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Air Quality Division Delegations
The United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) has delegated certain federal standards to the Air Quality Division (AQD). For those standards, the AQD is the agency of receipt for notifications, reports, and other compliance related requirements. The USEPA does not delegate certain responsibilities to states, such as major testing changes.
Maximum Achievable Control Technology (MACT) Delegation Letters
Area Source MACT Delegations
Michigan has received full delegation of certain MACT standards. Sources that are subject to these standards must report information to the appropriate AQD District Office and, if indicated in the standard, to the USEPA. Information on required source reporting can be found on the AQD Renewable Operating Permit (ROP) web page. Sources that are subject to some of these standards are subject to an annual facility charge as described in the AQD Fee Calculation web page.
Below is a chart of the current area source MACT standards delegated to Michigan including information on fee applicability.
|Area Source MACT Short Title||40 CFR
|AQD Rule||AQD Fee
|Aluminum, Copper, and Other Nonferrous Foundries||ZZZZZZ||5/6/2014||R 336.1950||F|
|Carbon Black Production||MMMMMM||7/9/2015||R 336.1957||None|
|Chemical Manufacturing||VVVVVV||7/9/2015||R 336.1960||F|
|Chemical Manufacturing: Chromium Compounds||NNNNNN||7/9/2015||R 336.1958||None|
|Dry Cleaning Facilities||M||1/22/1999||R 336.1619||F|
|Electric Arc Furnace Steelmaking Facilities||YYYYY||5/6/2014||R 336.1948||None|
|Glass Manufacturing||SSSSSS||7/19/2019||R 336.1959||None|
|Halogenated Solvent Cleaning||T||1/22/1999||R 336.1651||F|
|Hard and Decorative Chromium Electroplating and Anodizing Tanks||N||7/9/2015||R 336.1941||F|
|Hazardous Waste Combustors||EEE||7/9/2015||R 336.1952||None|
|Iron and Steel Foundries||ZZZZZ||5/6/2014||R 336.1949||F|
|Mercury Cell Chlor-Alkali Plants||IIIII||7/9/2015||R 336.1953||None|
|Portland Cement Manufacturing||LLL||7/9/2015||R 336.1944||None|
|Primary Copper Smelting||EEEEEE||7/9/2015||R 336.1954||None|
|Primary Nonferrous Metals||GGGGGG||7/9/2015||R 336.1956||F|
|Publicly Owned Treatment Works||VVV||5/6/2014||R 336.1945||None|
|Secondary Aluminum Production||RRR||5/6/2014||R 336.1946||F|
|Secondary Copper Smelting||FFFFFF||7/9/2015||R 336.1955||None|
|Secondary Lead Smelting||X||7/9/2015||R 336.1951||None|
|Sterilization Facilities||O||5/6/2014||R 336.1940||F|
|Vegetable Oil Production||GGGGG||5/6/2014||R 336.1947||None|