CAA Program Delegation Status for New Mexico — Other Rules

SubpartDescriptionNMED5ABCAQCB6Non-Delegable Authorities
AllGeneral Compliance Provisions for Highway, Stationary, and Nonroad ProgramsNoNo

Part 1068 - Engines for Sources with Referenced NSPS JJJJ and NESHAP ZZZZ Requirements

Technical Resource - Chuck Moulis, US EPA National Vehicle and Fuel Emissions Laboratory/OAR

BNational VOC Emission Standards for Auto Body Refinish Coatings (Area Sources)NoNo

Part 59 - Section 183(e) VOC Rules

CNational VOC Emission Standards for Consumer ProductsNoNo

Part 59 - Section 183(e) VOC Rules

DNational VOC Emission Standards for Architectural & Industrial Maintenance (AIM) CoatingsNoNo

Part 59 - Section 183(e) VOC Rules

ENational VOC Emission Standards for Consumer and Commercial Products - Aerosol CoatingsNoNo

Part 59 - Section 183(e) VOC Rules

HHHFederal Plan for HMIWINoNo

Part 62 - Approval and Promulgation of State Plans for Designated Facilities & Pollutants.

See NSPS Subpart Ec and also Emission Guidelines Subpart Ce.

LLLFederal Plan Requirements for Sewage Sludge Incineration Units Constructed on or Before October 14, 2010NoNo

LDEQ has submitted their request for delegation of the federal plan, but the federal plan is only proposed - a final plan is targeted for signature in late January 2016.

FChlorofluorocarbon Recycling and Emissions ReductionNoNo

Part 82 - Protection of Stratospheric Ozone - Statute does not allow for program to be delegated.

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