test. 6.9 netic conditions cannot be If excessive loading of the filter should occur such that isoki maintained, replace the filter and continue the test. 6.10 the exhaust and turn ng period, remove the probe from At the conclusion of the sampli y be broken and sample this order because the filter ma off the blower (do not reverse lost). Plug the nozzle to prevent sample loss, and transport to the sample recovery area. 6.11 Conduct a post-test leak check (as per Section 5.3). 6.12 Measure the moisture content, molecular weight, and the pressur e (absolute) of the exhaust gas. In most cases, the m oisture may be measured by the wet bulb/dry bulb technique as described in Oregon Source Sampling Method 4. The molecular weight shall be measured by EPA Method 3 or 3a. If the exhaust gas being sampled is ambient air, the dry molecular weight can be assumed to equal 2 9 lbs/lb mol (29 g/g tal measurements should be co nducted during each mol). If feasible, these supplemen supplemental measurements shoul PM sample run. Otherwise, these d be conducted immediately prior to and immedi un. The process ately following each PM sample r operating parameters realized during these supplemental measurements must be countered during the PM sampling collection. consistent with the parameters en 7.0 Sample Recovery 7.1 Remove the nozzle plug, turn on the blower, insert the probe br ush into the nozzle, and brush the particulate from the nozzle and probe onto the fi lter. Do not insert the Turn off the blower and me into contact with the filter. o n that it will c brush so far i recover the PM adhered to the brush. This brushing process must be performed after every PM sample run. C-8.4 G 000446 Item

374 Vol. D: Source sampling manual Attachment 1, edits shown EQC Nov. 15-16, 2018, meeting Source Sampling Manual 50 Page of 64 Open the filter holder and carefully remove the filter. Inspect the filter for holes or 7.2 tears. A leak around the filter is likely if particulate deposits are found at the edge of the filter. If any of these problems are found, the observation s should be recorded on the field data sheet and the sample should be voided (repeat the run). Fold the filter anila tagboard (or once lengthwise with the dirty side in, and place in a folded m equivalent), folded edge down. F asten the outside edge of the t agboard (or equivalent) with a paper clip, and place in t he manila envelope (or equival ent). Be aware that some filter material will likely remain on the gasket and filte r support. If possible, emoved with a spatula and place these filter remains should be r d within the folded filter. Rinse the inside front of the filter holder, probe, and nozzle 7.3 with a measured amount of acetone or methanol while brushing. Repeat the rinsing/brushing until all k of visible residue on particulate and filter remains is removed as evidenced by a lac l. Be sure to also the inside surfaces after evaporation of the acetone or methano the recovery brushes. Retain t he acetone or recover the PM matter adhered to methanol rinse and a blank samp le of the acetone or methanol in labeled containers for laboratory analysis. This rinsing process must be performed after every PM sample run. 8.0 Analytical Procedures Desiccate the filter for 24-hours at room temperature (70ºF or 8.1 less), and weigh to a constant weight to the nearest 0.5mg. m the filter into NOTE: Make certain that any particulate that may have dislodged fro the tagboard or envelope (or the ir equivalent) is returned to the filter before weighing. Alternatively, the filter and corresponding filter receptacle ( envelope) may be tared ter receptacle must be simultaneously and analyzed collectively. In this case, the fil ple drying. opened prior to being placed in the desiccator to instigate sam r and particulate catch may be hygroscopic, weigh Since the relatively large filte immediately upon removal from the desiccator. field before and after the co Filter blanks shall be run in the 8.2 mplete source testing activity. A minimum of 2 filter blanks shall be collected for e ach source test. This is accomplished by inserting a pre-weighed filter into the filter holder, performing a leak check, removing the filter, and treating it as a sample filter in accordance with Section 7.2. Quantitatively transfer the solvent rinse and blank solvent to tared beakers or 8.3 evaporating dishes, evaporate at room temperature (70ºF or less) and pressure, . desiccate, and weigh to a constant weight to the nearest 0.5 mg 8-5. Record the data on forms similar to Figures 8-2, 8-3, 8-4, and 8.4 t Exhaust Gas Flow Rate Measuremen 9.0 C-8.5 G 000447 Item

375 Vol. D: Source sampling manual Attachment 1, edits shown EQC Nov. 15-16, 2018, meeting Source Sampling Manual 51 Page of 64 If the PM sampling location does not satisfy the flow disturban ce requirements of 9.1 EPA Method 1, then an alternate sampling location shall be selected for a velocity traverse. The velocity traverse location shall meet EPA Method 1 requirements and the particulate sampling should accurately represent the flow rate to the atmosphere at point (i.e., no air flows should be added to or removed from the system between the velocity and the particulate sampling points). 9.2 as per EPA Method 3 The dry molecular weight of the gas stream shall be determined sampled is ambient air, the dry molecular weight can be or 3a. If the exhaust gas being assumed to equal 29 lbs/lb mol (29 g/g mol). bulb technique as be measured by the wet bulb/dry In most cases, the moisture may 9.3 described in Oregon Source Samp ling Method 4. If Oregon Source Sampling Method t moisture must be measured as per EPA Method 4. 4 is not applicable, then exhaus 9.4 tion specified by The flow rate shall be measured as per EPA Method 2 at the loca Section 9.1 of this DEQ method. t, & moisture) should be 9.5 If possible, the flow rate (including velocity, molecular weigh mental un. Alternatively, these supple measured during each PM sample r measurements should be iately following conducted immediately prior to and immed each PM sample run. The process operating parameters realized d uring these s encountered supplemental measurements must be consistent with the parameter during the PM sampling collection. 10.0 Calibration 10.1 The orifice flow meter shall be calibrated at least once within twelve months of the sampling date using a primary standard or a device which has be en calibrated against tion data and calibration curves for the orifice and a primary standard. The calibra ncluded in the source test report, along with intermediate standard shall be i documentation of the primary standard. All S-type pitot tubes, differe ntial pressure gauges, and therm ometers or 10.2 thermocouples, shall be calibrate d at least once within six mon ths of the sampling ncluded in the source test date. The calibration data and/or calibration curves shall be i report. 10.3 od of calibration. The calibration records shall include the date, place, and meth e calibrated against a anometers) shall b ressure gauge s (if not liquid m Differential p 10.4 liquid manometer. ust be performed on the 10.5 The following calibration and standardization procedures m analytical balance: C-8.6 Item G 000448

376 Vol. 1, edits shown D: Source sampling manual Attachment Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Source Sampling Manual 52 of 64 Page 10.0000 g, 50.0000 g, 10.5.1 The balance must be audited utilizing 0.500 g, 1.0000 g, eights. Alternatively, five (5) Class-S and 100.0000 g Class-S standard w standard weights may be substituted that accurately represent t he anticipated of the Class-S measurement range. The balance results must agree within +1 mg weights. At a minimum, the balance calibration must be performe d subsequent to disturbing the analytical balance and annually thereafter. ust the analytical balance 10.5.2 Prior to weighing filters before and after sampling, adj to zero and check the accuracy with a 5 g Class-S weight. A Cla ss-S standard ate. The balance weight within 1 g of the filter weight may be used as an altern ighing results must agree within +0.5 mg and the temperature in the we o environment must be <70 F. analytical Prior to weighing beakers before and after sampling, adjust the 10.5.3 balance to zero and check the accuracy with a 100 g Class-S sta ndard weight. A of the beaker weight may be used as an Class-S standard weight within 1 g alternate. The balance results must agree within +0.5 mg and the temperature in o the weighing environment must be < 70 F. 11.0 Calculations Total particulate emissions from the system shall be calculated 11.1 by multiplying the exhaust system. An measured particulate concentra tion by the flow rate through the ollows: index to the parameters utilized in these calculations are as f Bws = Moisture content of sample stream as per EPA 4 or ODEQ 4, vol./vol. = Calculated PM concentration, gr/dscf. Cg = Pitot tube coefficient for Method 8 apparatus, typically 0.99 Cp Dn = Sample nozzle diameter, inches. 1/2 . O) points, (“H = Average square root of velocity pressures measured at sample dp √ 2 E= PM emission rate, lb/hr I = Isokinetic sampling rate percentage, % Mc = Molecular weight of gas stream used to calibrate orifice, typically 29.0 #/#mol. = Mass of PM recovered from sampling apparatus, mg m n Ms l. = Molecular weight of sample gas stream on a wet basis, #/# mo = Barometric pressure during the course of sampling, “Hg. Pb s = Absolute exhaust pressure at sampling location, “Hg. Ps = Standard exhaust gas flow rate, dscfm Qs std scfm =Standard sample rate (wet) as indicated by calibration curve, SRstd te (wet) for temp., pressure, & molecular weight, = Corrected standard sample ra SRstd’ scfm. = Corrected standard sample rate (wet) at sample point “ i ”, scfm. SRstd’ i o R. = Orifice temperature measured at sample point, To s o R Ts =Average exhaust temperatur e at sampling location, = Standard sample volume (dry) of entire test replicate, dscf. Vstd’ = Sampling time of entire test replicate, min. Ø C-8.7 G 000449 Item

377 1, edits Vol. shown D: Source sampling manual Attachment Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Source Sampling Manual 53 Page of 64 Ø = Sampling time at sample point “i”, min. i 11.2 Particulate Concentration: The following calculations shall be conducted for each test run: from late the total sample weight Total Sample Weight: Calcu 11.2.1 laboratory results by adding the net weight gain of the filter sample(s), adjusted for a blank value, to the net weight of par ticulate matter collected in the acetone (or methanol) rinse, corrected for an form rd the results on a laboratory acetone (or methanol) blank. Reco similar to Figure 8-5. Sampling Rate: Sample flow rates for each point shall be determined 11.2.2 bration from the orifice calibration curve. Typically, the orifice cali re drop versus sample flow rat curve is a plot of orifice pressu es at standard temperature and pressure. Some calibration curves acco unt orifice for varying orifice temperatures, but rarely do they adjust for pressure and gaseous molecular weight. tely Consequently, the calibration curve must be corrected to accura reflect the relationship between the orifice differential press ure and the standard sampling flow rate . The correction to the standard fied by sampling flow rate for a constant orifice differential is speci Equation 8.11-1. Pb Mc s 2.4'  SRstd SRstd (Eq. 8.11-1) To Ms s at Note: Equation 8.11-1 only applies to the calibration curve th o F and an orifice pressure of represents an orifice temperature of 68 29.92”Hg. Set Mc equal to Ms (Mc:Ms ratio of 1) if sample gas i s Bws less than 0.05 vol./vol. mainly comprised of air with Calculate the sample gas volume by 11.2.3 Total Sample Gas Volume: multiplying each sample point duration in minutes, times the av erage sample rate (wet standard cubic feet per minute – wscfm) as determined using the orifice calibration curve and the correcte d sample rate from Equation 8.11-1. Add the volume of all sample points and adjust for exhaust gas moisture to get the total dry standard sample gas volume for the entire test run as shown by Equation 8.11- 2. n   Bws  )1'  ' SRstd Vstd (Eq. 8.11-2)     ii   i 1    C-8.8 G 000450 Item

378 Vol. D: Source sampling manual Attachment 1, edits shown EQC Nov. 15-16, 2018, meeting Source Sampling Manual Page 54 of 64 Calculate the particulate concentration in gr/dscf by th 11.2.4 e following equation: m n (Eq. 8.11-3) Cg  0154.0 Vstd ' 11.3 ns to determine the total Total Exhaust Gas Flow Rate: Use EPA Method 2 calculatio exhaust gas flow rate using the this DEQ method. data obtained from Section 9 of For some cyclones, the total flow may be adjusted to account fo r air purposely vented out the bottom of the cyclone. 11.4 Total Emissions: Calculate the total particulate emission rate (lb/hr) by the following equation: 00857.0  E QsCg (Eq. 8.11-4) std pling rate, defined as Percent Isokinetic Sampling Rate: Calculate the isokinetic sam 11.5 ity of the sample gas entering th the ratio of the average veloc e sample nozzle to the average sample point velocity. In esults, the value of this order to achieve acceptable r parameter must be between 80% a nd 120%. Test results falling ou tside this range shall be discarded, and the test repeated.  Vstd  ' Ts Ms 460 (Eq. 8.11-5)   2017.0 I 2 Ps   )1( dpCpDnBws 12.0 Test Reports The test report shall include as a minimum the information requ ested in Section 2.11 of this manual. C-8.9 G 000451 Item

379 Attachment manual Vol. shown sampling Source D: 1, edits Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Source Sampling Manual 55 Page of 64 Figure 8-1 C-8.10 G 000452 Item

380 Vol. D: Source sampling manual Attachment 1, edits shown EQC 15-16, Nov. meeting 2018, Source Sampling Manual of 64 56 Page Figure 8-2 METHOD 8 DATA ANALYSIS FORM _____ Facility_________________________________ Run Number___________ _____ Sample Location________________________ Test Date______________ Sample Recovered by____________________________________________ ____ Reagent Lab Analyst Audit* Weight Date/Time Lab (g) (g) Temp. RH o F % Filter Filter ID:____________ Tare Wt.:____________ Date/time into desiccator: ___________ Acetone Beaker ID:___________ Tare Wt.:____________ Solv. Vol.:___________ Solv. ID:_____________ Date/time into desiccator: ____________ eight *filter 5.0000 g + 0.5 mg tolerance – NIST traceable Class S w weight beaker 100.0000 g + 0.5 mg tolerance – NIST traceable Class S C-8.11 Item G 000453

381 Vol. D: Source sampling manual Attachment 1, edits shown meeting 2018, Nov. 15-16, EQC Source Sampling Manual of 64 57 Page Figure 8-3 METHOD 8 BLANK ANALYSIS DATA FORM _ Samples Prepared by________________________ Date_______________ Weight Lab Audit* Analyst Reagent Lab Date/Time (g) Temp. RH (g) o % F Pre Test Blank Filter Filter ID:____________ Tare Wt.:____________ Post Test Blank Filter Filter ID:____________ Tare Wt.:____________ Blank Acetone Beaker ID:___________ Tare Wt.:____________ Solv. Vol.:___________ Solv. ID:_____________ eight *filter 5.0000 g + 0.5 mg tolerance – NIST traceable Class S w beaker 100.0000 g + 0.5 mg tolerance – NIST traceable Class S weight C-8.12 Item G 000454

382 1, edits Source shown Attachment sampling manual Vol. D: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Source Sampling Manual 58 of 64 Page Figure 8-4 METHOD 8 TARE WEIGHT RECORD Indicate: filters or evaporation containers (beakers) Date_________ Date_________ Date_________ Date_________ Date_________ Time________ Time________ Time________ Time________ Time________ o o o o o Temp_____ Temp_____ F F Temp_____ Temp_____ F F F Temp_____ RH_______ % RH_______ % RH_______ % RH_______ % RH_______ % Media ID Audit____ gm Audit____ gm Audit____ gm Audit_____ gm Audit____ gm By__________ By__________ By__________ By__________ By__________ Weight (g) Weight (g) Weight (g) Weight (g) Weight (g) Figure 8-5 C-8.13 G 000455 Item

383 sampling manual shown 1, edits Attachment D: Source Vol. 2018, EQC meeting Nov. 15-16, Source Sampling Manual 59 of 64 Page METHOD 8 ANALYSIS SUMMARY Facility_________________________________ Run Number___________ ______ Sample Location________________________ Test Date______________ ______ Sample Recovered by____________________________________________ _____ RUN _____ RUN _____ RUN _____ RUN _____ RUN _____ ANALYSIS SAMPLE FILTER Filter ID Gross Wei , g m g ht ht , Tare Wei g m g m , ht g et Wei N g PRE TEST BLANK FILTER Filter ID , ht g Gross Wei m g g ht , m Tare Wei g g ht , m N g et Wei POST TEST BLANK FILTER Filter ID g m , ht g Gross Wei Tare Wei m g ht , g ht g , g m et Wei N ACETONE RINSE Acetone ID mls , Acetone Volume g g m , ht Gross Wei g m , ht g Tare Wei m , ht g et Wei N g ACETONE BLANK Acetone ID mls , Acetone Blk Vol. g ht g Gross Wei , m g Tare Wei , m g ht g m , ht g et Wei N , g ht N et Wei m g /ml TOTAL PM RECOVERY* g m , PM Recovered nk)) + (Acetone Rinse) – (Acetone Blank Corrected *Total PM = (Filter) – (Average (pre-test blank & post-test bla for Rinse Volume). Note: The b if the blank filter or rinse lank corrections for the filter and/or rinse samples are ‘0’, samples yield negative weight gains. C-8.14 Item G 000456

384 Vol. D: Source sampling manual Attachment 1, edits shown 2018, EQC Nov. 15-16, meeting Source Sampling Manual Page of 64 60 Oregon Source Sampling Method 8 High Volume Sampling Data Form 1 of 2 Figure 8-6 VELOCITY PRE-SURVEY Plant Name & Location__________________________________________ ____________ ____________ Date____________ Time_________________ By (name)_______________ Source Location or ID__________________________________________ _____________ High Pressure System □ Low Pressure System □ Type of Exhaust: □ □ China Hat Straight Vertical □ Other (specify)_________ □ Goose-Neck Temperature: Dry Bulb _______________ºF Wet Bulb _____________ _ºF Velocity Survey: Record velocity head at enough points to rough ly map the velocity distribution across the exhaust cross-section. Select six points for sample collection and show in diagram. Check if Y X  selected P Point inches inches O “ H ( ) 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Y 9 10 11 12 X Average C-8.15 Item G 000457

385 1, edits manual shown D: Source sampling Vol. Attachment Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Source Sampling Manual 61 Page of 64 Figure 8-7 Sampling Data and Field Analysis _____________ Source Identific ation ________________Run #________ Plant Name/Location _____________ Date_________ Time_________ By (name)______________Process Ope ration During Test: ______________ Temperature: Dry bulb___________ Wet bulb___________ %Moi sture__________ Ambient____________ Gas composition: %O )____________ _____________ Pitot factor (C _____________ %CO p 2 2 )______"H O Static Press (P 2 g )_____________ Barom etric Pressure(P ) __________________in. H Nozzle Dia. _______ __ Nozzle area (A g b n Sample Rate Sample Rate Velocity Pressure Orifice ΔH Location Orifice Sample Sample Indicated by Corrected for Temperature Volume Time Pt. Sampling Calibration Actual Pre-set Y ∆P X √∆P Curve Conditions o “H O O “ H 2 2 F minutes dscf scfm scfm 1 2 3 4 5 6 -- -- -- Avg. or Total -- Sample Filter ID: Acetone ID: Acetone Volume, mls. Pre Test Blank Filter ID: Post Test Blank Filter , ID: C-8.1 G 000458 Item

386 shown Attachment D: Source sampling manual Vol. 1, edits Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Source Sampling Manual Page of 64 62 APPENDIX D GENERAL CALIBRATION REQUIREMENTS FOR OREGON SOURCE SAMPLING METHODS D G 000459 Item

387 M8 G 000460 M7 Item Method X X X M5 Applicable ODEQ X X X X D-1 & D-2. X X X X M4 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X ING METHODS urce test. This could be accomplished 0.1D hole diam. <0.01 <0.01 conditions. <0.004” Criteria corrosion Acceptance EPA Method 2 mean deviation high minus low +1.5% absolute +1.5% absolute +1.5% absolute +1.5% absolute +1.5% absolute A & B deviation no nicks, dents, or to bend, after or use repair field use EPA M2 Frequency every 6 months every 6 months every 6 months every 6 months every 6 months every 6 months pre & post each prior to initial use > 6 D to tip, >8 D prior to each field 12 months & he same temperature at ambient F F F F F o o o o o D-1 or M2 size fpm F & 212 F & 212 F & 212 F & 212 F & 212 opening dynamic o o o o o 800; 1,500; 3 diameters interferences 32 32 32 32 32 static pressure ts specified by method supersede those presented within Tables 3,000; & 4,500 tapered edge of holes location & Sec. 10.3 of EPA face alignments & Calibration Points NTS FOR OREGON DEQ SOURCE SAMPL calibrated. All thermocouples should be checked before each so shown s and/or thermometers register t 1, edits Vol. Reference micrometer 4, 2-7, & 2-8 NIST traceable NIST traceable NIST traceable NIST traceable visual inspection NIST traceable, or (Cp=0.99) ist, quality assurance requiremen manual specifications illustrated in standard pitot tube thermocouple/potentiometer 2, Section 6.7 and Figure 2-5 ASTM mercury thermometer, specifications of EPA Method Method 2, Figures, 2-2, 2-3, 2- ASTM mercury thermometer, or ASTM mercury thermometer, or ASTM mercury thermometer, or ASTM mercury thermometer, or meeting sampling EQC Source 2018, D: Table D-1: CALIBRATION REQUIREME of 64 (pre-test) , x, Z, & W in limits) Oven/Filter Equipment B Orifice Meter Impinger Exit Stack/Exhaust 63 Measurement Dry Gas Meter Sample Nozzle Sample Nozzle 15-16, S-type pitot tube S-type pitot tube , P Standard pitot tube Note: Where inconsistencies ex A (initial & thereafter) (preferred procedure) , P t Page Attachment Nov. (D by noting on the field data sheets that all of the thermocouple TEMPERATURE MEASURING DEVICES Note: The entire measurement system including readout shall be SAMPLE NOZZLE PITOT TUBES Source Sampling Manual

388 M8 G 000461 M7 Item Method M5 Applicable ODEQ X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X M4 pre -1 & D-2. <0.030 min LING METHODS +5% average average average +5% of Y Criteria – Y + 0.1”Hg Acceptance demonstrate linearity on a 0.95

389 incorporated Attachment Source sampling manual Vol. 1, edits E: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Air Quality Program Page 1 of 64 Source Sampling Manual Volume 1 January, 1976 Revisions: April, 1979 Air Quality August, 1981 Division January, 1992 700 NE April, 2015 Multnomah St., Suite 600 November, 2018 Portland, OR 97232 Phone: (503) 229-5696 (800) 452-4011 Fax: (503) 229-6762 Contact: Mark Bailey www.oregon.gov /DEQ DEQ is a leader in restoring, maintaining and enhancing the quality of Oregon’s air, land and water. G 000462 Item Oregon Department of Environmental Quality

390 1, edits Attachment Source sampling manual Vol. E: incorporated Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 2 of 64 This report prepared by: Oregon Department of Environmental Quality 700 NE Multnomah St., Suite 600 Portland, OR 97232 1-800-452-4011 www.oregon.gov/deq Contact: Mark Bailey, 541-633-2006 be made available. Alternative formats (Braille, large type) of this document can tions & Outreach, Portland, at Contact DEQ’s Office of Communica 96. 503-229-5696, or toll-free in Oregon at 1-800-452-4011, ext. 56 Item G 000463 State of Oregon Department of Environmental Quality i i

391 1, edits Attachment Source sampling manual Vol. E: incorporated Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Page 3 of 64 Source Sampling Manual Table of Contents EXECUTIVE SUMMARY ... ... iv INTRODUCTION ... 1 1.0 PURPOSE AND SCOPE ... 1.1. ... 1 1.2. 1 ... APPLICABILITY ... 2.0 SOURCE SAMPLING GENERAL REQUIREMENTS ... ... 1 2.1. ... 1 TESTING DEADLINES FOR CONDUCTING SOURCE SAMPLING ... 2.2. DEPARTMENT NOTIFICATION ... 2 ... 2.3. 2 SOURCE TEST PLAN ... MODIFICATIONS/ALTERNATIVES TO METHODS OR PROCEDURES ... ... 2 2.4. 3 ... 2.5. SAMPLE REPLICATES ... ... 4 SAMPLE POSTPONEMENTS & STOPPAGES ... 2.6. 2.7. TEST DURATION & SAMPLE VOLUMES ... ... 4 4 ... ON LIMIT ... 2.8. IN-STACK DETECTI 2.9. REPRESENTATIVE TESTING CONDITIONS ... 6 2.10. SIGNIFICANT FIGURES & ROUNDING PROCEDURES ... ... 6 2.11. ... 7 REPORTING & RECORDKEEPING ... ... 8 3.0 SAMPLING METHODS ... 8 3.1. ESTABLISHED SAMPLING METHODS ... ... 9 3.2. DEQ SOURCE SAMPLING METHODS ... ... 10 3.3. QUALITY ASSURANCE REQUIREMENTS ... ... A APPENDIX A - SOURCE TEST PLAN & REPORTING REQUIREMENTS ... ... B APPENDIX B - LISTING OF SOURCE SAMPLING METHODS ... ... C APPENDIX C - OREGON DEQ SOURCE SAMPLING METHODS ... ... C.4 SUB-APPENDIX C-4 - OREGON DEQ SOURCE SAMPLING METHOD 4 ... SUB-APPENDIX C-5 - OREGON DEQ SOURCE SAMPLING METHOD 5 ... ... C.5 SUB-APPENDIX C-7 - OREGON DEQ SOURCE SAMPLING METHOD 7 ... ... C.7 ... C.8 SUB-APPENDIX C-8 - OREGON DEQ SOURCE SAMPLING METHOD 8 ... APPENDIX D - GENERAL CALIBRATION REQUIREMENTS ... D Item G 000464 State of Oregon Department of Environmental Quality iii

392 Attachment sampling incorporated 1, edits Vol. manual Source E: 2018, EQC meeting Nov. 15-16, Source Sampling Manual 4 of 64 Page Executive Summary DEQ’s Source Sampling Manual provides the procedures and test m ethods for conducting source sampling (i.e., stack testing) at facilities regulated by DEQ. The manual includes procedures for notifying DEQ of testing projects; preparing and obtaining appr oval of source test plans prior to conducting the testing; and preparing source test reports after the testing is completed. The manual identifies established sampling methods that are approve d for source sampling projects, as well as procedures for obtaining approval for modifications or alternatives to the methods. Most of the sampling methods are incorporated by reference. federal methods that have been methods that are unique to DEQ. The Source Sampling Manual However, there are several test 015 and 2018. The Source evisions in 1979, was first written in 1976 with r 1981, 1992, 2 an. regon’s State Implementation Pl Sampling Manual is included in O Item G 000465 State of Oregon Department of Environmental Quality i v

393 Source incorporated Vol. Attachment E: manual sampling 1, edits meeting Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC Source Sampling Manual Page 5 of 64 1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1. PURPOSE AND SCOPE This manual has been prepared by the Oregon Department of Envir onmental Quality (DEQ) for mpling of exhaust gas streams the purpose of delineating practices for the measurement and sa strative Rules. Within this originating from point sources in accordance with Oregon Admini document, the references to permit signify either an Air Contaminant Discharge Permit (ACDP) or an Oregon Title V Operating Permit, both issued by the State of Oregon. sonnel, testing contractors, and permittees. Collectively, with This manual applies to DEQ per permit requirements and promulgated sampling guidance documents , it outlines source sampling rce emissions testing. Unless techniques approved by DEQ for use in conducting stationary sou otherwise specified in an Oregon Administrative Rule, permit, or DEQ letter, these general Oregon. If there is a conflict requirements must be followed when conducting source testing in with a permit or rule and this manual, the permit or rule will take precedence. ersedes all previous versions This 2018 revision of the Source Sampling Manual, Volume I, sup of this manual. 1.2. APPLICABILITY The procedures specified in this manual are standard requirements for measuring point source emissions under normal circumstances. Methods or techniques not cited in this manual may be approved on a case-by-case basis. The measurement of point source emissions (i.e. stack testing) is conducted to determine the quantity, concentration, or destruction/removal of a specific pollutant or pollutants being emitted into the atmosphere by a regulated or non-regulated source. other agencies or organizations. This manual references test m ethods published by DEQ, EPA, and 2.0 SOURCE SAMPLING GENERAL REQUIREMENTS 2.1. TESTING DEADLINES FOR CONDUCTING SOURCE SAMPLING ng Regulation(s) 2.1.a. Identifyi The deadlines for conducting source sampling projects may be es tablished by any or all of the following: Air Contaminant Discharge Permit;   Oregon Title V Operating Permit;  Chapter 340 of Oregon Administrative Rules; Item G 000466 1 State of Oregon Department of Environmental Quality

394 Source incorporated E: Attachment sampling manual Vol. 1, edits 2018, 15-16, meeting EQC Nov. Source Sampling Manual 6 of 64 Page Title 40 of Code of Federal Regulations; or  Enforcement document (e.g., Mutual Agreement Order).  2.1.b. Time Extensions For sampling projects conducted to meet federal & state requirements, regulatory provisions to extend testing deadlines are limited and take int o account the ce by the required deadline circumstances contributing to the delay. Failure to test a sour e and may result in enforcement actions. may violate federal or state rul 2.2. DEPARTMENT NOTIFICATION DEQ must be notified of all source sampling projects that are r equired by DEQ, including federal requirements that have b een delegated to DEQ by the Environmental Protection Agency or by permit condition, DEQ mus t receive notification at least (EPA). Unless specified by rule submitted electronically or by 30 days in advance of the source test date. Notification may be hardcopy, and accompanied by a source test plan. ts that are not required by DEQ In addition, DEQ must be notified of all source sampling projec if test results are relied upon in permitting a source, used a s evidence in an enforcement case, quirements. with non-delegated federal re or used to demonstrate compliance 2.3. SOURCE TEST PLAN A source test plan must be approved by DEQ in advance of all so urce sampling projects that are Q by EPA. If not otherwise required by DEQ, including federal requirements delegated to DE specified by rule or permit condition, DEQ must be provided at least 30 days to review and rmit or rule often specifies 15 outine testing programs, the pe approve source test plans. For r days notice. Conversely, particularly complex source testing pr ograms may require 45 days or more for protocol approval. The d by the source owner, source test plan may be prepare source test plan will be reviewed ting the owner or operator. The operator, or consultant represen by the DEQ or by an agent representing DEQ. stipulated by Table A-1 in A source test plan must include, as a minimum, the information Appendix A. The source test plan should not include a copy of the p ublished sampling method unless specifically requested by th e regulating authority. In a ddition, sample system diagrams hematic deviates from be included within the source test plan unless the proposed sc not should published methodology. 2.4. MODIFICATIONS/ALTERNATIVES TO METHODS OR PROCEDURES 2.4.a. Testing Project s Required by DEQ tives to testing methods or pro All modifications and/or alterna cedures that are performed to satisfy DEQ testi ng requirements must receive appr oval from DEQ prior to their use in the field. When possible, these requests are to be addressed within the Source Test Plan. G 000467 Item State of Oregon Department of Environmental Quality 2

395 Source incorporated 1, edits Vol. manual sampling E: Attachment 2018, EQC meeting Nov. 15-16, Source Sampling Manual Page 7 of 64 If the need for testing modifications or alterations to the app roved Source Test Plan is discovered during field activities , approval must first be obta ined from the observing DEQ representative is not on site during field activities, Department representative. If a esentative may be approval from any DEQ Source Test Coordinator or other DEQ repr obtained. Changes not acknowledged by the DEQ could be basis fo r invalidating an entire test run and potentially the entire testing program. Doc umentation of any deviations must be incorporated in the source test report and include an evaluation of the impact of the deviation on the test data. d by Federal Regulations 2.4.b. Testing Projects Require For all testing projects performed to satisfy federal testing r equirements (e.g. NSPS, NESHAP), approval for modificati ons and alterations of federal testing requirements must follow the procedures outlin ed in the Emission Measurement Center Guideline methods and Document GD-022R3. As per this guideline, minor changes to test procedures may be approved by D EQ personnel. All other changes must be approved by EPA. modification to a federally Minor change to a test method is a enforceable test method that (a) does not decrease the stringency of the emission limitation or standard; (b) has of the applicable no national significance (e.g., does not affect implementation precedent, and individually ources, does not set a national regulation for other affected s does not result in a revision to the test method); and (c) is s ite-specific, made to reflect aints, or safety concerns or accommodate the operational characteristics, physical constr of an affected source. Examples of minor changes to a test proc edure are:  om an Modified sampling traverse or location to avoid interference fr obstruction in the stack,  Increasing the sampling time or volume, a high moisture situation,  Use of additional impingers for conducted Accepting particulate emission results for a test run that was  with a lower than specified temperature,  demonstrated sampling train that has been Substitution of a material in the to be more inert for the sample matrix, and in QA/QC  Changes in recovery and analytical techniques such as a change requirements needed to adjust for analysis of a certain sample matrix. ( Per memo from John S. Seitz, Director OAQPS, Delegation of 40 CFR Part 63 General Provisions Authorities to State and Local Air Pollution Control Agencies, Attachment 1, July 10, 1998) 2.5. SAMPLE REPLICATES Unless otherwise specified by permit, State rule, federal regulation, or Department letter, each source test must consist of at least three (3) test runs and the emission results reported for each run individually and as the arith metic average of all valid tes t runs. If for reasons beyond the control of the permittee (e.g., forced shutdown, extreme meteorological conditions, failure of an dated and cannot be replaced by a irreplaceable portion of the sample train) a test run is invali valid test run, DEQ may consider accepting two (2) test runs fo r demonstrating compliance with . However, all test runs, includi ng those deemed invalid, are to be the emission limit or standard included in the test report. Item G 000468 3 State of Oregon Department of Environmental Quality

396 manual E: Attachment incorporated 1, edits Source sampling Vol. meeting 2018, EQC Nov. 15-16, Source Sampling Manual 8 of 64 Page 2.6. SAMPLE POSTPONEMENTS & STOPPAGES It is acceptable to postpone a scheduled test or suspend a test in progress if the discontinuation truction delays beyond the is due to equipment failure beyond the facility’s control, cons orological conditions, and situations that would jeopardize the facility’s control, severe mete safety of the testing contractors and/or operators. If the test is underway, the permittee should make every effort to complete t he test run. All recoverable test information (process & sample data) must be available for DEQ review. It is unacceptable to postpone or suspend a test run in progress if it is discontinued because the existing emission factor, or source is not able to comply with an emission limit, verify an comply with a control equipment performance standard. The permittee must provide DEQ written documentation explaining the reasons for the postponeme nt or stoppage, and any data tion and all available stack test collected prior to the stoppage . DEQ will review the documenta violation occurred. data to determine if a 2.7. TEST DURATION & SAMPLE VOLUMES & Volume Requirements 2.7.a. General Duration ation, or Department Unless otherwise specified by permit, state rule, federal regul . For criteria pollutants letter, each source test must be a minimum of one (1) hour long (PM, PM , PM , NO ing wet-chemistry methods, , CO, & VOCs) measured utiliz , SO 10 2.5 x x the sample volume must be sufficient to ensure a minimum In-Sta ck Detection Limit n 2.8 of this manual for (ISDL) of one-half (1/2) the emission standard. Refer to Sectio the definition and calculation of ISDL. Unless otherwise specified by rule, permit condition, or source test plan approval letter, sampling programs must all toxic air contaminants and hazardous air pollutants (HAPs) that the mass recovered is at least five (5) times the ensure adequate sample volumes so ely, the ISDL must be less limit of detection for the analytical method chosen. Alternativ than or equal to one-fifth (1/5) the emission standard. For purposes of this section, “emission standard” refers to emission limits (other than Plant Site Emission Limits), emission factor(s), and/or destruc tion and removal efficiencies. 2.7.b. DEQ Methods Specific Duration & Volume Requirements m sample volume must be the gr eater of 31.8 dry For DEQ Methods 5 & 7, the minimu -Stack Detection Limit standard cubic feet (dscf) or sufficient to ensure a minimum In e minimum sample (ISDL) of one-half (1/2) the emission standard. In addition, th duration must be 60 minutes. me must be the For DEQ Method 8 (high volume sampler), the minimum sample volu greater of 150 dry standard cubic feet (dscf) or sufficient to ensure a minimum In-Stack Detection Limit of one-half (1/2) the emission standard. In add ition, the minimum sample duration must be 15 minutes. 2.8. IN-STACK DETECTION LIMIT G 000469 Item State of Oregon Department of Environmental Quality 4

397 Attachment sampling manual Vol. 1, edits incorporated Source E: 15-16, meeting EQC 2018, Nov. Source Sampling Manual 9 of 64 Page 2.8.a. General In-Stack De tection Limit (ISDL) In general practice, the In-Stack Detection Limit (ISDL) is defined as follows: AxB ISDL  C Where: ISDL = In-Stack detection limit Analytical detection limit for analyte (e.g., pollutant) in a = A sample matrix (e.g., solution, filter, resin) = Quantity of sample matrix (e.g. milliliters of solution) B C = Volume of stack gas sampled Example: For an HCl sample with the following characteristics: = 1 ug (HCl) per ml of solution; A B = 300 mls of sample solution; and . 1 dscm of exhaust gas (C) drawn through the sample solution = C The ISDL in ug/dscm would be calculated as follows: ISDL = (A x B)/C (1 ug/ml x 300 ml)/1 dscm ISDL = 300 ug/dscm ISDL = 2.8.b. ISDL for Particu late Measurement Methods analytical detection When calculating the ISDL for particulate sampling methods, the limits (A) are:  7 mg for ODEQ Methods 5 & 7 (total particulate), rticulate), 3 mg for EPA Methods 5, 5A, 5B, 5D, 5E, 5F, & 17 (filterable pa  4 mg for EPA Method 202 (condensable particulate), and   100 mg for ODEQ Method 8 (high vo ulate). lume sampler-filterable partic Additionally, when calculating the ISDL for the above particula te sampling methods, the quantity of sample matrix ( character "B" in equation) equals "1 sample train". 2.8.c. ISDL for Instrumental Monitoring Reference Methods monitoring (CEM) reference met The ISDL for continuous emission hods (i.e., 3A, 6C, 16C, 7E, 10, 20, & 25A), is equa l to the sensitivity of the ins trumentation, which is two percent (2%) of the span val ue (as per the CEMS Methods). 2.8.d. ISDL Expressed on a M ass Rate or Process Rate Basis G 000470 Item State of Oregon Department of Environmental Quality 5

398 incorporated 1, edits Vol. manual sampling Source E: Attachment meeting Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC Source Sampling Manual 10 Page of 64 If the emission standard is expressed on a mass rate basis, a representative flow and/or a concentration basis) to process rate is to be applied in conjunction with the ISDL (on obtain a value expressed in comparable units. 2.9. REPRESENTATIVE TESTING CONDITIONS ck test must successfully ith an emission standard, the sta For demonstrating compliance w demonstrate that a facility is capable of complying with the applicable standard under all fore, an owner or operator sh normal operating conditions. There ould conduct the source test te the highest emissions. During while operating under typical worst-case conditions that genera operate at levels that equal or the compliance demonstration, new or modified equipment should g equipment, emission units exceed ninety-percent (90%) of the design capacity. For existin 0%) of normal maximum should operate at levels that equal or exceed ninety-percent (9 s) that generate the highest operating rates. Furthermore, the process material(s) and fuel( emissions for the pollutant(s) being tested should be used during the testing. Operating requirements for performance tests are often specified by State or federal rule, or by permit condition. t must generate an emission When verifying or determining an emission factor, the stack tes factor that represents normal emissions for the operating condi tion tested. Multiple testing projects may be required for sources that experience variations in process, have frequent start- fuel combinations, utilize num ups and shut-downs, use multiple erous process materials, or manufacture diverse products. Whether sampling to demonstrate compliance, to establish an emi ssion factor, or to support an ribe in detail the proposed process toxic air contaminant risk assessment, it is imperative to desc conditions within the Source Test Plan. Refer to Section 2.3 an d Appendix A of this manual for Source Test Plan requirements. 2.10. SIGNIFICANT FIGURES & ROUNDING PROCEDURES 2.10.a. Significant Figures All federal emission standards have at least two (2) significant figures but no more than three (3) (Memorandum from William G. Lawton and John S. Seitz to New Source Performance Standards/National Emission Standards for Hazardous Pollutants elines”, June 6, Compliance Contacts, subject “Performance Test Calculation Guid 1990). For example, 0.04 gr/dscf is considered to be 0.040 gr/dscf and 90 mg/dscm is considered to be 90. mg/dscm. Generally, DEQ emission standards have at least two (2) significant figures. e defined by the However, the number of significant figures for DEQ standards ar standards themselves. For example, 40 lbs/hr is considered to b e 40. lbs/hr and 0.1 gr/dscf does not include additional significant figures. nt figures within the It is imperative to maintain an appropriate number of significa nimize the discrepancy of result intermediate calculations to mi s due to rounding inconsistencies. In general, at least five (5) significant figures should be retained throughout the intermediate calculations. Item G 000471 6 State of Oregon Department of Environmental Quality

399 sampling E: Source Attachment manual Vol. 1, edits incorporated EQC Nov. 2018, meeting 15-16, Source Sampling Manual of 64 11 Page 2.10.b. Rounding Procedures difference between The procedure for rounding of a figure or a result may mean the the routine onstrating a violation. Based on demonstrating compliance or dem for Testing and Materials (AS TM, Standard for specified by the American Society Metric Practice E 380) the following procedure must be used: If the first digit to be discarded is less than five (5), the last digit retained should not be changed. When the first digit discard ed is greater than five (5), or if it is a five (5) followed by at least one digit other than zero (0), the last figure retained first digit discarded is exactly five, should be increased by one unit. When the followed only by zeros (0s), the last digit retained should be rounded upward if it is an odd number, but no adjustment made if it is an even number. For example, if the emission sta ndard is 0.040 gr/dscf, then 0. 040341 would be rounded to 0.040, 0.040615 would be rounded to 0.041, 0.040500 would be rounded e significant figures to 0.040, and 0.041500 would be rounded to 0.042 (note that fiv were retained prior to rounding). 2.11. REPORTING & RECORDKEEPING 2.11.a. Report Content & Format consistent with the source sampling report must be At a minimum, the content of the requirements outlined in Table A-2 in Appendix A. DEQ recognize s that the presentation and format of the reports will vary between sampli ng projects and testing ll essential contractors. However, the report must comprehensively include a information and maintain suffici ent detail to satisfactorily communicate the test objectives and results. ts should be published To conserve storage space and natural resources, all test repor utilizing both-sides of each page. In addition, each page of the report body and of the appendices is to be numbered for ease of reference. Refer to Se ction 2.11.b. for information on the Source Test Audit Report. 2.11.b. Source Test Audit Report (STAR) A Source Testing Audit Report (STAR) is required for all testin g required by DEQ. Like test reports, the submittal of the STAR is the responsibil ity of the owner or operator. DEQ may not accept test reports that do not include t he STAR or if the “Guidelines for submitted STAR is incomplete or inaccurate. Refer to the docume nt, for more details regarding the STAR. Completing Source Testing Audit Report” Contact a DEQ Source Test Coordinator to receive instructions on how to obtain the most current STAR forms. 2.11.c. Reporting Results that are below the In-Stack Detection Limits Emission tests occasionally yield results that are below the in -stack detection limit (ISDL) for a given pollutant. These data frequently provide im portant information, depending on the purpose of the test and if the tester extracte d an adequate sample volume (see Section 2.7). Therefore, unless otherwise stated by method, rule, or hen results from permit, the following reporting procedures are to be followed w replicate tests are below the in-stack detection limit. Substitution at less than the G 000472 Item State of Oregon Department of Environmental Quality 7

400 sampling E: Source Attachment manual Vol. 1, edits incorporated EQC Nov. 2018, meeting 15-16, Source Sampling Manual of 64 12 Page ISDL may be used in Cleaner Air Oregon risk assessments conducted under OAR 340 division 245 if approved by DEQ.  s less than (<) the Each test replicate that is below the ISDL should be reported a ncluded in a multi-run detection limit value (e.g., <0.14). If the test replicate is i test series, the ISDL value is used when calculating the numerical average.  age of a test series than (<) if the numerical aver Label the average result as less includes at least one test replicate below the ISDL. as the sum of the Several groups of toxic air contam inants are generally reported individual compounds (or elements) within that group. For example, the individual rs’) specified in the test m dioxin/furan compounds (or ‘congene ethod are summed using toxicity factors and reported as a single value (i.e., 2, 3,7,8-TCDD Equivalents). lso expressed as The corresponding emission limits and/or emission factors are a e reported as ‘below 2,3,7,8-TCDD Equivalents. If any of the individual congeners ar the detection limit’ for a given test result, the contribution of that congener to the detection limit. The 2,3,7,8-TCDD Equivalent value sha ll be calculated as 0.5 x the 2,3,7,8-TCDD Equivalent value is a ‘composite result’ of the in dividual dioxin/furan compounds in a given sample. Although this TCDD Equivalent valu e may contain non-detectable quantities, the value is reported as a quantity (i.e., not a ‘< DL’ value). Other groups of compounds that present similar reporting complexities are polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), Total Organic M). A specific Hazardous Air Pollutants (OHAPs), and Total Selected Metals (TS regulation, method, or permit condition may dictate other calcu lation procedures to be followed in combining non-det ithin a composite ectable with measured quantities w result; these shall take preceden t over the above-described approach. 2.11.d. Report Submittal Unless otherwise specified by rule or permit, one (1) bound cop y of the source test report must be submitted to the regional Source Test Coordinato r within 30 days ated by DEQ on a following the field work. Requests for extensions will be evalu case- by-case basis. An electronic version of the report can a lso be submitted in addition to the bound copy. 2.11.e. Recordkeeping ical results should All documentation of sampling equipment calibrations and analyt be maintained for a minimum of five years. st samples must be In general, the unanalyzed portions (aliquots) of the source te preserved up to the maximum holding times as specified by metho d. Sample filters gravimetrically analyzed for par ticulate matter are to be archi ved for a minimum of 6 laboratory glassware months. However, sample archiving specifications pertaining to is left to the discretion of the analyzing laboratory and the t esting contractor. 3.0 SAMPLING METHODS 3.1. ESTABLISHED SAMPLING METHODS G 000473 Item 8 State of Oregon Department of Environmental Quality

401 sampling incorporated E: 1, edits Vol. manual Source Attachment EQC meeting 15-16, Nov. 2018, Source Sampling Manual of 64 Page 13 within Appendix B of this various pollutants are listed Established sampling methods for d originate from various manual. These methods have historically been accepted by DEQ an nclusive and may not reflect zations. This list is not all-i governmental agencies and organi current method updates. The use of atically approved by DEQ. a listed method is not autom Instead, written DEQ approval is r equired prior to all testing projects that are executed to satisfy state or federal testing requirements. Refer to Sections 2.2 & 2.3 of this manual for notification and source test plan requirements. Generally, DEQ sampling methods (ODEQ Methods) or EPA methods ( promulgated, alternative, & conditional) are p referable for conducting a tes ting program. In some cases, utilizing methods published by oth er public agencies and organi zations are often valid and more desirable, but must be evaluated cautiously to ensure that the test requirements established by rule or permit are satisfied. 3.2. DEQ SOURCE SAMPLING METHODS ese methods do not DEQ test methods are presented in Appendix C of this manual. Th procedures critical to their s encompass all the provisions and uccessful use. Persons performing these methods must have a compreh ysical sciences, have ample ensive understanding of the ph equipment, and have a thorough knowledge of the sources to experience utilizing the testing which they are applied. that are consistent with their DEQ test methods should only be applied to sampling situations applicability. A careful and thorough evaluation of the applica bility of each method to a specific testing condition is strongly recommended. Modifications or alt erations to DEQ test methods n the testing program. Refer to must receive approval from DEQ prior to their utilization withi Section 2.4 of this manual for requirements pertaining to modif ications to methods or procedures. egon Source Sampling Manual There are multiple references to EPA test methods within the Or and test methods. The EPA methods are incorporated into this manual by reference as of the date they were published in the C FR, as shown below. Sampling p rovisions and procedures published within the most up-to-date revisions to the CFR may b e incorporated into the testing program if approved by the administrator. EPA Methods incorporated by reference: Methods 1 through 30B: 40 CFR, Part 60, Appendix A, July 2012 Methods 201 through 207: 40 CFR Part 52, Appendix M, July 2012 Part 63, Appendix A, July 2012 Methods 301 through 323: 40 CFR EPA Publication SW-846, Third Edition Item G 000474 9 State of Oregon Department of Environmental Quality

402 incorporated E: Source manual Attachment Vol. 1, edits sampling 2018, Nov. 15-16, EQC meeting Source Sampling Manual 14 Page of 64 3.3. Quality Assurance Requirements Quality assurance , including minimum calibration requirements are typically specified within each test method. DEQ test methods often refer to EPA test methods for quality assurance procedures The calibration requirements for Oregon DEQ Methods 4, 5, 7, & 8 are summarized tencies exist, quality assuran ce requirements specified by within Appendix D. Where inconsis e those presented within Appendix D. method or by regulation supersed G 000475 Item 10 State of Oregon Department of Environmental Quality

403 sampling E: Source Attachment manual incorporated 1, edits Vol. EQC Nov. 2018, meeting 15-16, Source Sampling Manual of 64 Page 15 APPENDIX A SOURCE TEST PLAN & TEST REPORT REQUIREMENTS A G 000476 Item

404 Vol. incorporated 1, edits Attachment manual sampling Source E: Nov. EQC 2018, 15-16, meeting Source Sampling Manual 16 Page of 64 MINIMUM SOURCE TEST PLAN REQUIREMENTS c format, but the information listed in Table DEQ does not require that source test plans adhere to a specifi g statements must be included in the test A-1 must be included (as applicable). In addition, the followin plan:  me duration of twenty-four (24) hours Sampling replicate(s) will not be accepted if separated by a ti or more, unless prior authorization is granted by DEQ. All compliance source tests must be performed while the emission unit(s) are operating at normal  applicable rule, normal maximum maximum operating rates. Unless defined by permit condition or th operating rate is defined as the 90 percentile of the average hourly operating rates during a 12 month period immediately preceding the source test. Rates not i n agreement with those stipulated in the Air Contaminant Discharge Permit can result in rejection of the test data. Imposed process limitations could also result from operating at atypical rates during the compliance demonstration. and/or the specified methods The DEQ must be notified of any changes in the source test plan  prior to testing. Significant changes not acknowledged by the D EQ could be the basis for invalidating a test run and potentially the entire testing program. Documentation of any deviations must include an evaluation of the impact of the deviation on th e test data. Method-specific quality assurance/quality control (QA/QC) proce dures must be performed to  ensure that the data is valid for determining source compliance. Documentation of the procedures and results shall be presented in the source test report for review. Omission of this critical information will result in rejection of the data, requiring a r etest.  r production process and emission Only regular operating staff may adjust the combustion system o control parameters during the source performance tests and with in two (2) hours prior to the tests. Any operating adjustments made during the source performance te sts, which are a result of consultation during the tests with source testing personnel, equipment vendors or consultants, may render the source performance test invalid. Source test reports must be submitted to DEQ within thirty (30) days of the test dates, unless  n, or by DEQ written approval. another deadline has been stipulated, either by permit conditio A-1 Item G 000477

405 1, edits Vol. incorporated E: Source sampling manual Attachment Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Source Sampling Manual of 64 Page 17 Table A-1 SOURCE TEST PLAN REQUIREMENTS Item Description Explanatory Notes # Facility Identification Facility Name; - 1 - Facility Address; Permit Number (and source number if under General - Permit); - Emission Unit(s) included within proposed testing project Facility Personnel Name, address , phone number(s) and e-mail for: 2 - Project Manager - On-site Contact (if different than Project Manager) Testing Contractor Personnel Name, physical address, phone number(s) and e-mail for: 3 Project Manager - Site Personnel (Team Leader, Technicians) - Laboratory Support - Project Purpose Specify purpose of project (compliance, emission factor - 4 verification, applicability study, etc.) - Specify permit condition or rule initiating project - Specify applicable compliance limits and emission factors Schedule - Specify testing dates for each unit tested 5 Specify starting times (approximate) for each test day - ing the following: Description of the emission unit(s), includ Source Description 6 Narrative of the emission source (system type, - manufacturer, date installed, capacity, configuration, fuel type, etc.) - Narrative of the pollution control device (system type, d, configuration, etc.) manufacturer, date installe Narrative of the sample locations (where in system, - t configuration, etc.) distances to disturbances, duc measured: Pollutant(s) Measured Specify the following for each pollutant 7 - Pollutant (CO, PM, Formaldehyde, etc.) Reporting unit for each pollutant (ppmdv, lbs/hr, lbs/ton, - etc.) Include the following for each test method propose d: Test Methods 8 - Method reference number ( e.g., EPA 1, ODEQ 7); - Copy of method (only if requested by DEQ); - Quantifiable or detectable limits for each pollutant Specify the number of sample replicates for each method Sampling Replicates - 9 on each emission unit; - Specify the duration of each sample replicate for each method. Production and Process - List the parameters to be recorded 10 Specify the frequency of measurements and recordings Information - - Specify how each parameter is measured (manual, instrument, etc.) A-2 Item G 000478

406 Vol. E: Source sampling manual Attachment 1, edits incorporated 2018, Nov. meeting EQC 15-16, Source Sampling Manual of 64 18 Page List the parameters to be recorded - Pollution Control Device 11 - Information Specify the frequency of measurements and recordings Specify how each parameter is measured (manual, - instrument, etc.) - Specify how sample(s) will be collected (include Fuel Sampling and Analysis - 12 references to established procedures such as ASTM, if applicable) Specify frequency of collection - - Specify the type of analysis, the analytical procedure, and the analytical laboratory Other Test Method Include in the test plan a brief discussion of: 13 Applicability of proposed test methods - Considerations Any and all proposed method modifications/deviations, - including modifications/deviations to QA/QC activities - Any foreseeable problems with sample recovery Any known errors in the proposed method(s) - - Simultaneous testing (multiple parameters or methods) - Multiple exhaust points of t he source (if applicable) Possible method interferences - - Cyclonic flow measurements (if applicable) - Stratification measurements Other Process Considerations Include in the test plan a brief discussion of: 14 - it compares to day-to-day Target process rate(s) and how operations and the unit’s rated capacity - Product (e.g., type, size, specie, etc.) - Potential process variability (i.e., continuous, cyclical, etc.) Whether the proposed test conditions represent worst-case - conditions with respect to emissions A-3 Item G 000479

407 Vol. E: Source sampling manual Attachment 1, edits incorporated EQC Nov. 15-16, 2018, meeting Source Sampling Manual 19 of 64 Page MINIMUM SOURCE TEST REPORT REQUIREMENTS format, but the information listed in Table The DEQ does not require that test reports adhere to a specific A-2 (below) needs to b e included (as applicable). Reports shall be organized in a clear and logical fashion to promote correctness and accuracy. Table A-2 SOURCE TEST REPORT REQUIREMENTS Explanatory Notes Description Item# Facility Name - Facility Identification 1 Facility Address - Permit Number (and source number if under General - Permit) - Emission Unit(s) included within the testing project Name, address, phone number(s) and e-mail for: Facility Personnel 2 - Project Manager On-site Contact (if different than Project Manager) - Name, physical address, phone number(s) and e-mail for: Testing Contractor 3 - Project Manager Personnel - Site Personnel (Team Leader, Technicians) - Laboratory Support Specify purpose of project (compliance, emission factor - Project Purpose 4 verification, applicability study, etc.) Specify permit condition or rule initiating project - Specify applicable compliance limits and emission - factors - Specify testing dates for each unit tested Schedule 5 - Specify starting and ending times for each test run Description of the emission unit(s), including the following: Source Description 6 Narrative of the emission source (system type, - manufacturer, date installed, capacity, configuration, fuel type, etc.) - Stack height above the ground - Orientation of the exhaust (vertical, horizontal, etc.) Narrative of the pollution control device (system type, - d, configuration, etc.) manufacturer, date installe - Narrative of the sample locations (where in system, t configuration, etc.) distances to disturbances, duc Operating rates and paramete rs, including the following: Process & Pollution Control 7 - Process rates for each run on each emission unit Operating Rates & Settings Process characteristics for each test run (temperature, - process time, size, species, pressures, settings, fuel characteristics, etc.) Pollution control device parameters for each test run - (temperature, pressure drop, water injection rate, voltage, settings, etc.) A-4 Item G 000480

408 Vol. 1, edits incorporated E: Source sampling manual Attachment Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Source Sampling Manual Page 20 of 64 Description of process changes and interruptions that - occurred during testing. Discuss the following for each pollutant measured: Pollutant(s) Measured 8 - Specie (CO, PM, Formaldehyde, Opacity, etc.) - Reporting unit for each specie (ppmdv, lbs/hr, lbs/ton, etc.) Include the following for each test method: Test Methods 9 Method reference number ( e.g., EPA 1, ODEQ 7) - - Discuss deviations from published methods and their impact on test results - One summary table for each emission unit (when Summary of Results 10 possible) - List individual run results and average (when possible) - Include applicable emission standard, factor, or compliance limit Spreadsheets & electronic data records - Supporting Sampling 11 - Field data sheets, notes, and forms Information - Equipment calibration documentation (field & laboratory equipment) - Example calculations Sampling equipment description - Pre-test procedure documentation (stratification, - cyclonic, etc.) Electronic data records - Laboratory Analysis 12 Data sheets, notes, and forms - Analytical detection limit for each constituent - - Applicable analytical QA/QC information - Chain of custody - Electronic generated output (if applicable) Supporting Process & 13 - Log sheets and forms Pollution Control Operating capacity - Information - 90% Percentile 12 Month Operating Analysis (existing sources) - Complete for each test method and emission unit Source Test Audit Report 14 - Complete certification form - Test plan Test Correspondence 15 Test plan approval correspondence - Approval for method deviations - Applicable permit excerpts that pertain to testing - requirements, emission limits, and emission factors A-5 G 000481 Item

409 incorporated Source E: sampling manual Vol. 1, edits Attachment 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Nov. Source Sampling Manual of 64 Page 21 APPENDIX B LISTING OF SOURCE SAMPLING METHODS ALPHABETICALLY BY POLLUTANT OR STACK PARAMETER B Item G 000482

410 Vol. incorporated 1, edits E: Source sampling manual Attachment Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Source Sampling Manual 22 Page of 64 ESTABLISHED SAMPLING METHODS POLLUTANT OR STACK COMMENTS TEST METHOD PARAMETER Method depends on isokinetic Ammonia EPA CTM-027, BAAQMD ST- requirements 1B, EPA 320, Carbon Dioxide (CO EPA 3, EPA 3A, EPA 3B ) 2 EPA 10 Carbon Monoxide EPA 26A, EPA 26 SW846-0050 Chloride (Total) Dioxins & Furans EPA 23, SW846-23a Method depends on source type, Formaldehyde NCASI 98.01,NCASI 99.02, isokinetic and ISDL requirements. NCASI A105.1, EPA 316, EPA 320, EPA 323 Gaseous Organics Not applicable for high molecular EPA 18 weight compounds or for compounds with very low vapor pressure at stack or instrument conditions. Hydrogen Chloride, EPA 26, EPA 26A, SW846- Use EPA 26A when isokinetic sampling is required. 0050, EPA 321 Hydrogen Halide and Halogens EPA 321 utilizes FTIR and is specific to Portland Cement Kilns Methanol Methods may also be applicable to EPA 308, NCASI 98.01, NCASI 99.02 NCASI A105.1 phenol with approval EPA 4, ODEQ 4 Moisture Content EPA 3, EPA 3A, EPA 3B Molecular Weight Incl udes: Antimony, Arsenic, Barium, EPA 29, SW846-0060 Metals Beryllium, Cadmium, Total Chromium, Cobalt, Copper, Lead, Manganese, Mercury, Nickel, Phosphorus, Selenium, Silver, Thallium, Zinc. EPA 7E, EPA 20 Nitrogen Oxides EPA 25 subject to interference by H Nonmethane Organic EPA 25, EPA 25C, BAAQMD O 2 and CO Compounds (NMOC) ST-7, SCAQMD 25.3, EPA . ST-7 applicable for 2 CTM-042 compounds that respond well to FID. 25.3 for low concentration sources. EPA 25C for LFG. CTM-042 for bakeries. DEQ EPA 9, EPA ALT Method 082 ALT 082 when pre-approved by Opacity Oxygen EPA 3, EPA 3A, EPA 3B Particulate Matter- EPA 5, EPA 5A, EPA 5B, EPA ODEQ 8 acceptable under limited Filterable 5D, EPA 5E, EPA 5F, EPA 5i, conditions EPA 17, Modified DEQ 5, DEQ EPA 5i for low level particulate 8 Particulate Matter - Total ODEQ 5, ODEQ 7, EPA 5/202 Particulate Matter - <10um EPA 201A/202 B-1 G 000483 Item

411 1, edits Vol. incorporated sampling Source E: Attachment manual Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Source Sampling Manual Page of 64 23 Particulate Matter-<2.5um EPA 201A/202 Phenol NCASI 98.01, NCASI 99.02, EPA 18, NCASI A105.1 EPA 6, EPA 6C, EPA 8 EPA 8 also measures sulfuric acid mist Sulfur Dioxide Use for Total Enclosure EPA 204 determining capture efficiency. Total Hydrocarbons EPA 25A, EPA 18 Applicable to alkanes, alken es, and aromatic hydrocarbons. EPA 25A has a fractional response to many other organic compounds. EPA 16, EPA 16A, EPA 16C Total Reduced Sulfur Velocity and Volumetric EPA 2, EPA 2A, EPA 2C, EPA EPA 2 if duct >12” in diameter 2E, EPA 2F, EPA 2G, EPA 2H Flow Rate EPA 2A if duct < 12” in diameter Volatile Organic EPA 320 Analyzes for specific defined VOCs Compounds by FTIR Total VOC’s reported on an equivalent EPA 25, EPA 25A, EPA 25B Volatile Organic basis (i.e. “as propane”) Compounds- Uncharacterized Analyzes for specific defined VOCs. Volatile Organic EPA 18, EPA CTM-028 EPA 18 not applicable for high Compounds by GC molecular weight compounds or for compounds with very low vapor pressure at stack or instrument conditions. CTM-028 direct interface. B-2 Item G 000484

412 sampling Attachment manual Vol. 1, edits incorporated E: Source 2018, EQC meeting Nov. 15-16, Source Sampling Manual Page of 64 24 APPENDIX C OREGON DEQ SOURCE SAMPLING METHODS C-4: Oregon Method 4 (moisture) C-5: Oregon Method 5 (PM) C-7: Oregon Method 7 (PM) C-8: Oregon Method 8 (PM, High Volume) C G 000485 Item

413 incorporated E: Attachment Source sampling manual Vol. 1, edits Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Source Sampling Manual 25 Page of 64 SUB-APPENDIX C-4 OREGON DEQ SOURCE SAMPLING METHOD 4 C-4 G 000486 Item

414 Vol. E: Source sampling manual Attachment 1, edits incorporated 2018, meeting Nov. 15-16, EQC Source Sampling Manual 26 Page of 64 Oregon Method 4 State of Oregon Department of Environmental Quality Source Sampling Method 4 Determination of Moisture Content of Stack Gases (Alternate Method) Under certain conditions, the quantity of water vapor in the g Principle. as stream can be 1. determined by measuring the wet-bulb and dry-bulb temperatures of the gaseous fluid. . This method is applicable for the determination of the moistu Applicability re content of the 2. oisture content measurements sample stream when EPA Method 4 is not suitable or when rigid m are not essential to the success of the testing program. 3. Procedure. 3.1 Measure the dry bulb temperature in the conventional way us ing either a thermometer or thermocouple. sock soaked with water. 3.2 Wrap the end of the temperature-measuring device in a cloth Insert the sock and temperature- measuring device into the flowi ng gas stream and allow the temperature to reach a steady state value. Caution: after the water on the sock has evaporated, the temperature will rise to the dry bulb temperatu re. (Refer to Figure 4-1). The wet bulb temperature must be taken while the sock is satura ted with moisture. 3.3 Apply the wet bulb readings to Table 4-1 to determine the w ater vapor pressure in the determine the gas stream. Then use the dry bulb reading and equation 4.4-1 to approximate water vapor content. In lieu of using Table 4-1, equation 4.4-2 may be utilized to determine the vapor pressure at saturation if the w et bulb temperature is less o F. than 175 ic pressure is 29.92 + 0.5 inches of mercury (in. Hg) apply 3.4 Alternately, if the barometr the wet bulb and dry bulb readings to a standard psychrometric chart and determine the approximate water vapor content. Interferences and Calculations 4. 4.1 Wet-bulb temperature readings may be affected by other gas stream components that ionize when dissolved in water (e.g., salts, acids, bases ) or hydrocarbon compounds, particularly water-soluble solvents. The effect of these components on the wet-bulb of the above compounds exist a t temperature is usually negligible. However, should any levels that cause inaccurate wet-bulb readings, the tester must utilize an alternative approach to determine moisture. 4.2 The wet depression temperature is dependent on the total pressure (i.e., barometric pressure + static pressure) in the gas stream. Moisture concen trations that are obtained C-4.1 G 000487 Item

415 Vol. E: Source sampling manual Attachment 1, edits incorporated Nov. 2018, meeting EQC 15-16, Source Sampling Manual of 64 27 Page s at, or near, 1 atmosphere from a psychometric chart are reliable only if the gas stream i 5 in. Hg). For other pressure conditions, the tester must pressure (i.e., 29.92 in. Hg + 0. use Equation 4.4-1 to calculate the gas stream moisture content. ties: 4.3 Additionally, the following conditions can lead to difficul 4.3.a. Very high dry bulb temperature (in excess of 500º F). 4.3.b. Very high or very low gas velocities. 4.3.c. High concentrations of particulate matter which may adhere to the wet sock. Dry bulb d/b temp. Wet bulb w/b temp. Elapsed Time Figure 4-1 4.4 Moisture Equation: tteP  ))("( s wd e  " t  )3.1(2800 w ) ( Eq. 4.4-1 OH  x 100 2 P s where : e" = Vapor pressure of H , in. Hg (See Table 4-1) O at t 2 w P = Exhaust gas pressure (absolute), in. Hg s t = Dry bulb temperature, ºF d = Wet bulb temperature, ºF t w C-4.2 Item G 000488

416 G 000489 Item 9 Los 1.378 1.875 5.732 9.424 3.351 7.384 2.521 4.406 14.96 41.52 18.61 49.93 59.67 22.99 28.18 34.33 11.92 ) w 03 0.7144 02 0.1567 66 0.9989 32 0.0982 92 0.2383 58 0.5035 47 0.0233 8 1.335 1.819 2.449 5.585 7.202 4.89 9.200 3.259 18.21 22.52 40.75 49.03 14.62 58.63 27.62 33.67 11.65 7 1.293 1.765 4.174 7.024 2.379 5.442 8.981 3.169 14.30 57.61 27.07 48.18 22.05 33.02 17.82 39.99 11.38 6 0.3120 0.3240 0.3364 0.3493 6.850 4.063 3.081 5.302 2.310 8.767 1.253 1.712 47.27 39.24 21.59 17.44 13.98 32.38 56.60 26.53 11.12 5 3.954 2.995 5.165 2.243 8.557 6.680 1.660 1.213 13.67 21.14 46.41 17.07 31.75 38.50 55.60 26.00 10.86 4 C-4.3 6.513 8.351 5.031 2.911 2.178 3.848 1.175 1.610 20.70 13.37 25.48 16.70 54.62 45.57 31.13 37.78 10.61 (Eq. 4.4-2)    or determining vapor pressures (e") from measured wet bulb (t 3227.17  3 w t 395   incorporated 2.114 3.744 4.900 8.150 2.829 6.350 1.138 1.561 w t 53.65 30.52 16.34 24.97 37.07 13.07 20.27 44.74 10.36      e 1, edits  2 Vol. 2.052 6.190 4.772 7.952 2.749 3.642 1.102 1.513 24.46 43.92 52.70 12.77 15.98 29.92 36.37 19.84 1805.0" manual e 1 9.885 10.12 3.543 2.672 1.992 6.034 7.759 4.647 1.467 1.066 51.76 29.33 43.11 19.42 15.63 23.96 35.68 12.48 meeting sampling EQC 0 TABLE 4-1: VAPOR PRESSURE OF WATER AT SATURATION* (Inches of Mercury) 0.0376 0.0359 0.0339 0.0324 0.0306 0.0289 0.0275 0.0259 0.02 0.0126 0.0119 0.0112 0.0106 0.0100 0.0095 0.0089 0.0084 0.0080 0.0075 0.0222 0.0209 0.0190 0.0187 0.0176 0.0168 0.0158 0.0150 0.0142 0.0134 1.032 0.3626 0.3764 0.3906 0.4052 0.4203 0.4359 0.4520 0.4586 0.48 0.7392 0.7648 0.7912 0.8183 0.8462 0.8750 0.9046 0.9352 0.96 1.422 0.0631 0.0660 0.0696 0.0728 0.0768 0.0810 0.0846 0.0892 0.09 0.2478 0.2576 0.2677 0.2782 0.2891 0.300 0.1647 0.1716 0.1803 0.1878 0.1955 0.2035 0.2118 0.2203 0.22 0.5218 0.5407 0.5601 0.5802 0.6009 0.6222 0.6442 0.6669 0.69 0.1025 0.1080 0.1127 0.1186 0.1248 0.1302 0.1370 0.1429 0.15 1.932 2.596 3.446 4.525 0.0376 0.0398 0.0417 0.0441 0.0463 0.0489 0.0517 0.0541 0.0571 0.0598 5.881 7.569 9.652 Source 19.01 15.29 23.47 35.00 12.20 28.75 42.31 50.84 2018, E: of 64 28 15-16, Page Nov. Attachment 0 -0 60 70 20 30 40 80 50 10 90 -20 -10 190 210 200 170 160 220 240 100 110 130 140 180 230 120 150 Wet Bulb Temperature (°F) *Methods for Determination of Velocity, Volume, Dust, and Mist Content of Gases, Bulletin WP-50, Western Precipitation Corp., Angeles, CA The following equation can be substituted for the above table f Source Sampling Manual temperatures:

417 E: sampling manual Vol. 1, edits incorporated Source Attachment 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Nov. Source Sampling Manual Page of 64 29 SUB-APPENDIX C-5 OREGON DEQ SOURCE SAMPLING METHOD 5 C-5 Item G 000490

418 Vol. E: Source sampling manual Attachment 1, edits incorporated 2018, EQC Nov. 15-16, meeting Source Sampling Manual Page of 64 30 Oregon Method 5 State of Oregon Department of Environmental Quality Source Sampling Method 5 Sampling Particulate Emissions from Stationary Sources Principle and Applicability 1.0 1.1 Principle. Particulate matter including c ondensable aerosols are withdrawn isokinetically from a flowing gas stream. Filterable particulat e matter is determined rticulate matter is f combined water. Condensable pa gravimetrically after removal o vent and evaporation. extraction with an organic sol determined gravimetrically after Applicability. 1.2 This method is applicable to the determination of particulate emissions d sampling methods have from stationary sources except t hose sources for which specifie been devised and are on file with DEQ. Acceptability. 2.0 mpliance (or non- Results of this method will be accepted as demonstration of co compliance) provided that the methods included or referenced in this procedure are strictly adhered to and a report is prepared according to Section 2.11 of DEQ’s Source Sampling Manual, Volume I. Deviations from the procedures described here in will be permitted only if tests. EPA Method 5 combined authorization from DEQ is obtained in writing in advance of the with EPA Method 202 may be substituted for this method. Equipment and Supplies 3.0 Sampling Train (figure 5-1) : Same as EPA Method 5 Section 6.1. with the following 3.1 exception: Use of a glass frit filter support is prohibited. The support must be fabricated such that it can be quantitative ly rinsed with acetone during s ample recovery (refer to Section 5.7.1) Same as EPA Method 5 Section 6.1.2. Barometer: 3.2 Same as EPA Method 5 Section 6.1.3. Gas Density Determination Equipment: 3.3 Same as EPA Method 5 Section 6.2. 3.4 Sample Recovery: Sample Analysis: 3.5 Same as EPA Method 5 Section 6.3 with the following addition: 1 3.5.1 Glass separatory funnel (500-1000 ml) with Teflon stopcock and plug. C-5.1 G 000491 Item

419 Vol. E: Source sampling manual Attachment 1, edits incorporated EQC Nov. 15-16, 2018, meeting Source Sampling Manual 31 Page of 64 Reagents and Standards 4.0 Sample Collection : : Same as EPA Method 5 Section 7.1 with the following condition 4.1 4.1.1 Distilled water with a residue content of < 0.001% (0.0l mg/ml) must be used ection will not ter reagent blank weight corr in the impingers. The distilled wa exceed 0.001%, or 0.01 mg/ml. test results and its 4.1.2 Stopcock grease (Section 7.1.5 of EPA Method 5) can bias use should be avoided whenever possible. Sample Recovery 4.2 : Same as EPA Method 5 Section 7.2. Same as EPA Method 5 Analysis: 4.3 Section 7.3 with following addition: of <0.001% (0.013 4.3.1 Methylene Chloride reagen t grade, with a residue content will not eagent blank weight correction mg/ml). The methylene chloride r thylene exane may be substituted for me exceed 0.001%, or 0.013 mg/ml. H chloride. The same purity is required. 4.3.2 Distilled water with a residue content of < 0.001% (0.0l mg/ml). The distilled water reagent blank weight correction will not exceed 0.001%, o r 0.01 mg/ml. Sample Collection, Preservation, Storage, and Transport 5.0 Pretest Preparation: Same as EPA Method 5 Section 8.1. 5.1 : Same as EPA Method 5 Section 8.2. Preliminary Determinations 5.2 Same as EPA Method 5 Section 8.3. 5.3 Preparation of Sampling Train: Same as EPA Method 5 Section 8.4. Leak-Check Procedures: 5.4 Sampling Train Operation: 5.5 Same as EPA Method 5 Section 8.5. Calculation of % Isokinetics: Same as EPA Method 5 Section 8.6. 5.6 5.7 Same as EPA Method 5 Section 8.7 (with the following additions : Sample Recovery: 5.7.1 In addition to the nozzle , probe, and filter-holder rinse s, the filter frit support is to be rinsed with acetone and stored in Container No. 2. 5.7.2 Container No. 4. The contents of impingers 1 through 3 al ong with a distilled ll interconnects between the heated filter holder water rinse of impingers and a 4. To to the silica gel impinger must b e transferred to Container No. from the impingers and interconne adequately recover the sample cts, each ume should equal component is to be rinsed in triplicate and the total rinse vol or exceed 75 mls of reagent (distilled water). 5.7.3 Container 5. Rinse all sample exposed surfaces between th e filter frit support and the inlet to the silica gel impinger with acetone and store in container No. mpling train, 5. To adequately recover the sample from this portion of the sa e volume should each component is to be rinsed in triplicate and the total rins equal or exceed 100 mls of reagent (acetone). C-5.2 G 000492 Item

420 Vol. E: Source sampling manual Attachment 1, edits incorporated EQC Nov. 15-16, 2018, meeting Source Sampling Manual 32 of 64 Page Sample Transport: Same as EPA Method 5 Section 8.8. 5.8 Quality Control 6.0 6.1 Miscellaneous Quality Control Procedures: Same as EPA Method 5 Section 9.1 with the following additions: per Section 7.8 of this 6.1.1 Analytical balance calibration and auditing procedures as method. Volume Metering System Checks: Same as EPA Method 5 Section 9.2. 6.2 7.0 Calibration and Standardization The calibration data and/or ca libration curves shall be included in Documentation: 7.1 the source test report. : Same as EPA Method 5 Section 10.1. 7.2 Nozzles Pitot Tube : Same as EPA Method 5 Section 10.2 with the following addition : 7.3 s shall be recalibrated at 7.3.1 If calibrated against a standard pitot, Type S pitot tube least once every six months. ased on measured pitot features, measurements must 7.3.2 If default Cp value used b be conducted pre and post test. 7.4 Same as EPA Method 5 Section 10.3. Metering System: Probe Heater Calibration: 7.5 Same as EPA Method 5 Section 10.4. Temperature Sensors: 7.6 Same as EPA Method 5 Section 10.5 with the following additions: 7.6.1 Thermometers that measure the filter-oven, impinger exit, and d ry-gas meter o o temperatures are to be calibrated at 32 F against an ASTM mercury F and 212 lter-oven, thermometer or NIST traceable thermometer. At a minimum, the fi ted before thermometers are to be calibra impinger exit, and dry-gas meter initial use and at least once every six months thereafter. o brated at 32 Alternatively, in-stack temperature thermometers are to be cali 7.6.2 F o F against an ASTM mercury thermometer or NIST traceable and 212 s are to be thermometer. At a minimum, the in-stack temperature thermometer s thereafter. calibrated before initial use and at least once every six month 7.7 Barometer: Same as EPA Method 5 Section 10.6. The following calibration and standardization procedures must 7.8 be Analytical Balance: performed on the analytical balance: 7.8.1 The balance must be audited utilizing 0.500 g, 1.0000 g, 10.0000 g, 50.0000 g, eights. Alternatively, five (5) Class-S and 100.0000 g Class-S standard w he anticipated standard weights may be substituted that accurately represent t of the Class-S measurement range. The balance results must agree within +1 mg d subsequent weights. At a minimum, the balance calibration must be performe to disturbing the analytical balance and annually thereafter. C-5.3 Item G 000493

421 Vol. incorporated 1, edits E: Source sampling manual Attachment Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Source Sampling Manual 33 Page of 64 st the analytical balance 7.8.2 Prior to weighing filters before and after sampling, adju lass-S standard to zero and check the accuracy with a 0.5 g Class-S weight. A C ate. The balance weight within 1 g of the filter weight may be used as an altern results must agree within +0.5 mg and the relative humidity in the weighing environment must be <50%. 7.8.3 Prior to weighing beakers before and after sampling, adju st the analytical ndard weight. A balance to zero and check the accuracy with a 100 g Class-S sta Class-S standard weight within 1 g of the beaker weight may be used as an e relative alternate. The balance results must agree within +0.5 mg and th humidity in the weighing environment must be <50%. 8.0 Analytical Procedures Documentation: ry forms Analytical documentation shall be consistent with the data ent 8.1 presented in Figures 5-2a through 5-2c. Same as EPA Method 5 Section 11.2 with following additions: 8.2 Analysis: 8.2.1 The sample (filter) must be desiccated and weighed to a Container No. 1: constant final weight, eve n if it is oven dried. Transfer the contents of Container No. 4 to a separator 8.2.2 Container No. 4: 1 o stoppered). Rinse the containe r with distilled water and add t funnel (Teflon the separatory funnel. Add 50 ml of methylene chloride or hexan e. Stopper are to the separatory funnel and vigorously shake for 1 minute. Take c e shaking momentarily release the funnel pressure several times during th ate into two distinct layers process. Allow the sample to separ and transfer the ting dish made methylene chloride (lower layer) into a tared beaker or evapora 1 , or other inert material. Repeat the extraction process twice of glass, Teflon more. tory NOTE: Always leave a small amount of methylene chloride in the separa ple. If water is funnel to ensure that water does not get into the extracted sam tely evaporate the present in the extracted sample, it will be difficult to comple sample to dryness for gravimetric analysis. 8.2.2. d beaker or the separator funnel to a tare Transfer the remaining water in i and evaporating dish and evaporate at 105ºC. Desiccate for 24 hours weigh to a constant weight. Evaporate the combined impinger water extracts from Section 8. 2.2 at 8.2.2. ii  70ºF) and pressure, desiccate for 24 hours laboratory temperature ( and weigh to a constant weight. 8.2.3 Container No. 5: Transfer the contents of container No. 5 to a tared beaker or evaporating dish, evaporate at laboratory temperature and press ure, desiccate for 24 hours, and weigh to a constant weight. 1 Mention of trade names or specific products does not constitute endorsement by DEQ. C-5.4 Item G 000494

422 Vol. 1, edits incorporated E: Source sampling manual Attachment Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Source Sampling Manual Page 34 of 64 Evaporate a portion of the solve nts in a manner similar to the 8.2.4 Solvent Blanks: sample evaporation to determine the solvent blanks. 9.0 Calculations Nomenclature: 9.1 Same as EPA Method 5 Section 12.1 with following additions: = Methylene chloride (or hex ane) blank residue concentration, mg/g. C m C = Distilled water blank resi due concentration, mg/g. w m = Mass of residue of methylene chloride (or hexane) after eva poration, mg. m = Mass of residue of distilled water after evaporation, mg. m w V = Volume of methylene chlor ide (or hexane)blank, ml. mb V (or hexane) used for extracting the impinger = Volume of methylene chloride mc water, ml. V = Volume of distilled water blank, ml. wb V = Volume of distilled water for charging the impingers and for recovery, ml. ws = Weight of residue in methylene chloride (or hexane), mg. W m W = Weight of residue of distilled water, mg. w ρ (or hexane), g/ml (see label on bottle). = Density of methylene chloride m = Density of distilled water, g/ml (1.0 g/ml). ρ w Dry Gas Volume 9.2 : Same as EPA Method 5 Section 12.3. Volume of Water Vapor Condensed: Same as EPA Method 5 Section 12.4. 9.3 Same as EPA Method 5 Section 12.5. Moisture Content: 9.4 Same as EPA Method 5 Section 12.6. Acetone Blank Concentration: 9.5 Acetone Blank Deduction: 9.6 Same as EPA Method 5 Section 12.7 with the following nk weight correction will not exceed 0.001%, or 0.01 addition: The acetone reagent bla mg/ml. An acetone blank deduction value (Wa) of 0.0 mg shall be used when the acetone blank concentration (Ca) is less than or equal to zero. 9.7 Water Blank Concentration: m w C (Eq. 5.9-1) = w   V wwb C-5.5 Item G 000495

423 1, edits sampling incorporated E: Source manual Vol. Attachment Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Source Sampling Manual Page 35 of 64 Water Blank Deduction: 9.8 VC   W (Eq. 5.9-2) = w wwsw NOTE: ank weight correction will not exceed 0.001%, or The distilled water reagent bl ) of 0.0 mg shall be used when W 0.01 mg/ml. A water blank deduction value ( w the water blank concentration ( C ) is less than or equal to zero. w Methylene Chloride (or Hexane) Blank Concentration: 9.9 m m = (Eq. 5.9-3) C m   V mmb Methylene Chloride (or Hexane) Blank Deduction: 9.10   VC (Eq. 5.9-4) = W m mmcm The methylene chloride reagent blank weight correction will no t exceed NOTE: 0.001%, or 0.01 mg/ml. A methylene chloride (or hexane) blank d eduction ) of 0.0 mg shall be used when the methylene chloride blank value ( W m concentration ( C ) is less than or equal to zero. m 9.11 Total Particulate Weight: Determine the total particulate matter catch from the sum of th e weights obtained ct of the water from from Containers 1, 2, 4, 5 (including the organic solvent extra Container No. 4), less the acetone, methylene chloride (or hexa ne), and distilled water blanks (see Figu res 5-2a, 5-2b, and 5-2c). Same as EPA Method 5 Section 12.9. 9.12 Particulate Concentration: Isokinetic Variation: 9.13 Same as EPA Method 5 Section 12.11. Stack Gas Velocity and Volumetric Flow Rate: Same as EPA Method 5 Section 9.14 12.12. Alternative Procedures, Bibliography, Sampling Train Schematic, 10.0 Example Data Sheets, Etc.: Same as EPA Method 5 Sections 16, 17 and Figures 5-1 through 5-12 excluding Figure 5-6 (use ODEQ Method 5 Figures 5-2a through 5-2b in plac e of EPA Method 5 Figure 5-6). C-5.6 Item G 000496

424 E: manual 1, edits Vol. sampling Source Attachment incorporated 15-16, 2018, Nov. EQC meeting Source Sampling Manual 36 Page of 64 Figure 5-1: Particulate Sampling Train C-5.7 Item G 000497

425 Vol. E: Source sampling manual Attachment 1, edits incorporated EQC 2018, Nov. 15-16, meeting Source Sampling Manual 37 Page of 64 Figure 5-2a METHOD 5 DATA ANALYSIS FORM Plant_________________________________ Run Number_________________________ Sample Location________________________ Test Date______________ ______________ ____________ ________________________________ Sample Recovered by____________ Lab Lab Audit* Weight Date/Time Reagent Analyst Temp. RH o (g) (g) % F FRONT HALF: Filter Filter ID:__________ Tare Wt.:__________ Date/time into desiccator:_________ Acetone Beaker ID:_________ Tare Wt.:__________ Solv. Vol.:_________ Solv. ID:__________ Date/time into desiccator:_________ BACK HALF: Acetone Beaker ID:_________ Tare Wt.:__________ Solv. Vol.:_________ Solv. ID:__________ Date/time into desiccator:_________ Water Beaker ID:_________ Tare Wt.:__________ Water Vol.:________ Water ID:_________ Date/time into desiccator:_________ MeCl or Hexane Beaker ID:_________ Tare Wt.:__________ Solv. Vol.:_________ Solv. ID:__________ Date/time into desiccator:_________ *filter 0.5000 g + 0.5 mg tolerance – NIST traceable Class S w eight beaker 100.0000 g + 0.5 mg tolerance – NIST traceable Class S weight C-5.8 Item G 000498

426 Vol. E: Source sampling manual Attachment 1, edits incorporated EQC 2018, Nov. 15-16, meeting Source Sampling Manual Page of 64 38 Figure 5-2b METHOD 5 BLANK ANALYSIS DATA FORM Sample Prepared ___________________________________ _________ Date______ Lab Lab Weight Date/Time Reagent Analyst Audit* RH Temp. o (g) (g) F % Filter Filter ID:__________ Tare Wt.:__________ Date/time into desiccator:_________ Acetone Beaker ID:_________ Tare Wt.:__________ Solv. Vol.:_________ Solv. ID:__________ Date/time into desiccator:_________ Water Beaker ID:_________ Tare Wt.:__________ Water Vol.:________ Water ID:_________ Date/time into desiccator:_________ MeCl or Hexane Beaker ID:_________ Tare Wt.:__________ Solv. Vol.:_________ Solv. Wt:__________ Date/time into desiccator:_________ *filter 0.5000 g + 0.5 mg tolerance – NIST traceable Class S w eight beaker 100.0000 g + 0.5 mg tolerance – NIST traceable Class S weight C-5.9 G 000499 Item

427 Source incorporated 1, edits Vol. Attachment E: manual sampling 2018, 15-16, Nov. EQC meeting Source Sampling Manual 39 of 64 Page Figure 5-2c METHOD 5 TARE WEIGHT RECORD Indicate: filters or evaporation containers Date_________ Date_________ Date_________ Date_________ Date_________ Time________ Time________ Time________ Time________ Time________ o o o o o Temp_____ Temp_____ F F F Temp_____ F Temp_____ Temp_____ F RH_______ % RH_______ % RH_______ % RH_______ % RH_______ % Media ID Audit____ gm Audit____ gm Audit____ gm Audit_____ gm Audit____ gm By__________ By__________ By__________ By__________ By__________ Weight (g) Weight (g) Weight (g) Weight (g) Weight (g) C-5.10 G 000500 Item

428 incorporated 1, edits Source sampling manual Vol. Attachment E: meeting Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC Source Sampling Manual of 64 Page 40 SUB-APPENDIX C-7 OREGON DEQ SOURCE SAMPLING METHOD 7 C-7 Item G 000501

429 Vol. E: Source sampling manual Attachment 1, edits incorporated 2018, EQC Nov. 15-16, meeting Source Sampling Manual 41 Page of 64 Oregon Method 7 State of Oregon Department of Environmental Quality Source Sampling Method 7 ces Sampling Condensable Particulate Emissions from Stationary Sour Principle and Applicability 1.0 Principle: 1.1 Particulate matter including condensable gases is withdrawn as stream. The particulate matte isokinetically from a flowing g r is determined gravimetrically after extraction with an organic sol vent and evaporation. Applicability: This method is applicable to stationary sources whose primary 1.2 emissions are condensable gases. It should be considered a modification of Source Sampling Method 5, and applied only when directed to do so by DEQ. 2.0 mpliance (or Results of this method will be accepted as demonstration of co Acceptability. d in this procedure are methods included or reference non-compliance) provided that the on 2.11 of DEQ’s Source strictly adhered to and a report is prepared according to Secti Sampling Manual, Volume I. Deviations from the procedures described herein will be permitted only if permission from DEQ is obtained in writing in advance of the tests. Same as Oregon Source Sampling Method 5 Sections 3.1 through 3.0 Equipment and Supplies: 3.5 with the following addendum: Sampling train (Figure 7-1) 3.1 : Same as Oregon Source Sampling Method 5 Section 3.1 with the following exceptions: be used if a 3.1.1 The heated filter and/or cyclone are optional, but should t. significant quantity of filterable particulate matter is presen the silica gel impinger ilter is placed at the inlet to 3.1.2 An unheated glass fiber f (generally Impinger 4). 4.0 Reagents and Standards: Same as Oregon Source Sampling Method 5 Section 4.1 through 4.3. Sample Collection, Preservation, Storage, and Transport: 5.0 Oregon Source Same as ddenda: Sampling Method 5 Sections 5.1 through 5.8 with the following a 5.1 Preparation of Sampling Train: Same as Oregon Source Sampling Method 5 Section 5.3 with the following addition: C-7.1 Item G 000502

430 Vol. E: Source sampling manual Attachment 1, edits incorporated EQC 15-16, Nov. 2018, meeting Source Sampling Manual Page of 64 42 Insert numbered and pre-weighed filters into each of the front (heated if used) 5.1.1 and back (non-heated) filter holders. Sample Recovery: 5.2 Same as Oregon Source Sampling Method 5 Section 5.7 with the following addition: 5.2.1 Container 6: Transfer the back filter to container No. 6. Quality Control: Same as Oregon Source Sampling Method 5 Sections 6.1 and 6.2. 6.0 7.0 Same as Oregon Source Sampling Method 5 Sections 7.1 Calibration and Standardization: through 7.8. 8.0 Analytical Procedure s: Same as Oregon Source Sampling Method 5 Sections 8.1 through 8.2 with the following addendums: 8.1 Documentation: Analytical documentation shall be consistent wi th the data entry forms presented in Figure 7-2 of Oregon Source Sampling Method 7, and Figures 5- 2b through 5-2c of Oregon Source Sampling Method 5 8.2 Analysis: Same as Oregon Source Sampling Method 5 Section 8 .2 with the following addition: 8.2.1 Desiccate the back filter in Container No. 6 for 24 hours at Container No. 6: o F or less. Weigh the filter to a constant weight. 70 In some cases, desiccation may cause slow vaporization of the Note: rease f the weights continue to dec condensable material. Therefore, i over time and the sample is obviously dry, use the average of t he first three weights to determine the particulate matter catch. Calculations: 9.0 Oregon Source Sampling Method 5 Sections 9.1 through 9.14 with the Same as following addendum: Total Particulate Weight: Determine the total particulate matter catch from the sum of 9.1 ), 2, 4, 5, & 6 (including the weights obtained from Containers 1 (if front filter is used the water from Container No. 4), less the acetone , the organic solvent extract of methylene chloride (or hexane) , and distilled water blanks (see Figure 7-2). Example Data Sheets, aphy, Sampling Train Schematic, 10.0 Alternative Procedures, Bibliogr Same as Oregon Source Sampling Method 5 Section 10.0 with the following addenda: Etc.: An unheated glass fiber filter is placed at the inlet to the si lica gel impinger (generally 10.1 Impinger 4). ure 5-2a. 10.2 Use ODEQ Method 7 Figure 7-2 in place of ODEQ Method 5 Fig C-7.2 Item G 000503

431 E: manual 1, edits Vol. sampling Source Attachment incorporated 15-16, 2018, Nov. EQC meeting Source Sampling Manual 43 Page of 64 FIGURE 7-1. OREGON METHOD 7 SAMPLING APPARATUS C-7.3 G 000504 Item

432 Vol. E: Source sampling manual Attachment 1, edits incorporated EQC 2018, Nov. 15-16, meeting Source Sampling Manual 44 Page of 64 Figure 7-2 OREGON METHOD 7 DATA ANALYSIS FORM Facility_________________________________ Run Number_____________________ Sample Location________________________ Test Date______________ __________ Sample Recovered by____________________________________________ ___________ Lab Lab Audit* Weight Date/Time Reagent Analyst RH Temp. o (g) (g) % F FRONT HALF: Front Filter Filter ID:____________ Tare Wt.:____________ Date/time into desiccator:___________ Acetone Beaker ID:___________ Tare Wt.:____________ Solv. Vol.:___________ Solv. ID:_____________ Date/time into desiccator:___________ BACK HALF: Back Filter Filter ID:____________ Tare Wt.:____________ Date/time into desiccator:___________ Acetone Beaker ID:___________ Tare Wt.:____________ Solv. Vol.:___________ Solv. ID:_____________ Date/time into desiccator:___________ Water Beaker ID:___________ Tare Wt.:____________ Water Vol.:__________ Water ID:____________ Date/time into desiccator:___________ MeCl or Hexane Beaker ID:___________ Tare Wt.:____________ Solv. Vol.:___________ Solv. ID:____________ Date/time into desiccator:___________ eight *filter 0.5000 g + 0.5 mg tolerance – NIST traceable Class S w weight beaker 100.0000 g + 0.5 mg tolerance – NIST traceable Class S C-7.4 Item G 000505

433 1, edits Attachment incorporated Source sampling manual Vol. E: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Source Sampling Manual 45 of 64 Page SUB-APPENDIX C-8 OREGON DEQ SOURCE SAMPLING METHOD 8 C-8 Item G 000506

434 Vol. E: Source sampling manual Attachment 1, edits incorporated 2018, EQC Nov. 15-16, meeting Source Sampling Manual 46 of 64 Page Oregon Method 8 State of Oregon Department of Environmental Quality Source Sampling Method 8 Sampling Filterable Particulate Emissions from Stationary Sourc es (High Volume Method) 1. Principle and Applicability isokinetically from a flowing gas Particulate matter is withdrawn Principle: 1.1 stream and deposited on a glass fiber filter. The particulate m atter is determined gravimetrically after bined water. removal of uncom 1.2 This method is applicable to stationary sources whose exhaust points Applicability: do not meet minimum EPA Method 1 flow disturbance requirements and whose primary emissions are solid (filterable) particulate. Its d to be for wood product handling primary application is intende cyclones and baghouse exhaust syst ems. Caution must be taken when applying this method to sources w res ith elevated exhaust temperatu and/or moistures as they may diminish the integrity of the samp ling ampling apparatus. filter and damage the s Results from this method will be accepted as a demonstration of Acceptability: 2.0 compliance (or non-compliance) provided that the methods included or reference d in this procedure are strictly of information regarding the adhered to and a report containing at least the minimum amount source is included as described in Section 2.11 of Oregon DEQ’s Source Sampling Manual, ocedures described herein will be permitted only if permission Volume I. Deviations from the pr from DEQ is obtained in writing in advance of the tests. 3.0 Sampling Apparatus (Figure 8-1) - smooth metal construction with sharp leading edge. The nozzl e shall be Nozzle 3.1 particulate matter connected to the probe by means of a joint designed to minimize deposition. Probe 3.2 he probe shall be attached to the nozzle and - smooth metal construction. T nts designed to minimize partic ulate matter deposition. filter holder with air-tight joi The probe should be as short as possible. 3.3 Filter Holder - air-tight with support screen for the filter. Metering system - a calibrated orifice followed by a thermometer or thermocoup le 3.4 to the filter holder and flow control device. The metering system shall be connected by m eans of an air-tight j oint. C-8.1 G 000507 Item

435 Vol. incorporated 1, edits E: Source sampling manual Attachment Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Source Sampling Manual Page of 64 47 3.5 Pitot Tube – Standard pitot same as EPA Me thod 2, Sec. 6.7.1, or S-type s ame as EPA Method 2, Sec. 6.1, or equivalent. Blower 3.6 - high capacity (typically 60 cfm free air). The blower may be connected to the metering system by a fl exible hose if desired. 3.7 - flexible, nylon bristle brush at least as long as the probe and Probe-Nozzle Brush nozzle. 2 , or equivalent. 3.8 Differential Pressure Gauges - liquid manometer, Magnehelic 3.9 eric Barometer - mercury, aneroid, or other type capable of measuring atmosph ed from a nearby pressure to within 0.1”Hg. If the barometric pressure is obtain weather bureau station, the true station pressure (not correcte d for elevation) must be obtained and an adjustment for elevation differences between the station and sampling site must be applied. - Same as EPA Method 2 Section 6.3. 3.10 Temperature Gauges - integrating type, accurate and 3.11 onds (tenth of a readable to the nearest 6 sec Timer minute). 3.12 : Same as EPA Method 5 Section 6.2.2 . Wash Bottles 3.13 - clean manila envelopes and tagboards, or suitable Filter Storage Container equivalent. 3.14 Sample Storage Containers - glass with leak-tight cap that is resistant to attack by atter. Polyethylene ete recovery of particulate m the solvent used, and allows compl bottles are also acceptable. 4.0 Reagents and Standards 4.1 - glass fiber filters, free of pinhole leaks or other imperfec tions and exhibiting Filters at least 99.95% efficiency on 0.3 micron DOP smoke particles. D esiccate individually efore use. numbered filters for 24-hours and weigh to the nearest 0.5 mg b 001% (0.008 mg/ml) residue. For 4.2 Rinse Solvent - acetone, reagent-grade, < 0. etone. The same aluminum probes and nozzles, methanol may be substituted for ac purity is required. 2 Mention of trade names or specific products does not constitute endorsement by DEQ. C-8.2 G 000508 Item

436 Vol. E: Source sampling manual Attachment 1, edits incorporated EQC 15-16, Nov. 2018, meeting Source Sampling Manual of 64 48 Page Sample Train Preparation 5.0 5.1 All parts of the sampling tr ain shall be cleaned and proper ly calibrated as directed in Section 10. Place a filter in the filter holder with the coarse side facing 5.2 the flow, being careful not to damage it. Be certain that the filter is positioned so that no air can be drawn around the filter. Assemble the sample train with h of probe. Perform a the appropriate nozzle and lengt 5.3 leak check by plugging the nozzle, turning on the blower, and observing the deflection of the flow orifice pressure gauge. The acceptable leakage rate shall not exceed 5% of the expected sample flow rate. Sample Collection, Preservation, Storage, and Transport 6.0 6.1 s the face of the exhaust Use a pitot tube to roughly map the velocity distribution acros opening or duct. Areas of zero or negative flow should also be indicated if present. At each point at which the velocity is measured, measure the flow in the direction giving maximum deflection of the pitot pressure gauge. Record the data on a form similar to Figure 8-6. 6.2 Select six or more points of outgoing (positive) flow from the points measured in Section 6.1 to sample. The points shall be representative of the flow pattern, and shall e flow cannot be locity. If six points of positiv include the point of maximum ve ints closer than 2 obtained, use the maximum number possible. Do not choose any po inches to the exhaust duct wall. ng criteria specified Alternatively, sample point lo cations may be determined utilizi downstream flow within EPA Method 1 if the minimum distances from upstream and disturbances are met (Figure 1-1 of EPA Method 1). 6.3 Measure the exhaust temperature. estimate of the orifice d for isokinetic sampling. An Determine the nozzle size require 6.4 ice temperature is temperature is required. For low temperature exhausts, the orif temperature. For higher tempe usually very close to the exhaust rature exhausts, a trial ure. run may be necessary to determine the expected orifice temperat mpling point to obtain Calculate the required orifice 6.5 pressure drop for each chosen sa he probe out of the exhaust stream, turn on the blower an isokinetic sample rate. With t t sampling point in and adjust the sample flow rate to that calculated for the firs Section 6.2. Locate the probe nozzle at the first sampling poin t, and immediately start tches that for which the timer. Move the probe around until the velocity pressure ma inting directly into the sampling flow rate was pre-set. The probe nozzle must be po the flow. C-8.3 G 000509 Item

437 Vol. incorporated 1, edits E: Source sampling manual Attachment Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Source Sampling Manual Page 49 of 64 6.6 move the probe Continually monitor the velocity during the sampling period and n area where the velocity mat ches the original around as required to keep it in a velocity used to calculate the pre-set sampling rate. Record th e sampling time, the similar to Figure 8-7. orifice temperature, and orifice pressure drop on a data sheet er is more frequent. Record data every 5 minutes or once per sampling point, whichev Sample for a length of time so that the total sampling time for all points is at least 15 minutes and a minimum of 100 mg of particulate matter is collec ted. ed not be turned off sampling point. The blower ne 6.7 Repeat steps 6.5 and 6.6 for each between points if readjustments to the new sampling rate can be made rapidly (less than 15 seconds). s of the exhaust stack 6.8 Care should be taken so that the nozzle does not touch the wall because particulate matter may be dislodged and enter the sample train. If there is ean the train, and restart d, discontinue the sample, cl reason to believe this has happene the test. 6.9 netic conditions cannot be If excessive loading of the filter should occur such that isoki maintained, replace the filter and continue the test. 6.10 the exhaust and turn ng period, remove the probe from At the conclusion of the sampli y be broken and sample this order because the filter ma off the blower (do not reverse lost). Plug the nozzle to prevent sample loss, and transport to the sample recovery area. 6.11 Conduct a post-test leak check (as per Section 5.3). 6.12 Measure the moisture content, molecular weight, and the pressur e (absolute) of the exhaust gas. In most cases, the m oisture may be measured by the wet bulb/dry bulb technique as described in Oregon Source Sampling Method 4. The molecular weight shall be measured by EPA Method 3 or 3a. If the exhaust gas being sampled is ambient air, the dry molecular weight can be assumed to equal 2 9 lbs/lb mol (29 g/g tal measurements should be co nducted during each mol). If feasible, these supplemen supplemental measurements shoul PM sample run. Otherwise, these d be conducted immediately prior to and immedi un. The process ately following each PM sample r operating parameters realized during these supplemental measurements must be countered during the PM sampling collection. consistent with the parameters en 7.0 Sample Recovery 7.1 Remove the nozzle plug, turn on the blower, insert the probe br ush into the nozzle, and brush the particulate from the nozzle and probe onto the fi lter. Do not insert the Turn off the blower and act with the filter. me into cont n that it will co brush so far i recover the PM adhered to the brush. This brushing process must be performed after every PM sample run. C-8.4 G 000510 Item

438 Vol. E: Source sampling manual Attachment 1, edits incorporated EQC Nov. 15-16, 2018, meeting Source Sampling Manual 50 Page of 64 Open the filter holder and carefully remove the filter. Inspect the filter for holes or 7.2 tears. A leak around the filter is likely if particulate deposits are found at the edge of the filter. If any of these problems are found, the observation s should be recorded on the field data sheet and the sample should be voided (repeat the run). Fold the filter anila tagboard (or once lengthwise with the dirty side in, and place in a folded m equivalent), folded edge down. F asten the outside edge of the t agboard (or equivalent) with a paper clip, and place in t he manila envelope (or equival ent). Be aware that some filter material will likely remain on the gasket and filte r support. If possible, emoved with a spatula and place these filter remains should be r d within the folded filter. Rinse the inside front of the filter holder, probe, and nozzle 7.3 with a measured amount of acetone or methanol while brushing. Repeat the rinsing/brushing until all k of visible residue on particulate and filter remains is removed as evidenced by a lac l. Be sure to also the inside surfaces after evaporation of the acetone or methano the recovery brushes. Retain t he acetone or recover the PM matter adhered to methanol rinse and a blank samp le of the acetone or methanol in labeled containers for laboratory analysis. This rinsing process must be performed after every PM sample run. 8.0 Analytical Procedures Desiccate the filter for 24-hours at room temperature (70ºF or 8.1 less), and weigh to a constant weight to the nearest 0.5mg. m the filter into NOTE: Make certain that any particulate that may have dislodged fro the tagboard or envelope (or the ir equivalent) is returned to the filter before weighing. Alternatively, the filter and corresponding filter receptacle ( envelope) may be tared ter receptacle must be simultaneously and analyzed collectively. In this case, the fil ple drying. opened prior to being placed in the desiccator to instigate sam r and particulate catch may be hygroscopic, weigh Since the relatively large filte immediately upon removal from the desiccator. field before and after the co Filter blanks shall be run in the 8.2 mplete source testing activity. A minimum of 2 filter blanks shall be collected for e ach source test. This is accomplished by inserting a pre-weighed filter into the filter holder, performing a leak check, removing the filter, and treating it as a sample filter in accordance with Section 7.2. Quantitatively transfer the solvent rinse and blank solvent to tared beakers or 8.3 evaporating dishes, evaporate at room temperature (70ºF or less) and pressure, . desiccate, and weigh to a constant weight to the nearest 0.5 mg 8-5. Record the data on forms similar to Figures 8-2, 8-3, 8-4, and 8.4 t Exhaust Gas Flow Rate Measuremen 9.0 C-8.5 G 000511 Item

439 Vol. incorporated 1, edits E: Source sampling manual Attachment Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Source Sampling Manual 51 Page of 64 If the PM sampling location does not satisfy the flow disturban ce requirements of 9.1 EPA Method 1, then an alternate sampling location shall be selected for a velocity traverse. The velocity traverse location shall meet EPA Method 1 requirements and should accurately represent the flow rate to the atmosphere at the particulate sampling point (i.e., no air flows should be added to or removed from the system between the velocity and the particulate sampling points). The dry molecular weight of the gas stream shall be determined as per EPA Method 3 9.2 sampled is ambient air, the dry or 3a. If the exhaust gas being molecular weight can be assumed to equal 29 lbs/lb mol (29 g/g mol). 9.3 bulb technique as In most cases, the moisture may be measured by the wet bulb/dry described in Oregon Source Samp ling Method 4. If Oregon Source Sampling Method 4 is not applicable, then exhaus t moisture must be measured as per EPA Method 4. tion specified by 9.4 The flow rate shall be measured as per EPA Method 2 at the loca Section 9.1 of this DEQ method. If possible, the flow rate (including velocity, molecular weigh t, & moisture) should be 9.5 measured during each PM sample r un. Alternatively, these supple mental measurements should be iately following conducted immediately prior to and immed uring these each PM sample run. The process operating parameters realized d supplemental measurements must be consistent with the parameter s encountered during the PM sampling collection. 10.0 Calibration The orifice flow meter shall be calibrated at least once within 10.1 twelve months of the en calibrated against sampling date using a primary standard or a device which has be tion data and calibration curves for the orifice and a primary standard. The calibra intermediate standard shall be i ncluded in the source test report, along with documentation of the primary standard. ometers or ntial pressure gauges, and therm All S-type pitot tubes, differe 10.2 thermocouples, shall be calibrate ths of the sampling d at least once within six mon calibration curves shall be i ncluded in the source test date. The calibration data and/or report. 10.3 The calibration records shall include the date, place, and meth od of calibration. e calibrated against a nometers) shall b ressure gauges (if not liquid m a Differential p 10.4 liquid manometer. 10.5 The following calibration and standardization procedures m ust be performed on the analytical balance: C-8.6 Item G 000512

440 Vol. 1, edits incorporated E: Source sampling manual Attachment Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Source Sampling Manual 52 of 64 Page 10.0000 g, 50.0000 g, 10.5.1 The balance must be audited utilizing 0.500 g, 1.0000 g, eights. Alternatively, five (5) Class-S and 100.0000 g Class-S standard w standard weights may be substituted that accurately represent t he anticipated of the Class-S measurement range. The balance results must agree within +1 mg weights. At a minimum, the balance calibration must be performe d subsequent to disturbing the analytical balance and annually thereafter. ust the analytical balance 10.5.2 Prior to weighing filters before and after sampling, adj to zero and check the accuracy with a 5 g Class-S weight. A Cla ss-S standard ate. The balance weight within 1 g of the filter weight may be used as an altern ighing results must agree within +0.5 mg and the temperature in the we o environment must be <70 F. analytical Prior to weighing beakers before and after sampling, adjust the 10.5.3 balance to zero and check the accuracy with a 100 g Class-S sta ndard weight. A of the beaker weight may be used as an Class-S standard weight within 1 g alternate. The balance results must agree within +0.5 mg and the temperature in o the weighing environment must be < 70 F. 11.0 Calculations Total particulate emissions from the system shall be calculated 11.1 by multiplying the exhaust system. An measured particulate concentra tion by the flow rate through the ollows: index to the parameters utilized in these calculations are as f Bws = Moisture content of sample stream as per EPA 4 or ODEQ 4, vol./vol. = Calculated PM concentration, gr/dscf. Cg = Pitot tube coefficient for Method 8 apparatus, typically 0.99 Cp Dn = Sample nozzle diameter, inches. 1/2 . O) points, (“H = Average square root of velocity pressures measured at sample dp √ 2 E= PM emission rate, lb/hr I = Isokinetic sampling rate percentage, % Mc = Molecular weight of gas stream used to calibrate orifice, typically 29.0 #/#mol. = Mass of PM recovered from sampling apparatus, mg m n Ms l. = Molecular weight of sample gas stream on a wet basis, #/# mo = Barometric pressure during the course of sampling, “Hg. Pb s = Absolute exhaust pressure at sampling location, “Hg. Ps = Standard exhaust gas flow rate, dscfm Qs std scfm =Standard sample rate (wet) as indicated by calibration curve, SRstd te (wet) for temp., pressure, & molecular weight, = Corrected standard sample ra SRstd’ scfm. = Corrected standard sample rate (wet) at sample point “ i ”, scfm. SRstd’ i o R. = Orifice temperature measured at sample point, To s o R Ts =Average exhaust temperatur e at sampling location, = Standard sample volume (dry) of entire test replicate, dscf. Vstd’ = Sampling time of entire test replicate, min. Ø C-8.7 G 000513 Item

441 1, edits Vol. incorporated E: Source sampling manual Attachment Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Source Sampling Manual 53 Page of 64 Ø = Sampling time at sample point “i”, min. i 11.2 Particulate Concentration: The following calculations shall be conducted for each test run: from late the total sample weight Total Sample Weight: Calcu 11.2.1 laboratory results by adding the net weight gain of the filter sample(s), adjusted for a blank value, to the net weight of par ticulate matter collected in the acetone (or methanol) rinse, corrected for an form rd the results on a laboratory acetone (or methanol) blank. Reco similar to Figure 8-5. Sampling Rate: Sample flow rates for each point shall be determined 11.2.2 bration from the orifice calibration curve. Typically, the orifice cali re drop versus sample flow rat curve is a plot of orifice pressu es at standard temperature and pressure. Some calibration curves acco unt orifice for varying orifice temperatures, but rarely do they adjust for pressure and gaseous molecular weight. tely Consequently, the calibration curve must be corrected to accura reflect the relationship between the orifice differential press ure and the standard sampling flow rate . The correction to the standard fied by sampling flow rate for a constant orifice differential is speci Equation 8.11-1. Pb Mc s 2.4'  SRstd SRstd (Eq. 8.11-1) To Ms s at Note: Equation 8.11-1 only applies to the calibration curve th o F and an orifice pressure of represents an orifice temperature of 68 29.92”Hg. Set Mc equal to Ms (Mc:Ms ratio of 1) if sample gas i s Bws less than 0.05 vol./vol. mainly comprised of air with Calculate the sample gas volume by 11.2.3 Total Sample Gas Volume: multiplying each sample point duration in minutes, times the av erage sample rate (wet standard cubic feet per minute – wscfm) as determined using the orifice calibration curve and the correcte d sample rate from Equation 8.11-1. Add the volume of all sample points and adjust for exhaust gas moisture to get the total dry standard sample gas volume for the entire test run as shown by Equation 8.11- 2. n   Bws  )1'  ' SRstd Vstd (Eq. 8.11-2)     ii   i 1    C-8.8 G 000514 Item

442 Vol. E: Source sampling manual Attachment 1, edits incorporated EQC Nov. 15-16, 2018, meeting Source Sampling Manual Page 54 of 64 Calculate the particulate concentration in gr/dscf by th 11.2.4 e following equation: m n (Eq. 8.11-3) Cg  0154.0 Vstd ' 11.3 ns to determine the total Total Exhaust Gas Flow Rate: Use EPA Method 2 calculatio exhaust gas flow rate using the this DEQ method. data obtained from Section 9 of For some cyclones, the total flow may be adjusted to account fo r air purposely vented out the bottom of the cyclone. 11.4 Total Emissions: Calculate the total particulate emission rate (lb/hr) by the following equation: 00857.0  E QsCg (Eq. 8.11-4) std pling rate, defined as Percent Isokinetic Sampling Rate: Calculate the isokinetic sam 11.5 ity of the sample gas entering th the ratio of the average veloc e sample nozzle to the average sample point velocity. In esults, the value of this order to achieve acceptable r parameter must be between 80% a nd 120%. Test results falling ou tside this range shall be discarded, and the test repeated.  Vstd  ' Ts Ms 460 (Eq. 8.11-5)   2017.0 I 2 Ps   )1( dpCpDnBws 12.0 Test Reports The test report shall include as a minimum the information requ ested in Section 2.11 of this manual. C-8.9 G 000515 Item

443 Attachment manual Vol. incorporated sampling Source E: 1, edits Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Source Sampling Manual 55 Page of 64 Figure 8-1 C-8.10 G 000516 Item

444 Vol. E: Source sampling manual Attachment 1, edits incorporated EQC 15-16, Nov. meeting 2018, Source Sampling Manual of 64 56 Page Figure 8-2 METHOD 8 DATA ANALYSIS FORM _____ Facility_________________________________ Run Number___________ _____ Sample Location________________________ Test Date______________ Sample Recovered by____________________________________________ ____ Reagent Lab Analyst Audit* Weight Date/Time Lab (g) (g) Temp. RH o F % Filter Filter ID:____________ Tare Wt.:____________ Date/time into desiccator: ___________ Acetone Beaker ID:___________ Tare Wt.:____________ Solv. Vol.:___________ Solv. ID:_____________ Date/time into desiccator: ____________ eight *filter 5.0000 g + 0.5 mg tolerance – NIST traceable Class S w weight beaker 100.0000 g + 0.5 mg tolerance – NIST traceable Class S C-8.11 Item G 000517

445 Vol. E: Source sampling manual Attachment 1, edits incorporated meeting 2018, Nov. 15-16, EQC Source Sampling Manual of 64 57 Page Figure 8-3 METHOD 8 BLANK ANALYSIS DATA FORM _ Samples Prepared by________________________ Date_______________ Weight Lab Audit* Analyst Reagent Lab Date/Time (g) Temp. RH (g) o % F Pre Test Blank Filter Filter ID:____________ Tare Wt.:____________ Post Test Blank Filter Filter ID:____________ Tare Wt.:____________ Blank Acetone Beaker ID:___________ Tare Wt.:____________ Solv. Vol.:___________ Solv. ID:_____________ eight *filter 5.0000 g + 0.5 mg tolerance – NIST traceable Class S w beaker 100.0000 g + 0.5 mg tolerance – NIST traceable Class S weight C-8.12 Item G 000518

446 1, edits Source incorporated Attachment sampling manual Vol. E: Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Source Sampling Manual 58 of 64 Page Figure 8-4 METHOD 8 TARE WEIGHT RECORD Indicate: filters or evaporation containers (beakers) Date_________ Date_________ Date_________ Date_________ Date_________ Time________ Time________ Time________ Time________ Time________ o o o o o Temp_____ Temp_____ F F Temp_____ Temp_____ F F F Temp_____ RH_______ % RH_______ % RH_______ % RH_______ % RH_______ % Media ID Audit____ gm Audit____ gm Audit____ gm Audit_____ gm Audit____ gm By__________ By__________ By__________ By__________ By__________ Weight (g) Weight (g) Weight (g) Weight (g) Weight (g) Figure 8-5 C-8.13 G 000519 Item

447 sampling manual incorporated 1, edits Attachment E: Source Vol. 2018, EQC meeting Nov. 15-16, Source Sampling Manual 59 of 64 Page METHOD 8 ANALYSIS SUMMARY Facility_________________________________ Run Number___________ ______ Sample Location________________________ Test Date______________ ______ Sample Recovered by____________________________________________ _____ RUN _____ RUN _____ RUN _____ RUN _____ RUN _____ ANALYSIS SAMPLE FILTER Filter ID Gross Wei , g m g ht ht , Tare Wei g m g m , ht g et Wei N g PRE TEST BLANK FILTER Filter ID , ht g Gross Wei m g g ht , m Tare Wei g g ht , m N g et Wei POST TEST BLANK FILTER Filter ID g m , ht g Gross Wei Tare Wei m g ht , g ht g , g m et Wei N ACETONE RINSE Acetone ID mls , Acetone Volume g g m , ht Gross Wei g m , ht g Tare Wei m , ht g et Wei N g ACETONE BLANK Acetone ID mls , Acetone Blk Vol. g ht g Gross Wei , m g Tare Wei , m g ht g m , ht g et Wei N , g ht N et Wei m g /ml TOTAL PM RECOVERY* g m , PM Recovered nk)) + (Acetone Rinse) – (Acetone Blank Corrected *Total PM = (Filter) – (Average (pre-test blank & post-test bla for Rinse Volume). Note: The b if the blank filter or rinse lank corrections for the filter and/or rinse samples are ‘0’, samples yield negative weight gains. C-8.14 Item G 000520

448 Vol. E: Source sampling manual Attachment 1, edits incorporated 2018, EQC Nov. 15-16, meeting Source Sampling Manual Page of 64 60 Oregon Source Sampling Method 8 High Volume Sampling Data Form 1 of 2 Figure 8-6 VELOCITY PRE-SURVEY Plant Name & Location__________________________________________ ____________ ____________ Date____________ Time_________________ By (name)_______________ Source Location or ID__________________________________________ _____________ High Pressure System □ Low Pressure System □ Type of Exhaust: □ □ China Hat Straight Vertical □ Other (specify)_________ □ Goose-Neck Temperature: Dry Bulb _______________ºF Wet Bulb _____________ _ºF Velocity Survey: Record velocity head at enough points to rough ly map the velocity distribution across the exhaust cross-section. Select six points for sample collection and show in diagram. Check if Y X  selected P Point inches inches O “ H ( ) 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Y 9 10 11 12 X Average C-8.15 Item G 000521

449 Vol. 1, edits incorporated E: Source sampling manual Attachment Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Source Sampling Manual 61 Page of 64 Figure 8-7 Sampling Data and Field Analysis _____________ Source Identific Plant Name/Location _____________ ation ________________Run #________ Date_________ Time_________ By (name)______________Process Ope ration During Test: ______________ Temperature: Dry bulb___________ Wet bulb___________ %Moi sture__________ Ambient____________ Gas composition: %O _____________ Pitot factor (C )____________ _____________ %CO 2 2 p )______"H O Static Press (P g 2 )_____________ Barom etric Pressure(P ) __________________in. H Nozzle Dia. _______ __ Nozzle area (A b n g Sample Rate Sample Rate Location Orifice ΔH Velocity Pressure Sample Sample Orifice Indicated by Corrected for Volume Time Temperature Calibration Pt. Sampling Pre-set Actual √∆P Y ∆P X Curve Conditions o O “H “ H O 2 2 F minutes dscf scfm scfm 1 2 3 4 5 6 -- -- -- Avg. or Total -- Sample Filter ID: Acetone ID: Acetone Volume, mls. Pre Test Blank Filter ID: Post Test Blank Filter , ID: C-8.1 G 000522 Item

450 incorporated Attachment E: Source sampling manual Vol. 1, edits Nov. 15-16, 2018, EQC meeting Source Sampling Manual Page of 64 62 APPENDIX D GENERAL CALIBRATION REQUIREMENTS FOR OREGON SOURCE SAMPLING METHODS D G 000523 Item

451 M8 G 000524 M7 Item Method X X X M5 Applicable ODEQ X X X X D-1 & D-2. X X X X M4 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X ING METHODS urce test. This could be accomplished diam. <0.01 <0.01 conditions. <0.004” Criteria corrosion Acceptance EPA Method 2 mean deviation high minus low +1.5% absolute +1.5% absolute +1.5% absolute +1.5% absolute +1.5% absolute A & B deviation no nicks, dents, or to bend, 0.1D hole or use repair field use EPA M2 Frequency every 6 months every 6 months every 6 months every 6 months every 6 months every 6 months pre & post each prior to initial use > 6 D to tip, >8 D prior to each field 12 months & after he same temperature at ambient F F F F F o o o o o D-1 or M2 size fpm F & 212 F & 212 F & 212 F & 212 F & 212 opening dynamic o o o o o 800; 1,500; 3 diameters interferences 32 32 32 32 32 static pressure ts specified by method supersede those presented within Tables 3,000; & 4,500 tapered edge of holes location & Sec. 10.3 of EPA face alignments & Calibration Points NTS FOR OREGON DEQ SOURCE SAMPL calibrated. All thermocouples should be checked before each so incorporated s and/or thermometers register t 1, edits Vol. Reference micrometer 4, 2-7, & 2-8 NIST traceable NIST traceable NIST traceable NIST traceable visual inspection NIST traceable, or (Cp=0.99) ist, quality assurance requiremen manual specifications illustrated in standard pitot tube thermocouple/potentiometer 2, Section 6.7 and Figure 2-5 ASTM mercury thermometer, specifications of EPA Method Method 2, Figures, 2-2, 2-3, 2- ASTM mercury thermometer, or ASTM mercury thermometer, or ASTM mercury thermometer, or ASTM mercury thermometer, or meeting sampling EQC Source 2018, E: Table D-1: CALIBRATION REQUIREME of 64 (pre-test) , x, Z, & W in limits) Oven/Filter Equipment B Orifice Meter Impinger Exit Stack/Exhaust 63 Measurement Dry Gas Meter Sample Nozzle Sample Nozzle 15-16, S-type pitot tube S-type pitot tube , P Standard pitot tube Note: Where inconsistencies ex A (initial & thereafter) (preferred procedure) , P t Nov. Attachment Page (D by noting on the field data sheets that all of the thermocouple TEMPERATURE MEASURING DEVICES Note: The entire measurement system including readout shall be SAMPLE NOZZLE PITOT TUBES Source Sampling Manual

452 M8 G 000525 M7 Item Method M5 Applicable ODEQ X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X M4 pre -1 & D-2. <0.030 min LING METHODS +5% average average average +5% of Y Criteria – Y + 0.1”Hg Acceptance demonstrate linearity on a 0.95

453 Attachment F: Public comments 2018, Nov. meeting 15-16, EQC 1 of 662 Page Attachment F Public Comments DEQ solicited public comments on the draft Cleaner Air Oregon rules and fiscal during two public Comment October 20, 2017, to January 22, 2018, and comment periods. Comment period #1 was from Period #2 was from June 25 to August 6, 2018. The list below contains all comments received during those periods, including those submitted via an online form, by email, on paper, and in the form of oral s tatements at public hearings. DEQ reviewed each comment and grouped the ideas proposed by each commenter into one or more categories. Note: some comments were received when the public comment period was closed and are not included below. Therefore, the com ment numbering is not contiguous. Comment # 1 Comment Period #1 Catani Callie Name: Tennessee Strata Environmental Organization: State: Number of commenters: 1 The proposed rules do not make it clear when all other businesses (besides the top Comment text: 80 emitters) will be required to be called into the program and perform a risk assessment. This will make planning difficult for all other businesses besides the top 80 emitters. Attachment: 186 Comment categories linked to this comment: Comment # 2 ment Period #1 Com Name: Nicole Lawless Organization: State: OR Number of commenters: 1 Comment text: do whatever it takes! Thank you! - Please protect our air Attachment: G 000526 Item 1 - F ATTACHMENT F 11/15/2018

454 Attachment F: Public comments 2018, Nov. meeting EQC 15-16, 2 of 662 Page 171 Comment categories linked to this comment: 3 Comment # Comment Period #1 Jim Hickam Name: Oregon Organization: State: Number of commenters: 1 Comment text: Stop all field burning!!!! Attachment: 256 Comment categories linked to this comment: 4 Comment # Comment Period #1 Charles Langford Name: Organization: State: OR mmenters: Number of co 1 I approve of the proposed rule changes. Comment text: Attachment: Comment categories linked to this comment: 171 5 Comment # Comment Period #1 McCollum Name: Nancy OR Organization: State: 1 Number of commenters: G 000527 Item 2 - F ATTACHMENT F 11/15/2018

455 Attachment F: Public comments 2018, Nov. meeting 15-16, EQC 3 of 662 Page no more -- Please backyard or field burning! The wood stoves are bad enough, but at Comment text: least they have smokestacks. I start coughing in September and don't stop until May, and I have inflammation and headache all that time also. Oregon has had enough smoke. Tourists don't like it either. Attachment: Comment categories linked to this comment: 256 Comment # 6 Comment Period #1 Name: Melody Valdini Organization: State: OR 1 Number of commenters: Comment text: shocking that I need to Please institute more protections on the air we breathe! It is - it its most basic form, the government exists to protect the health and lives of the even request this citizens, not to prioritize the interests of industry. So to be clear: I am requesting that the DEQ and our state government pr ioritize the lives of the citizens of Oregon over the industry interests, and thus please use your resources to regulate and monitor the toxins released into our air everyday. We must go above and beyond the minimal federal regulations the regulations that will keep the poison out of our air. Do right by our children and instead maximize - and grandchildren please clean our air! Attachment: 246, 257 Comment categories linked to this comment: 7 Comment # Comment Period #1 Name: Dale Feik Organization: Hillsboro Air and Water State: OR Number of commenters: 1 Item G 000528 3 - F ATTACHMENT F 11/15/2018

456 Attachment F: Public comments 2018, Nov. meeting 15-16, EQC 4 of 662 Page Comment text: See attached document. Public comment submitted by email and uploaded by DEQ. 43e4 - a0da - 5a52ae577c72 qhw2/files/6ea96b14 - Attachment: https://data.oregon.gov/views/gvv7 - 294a - 123, 171, 244, 246, 265 Comment categories linked to this comment: Comment # 8 Comment Period #1 b a Name: Alabama Organization: State: 1 Number of commenters: Comment text: testing Attachment: Comment categories linked to this comment: 9 Comment # mment Period #1 Co Carvalho Name: Chris OR Organization: State: 1 Number of commenters: As a cancer survivor, I must ask for much stronger protections in the Cleaner Air Oregon Comment text: k. The original, stronger rules proposed plan. As currently written, it does little to bring down cancer ris in the 2017 legislative session were similar to those in 20 other states. Oregon should be a leader, not a follower, when it comes to protecting the health of our citizens. When businesses say they might leave tate if we adopted rules that already are in force in those twenty states, that is a bluff. Many would the s likely stay and adapt. For the few that would leave, I say good riddance. We can find other businesses that would love to come to Oregon and be responsib le environmental citizens. By delaying the time for polluters to comply except for the 80 largest ones, the pollution around my home will not be improved for many years. My area has high levels of wood smoke, fine diesel particulate, and benzene. These e from sources that aren't from a particular business site. The hardship provision simply allows com companies to claim they are in financial trouble, and can easily manipulate their books to "prove" it. If e plan claims, they must apply to all polluters we are to have the "predictable, consistent" rules th Item G 000529 4 - F ATTACHMENT F 11/15/2018

457 Attachment F: Public comments 2018, Nov. 15-16, meeting EQC 5 of 662 Page without exception. The plan must do away with the waiver provision that allows political influence to trump science and prevent the fair application of pollution limits to all businesses. If companies were lowed to increase cancer risk around their facilities by as much as 500 cases per million, Oregon could al become a state where two thirds of our counties' cancer risks would be above the national average. regon should commission the services of Art Williams, That's not quality of life; it's quantity of death. O the person who crafted Louisville, Kentucky's award - winning toxics regulation program. His comments - about the shortcomings of Oregon's plan are spot on. He successfully avoided the mistakes we are about to make. There is no excuse for the NIMBYism of putting a substandard program in place when there is an excellent proof of concept with a great track record. Oregon needs to put the onus of re DEQ to do the work. It's hard to get information gathering on pollutants onto businesses and not requi to - legislative funding in our current environment. We also need to adopt the Community Toxics Right - Know framework for our law. It is not enough to notify the public when a recommended action level is exceeded. We ne ed to know what's being dumped into our air and water, regardless of the concentration. Action levels can be manipulated to hide pollution. Full disclosure protects against this. Citizens need to know what pollutants are present, and our government needs t o stop giving corporations the cover to hide that information from us. Please do the right thing for Oregonians. Make our plan the national leader, and implement community toxics right know. The health of all - to - Oregonians rests in your hands. Our economy can handle the costs of a safe, healthy environment. Sincerely, Chris Carvalho Attachment: Comment categories linked to this comment: 46, 88, 123, 133, 188, 212, 258, 265 10 Comment # Comment Period #1 test test Name: Organization: State: California 1 Number of commenters: Comment text: Dear Cleaner Air Oregon Coordinator Joe Westersund, I urge you to carefully consider the impact any decisions or actions regarding this issue will have. Sincerely, test test 123 Test St Berkeley, CA 94705 m [email protected] Attachment: G 000530 Item 5 - F ATTACHMENT F 11/15/2018

458 Attachment F: Public comments 2018, Nov. meeting 15-16, EQC Page 6 of 662 Comment categories linked to this comment: 11 Comment # Comment Period #1 Willis Name: Organization: League of Women Voters Oregon State: Oregon Number of commenters: 1 I am writing to support clean air standards in Oregon. In particular, I support Comment text: adequate standards for control of all sources of pollution strict enforcement of established rules and regulations s a natural resource, and a comprehensive, coordinated program for management of air a adequate financing for air pollution abatement programs I see that in the Draft Rules Tables the allowable number of cancer deaths from toxic emission from ople per million. Also, the existing factories has been increased from 10 people per million to 500 pe - Hazard Index related to chronic non cancer diseases for existing factories has increased from 1 to 30 for based. the new rules. These numbers are unacceptable: too high and not health - nder the Cleaner Air Oregon is too long. Only 80 of Oregon's Also, the timeline to bring all companies u 2,500 companies will be included in the first five years. The Department of Environmental Quality has been sufficiently funded to hire necessary personnel to enact the new rules, or to finish a v ital statewide emissions inventory. Cleaner Air Oregon cannot happen without funding and political will. The rules need to be grounded in based. Further, the work needs to be funded in order to meet - science, informed by data and health those standards. Thank you for protecting our quality of life, as well as our quality of air, in Oregon and beyond. Attachment: Comment categories linked to this comment: 158, 171, 188, 248, 265 12 Comment # Item G 000531 6 - F ATTACHMENT F 11/15/2018

459 Attachment F: Public comments 2018, Nov. meeting EQC 15-16, 7 of 662 Page Comment Period #1 Greenlee Fran Name: Organization: State: OR 1 Number of commenters: Comment text: I am 87 years old. As an Oregonian for 65 years, I have always admired the resolution of to keep our air and water clean (as we have it in - state government to protect our environment when it becomes contaminated. abundance) or resolve to fix it Re: The Clean Air Standards as proposed: We need strong health/science - based goals to keep Oregon citizen's healthy. . .we owe it to our children. We can't put off for years implementing health standards. Standards should be strong and implemented immediately. How many people have to die before we regulate industries in the state which are contaminating basic health conditions? All living things require clean air and water. be unconscionable when people can, and are, dying of The numbers for "allowable emissions" seems to cancer because of pollution. and the based - I seems to me the rules need to be grounded in science, informed by data and health - work needs to be funded in order to meet these standards. As Gov. Tom Mc Call would say, "Let's Keep Oregon, Oregon." Thank you for your consideration, Fran Greenlee 63215 O.B. Riley Rd. Bend, Oregon 97703 Attachment: 158, 188, 248, 257, 258 Comment categories linked to this comment: Comment # 13 Comment Period #1 Mauter Name: Larry and Nancy Oregon Organization: State: Number of commenters: 2 Item G 000532 7 - F ATTACHMENT F 11/15/2018

460 Attachment F: Public comments 2018, Nov. 15-16, meeting EQC 8 of 662 Page "You picked it up along the way." Comment text: That was the explanation my mother got when she was diagnosed with mesothelioma, that rare and deadly cancer caused by contact with asbestos (1332 21 - 4). - What a callous society we have become when environmental toxins are casually explained as the simple random consequence of living. along All of us are at risk of exposure not only to industrial toxins such as asbestos but we also "pick up the way" daily doses of tail pipe exhaust and agricultural pollutants in the forms of pesticides. For some of us, the lead in our water is a critical issue. Total up those risks and then add in the increasing health threats associated with climate change, such as asthma, allergies, and the spread of infectious diseases. Those of us who live in neighborhoods close to industries that discharge their toxic byproducts into our air are at even greater risk for illness and premature death. We must address this issue with comprehensive reforms to close the gaps in the current regulations. We need to take into consideration the costs of air quality improvement that industry needs to University Medical Center shoulder, with the cost of medical care to treat cancer. According to a Duke pocket expenses (with health insurance) average $712 a month (2012) for doctors study, out - - of appointments, lost wages, medicines and travel expenses. These costs are shouldered by the individuals that they can't afford it, well neither can the average citizen who and families. Industry may rebut needs medical care. Environmental regulations work, and Oregon should be doing all it can to reduce air pollution and hold our state's industries to the highest standards for air qualit y. The benefits are clear: we benefit by controlling health care costs and we benefit by making sure all communities, regardless of their socio - economic status, are protected from hazards in the air we breathe. being of all Oregonians, and in that spirit, I - the health and well Cleaner Air Oregon's mission is to protect offer the following comments on the proposed rules: - 245 1) Regarding Rule Number 340 0030 - ALL facilities need to be regulated for air pollution. Human bodies needs to breathe regardless of whether pollution spews out of a new plant or an old one. The suggestion that only new, modified, reconstructed need to comply with the toughest standards is ludicrous. The statement "existing sources will not be permitted above Existing Source Permit Act ion Levels of 500 in 1 million" needs to be modified. - 245 - 2)Regarding Rule Number 340 0030 Cleaner Air Oregon must set pollution levels to achieve the lowest possible cancer risk, especially since these new rules won't be enforced for more than a decade. C ancer risk levels should be set to 10 per million for new facilities and 25 per million for older facilities. But should be lower in neighborhoods that are close to factories. - 245 - 3)Regarding Rule Number 340 0320 Item G 000533 8 - F ATTACHMENT F 11/15/2018

461 Attachment F: Public comments 2018, Nov. meeting 15-16, EQC 9 of 662 Page datory. Averaging a chemical's output into the atmosphere Accuracy in pollutant reporting must be man over the entire facility or over time only dilutes the statistic. The slogan "The solution to pollution is n tissue dilution" should not apply. Once a particle enters the body, that body is compromised. Huma absorbs toxins and can store them for long periods of time before wreaking havoc on the system. Regulate for single emission units and discontinue averaging of hazardous air pollutants. The word types of air toxins emitted. "estimate" needs to be eliminated when referencing 4) Regarding Rule Number 340 - - 245 0500 Legislators need to adequately fund the DEQ and the OHA to enforce these rules. Funding for this enforcement should come from those that need air quality permits. Establishing a policy mean s nothing if enforcement is absent. With strong rules and consistent enforcement of clean air standards, Oregonians in the future may well be spared the useless explanation "you picked it up along the way" as our health and our environment improve togethe r. Attachment: 24, 158, 245, 258, 265 Comment categories linked to this comment: 14 Comment # Comment Period #1 Suzanne Name: Moulton Organization: State: OR 1 Number of commenters: Comment text: Would you want your kids to smoke two cigarettes a day? That is the equivalent of Portland air pollution DEQ is allowing from major industry in Portland. Please enforce the legally mandated emission controls on oil refineries and transfer stations. Do not allow those major polluters to apply for permits to pollute. It's especially misleading to the public when we have voted on an emissions standard then DEQ allows for these permits without much reporting to bsite. There must be more outreach for public the public outside of small memos berried in a we comment, like an announcement in major local newspapers or news media. As you likely know, Oregon has the third largest population out of the fifty states that are at risk of excess cancer due to air pollution . My mom died from lung cancer here in Portland seven years ago today, and I now take care of my dad that suffers from severe emphysema that limits his mobility. I teach lots of kids in the Portland area, and it trouble me to think that they might one day have to face taking their parents before their time and helplessly watch them deteriorate into an early grave, - care like I have. Item G 000534 9 - F ATTACHMENT F 11/15/2018

462 Attachment F: Public comments EQC 15-16, 2018, meeting Nov. of 662 Page 10 - Because We Can We Must do better. Thank you for the opportunity to provide input. Attachment: 78, 171 o this comment: Comment categories linked t 15 Comment # Comment Period #1 Janice Milani Name: none State: Oregon Organization: 1 Number of commenters: Comment text: I support all of the proposed new rules in Cleaner Air Oregon. We desperately need them. Thank you. Attachment: Comment categories linked to this comment: 171 16 Comment # Comment Period #1 David Koen Name: Oregon Organization: State: Number of commenters: 1 Comment text: My understanding is that the rules propose to accept pollution that would cause up to 500/million excess cancer deaths for neighbors of facilities. Unacceptable. The rules should focus on the health of Oregonians, not the profits of polluting corporations. Attachment: 246, 265 Comment categories linked to this comment: G 000535 Item 10 - F ATTACHMENT F 11/15/2018

463 Attachment F: Public comments EQC 15-16, meeting 2018, Nov. of 662 Page 11 17 Comment # Comment Period #1 Name: Lyons Paul Organization: None State: OR 1 Number of commenters: Comment text: The State has never required Ash Grove Cement plant i in Eastern Oregon to stop Whitman Forest of mercury emitting dangerous chemicals that are killing off wildlife in the Wallowa poisoning after 40 years. Attachment: Comment categories linked to this comment: 97 18 Comment # Comment Period #1 kathleen Name: sharp oregon Organization: State: 1 Number of commenters: ollutants are known. The impact on the public health has Comment text: The number and types of p been studied. We would save money by cleaning up Oregon's air in health care cost alone. for my own n knowledge I don't need to know the more about the substances in the air around me that I breathe i my neighborhood. I know that we have high levels of diesel and benzenes, both of these are known to cause cancer. The large polluters and the small polluters all need to be regulated. Please don't distract yourself by endless measuring. use your energ y and money to provide relief. Require scrubbers on stacks, require businesses to pay to monitor their exhaust. The state will save money in the long run. Compare the price of cleaning the air to cancer treatment and you will find the savings. Attachment : 13, 39 Comment categories linked to this comment: G 000536 Item 11 - F ATTACHMENT F 11/15/2018

464 Attachment F: Public comments EQC 15-16, meeting 2018, Nov. of 662 Page 12 19 Comment # Comment Period #1 Melissa Rehder Name: Organization: State: Oregon Number of commenters: 1 Comment text: It's time to put the people and their health first. Protect our air first and foremost. Attachment: Comment categories linked to this comment: 171, 246 Comment # 20 Comment Period #1 Beeara Name: Edmonds Organization: State: OR 1 Number of commenters: Comment text: I am concerned about the proposed Cleaner Air Oregon Air Quality regulations that have been drafted up. While I understand that some of what's been drafted is good, there are several issues that are not stringent enough. Having lived in Corvallis for more than 12 years ago, just 1/2 mile from H I have noticed huge health challenges for my husband and several neighborhood & V glass fiber facility, friends, challenges that don't seem normal. Chronic sinusitis shouldn't have to be the case for ones who y, something we have no control are making healthy lifestyle choices and I truly believe that air qualit over, is a huge factor. As the population in this state continues to increase, there will be increases in pollutants via automobile usage. We can't afford to be lax in terms of corporate pollutants. s, I see that there is not enough requirement for small particulates to be Going over the regulation measured and controlled. In the case of our glass fiber facility, that means tiny particulates are getting in ancer risk has increased for some our air. I'm concerned and worried about this. I've also noticed that c of the allowable particulates. This should not be acceptable. In fact we should be working to improve not slide on that risk. Human health is the greatest asset we have and we shouldn't be compromising it for corporate pro fits. Accuracy in reporting is of the utmost importance. There should not be any gray areas about this. It's also important that the funding to enforce these rules are available to DEQ and the OHA. ations. Marilyn, who heads this up, has done Please know I stand behind Clean Corvallis Air's recommend - depth analysis and study of air quality. The requests they are making are reasonable and honoring of in all. Please consider all of the particulars that are being mentioned by this group. Item G 000537 12 - F ATTACHMENT F 11/15/2018

465 Attachment F: Public comments EQC 15-16, meeting 2018, Nov. of 662 Page 13 Attachment: 23, 158, 246, 372 Comment c ategories linked to this comment: 21 Comment # Comment Period #1 Robin Bousquet Name: Oregon Organization: State: 1 Number of commenters: Comment text: As a constituent of Washington County and a mom of 2 young kids, I am concerned about the proposed guidelines for the existing business excess Cancer risk action levels which seem to ancer risk of a new business is be almost 10X greater than those of new business. If in fact the excess c set at 10 (per million), the existing source business should also should be held to that standard. To think that they won't be denied until the risk has reached 500 (per million) is unthinkable. the risk is in my area and who the polluters are. I should be able to look up Also, I want to know what where I live and know what the pollution index is for my family and community. Please make these public and accessible. Thank you. Attachment: Comment categories linked to this comment: 61, 263, 265 22 Comment # Comment Period #1 Jessica Name: Applegate Organization: Eastside Portland Air Coaltion State: Oregon 1 Number of commenters: Citizens need to know what they are breathing. Comment text: What happened in Portland around the Bullseye neighborhood just exemplified what is happening all over the state. The Bullseye neighborhood should not be the only neighborhood protected from pollution. All of Oregon deserves the same protections. G 000538 Item 13 - F ATTACHMENT F 11/15/2018

466 Attachment F: Public comments EQC 15-16, 2018, meeting Nov. of 662 Page 14 a false narrative around loss of jobs and the harm to the economy. The data disputes that Their is argument. A thriving economy and regulations that protect human health are not at odds. Both the EPA and the spent on pollution prevention and control World Health Organization have shown that every dollar renders at least a thirty dollar savings for the economy. Industry lobbyists will mistakenly argue that increased regulatory costs will put industries out of business or drive them from Oregon. This is a myth. The benefits to public health costs, business innovation, decreased pollution mitigation costs, etc. far exceed the costs of cleaning up the air. Cleaner Air Oregon is an absolute necessity and will put Oregon at least on par with much of the rest of the count ry in terms of air toxics regulations. California, with one of the most thriving economies in the country has some of the strictest regulations. Regulation and economic hardship do not go hand in hand. attached document. More to come. Please see full preliminary comment from EPAC in the 43d4 qhw2/files/c28db5b7 ac84 - e699bb701bf2 Attachment: https://data.oregon.gov/views/gvv7 - - - - 9f19 28, 29, 44, 45, 46, 89, 90, 123, 133, 136, 140, 158, 171, Comment categories linked to this comment: 176, 238, 248, 258, 272, 31 2, 318, 319, 374 23 Comment # Comment Period #1 Souza Name: Shannon Oregon State: Sol Coast Companies Organization: 1 Number of commenters: We strongly support the proposed Cleaner Air Oregon Rule making. The rules are Comment text: based and socially equitable. As a former environmental manager of a pulp and reasonable, science paper facility I understand that rules, such as this, are required to inform the operations, actions and communications of industrial facility management. Attachment: 171 Comment c ategories linked to this comment: 24 Comment # Comment Period #1 Item G 000539 14 - F ATTACHMENT F 11/15/2018

467 Attachment F: Public comments EQC 15-16, meeting 2018, Nov. of 662 Page 15 Shawn Name: Looney OR Organization: State: 1 Number of commenters: Please focus also on mobile sources of air toxins such as diesel emissions. Unfiltered Comment text: diesel emissions are an enormous source of pollution in Oregon, particularly in Multnomah County Attachment: Comment categories linked to this comment: 45 Comment # 25 Comment Period #1 Kennedy Nat Name: Organization: State: OR 1 Number of commenters: Comment text: I t hink it's great that Oregon is going to have a new air toxics rule. I think that this risk assessment style of the rule is too unwieldy, though. The costs of doing an emission inventory for small oss in modelling and potential monitoring, businesses is already going to be a burden, but when you t you'll be putting small businesses out of business. Some other form of rule, like a straight line diminimus and emission limit would be easier and still meet clean air standards. sumed are not realistic for either the consultants, the modelling, or the The costs you've established/as control equipment. Doing a full cost analysis survey would give you a better idea of the impact you will have on businesses. Let them spend their money on a $50,000 bag house inste ad of modelling. A rule for air toxics is necessary, but Cleaner Air Oregon is a monster that is unwieldy. It doesn't have to be this difficult. Attachment: 24, 167, 168, 171 Comment categories linked to this comment: 26 Comment # Comment Period #1 G 000540 Item 15 - F ATTACHMENT F 11/15/2018

468 Attachment F: Public comments EQC 15-16, meeting Nov. 2018, of 662 Page 16 Nona Name: Gamel OR Organization: State: Number of commenters: 1 Comment text: The draft proposal is a good start. However, I am concerned because it does nor include diesel particulates in the cumulative risk assessments. I live in Multnomah County, in t he top 1% of counties for diesel particulate exposure according to the EPA. This exposure contributes to heart and lung disease and also to dementia. The consequences to the community of this, and other forms of air t of reducing them. Everyone needs to contribute to cleaning up pollution, are much greater than the cos our air, and everyone will see benefits from doing so. In addition, the regulation should be applied to all companies immediately upon adoption. There should be zero tolerance for things that areknown to be destroying our health and the health of our children and grandchildren. Attachment: Comment categories linked to this comment: 45, 176, 238 27 Comment # Comment Period #1 Asher Sara Name: Organization: State: Oregon 1 Number of commenters: Dear Cleaner Air Oregon Coordinator Joe Westersund, Comment text: I urge you to carefully consider the impact any decisions or actions regarding this issue will have. sions. The part of Oregon I live in has the highest instance of asthma related to diesel emis Please take the health of citizens, including youth, the elderly and people with compromised health in mind while taking action. Sara Sincerely, Sara Asher 5746 7116 N Mobile Ave Portland, OR 97217 - [email protected] Attachment: Item G 000541 16 - F ATTACHMENT F 11/15/2018

469 Attachment F: Public comments EQC 15-16, meeting 2018, Nov. of 662 Page 17 238, 248 Comment categories linked to this comment: 28 Comment # Comment Period #1 Marsha Name: Hanchrow OR Organization: State: 1 Number of commenters: believe Comment text: While I applaud the goal of this legislation and support it far as it goes, I strongly it needs to go farther. We need to match the limitations that out neighboring states have put on diesel engines. The diesel trucks that are no longer allowed to run in California have been moved to Oregon. ts than we do, so Oregon is collecting their old polluting Washington also has tighter emissions limi school buses, too. Transportation is now the largest category of polluters, and I live in a heavily impacted part of the state. so many, but we need to do it. We need I realize it's a little late to add a requirement that would affect to do it sooner rather than later. Attachment: 171, 238 Comment categories linked to this comment: 29 Comment # Comment Period #1 Goodman Name: Peter Oregon Organization: State: 1 Number of commenters: To whom it may concern - DEQ Comment text: I wish to speak to the rules and rulemaking process involved with the "Cleaner Air Oregon initiative proposed by the Governor and now in the rule making process. The rules as proposed are so weakened bbying and political lack of will to protect the public health and well being (the very reason by industry lo for the initiative in the first place) that comments from me only helps legitimize a process that is totally ions behind the initiative and actually gut its content compromised so as to give lip service to the motivat bowing shamefully to industry "concerns". The public has been hoodwinked as has been the standard G 000542 Item 17 - F ATTACHMENT F 11/15/2018

470 Attachment F: Public comments EQC 15-16, 2018, meeting Nov. of 662 Page 18 operating procedure of DEQ for decades with the resulting predictable environmental disasters and lic health catastrophes. The standards proposed in the new rules fall well below the standards of pub many other states and do not protect the public. Escape clauses that allow the Director to override litical (industry) pressure. The public meetings those standards make the process totally vulnerable to po and feedback opportunities are simply a cynical attempt to promote the false notion that the public has oor, a voice in these decisions. That notion is false. The real "testimony" comes in the form of closed d backroom deals and politician's obeisance to their masters. The whole process is a charade not democracy. Peter Goodman 11/19/2017 Attachment: 46, 83, 249 Comment categories linked to this comment: Comment # 30 Comment Period #1 Kathleen Mitchell Name: Organization: Ms. State: OR Number of commenters: 1 Comment text: Being exposed to Portland's pollution has the same health impacts as if I were to smoke two cigarettes a day. As long as we have below 50 g/m3 of small particulate matter (PM2.5) in our air, it is considered "good." But only 22 g/m3 has the same health impacts as smoking one cigarette a day. children, the elderly, asthma sufferers, and those with - Unlike smoking, air pollution affects everyone Oregon during many parts of this year are worse than the air emphysema. The air quality in Portland, quality in New York City or Los Angeles. It's not just small particulates causing a danger to our health. Over 1,300 pounds of lead are dumped to the EPA. As the Portland Tribune reported earlier into Portland's air annually. 1,315 pounds according this year, "Breathing the air in parts of Portland can be a little like drinking the water in Flint, Mich." The air quality here is so bad, it is capable of causing extra cancers. In six census tracts n ear the city center, this cancer rate is worse than 99 percent of the country. Oregon must reform its regulation of industrial air pollution with a strong Cleaner Air Oregon program sooner rather than later. Thank you for lem of Portland's air pollution. your attention to solving the prob Attachment: Comment categories linked to this comment: 248 G 000543 Item 18 - F ATTACHMENT F 11/15/2018

471 Attachment F: Public comments EQC 15-16, meeting Nov. 2018, of 662 Page 19 31 Comment # Comment Period #1 Name: Symonds Anna Organization: State: Oregon Number of commenters: 1 Comment text: Dear Cleaner Air Oregon Coordinator Joe Weste rsund, I am an Oregonian who is significantly concerned about the negative impacts of air pollution upon the health of my community. For far too long, Oregon's regulations have been concerned with protecting the interests of industry and that has to chang e. Cleaner Air Oregon is a unique chance to lower those negative impacts and create a more sustainable future for future generations. I urge you to safeguard the health of community members over industry profits by prioritizing public health, strengthen co nsequences for violating regulations, and take into consideration all sources of pollution to guard against disproportionate income communities and communities of color. - impacts on low Lastly, it is the responsibility of the agency to meaningfully engage community members and that includes providing accessible information, translation, and childcare services at community engagement opportunities and events. Sincerely, Anna Symonds 3824 SE Francis St Portland, OR 97202 3215 - [email protected] t: Attachmen 53, 61, 78, 86, 94, 140, 171, 235, 244, 246 Comment categories linked to this comment: Comment # 32 Comment Period #1 Christiansen Diane Name: Organization: State: OR Item G 000544 19 - F ATTACHMENT F 11/15/2018

472 Attachment F: Public comments EQC 15-16, meeting Nov. 2018, of 662 Page 20 1 Number of commenters: Comment text: urgent for the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality to I am writing to let you know I think it is have regulations and enforce them to protect people and the environment from the 52 air toxics that have been identified. I understand from what I have read from the Eastside Portland Air Coali tion that this is not currently being done. No one can say that these regulations are too severe. It is extremely important to have clean air and water! Attachment: 248 Comment categories linked to this comment: Comment # 33 Comment Period #1 id Name: Goodyke Dav Oregon Organization: State: Number of commenters: 1 Comment text: Dear Cleaner Air Oregon Coordinator Joe Westersund, I live in the Overlook neighborhood, and I think our air quality is negatively impacted be our proximity to to the freight and commercial industries based on Swan Island. Oregonians and the Interstate and citizens or Portland support clean air, and we deserve much stronger protections for air quality. ed many of my neighbors Residents of north Portland suffer from high rates of asthma, and I have watch struggle with asthma, chronic respiratory illness and lung cancer. We must do everything we can to continue to improve air quality and make sure our regulations not only keep up with technology, but are spur on technological innovations. actually ambitious enough to I am an Oregonian who is significantly concerned about the negative impacts of air pollution upon the health of my community. dustry and For far too long, Oregon's regulations have been concerned with protecting the interests of in that has to change. Cleaner Air Oregon is a unique chance to lower those negative impacts and create a more sustainable future for future generations. I urge you to safeguard the health of community public health, strengthen consequences for violating members over industry profits by prioritizing regulations, and take into consideration all sources of pollution to guard against disproportionate income communities and communities of color. - impacts on low Item G 000545 20 - F ATTACHMENT F 11/15/2018

473 Attachment F: Public comments EQC 15-16, meeting 2018, Nov. of 662 Page 21 gency to meaningfully engage community members and that Lastly, it is the responsibility of the a includes providing accessible information, translation, and childcare services at community engagement opportunities and events. Sincerely, David Goodyke - 1010 4026 N Colonial Ave Portland, OR 97227 [email protected] Attachment: 53 Comment categories linked to this comment: 34 Comment # Comment Period #1 Allan Rudwick Name: Oregon Organization: State: Number of commenters: 1 Dear Cleaner Air Oregon Coordinator Joe Westersund, Comment text: I am an Oregonian who is significantly concerned about the negative impacts of air pollution upon the health of my community. For far too long, Oregon's regulations have been concerned with protecting the interests of industry and Oregon is a unique chance to lower those negative impacts and create a that has to change. Cleaner Air more sustainable future for future generations. I urge you to safeguard the health of community violating members over industry profits by prioritizing public health, strengthen consequences for regulations, and take into consideration all sources of pollution to guard against disproportionate income communities and communities of color. - impacts on low Lastly, it is the responsibility of the agency to meaningfully engage community mem bers and that includes providing accessible information, translation, and childcare services at community engagement opportunities and events. Stop letting diesel polluters roam freely around our city. I have asthma and would like to live a long life healthy Sincerely, Item G 000546 21 - F ATTACHMENT F 11/15/2018

474 Attachment F: Public comments EQC 15-16, 2018, meeting Nov. of 662 Page 22 Allan Rudwick - 228 NE Morris St Portland, OR 97212 3040 [email protected] Attachment: 53, 238 Comment categories linked to this comment: 35 Comment # Comment Period #1 Name: Celeste Lewis Organization: State: Oregon Number of commenters: 1 Dear Cleaner Air Oregon Coordinator Joe Westersund, Comment text: I am an Oregonian who is significantly concerned about the negative impacts of air pollution upon the health of my community. I attended the Senate hearing held last spring and was frustrated to see that only construction industry testimony was taken. As an architect who must spend my work days around diesel operated equipment, a mother who sent her child to school on smelly buses and now as a full time caregiver to my husband, recently diagnosed with a blood cancer related to his exposure to benzene, an additive in gasoline, I want stricter regulations of all trucks, buses and construction equipment. ish economy than in an economy with It's far easier to begin to regulate these changes now, in a bull uncertainty. Asking industries to clean up their equipment, while difficult financially, will also be good for their workforces and will lower the incidence of disease. Please do something and work to regulate the air f or the little guys in this state. Sincerely, Celeste Lewis 1393 4486 SW Washouga Ave Portland, OR 97239 - [email protected] Attachment: 238, 246 Comment categories linked to this comment: G 000547 Item 22 - F ATTACHMENT F 11/15/2018

475 Attachment F: Public comments EQC 15-16, 2018, meeting Nov. of 662 Page 23 36 Comment # Comment Period #1 wendy Name: ferguson Organizatio Oregon n: State: 1 Number of commenters: Dear Cleaner Air Oregon Coordinator Joe Westersund, Comment text: I have lived in SE Portland for 20 years, and like many residents, was stunned to hear about the high city. I have since learned that it's a complex problem levels of pollutants allowed in our beautiful involving lax diesel regulations and the unusually close proximity of industrial sites to neighborhoods. age child, I believe strongly that we ALL deserve to b As a cancer survivor and mom to a school reathe - clean air. What will it take for Oregon to catch up with our neighbors to the south and the north, and clean up our air once and for all? There's plenty of passion behind the drive, but over and over our state government bows to industry pressure a nd fails to allot the funds needed to fix the problem. We're living in the dark ages here, folks. It's time for a change, once and for all! Sincerely, wendy ferguson 4174 4837 SE Raymond St Portland, OR 97206 - [email protected] Attachment: 158, 238, 244 Comment categories linked to this comment: 37 Comment # Comment Period #1 Jim Ruppa Name: Organization: State: Oregon 1 Number of commenters: Comment text: Dear Cleaner Air Oregon Coordinator Joe Westersund, Item G 000548 23 - F ATTACHMENT F 11/15/2018

476 Attachment F: Public comments EQC 15-16, meeting 2018, Nov. of 662 Page 24 cantly concerned about the negative impacts of air pollution upon the I am an Oregonian who is signifi health of my community. For far too long, Oregon's regulations have been concerned with protecting the interests of industry and e to lower those negative impacts and create a that has to change. Cleaner Air Oregon is a unique chanc more sustainable future for future generations. I urge you to safeguard the health of community members over industry profits by prioritizing public health, strengthen consequences for violating nd take into consideration all sources of pollution to guard against disproportionate regulations, a income communities and communities of color. - impacts on low Lastly, it is the responsibility of the agency to meaningfully engage community members and that includes pr oviding accessible information, translation, and childcare services at community engagement opportunities and events. I personally live very close to Precision Castparts. I understand that there has been more community, but I don't believe that there has been communication between the corporation and the sufficient monitoring of their emissions. How can we feel safe if there are no guarantees that nickel and chromium from their industry are not in our air. Sincerely, Jim Ruppa R 97206 - 9154 4712 SE Rex Dr Portland, O [email protected] Attachment: Comment categories linked to this comment: 11, 53 38 Comment # Comment Period #1 Melissa Name: Rehder Oregon Organization: State: Number of commenters: 1 Westersund, Comment text: Dear Cleaner Air Oregon Coordinator Joe I am an Oregonian who is significantly concerned about the negative impacts of air pollution upon the health of my community. Item G 000549 24 - F ATTACHMENT F 11/15/2018

477 Attachment F: Public comments EQC 15-16, 2018, meeting Nov. of 662 Page 25 For far too long, Oregon's regulations have been concerned with protecting the interests of industry and change. Cleaner Air Oregon is a unique chance to lower those negative impacts and create a that has to more sustainable future for future generations. I urge you to safeguard the health of community hen consequences for violating members over industry profits by prioritizing public health, strengt regulations, and take into consideration all sources of pollution to guard against disproportionate impacts on low - income communities and communities of color. Lastly, it is the responsibility of the agency to meaningfully engage community members and that includes providing accessible information, translation, and childcare services at community engagement opportunities and events. Sincerely, Melissa Rehder 5630 SE Malden St Portland, OR 97206 - 9067 [email protected] Atta chment: 53 Comment categories linked to this comment: Comment # 39 Comment Period #1 Nettleton John Name: Oregon Organization: State: Number of commenters: 1 Dear Cleaner Air Oregon Coordinator Joe Westersund, Comment text: I am an Oregonian who is significantly concerned about the negative impacts of air pollution upon the health of my community. For far too long, Oregon's regulations have been concerned with protecting the interests of industry and that has to change. Clea ner Air Oregon is a unique chance to lower those negative impacts and create a more sustainable future for future generations. I urge you to safeguard the health of community ces for violating members over industry profits by prioritizing public health, strengthen consequen regulations, and take into consideration all sources of pollution to guard against disproportionate income communities and communities of color. - impacts on low Item G 000550 25 - F ATTACHMENT F 11/15/2018

478 Attachment F: Public comments EQC 15-16, meeting 2018, Nov. of 662 Page 26 ity members and that Lastly, it is the responsibility of the agency to meaningfully engage commun includes providing accessible information, translation, and childcare services at community engagement opportunities and events. Sincerely, John Nettleton - 3265 4311 SE 37th Ave Apt 21 Portland, OR 97202 [email protected] Attachment: 53 Comment categories linked to this comment: 40 Comment # Comment Period #1 John Nettleton Name: Oregon Organization: State: Number of commenters: 1 Dear Cleaner Air Oregon Coordinator Joe Westersund, Comment text: I am an Oregonian who is significantly concerned about the negative impacts of air pollution upon the health of my community. For far too long, Oregon's regulations have been concerned with protecting the interests of industry and ower those negative impacts and create a that has to change. Cleaner Air Oregon is a unique chance to l more sustainable future for future generations. I urge you to safeguard the health of community members over industry profits by prioritizing public health, strengthen consequences for violating e into consideration all sources of pollution to guard against disproportionate regulations, and tak - impacts on low income communities and communities of color. Lastly, it is the responsibility of the agency to meaningfully engage community members and that includes providin g accessible information, translation, and childcare services at community engagement opportunities and events. Sincerely, John Nettleton 4311 SE 37th Ave Apt 21 Portland, OR 97202 - 3265 Item G 000551 26 - F ATTACHMENT F 11/15/2018

479 Attachment F: Public comments EQC 15-16, 2018, meeting Nov. of 662 Page 27 [email protected] Attachment: nt: Comment categories linked to this comme 41 Comment # Comment Period #1 Burkholder Name: Tracy Organization: State: Oregon 1 Number of commenters: Dear Cleaner Air Oregon Coordinator Joe Westersund, Comment text: I have been a resident of Portland for 25 years and my friends, family, and I have suffered under the government's decision to prioritize industry above individual citizens for too long. I have friends in mile radius. - ng facilities within a 1 communities in Portland that have multiple polluti Based on my understanding of the current draft rules, the agencies are proposing an area cap for heavily polluted areas, which would restrict new facilities and may require some pollution reduction from some facilities. This does not go far enough. In addition to preventing any new facilities, these rules existing must require pollution reductions from all existing facilities until heavily polluted areas are safe. Only such a requirement will ensure that all communit ies are safe and healthy for all Oregonians. I urge you to safeguard the health of community members over industry profits by prioritizing public health, strengthen consequences for violating regulations, and take into consideration all sources of income communities and communities of - n to guard against disproportionate impacts on low pollutio color. Lastly, it is the responsibility of the agency to meaningfully engage community members and that hildcare services at community engagement includes providing accessible information, translation, and c opportunities and events. Sincerely, Tracy Burkholder 2531 - 1416 SE 49th Ave Portland, OR 97215 [email protected] Attachment: Item G 000552 27 - F ATTACHMENT F 11/15/2018

480 Attachment F: Public comments EQC 15-16, meeting Nov. 2018, of 662 Page 28 45, 53 Comment categories linked to this comment: 42 Comment # Comment Period #1 Na Walt me: Mintkeski Oregon Organization: State: Number of commenters: 1 Dear Cleaner Air Oregon Coordinator Joe Westersund, Comment text: I am a Portland resident who is very concerned about the negative impacts of air pollution upon the health of my commu nity. I live in SE Portland near the Union Pacific Brooklyn Railroad Yard and the Bull's Eye Glass Factory For far too long, Oregon's regulations have been tilted toward protecting the interests of industry. chance to change this and lower those negative air However, Cleaner Air Oregon provides a unique quality impacts. I urge you to safeguard the health of community members over industry interests by prioritizing public health, strengthening consequences for violating regulations, and taking into - income conside ration all sources of pollution to guard against disproportionate impacts on low communities and communities of color. Sincerely, Walt Mintkeski 8633 - 6815 SE 31st Ave Portland, OR 97202 [email protected] Attachment: Comment categories linked to this comment: 53 Comment # 43 Comment Period #1 Soule Name: Victor Organization: State: Oregon G 000553 Item 28 - F ATTACHMENT F 11/15/2018

481 Attachment F: Public comments EQC 15-16, meeting 2018, Nov. of 662 Page 29 1 Number of commenters: Dear Cleaner Air Oregon Coordinator Joe Westersund, Comment text: oncerned about the negative impacts of air pollution upon the I am an Oregonian who is significantly c health of my community. For far too long, Oregon's regulations have been concerned with protecting the interests of industry and that has to change. Cleaner Air Oregon is a unique chance to low er those negative impacts and create a more sustainable future for future generations. I urge you to safeguard the health of community members over industry profits by prioritizing public health, strengthen consequences for violating into consideration all sources of pollution to guard against disproportionate regulations, and take impacts on low - income communities and communities of color. Lastly, it is the responsibility of the agency to meaningfully engage community members and that includes providing accessible information, translation, and childcare services at community engagement opportunities and events. Sincerely, Victor Soule 8714 - 2111 SE Silver Springs Rd Portland, OR 97222 [email protected] Attachment: Comment categories linked to this comme nt: 53 44 Comment # Comment Period #1 Carol Bosworth Name: Oregon Organization: State: Number of commenters: 1 Dear Cleaner Air Oregon Coordinator Joe Westersund, Comment text: of air pollution upon the I am an Oregonian who is significantly concerned about the negative impacts health of my community. I live near the Willamette River, near Oregon City, and the exposure here to high levels of ozone, breathable train fumes, and stagnant air is a health hazard, preventing me from being outdoors many days each month. I must run an air purifier daily in our house. Item G 000554 29 - F ATTACHMENT F 11/15/2018

482 Attachment F: Public comments EQC 15-16, meeting 2018, Nov. of 662 Page 30 For far too long, Oregon's regulations have been concerned with protecting the interests of industry and nd create a that has to change. Cleaner Air Oregon is a unique chance to lower those negative impacts a more sustainable future for future generations. I urge you to safeguard the health of community members over industry profits by prioritizing public health, strengthen consequences for violating ces of pollution to guard against disproportionate regulations, and take into consideration all sour impacts on low - income communities and communities of color. Lastly, it is the responsibility of the agency to meaningfully engage community members and that includes providing accessible information, tra nslation, and childcare services at community engagement opportunities and events. Sincerely, Carol Bosworth - 13505 SE River Rd Apt 245 Portland, OR 97222 8232 [email protected] Attachment: 53 Comment categories linked to this comment: Comment # 45 nt Period #1 Comme Buckley Name: Deborah Oregon Organization: State: Number of commenters: 1 Dear Cleaner Air Oregon Coordinator Joe Westersund, Comment text: I am an Oregonian who is significantly concerned about the negative impacts of air pollution upon the health of my community. For far too long, Oregon's regulations have been concerned with protecting the interests of industry and that has to change. Cleaner Air Oregon is a unique chance to lower those negative impacts and create a more sustainable future for future generations. I urge you to safeguard the health of community members over industry profits by prioritizing public health, strengthen consequences for violating regulations, and take into consideration all sources of pollution to guard against d isproportionate income communities and communities of color. - impacts on low Item G 000555 30 - F ATTACHMENT F 11/15/