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DAQ Home > 2011 SIP Proposal > Long Term Strategy

Table 2:Comparison of Regional Haze Long Term Strategy Source Sector Requirements for SIP Path Options

 

A. 308 Utah Stand-Alone SIP
B.  308 Utah SIP in Regional Partnership (WRAP)
C.  309 GCVTC SIP
D.  309 GCVTC SIP W/All CLASS I Areas Addressed in 2003
 
Wildlands Prescribe Burning Program

Long Term Strategy development must consider smoke mgt techniques for agricultural management purposes.

308(d)(3)(v)(E)

Long Term Strategy development must consider smoke mgt techniques for agricultural management purposes.

308(d)(3)(v)(E)

2003:  Long Term Strategy must include:

Documentation that programs include visibility impairment in planning.

Inventory and Tracking system.

Address administrative barriers to options for burning.

Enhanced Smoke Management Program.

Annual Emission Goals in Planning.

309(d)(6)

2008:  Add consideration for other Class I areas under 308(d)(3)(iv)(E), considering that programs already in place from above may be adequate.

2003:  Long Term Strategy must include:

Documentation that programs include visibility impairment in planning.

Inventory and Tracking system.

Address administrative barriers to options for burning.

Enhanced Smoke Management Program.

Annual Emission Goals in Planning.

309(d)(6)

Also 2003:  Add consideration for other Class I areas under 308(d)(3)(iv)(E), considering that programs already in place from above may be adequate.

Agricultural Source Sector: Prescribed Burning
Same as Wildland Prescribed Fire Programs above. Same as Wildland Prescribed Fire Programs above. Same as Wildland Prescribed Fire Programs above. Same as Wildland Prescribed Fire Programs above.
Agricultural Source Sector: Paved/Unpaved Roads

Long Term Strategy may require assessment of control options if impacts are determined to be significant, and a determination of whether controls are needed to make reasonable progress.

308(d)(3)(iv)

Long Term Strategy may require assessment of control options if impacts are determined to be significant, and a determination of whether controls are needed to make reasonable progress.

308(d)(3)(iv)

2003:  Depends on road dust findings and recommendations from WRAP.

309(d)(7)

2008:  For other Class I areas, Long Term Strategy may require assessment of control options if impacts are determined to be significant, and a determination of whether controls are needed to make reasonable progress.

308(d)(3)(iv)

2003:  Depends on road dust findings and recommendations from WRAP.

309(d)(7)

Also 2003:  For other Class I areas, Long Term Strategy may require assessment of control options if impacts are determined to be significant, and a determination of whether controls are needed to make reasonable progress.

308(d)(3)(iv)

Agricultural Source Sector: General Farming and Tilling

Long Term Strategy may require assessment of control options if impacts are determined to be significant, and a determination of whether controls are needed to make reasonable progress.

308(d)(3)(iv)

Long Term Strategy may require assessment of control options if impacts are determined to be significant, and a determination of whether controls are needed to make reasonable progress.

308(d)(3)(iv)

2003: No specific requirement, unless covered under a strategy for sources in or near the Class I area per the GCVTC report.

309(d)(9)

2008: For other Class I areas, Long Term strategy may require assessment of control options if impacts are determined to be significant, and a determination of whether controls are needed to make reasonable progress.

309(d)(3)(iv)

2003: No specific requirement, unless covered under a strategy for sources in or near the Class I area per the GCVTC report.

309(d)(9)

Also 2003: For other Class I areas, Long Term strategy may require assessment of control options if impacts are determined to be significant, and a determination of whether controls are needed to make reasonable progress.

309(d)(3)(iv)

Construction Source Sector

Long Term Strategy must consider measures to mitigate the impact of construction activities and a determination of whether controls are needed to make reasonable progress.

308(d)(3)(v)(B)

Long Term Strategy must consider measures to mitigate the impact of construction activities and a determination of whether controls are needed to make reasonable progress.

308(d)(3)(v)(B)

2003: No specific requirement, unless covered under a strategy for sources in or near Class I areas per GCVTC report.

309(d)(9)

2008: Long Term Strategy must consider measures to mitigate the impact of construction activities and a determination of whether controls are needed to make reasonable progress.

308(d)(3)(v)(B)

2003: No specific requirement, unless covered under a strategy for sources in or near Class I areas per GCVTC report.

309(d)(9)

Also 2003: Long Term Strategy must consider measures to mitigate the impact of construction activities and a determination of whether controls are needed to make reasonable progress.

308(d)(3)(v)(B)

Stationary Sources: Sulfur Dioxide (SO 2)

Long Term Strategy requires assessment of control options and BART

308(d) and 308(e)

Long Term Strategy requires assessment of control options and BART

308(d) and 308(e)

2003: Establishment of voluntary emission reduction milestones and emission monitoring and tracking program coupled with backstop market trading program if emission reduction milestones are not achieved.  Demonstration that progress is greater than BART.

309(d)(4)

2008: Long Term strategy requires assessment of control options and BART or demonstration that the 2003 program makes reasonable progress at the Other Class I areas.

308(d)(4) and 308(e)

2003: Establishment of voluntary emission reduction milestones and emission monitoring and tracking program coupled with backstop market trading program if emission reduction milestones are not achieved.  Demonstration that progress is greater than BART.

309(d)(4)

Also 2003: Long Term strategy requires assessment of control options and BART or demonstration that the 2003 program makes reasonable progress at the Other Class I areas.

308(d)(4) and 308(e)

Stationary Sources: Oxides of Nitrogen (NO X) and Particulate Matter (PM)

Long Term Strategy requires assessment of control options and BART

308(d) and 308(e)

Long Term Strategy requires assessment of control options and BART

308(d) and 308(e)

2003:  Report assessing strategies for managing emissions of NO x and PM.

309(d)(4)(v)

2008:  Implement measures to address sources for GCVTC Class I areas.

2008:  Long Term Strategy requires assessment of control option and BART or demonstration that the 2003 program makes reasonable progress at the other Class I areas.

308(d)(4) and 308(e)

2003:  Report assessing strategies for managing emissions of NO x and PM.

309(d)(4)(v)

2008:  Implement measures to address sources for GCVTC Class I areas.

2008:  Long Term Strategy requires assessment of control option and BART or demonstration that the 2003 program makes reasonable progress at the other Class I areas.

308(d)(4) and 308(e)

Mobile Sources
(Note:  New Tier II standards probably represent “reasonable progress” for all of these options.)

Long Term Strategy may require assessment of control options if impacts are determined to be significant, and a determination of whether controls are needed to make reasonable progress.

308(d)(3)(iv)

Projected changes in mobile source emissions over the planning period is required.

308(d)(3)(v)(G)

Long Term Strategy may require assessment of control options if impacts are determined to be significant, and a determination of whether controls are needed to make reasonable progress.

308(d)(3)(iv)

Projected changes in mobile source emissions over the planning period is required.

308(d)(3)(v)(G)

2003: Comprehensive monitoring and tracking required.  Must establish backstop program if emissions increase after declining.

309(d)(3)

2008: For Other Class I areas, Long Term Strategy may require assessment of control options if impacts are determined to be significant, and a determination of whether controls are needed to make reasonable progress.

308(d)(3)(iv)

Projected changes in mobile source emissions over the planning period is required.

308(d)(3)(v)(G)

2003: Comprehensive monitoring and tracking required.  Must establish backstop program if emissions increase after declining.

309(d)(3)

Also 2003: For Other Class I areas, Long Term Strategy may require assessment of control options if impacts are determined to be significant, and a determination of whether controls are needed to make reasonable progress.

308(d)(3)(iv)

Projected changes in mobile source emissions over the planning period is required.

308(d)(3)(v)(G)

Area Sources: General

Long Term Strategy may require assessment of control options if impacts are determined to be significant, and a determination of whether controls are needed to make reasonable progress.

308(d)(3)(iv)

Long Term Strategy may require assessment of control options if impacts are determined to be significant, and a determination of whether controls are needed to make reasonable progress.

308(d)(3)(iv)

2003: No specific requirement, unless covered under a strategy for sources in or near the Class I area per GCVTC Report.

309(d)(9)

2008: For Other Class I areas, Long Term Strategy may require assessment of control options if impacts are determined to be significant, and a determination of whether controls are needed to make reasonable progress.

308(d)(3)(iv)

2003: No specific requirement, unless covered under a strategy for sources in or near the Class I area per GCVTC Report.

309(d)(9)

2008: For Other Class I areas, Long Term Strategy may require assessment of control options if impacts are determined to be significant, and a determination of whether controls are needed to make reasonable progress.

308(d)(3)(iv)

Pollution Prevention Programs and Renewable Energy Goals
Not specifically required. Not specifically required.

2003: Assessment and report on Pollution Prevention Programs, and renewable energy opportunities and goals.

309(d)(8)

2008: For Other Class I areas, no additional requirements.  For GCVTC Class I areas, update of report due in 2008, 2013, and 2018.

309(d)(8)

2003: Assessment and report on Pollution Prevention Programs, and renewable energy opportunities and goals.

309(d)(8)

2008: For Other Class I areas, no additional requirements.  For GCVTC Class I areas, update of report due in 2008, 2013, and 2018.

309(d)(8)

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