3745-18-03 Compliance time schedules.

(A) [Reserved.]

(B) Certification and permit application requirements.

(1) Except as otherwise provided in paragraph (B)(2) and paragraphs (B)(4) to (B)(9) of this rule, no later than December 1, 1979, any owner or operator of any sulfur dioxide emissions source subject to, and not specifically exempted from, rules 3745-18-06 to 3745-18-94 of the Administrative Code shall do either of the following:

(a) Certify in writing to the director that such source is in full compliance with all requirements of this chapter. Such certification shall include the following:

(i) Equipment description.

(ii) OEPA permit application number (if assigned).

(iii) All necessary data (consistent with the appropriate permit application appendices) and calculations which confirm the compliance status.

(iv) An application for a permit-to-operate such source in accordance with rule 3745-35-02 of the Administrative Code as it existed on December 1, 1979 if such source does not possess an effective permit.

(b) Submit an application for a permit-to-operate or an application for a modification to a permit-to-operate in accordance with rule 3745-35-02 of the Administrative Code as it existed on December 1, 1979. Such application shall include a compliance program which will bring the source into full compliance with all the requirements of this chapter as expeditiously as practicable but in no event later than the dates specified in paragraph (C) of this rule, and identify all reasonable interim control measures.

(2) No later than December 1, 1979, any owner or operator of any sulfur dioxide emissions source subject to, and not specifically exempted from, rule 3745-18-56 of the Administrative Code (Mahoning county) shall certify in writing to the director, in a form and manner the director shall specify, all data necessary to establish sulfur dioxide emission limits based on calendar year 1978 operations.

(3) For fuel burning equipment, the certification or permit applications required by paragraphs (B)(1) and (B)(2) of this rule shall include the test method for determining compliance as specified in paragraph (D) or (E) of rule 3745-18-04 of the Administrative Code, whichever is applicable.

(4) No later than December 1, 1984, the "U. S. Steel Seamless Tubular Operations, LLC - Lorain" (Ohio EPA premise number 0247080961), shall submit an application for a permit-to-operate or an application for a modification to a permit-to-operate in accordance with rule 3745-35-02 of the Administrative Code as it existed on December 1, 1984, which application shall include a compliance program which will bring the source into full compliance with paragraph (G) of rule 3745-18-53 of the Administrative Code as expeditiously as practicable but in no event later than the date specified in paragraph (C)(5) of this rule, and identify all reasonable interim control measures.

(5) [Reserved.]

(6) No later than July 15, 1989, any owner or operator of the " ArcelorMittal Cleveland LLC" (OEPA premise number 1318001613) shall do the following:

(a) Submit a compliance program that will bring the facility into compliance with paragraph (O) of rule 3745-18-24 of the Administrative Code as expeditiously as practicable, but in no event later than the date specified in paragraph (C)(7) of this rule.

(b) Identify all reasonable interim control measures.

(7) No later than November 30, 1991, any owner or operator of any sulfur dioxide emissions source subject to, and not specifically exempted from, rule 3745-18-37 of the Administrative Code, Hamilton county emissions limits, shall do the following:

(a) Submit a compliance program that will bring the source into full compliance with rule 3745-18-37 of the Administrative Code as expeditiously as practicable, but in no event later than December 22, 1993.

(b) Identify all reasonable interim control measures.

(8) No later than April 20, 2000, any owner or operator of any sulfur dioxide emissions source subject to, and not specifically exempted from, rule 3745-18-15 of the Administrative Code, Butler county emissions limits, shall do the following:

(a) Submit a compliance program that will bring the source into full compliance with rule 3745-18-15 of the Administrative Code as expeditiously as practicable, but in no event later than the date specified in paragraph (C)(6) of this rule.

(b) Identify all reasonable interim control measures.

(9) Not later than thirty days after the effective date of this rule, any owner or operator subject to paragraphs (F)(1) to (F)(8) of rule 3745-18-49 of the Administrative Code and no later than April 23, 2016, any owner or operator subject to paragraphs (G)(3) to (G)(5) and (P) of rule 3745-18-47 of the Administrative Code shall submit an application for an operating permit or an application for a modification to an operating permit in accordance with Chapter 3745-77 of the Administrative Code, for sources subject to the Title V program, or in accordance with Chapter 3745-31 of the Administrative Code, for sources not subject to the Title V program. Such application shall include a compliance program which will bring the source into full compliance with this chapter as expeditiously as practicable but in no event later than the dates specified in paragraph (C) of this rule.

(C) Compliance time schedules.

(1) Except as otherwise provided in paragraphs (C)(2) to (C)(11) of this rule, no owner or operator shall cause, permit, or allow the operation or other use of any air contaminant source in violation of the limits specified in rules 3745-18-06 to 3745-18-94 of the Administrative Code beyond August 27, 1979.

(2) No owner or operator shall cause, permit, or allow the operation or other use of any air contaminant source in violation of the limits specified in rules 3745-18-15 and 3745-18-83 of the Administrative Code beyond September 1, 1982.

(3) No owner or operator shall cause, permit, or allow the operation or other use of any air contaminant source at the following facilities in violation of the limits specified in rules 3745-18-06 to 3745-18-94 of the Administrative Code beyond June 17, 1980:

(a) "Honeywell International, Inc."/ Lawerence county / Ironton / OEPA premise number 0744010002.

(b) " ALCOA - Cleveland Works" / Cuyahoga county / Cuyahoga Heights / OEPA premise number 1318170314.

(c) " AK Steel - Zanesville Works" / Muskingum county / Zanesville / OEPA premise number 0660010006.

(d) " Marathon Pipe Line LLC" / Hancock county / Findlay / OEPA premise number 0332010020.

(e) " Chemtrade Refinery Solutions Limited Partnership" / Lucas county / Oregon /OEPA premise number 0448020014.

(f) "Zaclon, LLC" / Cuyahoga county / Cleveland /OEPA premise number 1318000151.

(g) "Chemours Fort Hill Plant" / Hamilton county / North Bend / OEPA premise number 1431350817.

(h) "Axalta Coating Systems" / Lucas county / Toledo / OEPA premise number 0448010058.

(i) "General Motors LLC - Parma Plant" / Cuyahoga county / Parma / OEPA premise number 1318451029.

(j) "Kyklos Bearing International, Inc." / Erie county / Sandusky / OEPA premise number 0322020045.

(k) "Delphi Packard Electric Systems, North River Road" / Trumbull county / Warren / OEPA premise number 0278080051.

(l) " Veyance Technologies, Inc." / Auglaize county / St. Marys / OEPA premise number 0306010138.

(m) "ArcelorMittal Cleveland LLC" / Cuyahoga county / Cleveland / OEPA premise number 1318001613.

(n) "Carmeuse Lime, Inc." / Lake county / Grand River / OEPA premise number 0243030257.

(o) "Republic Steel-Massillon" / Stark county / Massillon /OEPA premise number 1576130697.

(p) "Republic Steel" / Stark county / Canton / OEPA premise number 1576050694.

(q) "Lima Refining Company" / Allen county / Lima / OEPA premise number 0302020012.

(r) "Kraton Polymers U.S. LLC" / Washington county / Belpre / OEPA premise number 0684010011.

(s) "BP-Husky Refining LLC" / Lucas county / Oregon / OEPA premise number 0448020007.

(t) " Toledo Refining Company, LLC" / Lucas county / Oregon / OEPA premise number 0448010246.

(u) "The Timken Company Bucyrus Bearing Plant" / Crawford county / Bucyrus / OEPA premise number 0317010168.

(v) "The TimkenSteel Corporation - Gambrinus Steel Plant" / Stark county / Canton / OEPA premise number 1576222000.

(w) "TimkenSteel Corporation - Faircrest Steel Plant" / Stark county / Canton / OEPA premise number 1576222001.

(x) "TimkenSteel Corporation - Harrison Steel Plant" / Stark county / Canton / OEPA premise number 1576222002.

(y) "Charter Steel - Cleveland Inc." / Cuyahoga county / Cuyahoga Heights / OEPA premise number 1318171623.

(z) "Republic Steel, f/k/a Republic Engineered Products, Inc" / Lorain county / Lorain / OEPA premise number 0247080229.

(aa) "ALTIVIA Petrochemicals, LLC" / Scioto county / Haverhill /OEPA premise number 0773000080.

(bb) " Yorkville Energy Services Terminal" / Jefferson county / Yorkville / OEPA premise number 0641120012.

(cc) "4K Industrial Park LLC" / Belmont county / Martins Ferry / OEPA premise number 0607090013.

(dd) "Duke Energy Ohio, W.C. Beckjord Station" / Clermont county / New Richmond / OEPA premise number 1413100008.

(ee) "Miami Fort Power Station" / Hamilton county / North Bend / OEPA premise number 1431350093.

(ff) "FirstEnergy Generation Corp., Ashtabula Plant" / Ashtabula county / Ashtabula / OEPA premise number 0204010000.

(gg) "Cleveland Thermal LLC" / Cuyahoga county / Cleveland /OEPA premise number 1318000246.

(hh) "Eastlake Substation" / Lake county / Eastlake / OEPA premise number 0243160009.

(ii) "Avon Lake Power Plant" / Lorain county / Avon Lake / OEPA premise number 0247030013.

(jj) "Conesville Power Plant" / Coshocton county / Conesville / OEPA premise number 0616000000.

(kk) "Picway Power Plant" / Pickaway county / Lockbourne / OEPA premise number 0165000006

(ll) "DP&L, J.M. Stuart Generating Station" / Adams county / Aberdeen / OEPA premise number 0701000007.

(mm) "DP&L Tait Generating Station" / Montgomery county / Moraine / OEPA premise number 0857043333.

(nn) "DP&L, O.H. Hutchings Generating Station" / Montgomery county / Miamisburg / OEPA premise number 0857780013.

(oo) "DP&L, Yankee Street Generating Station" / Montgomery county / Centerville / OEPA premise number 0857810015.

(pp) "W. H. Sammis Plant" / Jefferson county / Stratton / OEPA premise number 0641160017.

(qq) "West Lorain Plant" / Lorain county / Lorain / OEPA premise number 0247080487.

(rr) "Niles Plant" / Trumbull county / Niles / OEPA premise number 0278060023.

(ss) "General James M. Gavin Power Plant" / Gallia county / Cheshire / OEPA premise number 0627010056.

(tt) "Muskingum River Development, LLC" / Washington county / Waterford / OEPA premise number 0684000000.

(uu) "Ohio Valley Electric Corp., Kyger Creek Station" / Gallia county / Cheshire / OEPA premise number 0627000003.

(vv) "Richland Substation Peaker Facility" / Defiance county / Defiance / OEPA premise number 0320010006.

(ww) "FirstEnergy Generation LLC, Bay Shore Plant" / Lucas county / Oregon / OEPA premise number 0448020006.

(xx) "Stryker Substation Peaker" / Williams county / Stryker / OEPA premise number 0386000006.

(yy) "Youngstown Thermal " / Mahoning county / Youngstown / OEPA premise number 0250110024.

(4) [Reserved.]

(5) Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph (C)(1) of this rule, no owner or operator shall cause, permit, or allow the operation or other use of any air contaminant source in violation of the limits specified in paragraph (G) of rule 3745-18-53 of the Administrative Code beyond December 31, 1985.

(6) Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph (C)(1) of this rule, any owner or operator utilizing low sulfur fuel, including blended or washed coal, or who installs new emission control systems, or who modifies existing emission control systems, or who ceases operation in order to comply with the specified emission limits, shall bring any air contaminant source specified in paragraph (C)(6)(a) of this rule into compliance with the limits specified in rules 3745-18-06 to 3745-18-94 of the Administrative Code as expeditiously as practicable but in no event later than the compliance schedule identified in paragraph (C)(6)(b) of this rule. The compliance time schedule for each source shall commence on the effective date of the applicable emission limit as specified in rules 3745-18-06 to 3745-18-94 of the Administrative Code.

(a) Air contaminant sources.

(i) [Reserved.]

(ii) " Conesville Power Plant" /Coshocton county / Conesville / OEPA premise number 0616000000 / OEPA source numbers B007 and B008.

(iii) Sources subject to rule 3745-18-15 of the Administrative Code.

(b) Compliance time schedule.

(i) No more than eight weeks after the commencement date specified in paragraph (C)(6) of this rule, the owner or operator of a facility specified in paragraph (C)(6)(a) of this rule shall notify the director of the intent to utilize low sulfur fuels, install new emission control systems, modify existing emission control systems, or cease operation to achieve compliance, and if utilizing low sulfur fuel to achieve compliance, the owner or operator shall submit to the director a ten year projection of the amount of fuels by types that will be substantially adequate to enable compliance with the applicable limit.

(ii) No more than thirty-two weeks after the commencement date specified in paragraph (C)(6) of this rule, the owner or operator of a facility specified in paragraph (C)(6)(a) of this rule shall submit to the director, if applicable, data demonstrating the availability of the low sulfur fuel projected to meet the emission limits contained in rules 3745-18-07 to 3745-18-94 of the Administrative Code.

(iii) No more than thirty-six weeks after the commencement date specified in paragraph (C)(6) of this rule, the owner or operator of a facility specified in paragraph (C)(6)(a) of this rule shall submit to the director a statement as to whether modifications to boiler or emission control equipment will be necessary, and if modifications will be necessary, submit preliminary plans for such modifications.

(iv) No more than forty-two weeks after the commencement date specified in paragraph (C)(6) of this rule, the owner or operator of a facility specified in paragraph (C)(6)(a) of this rule shall submit to the director final plans for equipment modifications necessary to achieve compliance.

(v) No more than fifty weeks after the commencement date specified in paragraph (C)(6) of this rule, the owner or operator of a facility specified in paragraph (C)(6)(a) of this rule shall award contracts for necessary boiler or emission control modifications, if applicable, and notify the director in writing that such action was taken or, if applicable, submit to the director a detailed schedule for final closure.

(vi) No more than sixty weeks after the commencement date specified in paragraph (C)(6) of this rule, the owner or operator of a facility specified in paragraph (C)(6)(a) of this rule shall initiate on-site modifications, if applicable, and notify the director that such action was taken.

(vii) No more than one hundred eighteen weeks after the commencement date specified in paragraph (C)(6) of this rule, the owner or operator utilizing low sulfur fuel to achieve compliance at a facility specified in paragraph (C)(6)(a) of this rule shall complete on-site modifications, if applicable, and notify the director in writing that such action was taken.

(viii) No more than one hundred twenty-two weeks after the commencement date specified in paragraph (C)(6) of this rule, the owner or operator using low sulfur fuels to achieve compliance at a facility specified in paragraph (C)(6)(a) of this rule shall achieve final compliance with the applicable emission limits specified in rules 3745-18-06 to 3745-18-94 of the Administrative Code and certify compliance to the director in accordance with rule 3745-18-04 of the Administrative Code.

(ix) No more than one hundred forty-four weeks after the commencement date specified in paragraph (C)(6) of this rule, the owner or operator installing new emission control systems, or modifying existing emission control systems in order to comply with the emission limits at a facility specified in paragraph (C)(6)(a) of this rule shall complete on-site modifications or installations and notify the director in writing that such action was taken.

(x) No more than one hundred fifty-six weeks after the commencement date specified in paragraph (C)(6) of this rule, the owner or operator installing new emission control systems, or modifying existing emission control systems in order to comply with the emission limits at a facility specified in paragraph (C)(6)(a) of this rule shall achieve final compliance with the applicable emission limits specified in rules 3745-18-06 to 3745-18-94 of the Administrative Code and certify compliance to the director in accordance with rule 3745-18-04 of the Administrative Code.

(7)

(a) Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph (C)(1) of this rule, any owner or operator who utilizes low sulfur fuels, or who installs new emission control systems, or who modifies existing emission control systems, or who ceases operation in order to comply with the specified emission limits, shall bring any subject air contaminant source into compliance with the limits specified in paragraph (O) of rule 3745-18-24 of the Administrative Code as expeditiously as practicable but in no event later than the compliance schedule identified in paragraph (C)(7)(b) of this rule. The commencement date of the compliance time schedule shall be October 31, 1991.

(b) Compliance time schedule.

(i) No more than eight weeks after the commencement date specified in paragraph (C)(7)(a) of this rule, the owner or operator of a facility specified therein shall notify the director of the intent to utilize low sulfur fuels, install new emission control systems, modify existing emission control systems, or cease operation to achieve compliance, and if utilizing low sulfur fuel to achieve compliance, the owner or operator shall submit to the director a ten year projection of the amount of fuels by types that will be substantially adequate to enable compliance with the applicable emission limits.

(ii) No more than sixteen weeks after the commencement date specified in paragraph (C)(7)(a) of this rule, the owner or operator of a facility specified therein shall submit to the director, if applicable, data demonstrating the availability of the low sulfur fuel projected to meet the applicable emission limits.

(iii) No more than twenty-five weeks after the commencement date specified in paragraph (C)(7)(a) of this rule, the owner or operator of a facility specified therein shall submit to the director a statement as to whether modifications to boiler or emission control equipment will be necessary to achieve compliance, and if modifications will be necessary, submit preliminary plans for such modifications.

(iv) No more than thirty-two weeks after the commencement date specified in paragraph (C)(7)(a) of this rule, the owner or operator of a facility specified therein shall submit to the director final plans for equipment modifications necessary to achieve compliance.

(v) No more than forty-eight weeks after the commencement date specified in paragraph (C)(7)(a) of this rule, the owner or operator of a facility specified therein shall award contracts for necessary boiler or emission control modifications, if applicable, and notify the director in writing that such action was taken or, if applicable, submit to the director a detailed schedule for final closure.

(vi) No more than sixty weeks after the commencement date specified in paragraph (C)(7)(a) of this rule, the owner or operator of a facility specified therein shall initiate on-site modifications, if applicable, and notify the director that such action was taken.

(vii) No more than one hundred twelve weeks after the commencement date specified in paragraph (C)(7)(a) of this rule, the owner or operator utilizing low sulfur fuel to achieve compliance at a facility specified therein shall complete on-site modifications, if applicable, and notify the director in writing that such action was taken.

(viii) No more than one hundred twenty-four weeks after the commencement date specified in paragraph (C)(7)(a) of this rule, the owner or operator utilizing low sulfur fuel to achieve compliance at a facility specified therein shall achieve final compliance with the applicable emission limits and certify compliance to the director in accordance with paragraph (B) of this rule.

(ix) No more than one hundred forty-four weeks after the commencement date specified in paragraph (C)(7)(a) of this rule, the owner or operator installing new emission control systems, or modifying existing emission control systems in order to achieve compliance at a facility specified therein shall complete on-site modifications or installations and notify the director in writing that such action was taken.

(x) No more than one hundred fifty-six weeks after the commencement date specified in paragraph (C)(7)(a) of this rule, the owner or operator installing new emission control systems or modifying existing emission control systems in order to achieve compliance at a facility specified therein shall achieve final compliance with the applicable emission limits specified in paragraph (O) of rule 3745-18-24 of the Administrative Code and certify compliance to the director in accordance with rule 3745-18-04 of the Administrative Code.

(8)

(a) Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph (C)(1) of this rule and except as provided in paragraph (C)(9) of this rule, any owner or operator who utilizes low sulfur fuels, or who installs new emission control systems, or who modifies existing emission control systems, or who ceases operation in order to comply with the specified emission limits, shall bring any subject air contaminant source into compliance with the limits specified in rule 3745-18-37 of the Administrative Code, Hamilton county emission limits, as expeditiously as practicable but in no event later than the compliance schedule identified in paragraph (C)(8)(b) of this rule. The commencement date of the compliance time schedule shall be October 31, 1991.

(b) Compliance time schedule.

(i) No later than July 31, 1992, the owner or operator of a facility specified in paragraph (C)(8)(a) of this rule shall notify the director of the intent to utilize low sulfur fuels, install new emission control systems, modify existing emission control systems, or cease operation to achieve compliance, and if utilizing low sulfur fuel to achieve compliance, the owner or operator shall submit to the director a ten year projection of the amount of fuels by types that will be substantially adequate to enable compliance with the applicable emission limits.

(ii) No later than September 25, 1992, the owner or operator of a facility specified in paragraph (C)(8)(a) of this rule shall submit to the director, if applicable, data demonstrating the availability of the low sulfur fuel projected to meet the applicable emission limits.

(iii) No later than October 9, 1992, the owner or operator of a facility specified in paragraph (C)(8)(a) of this rule shall submit to the director a statement as to whether modifications to boiler or emission control equipment will be necessary to achieve compliance, and if modifications will be necessary, submit preliminary plans for such modifications.

(iv) No later than January 20, 1993, the owner or operator of a facility specified in paragraph (C)(8)(a) of this rule shall submit to the director final plans for equipment modifications necessary to achieve compliance.

(v) No later than February 7, 1993, the owner or operator of a facility specified in paragraph (C)(8)(a) of this rule shall award contracts for necessary boiler or emission control modifications, if applicable, and notify the director in writing that such action was taken or, if applicable, submit to the director a detailed schedule for final closure.

(vi) No later than June 9, 1993, the owner or operator of a facility specified in paragraph (C)(8)(a) of this rule shall initiate on-site modifications, if applicable, and notify the director that such action was taken.

(vii) No later than August 4, 1993, the owner or operator utilizing low sulfur fuel to achieve compliance at a facility specified in paragraph (C)(8)(a) of this rule shall complete on-site modifications, if applicable, and notify the director in writing that such action was taken.

(viii) No later than September 15, 1993, the owner or operator utilizing low sulfur fuel to achieve compliance at a facility specified in paragraph (C)(8)(a) of this rule shall achieve final compliance with the applicable emission limits and certify compliance to the director in accordance with paragraph (B) of this rule.

(ix) No later than November 10, 1993, the owner or operator installing new emission control systems, or modifying existing emission control systems in order to achieve compliance at a facility specified in paragraph (C)(8)(a) of this rule shall complete on-site modifications or installations and notify the director in writing that such action has been taken.

(x) No later than December 22, 1993, the owner or operator installing new emission control systems or modifying existing emission control systems in order to achieve compliance at a facility specified in paragraph (C)(8)(a) of this rule shall achieve final compliance with the applicable emission limits specified in rule 3745-18-37 of the Administrative Code and certify compliance to the director in accordance with rule 3745-18-04 of the Administrative Code.

(9)

(a) Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph (C)(1) of this rule, any owner or operator who utilizes low sulfur fuels, or who installs new emission control systems, or who modifies existing emission control systems, or who ceases operation in order to comply with the specified emission limits, shall bring any subject air contaminant source into compliance with the limits specified in paragraph (BB) of rule 3745-18-37 of the Administrative Code as expeditiously as practicable but in no event later than the compliance schedule identified in paragraph (C)(9)(b) of this rule. The commencement date of the compliance time schedule shall be October 31, 1991.

(b) Compliance time schedule.

(i) No later than November 6, 1991, the owner or operator of the facility shall submit to the director a final control plan that describes at a minimum the steps which will be taken to achieve compliance; and if utilizing low sulfur fuel to achieve compliance, the owner or operator shall submit to the director a ten year projection of the amount of fuels by types that will be substantially adequate to enable compliance with the applicable emission limits.

(ii) No later than January 1, 1992, the owner or operator of the facility shall submit to the director, if applicable, data demonstrating the availability of the low sulfur fuel projected to meet the applicable emission limits.

(iii) No later than August 6, 1992, the owner or operator of the facility shall negotiate and sign all necessary contracts, or issue orders for the purchase of component parts and notify the director in writing that such action was taken.

(iv) No later than October 6, 1992, the owner or operator of the facility shall initiate on-site construction or installation and notify the director that such action was taken.

(v) No later than November 22, 1993, the owner or operator of the facility shall complete construction, or cease operation of OEPA source number B007, and shall certify compliance to the director in accordance with paragraph (B) of this rule.

(vi) After December 22, 1993, source B007 shall not be operated except in compliance with the requirements of paragraph (BB) of rule 3745-18-37 of the Administrative Code.

(10) [Reserved.] (11) Notwithstanding paragraph (C)(1) of this rule, no owner or operator shall cause, permit, or allow the operation or other use of any air contaminant source in violation of the limits specified in paragraphs (F)(1) to (F)(7) of rule 3745-18-49 of the Administrative Code thirty days after the effective date of this rule and paragraphs (D), (G)(3) to (G)(5), and (P) of rule 3745-18-47 of the Administrative Code beyond January 1, 2017.

(D) Alternative emission limits.

(1) Any owner or operator of an air contaminant source specified in paragraphs (D)(1)(a) to (D)(1)(c) of this rule having alternative sulfur dioxide emission limits specified in rules 3745-18-06 to 3745-18-94 of the Administrative Code shall notify the director of the selected emission limits in accordance with the requirements of paragraphs (D)(2)(a) and (D)(2)(b) of this rule.

(a) [Reserved.]

(b) "Ford Motor Company" (OEPA premise number 1431140861); paragraph(V) (1) or (V)(2) of rule 3745-18-37 of the Administrative Code.

(c) " Miami Fort Power Station" (OEPA premise number 1431350093); paragraph (BB)(3) of rule 3745-18-37 of the Administrative Code.

(2) Alternate emission limits.

(a) No more than eight weeks after the effective date of the applicable emission limits the owner or operator shall notify the director of the selected alternative emission limits and shall bring any subject source into compliance with the selected alternative emission limits as expeditiously as practicable, but in no event later than the compliance schedule specified in paragraph (C)(8) or (C)(9) of this rule.

(b) If, after the final compliance date, any owner or operator of an air contaminant source specified in paragraphs (D)(1)(a) to (D)(1)(c) of this rule elects to comply with an alternative emission limit not selected under the provisions of paragraph (D)(2)(a) of this rule, such owner or operator shall notify the director at least ninety days prior to the intended date of final compliance with the new limits. Any air contaminant source having alternative emission limits shall continuously comply with one of the alternative emission limits at all times after the final compliance date.

Effective: 2/16/2017
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 11/29/2016 and 11/29/2021
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 3704.03(E)
Rule Amplifies: 3704.03(A), 3704.03(E)
Prior Effective Dates: 12/28/79, 10/1/82, 12/15/82, 11/1/84, 5/11/87, 6/15/89, 10/31/91, 12/31/00, 1/23/06, 4/18/09, 2/17/11, 8/26/11, 10/23/15