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Poughkeepsie SIP Table of Contents

Executive Summary

Acronyms and Abbreviations

1.0 Background and Overview of Federal Requirements

1.1 Introduction
1.2 Ozone Formation
1.2.1 Ozone Precursor - Oxides of Nitrogen (NOx)
1.2.2 Ozone Precursor - Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)
1.3 Health and Welfare Effects
1.4 Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990
1.5 8-hour Ozone NAAQS
1.6 Designation and Requirements

2.0 Previous Commitments

2.1 Introduction
2.2 Gasoline Measures
2.2.1 Part 225: Fuel Consumption and Use
2.2.2 Part 230: Gasoline Dispensing Sites and Transport Vehicles
2.2.3 Federal Reformulated Gasoline - Phase I and II
2.3 NY Vehicle Hardware and Fuel Measures
2.3.1 Part 217: Motor Vehicle Emissions
2.3.2 Part 218: Emission Standards for Motor Vehicles and Motor Vehicle Engines
2.3 Part 231: New Source Review in Non-Attainment Areas and Ozone Transport Region
2.5 VOC RACT
2.5.1 Part 212: General Process Emission Sources
2.5.2 Part 226: Solvent Metal Cleaning Processes
2.5.3 Part 228: Surface Coating Processes (Including Autobody Shops)
2.5.4 Part 229: Petroleum and Volatile Organic Liquid Storage and Transfer
2.5.5 Part 233: Pharmaceutical and Cosmetic Manufacturing Processes
2.5.6 Part 234: Graphic Arts
2.6 MACT
2.7 Part 235: Consumer Products
2.8 Part 205: Architectural and Industrial Maintenance (AIM) Coatings
2.9 Part 208: Landfill Gas Collection and Control Systems for Certain Municipal Solid Waste Landfills
2.10 Part 227: Stationary Combustion Installations
2.10.1 Subpart 227-2: Reasonably Available Control Technology (RACT) for Oxides of Nitrogen (NOx)
2.10.2 Other NOx RACT Provisions
2.10.3 Subpart 227-3/Part 204: NOx Budget Trading Program

3.0 Air Quality Data and Trends

3.1 Ozone
3.2 Emissions - Anthropogenic
3.3 Emissions - Biogenic
3.4 Meteorology
3.5 Photochemical Model Application
3.5.1 Base Year
3.5.2 Future Year 2009
3.5.3 Unmonitored Area Analysis
3.6 Weight-of-Evidence
3.7 Summary
3.8 References

4.0 Emission Inventories

4.1 Introduction
4.2 Summary of 2002 Baseline Annual Emissions
4.2.1 Point Inventory Methodology
4.2.2 Area Inventory Methodology
4.2.3 On-Road Inventory Methodology
4.2.4 Non-Road Inventory Methodology
4.2.5 Biogenic Inventory Methodology
4.3 Summary of 2002 Ozone Season Day (OSD) Emissions
4.3.1 Methodological Details Used to Compute Ozone Season Day from the Annual Estimates
4.4 Summary of Future Year Emissions
4.4.1 Projection Methodologies for Point, EGU, and Area Sources
4.4.2 On-Road Projection Methodology
4.4.3 Non-Road Projection Methodology
4.4.4 Biogenic Future Year Emissions

5.0 Permit Program

6.0 Section 110 Measures

7.0 Contingency Measures

8.0 New Mobile Source Measures

8.1 Introduction
8.2 Low Emission Vehicle Measures (LEV)
8.3 Personal Water Craft
8.4 Upstate I/M Programs (NYVIP)
8.5 Federal Diesel Fuel (with State Backstop)
8.6 Federal Non-Highway Diesel Fuel and Heavy Duty Diesel On-Road Requirements

9.0 New Stationary Source Measures

9.1 Introduction
9.2 Part 228: Surface Coating Processes; Part 235: Consumer Products
9.3 Part 235: Consumer Products
9.4 Part 239: Portable Fuel Containers
9.5 Part 234: Graphic Arts
9.6 Part 211: General Prohibitions
9.7 Part 243: NOx Emissions Budget Ozone Season Trading Program; Part 244: NOx Emissions Budget Annual Trading Program; Part 245: SO2 Emissions Budget Annual Trading Program
9.8 Subpart 220-1: Portland Cement Plants
9.9 Subpart 220-2: Glass Manufacturing
9.10 Subpart 227-4: Asphalt Paving Production
9.11 Subpart 227-2: Reasonably Available Control Technology (RACT) for Major Sources of Oxides of Nitrogen (NOx); Subpart 227-3: Reasonably Available Control Technology (RACT) for Minor Sources of Oxides of Nitrogen (NOx)
9.12 Subpart 227-2: High Electric Demand Day Units
9.13 Part 222: Distributed Generation
9.14 Part 200: General Provisions

10.0 Reasonable Further Progress (RFP)

10.1 Introduction
10.2 2008 15% RFP Plan
10.2.1 2008 Target Level VOC Emissions
10.2.2 2008 NOx Reductions
10.2.3 Contingency Measures
10.3 2009 RFP Plan
10.3.1 2009 Target Level VOC Emissions
10.3.2 2009 NOx Reductions
10.3.3 Contingency Measures
10.4 Motor Vehicle Emissions Budgets
10.5 Emissions Reductions by Control Strategy

11.0 New Source Review (NSR)

12.0 Reasonably Available Control Technology (RACT)

13.0 Reasonably Available Control Measures (RACM)

Appendices


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