DEEP: Air Regulations

Air Regulations
 
 
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The DEEP‘s Regulations for the Abatement of Air Pollution are adopted pursuant to the requirements and authority in sections 4-168b and 22a-174 of the Connecticut General Statutes
 
 
 
DEEP Air Regulations
 
In the Abatement of Air Pollution Regulations, the references to the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), if not otherwise indicated in the regulations or Connecticut General Statutes, is read to mean the CFR as of the date the commissioner issued public notice of intent to adopt such regulatory provision.
 
Section Number
(All Files are PDF)
Title
 
Date of Last Revision
 
 
 
Definitions 4/15/14
Procedural requirements for new source review and Title V permitting
9/10/12
Permit to Construct and Operate Stationary Sources 
4/15/14
 
Exemptions from permitting for construction and operation of external combustion units, automotive refinishing operations, emergency engines, nonmetallic mineral processing equipment and surface coating operations  4/4/06
 
Limitations on potential to emit for external combustion units, emergency engines, automotive refinishing operations, nonmetallic mineral processing equipment and surface coating operations 2/1/10
Permit-by-rule for combined heat-and-power systems
6/27/13
 
 
Source monitoring, record keeping,  and reporting 4/1/04
Methods for sampling, emission testing, sample analysis and reporting 4/15/14
Air pollution emergency episode procedures  10/93
Air pollution control equipment and monitoring equipment operation 4/1/04
Compliance plans and schedules
9/10/12
Prohibition of air pollution 12/83
Public availability of information 12/83
Prohibition against concealment or circumvention 12/83
Violations and enforcement 12/83
Variances 12/83
Compliance with regulation no defense to nuisance claim 12/83
Severability 12/83
Responsibility to comply with applicable regulations 12/83
22a-174-17
(Repealed) 
Control of open burning 
Former Section
Repealed
9/10/12
Control of particulate matter and visible emissions 4/1/04
Control of sulfur compound emissions 4/15/14
Control of sulfur dioxide emissions from power plants and other large stationary sources of air pollution 4/15/14
Fuel Sulfur Content Limitations for Stationary Sources
4/15/14
 
Control of Organic Compound Emissions
3/7/14
Control of carbon monoxide emissions  12/83
Control of nitrogen oxides emissions 6/3/13
22a-174-22a
(Repealed)
The Nitrogen Oxides (NOx) Budget Program
 
Former Section
Repealed effective 9/4/07 with finalization of 22a-174-22c.
22a-174-22b
(Repealed)
 
The Post-2002 Nitrogen Oxides (NOx) Budget Program
Former Section
Repealed
May 1, 2010
The Clean Air Interstate Rule (CAIR) Nitrogen Oxides (NOx) Ozone Season Trading Program
9/4/07
 
 
Control of odors 4/4/06
Connecticut primary and secondary standards 4/15/14
22a-174-25
(Repealed)
Effective date 12/83
Fees
9/10/12
Emission standards and on-board diagnostic II test requirements for periodic motor vehicle inspection and maintenance 8/10/09
Oxygenated gasoline 4/15/14
Hazardous air pollutants 4/4/06
Dispensing of gasoline/Stage I and Stage II vapor recovery
5/10/04
Control of Carbon Dioxide Emissions/ Carbon Dioxide Budget Trading Program
12/9/13
Greenhouse Gas Emissions Offset Projects
7/23/08
Reasonably Available Control Technology (RACT) for organic compounds 4/6/10
Title V Sources 1/28/11
Low Emission Vehicles  12/4/04
Heavy Duty Diesel Engines 3/4/03
Low Emission Vehicles II Program 
8/1/2013
Low Emission Vehicles III Program
8/1/2013
Municipal Waste Combustors 7/7/08
Consumer Products
6/12/09
Architectural and Industrial Maintenance Coatings
7/26/07
Distributed Generators 1/1/05
22a-174-43
(Repealed) 
Portable Fuel Container Spillage Control
Former Section
Repealed
9/10/12
Adhesives and sealants
10/3/08
22a-174-100
(Repealed) 
Permits for construction of indirect sources
Former Section
Repealed
9/10/12
Deactivation of air pollution control systems or mechanisms from motor vehicles 12/83
 
 
Code of Federal Regulations
 
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The federal government promulgates federal regulations in the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR).  See GPO Access where you can retrieve the CFR by citation and year.  The delegation document identifies those CFR subparts that are enforceable by DEEP.  There are also federal regulations enforced by DEEP as indicated by the Connecticut General Statutes, such as Title 22a-174(c)(9) of the CGS.  The EPA may enforce the air regulations incorporated into the SIP that are identified in Title 40 Code of Federal Regulations Part 52 Subpart H.

 
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Content Last Updated on April 16, 2014