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[47 Pa.B. 1776]
[Saturday, March 25, 2017]

THE CLEAN STREAMS LAW AND THE FEDERAL CLEAN WATER ACT

APPLICATIONS FOR NATIONAL POLLUTANT DISCHARGE ELIMINATION SYSTEM (NPDES) PERMITS AND WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT (WQM) PERMITS

 This notice provides information about persons who have applied for a new, amended or renewed NPDES or WQM permit, a permit waiver for certain stormwater discharges or submitted a Notice of Intent (NOI) for coverage under a General Permit. The applications concern, but are not limited to, discharges regarding industrial, animal or sewage waste, discharges to groundwater, discharges associated with municipal separate storm sewer systems (MS4), stormwater associated with construction activities or concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFO). This notice is provided in accordance with 25 Pa. Code Chapters 91 and 92a and 40 CFR Part 122, implementing The Clean Streams Law (35 P. S. §§ 691.1—691.1001) and the Federal Clean Water Act (33 U.S.C.A. §§ 1251—1376).

Location Permit Authority Application Type or Category
Section I NPDES Renewals
Section II NPDES New or Amendment
Section III WQM Industrial, Sewage or Animal Waste; Discharge into Groundwater
Section IV NPDES MS4 Individual Permit
Section V NPDES MS4 Permit Waiver
Section VI NPDES Individual Permit Stormwater Construction
Section VII NPDES NOI for Coverage under NPDES General Permits

 For NPDES renewal applications in Section I, the Department of Environmental Protection (Department) has made a tentative determination to reissue these permits for 5 years subject to effluent limitations and monitoring and reporting requirements in their current permits, with appropriate and necessary updated requirements to reflect new and changed regulations and other requirements.

 For applications for new NPDES permits and renewal applications with major changes in Section II, as well as applications for MS4 Individual Permits and Individual Stormwater Construction Permits in Sections IV and VI, the Department, based upon preliminary reviews, has made tentative determinations of proposed effluent limitations and other terms and conditions for the permit applications. In accordance with 25 Pa. Code § 92a.32(d), the proposed discharge of stormwater associated with construction activities will be managed in accordance with the requirements of 25 Pa. Code Chapter 102. These determinations are published as proposed actions for comments prior to taking final actions.

 Unless indicated otherwise, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Region III Administrator has waived the right to review or object to proposed NPDES permit actions under the waiver provision in 40 CFR 123.24(d).

 Persons wishing to comment on NPDES applications are invited to submit statements to the contact office noted before the application within 30 days from the date of this public notice. Persons wishing to comment on WQM permit applications are invited to submit statements to the office noted before the application within 15 days from the date of this public notice. Comments received within the respective comment periods will be considered in the final determinations regarding the applications. A comment submittal should include the name, address and telephone number of the writer and a concise statement to inform the Department of the exact basis of a comment and the relevant facts upon which it is based.

 The Department will also accept requests for public hearings on applications. A public hearing may be held if the responsible office considers the public response significant. If a hearing is scheduled, a notice of the hearing will be published in the Pennsylvania Bulletin and a newspaper of general circulation within the relevant geographical area. The Department will postpone its final determination until after a public hearing is held.

 Persons with a disability who require an auxiliary aid, service, including TDD users, or other accommodations to seek additional information should contact the Department through the Pennsylvania AT&T Relay Service at (800) 654-5984.


I. NPDES Renewal Applications

Southwest Regional Office: Regional Clean Water Program Manager, 400 Waterfront Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15222-4745. Phone: 412.442.4000.

NPDES No.
(Type)
Facility Name & Address County & Municipality Stream Name
(Watershed No.)
EPA Waived Y/N?
PA0093882
(Industrial)
West Mifflin Garage
345 Sixth Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15222-2527
Allegheny County
West Mifflin Borough
Unnamed Tributaries of Thompson Run & Streets Run
(19-A)
No

 Draft NPDES permit PA0093882 was issued on July 12, 2016, for stormwater discharges to an Unnamed Tributary of Thompson Run and an Unnamed Tributary of Streets Run. Public comments submitted during the 30-day comment period revealed that TMDL limits for total iron were not appropriate at Outfall 002 because the applicable TMDLs do not require reductions of instream iron concentrations within the affected stream segment. Accordingly, the Department has reverted to the previously imposed total iron limitations at Outfall 002. All other proposed effluent limitations have remained the same as published in the Draft Permit.

 The Total Iron effluent limits at Outfall 002 are shown below.

Previously Proposed
Limits (mg/L)
Currently Proposed
Limits (mg/L)
Parameters Average
Monthly
Daily
Maximum
Average
Monthly
Daily
Maximum
Iron, Total 1.5 3.0 3.5 7.0

 Southcentral Region: Clean Water Program Manager, 909 Elmerton Avenue, Harrisburg, PA 17110. Phone: 717-705-4707.
NPDES No.
(Type)
Facility Name & Address County & Municipality Stream Name
(Watershed #)
EPA Waived Y/N?
PA0247898—
SEW
Commerce Commons Dev
David L. Fite Realty Ltd.
103 Fite Wate, Suite D
Quarryville, PA 17566
Lancaster/
East Drumore Township
South Fork Big Beaver Creek/7K Y
PA0087190—
SEW
St. Thomas Township Munic Authority
175 St. Thomas Edenville Road
St. Thomas, PA 17252
Franklin/
St. Thomas Township
Wilson Run/WWF Y
PA0082015—
SEW
Meadows Sewer Company
Country Manor West MHP
PO Box 604
Exton, PA 19341
Cumberland/
Middlesex Township
Conodoguinet Creek/WWF Y
PA0027596—
IW
New Enterprise Stone & Lime Company, Inc.
PO Box 77
New Enterprise, PA 16664
Blair/Taylor Township Halter Creek/WWF Y

II. Applications for New or Expanded Facility Permits, Renewal of Major Permits and EPA Non-Waived Permit Applications

Southwest Regional Office: Regional Clean Water Program Manager, 400 Waterfront Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15222-4745. Phone: 412.442.4000.

PA0098558, Sewage, SIC Code 7033, Fox Den Acres Enterprises Inc., 390 Wilson Fox Road, New Stanton, PA 15672. Facility Name: Fox Den Acres Campground STP. This existing facility is located in Hempfield Township, Westmoreland County.

 Description of Existing Activity: The application is for a renewal of an NPDES permit for an existing discharge of treated Sewage.

 The receiving stream(s), Unnamed Tributary to Sewickley Creek, is located in State Water Plan watershed 19-D and is classified for Warm Water Fishes, aquatic life, water supply and recreation. The discharge is not expected to affect public water supplies.

 The proposed effluent limits for Outfall 001 are based on a design flow of 0.049 MGD.—Limits.

Mass Units (lbs/day) Concentrations (mg/L)
Parameters Average
Monthly
Average
Weekly
Minimum Average
Monthly
Maximum Instant.
Maximum
Flow (MGD)
 Jan 1 - Apr 30 0.049 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX
pH (S.U.)
 Jan 1 - Apr 30 XXX XXX 6.0 XXX 9.0 XXX
Dissolved Oxygen
 Jan 1 - Apr 30 XXX XXX 4.0 XXX XXX XXX
Carbonaceous Biochemical  Oxygen Demand (CBOD5)
 Jan 1 - Apr 30 XXX XXX XXX 25.0 XXX 50.0
Total Suspended Solids
 Jan 1 - Apr 30 XXX XXX XXX 30.0 XXX 60.0
Ammonia-Nitrogen
 Jan 1 - Apr 30 XXX XXX XXX 7.0 XXX 14.0

 The proposed effluent limits for Outfall 001 are based on a design flow of 0.049 MGD.—Limits.

Mass Units (lbs/day) Concentrations (mg/L)
Parameters Average
Monthly
Average
Weekly
Minimum Average
Monthly
Maximum Instant.
Maximum
Total Nitrogen XXX XXX XXX Report
Daily Max
XXX XXX
Total Phosphorus XXX XXX XXX Report
Daily Max
XXX XXX

 The proposed effluent limits for Outfall 002 are based on a design flow of 0.049 MGD.—Limits.

Mass Units (lbs/day) Concentrations (mg/L)
Parameters Average
Monthly
Average
Weekly
Minimum Average
Monthly
Daily
Maximum
Instant.
Maximum
Flow (MGD)
 Jan 1 - Apr 30 0.049 XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX
pH (S.U.)
 Jan 1 - Apr 30 XXX XXX 6.0 XXX 9.0
Max
XXX
Dissolved Oxygen
 Jan 1 - Apr 30 XXX XXX 4.0 XXX XXX XXX
Carbonaceous Biochemical  Oxygen Demand (CBOD5)
 Jan 1 - Apr 30 XXX XXX XXX 25.0 XXX 50.0
Total Suspended Solids
 Jan 1 - Apr 30 XXX XXX XXX 30.0 XXX 60.0
Ammonia-Nitrogen
 Jan 1 - Apr 30 XXX XXX XXX 7.0 14.0 XXX

 The EPA Waiver is in effect.


 Northeast Regional Office: Regional Clean Water Program Manager, 2 Public Square, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18701-1915, Telephone: 570.826.2511.

PA0046272, Sewage, SIC Code 4952, Porter-Tower Joint Municipal Authority, 860 West Grand Avenue, Tower City, PA 17980. Facility Name: Porter-Tower WWTP. This existing facility is located in Porter Township, Schuylkill County.

 Description of Existing Activity: The application is for a renewal of an NPDES permit for an existing discharge of treated sewage.

 The receiving stream, Wiconisco Creek, is located in State Water Plan watershed 06C and is classified for Warm Water Fishes, Migratory Fishes. The discharge is not expected to affect public water supplies.

 The proposed effluent limits for Outfall 001 are based on a design flow of 0.722 MGD.

Effluent Limitations
Mass Units (lbs/day) (1) Concentrations (mg/L)
Parameter Average
Monthly
Weekly
Average
Minimum Average
Monthly
Weekly
Average
Instant.
Maximum
Flow (MGD) Report Report
Daily Max
XXX XXX XXX XXX
pH (S.U.) XXX XXX 6.0 XXX XXX 9.0
Carbonaceous Biochemical  Oxygen Demand (CBOD5) 150 241 XXX   25 40 50
Biochemical Oxygen Demand  (BOD5)
 Influent Report Report XXX Report Report XXX
Total Suspended Solids
 Influent Report Report XXX Report Report XXX
Total Suspended Solids 181 271 XXX   30 45 60
Fecal Coliform (CFU/100 ml)
 Oct 1 - Apr 30 XXX XXX XXX 2,000
Geo Mean
XXX 10,000
 May 1 - Sep 30 XXX XXX XXX  200
Geo Mean
XXX 1,000
Total Residual Chlorine XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 1.6
Aluminum, Total XXX XXX XXX Report
Avg Qrtly
XXX XXX
Iron, Dissolved XXX XXX XXX Report
Avg Qrtly
XXX XXX
Iron, Total XXX XXX XXX Report
Avg Qrtly
XXX XXX
Manganese, Total XXX XXX XXX Report
Avg Qrtly
XXX XXX

 The proposed monitoring requirements and, where appropriate, effluent limits for implementation of the Chesapeake Bay Tributary Strategy are as follows for Outfall 001.

Effluent Limitations
Mass Units (lbs/day) (1) Concentrations (mg/L)
Parameter Monthly Annual Minimum Monthly
Average
Maximum
Ammonia—N Report Report XXX Report XXX
Kjeldahl—N Report XXX XXX Report XXX
Nitrite-Nitrate as N Report XXX XXX Report XXX
Total Nitrogen Report Report XXX Report XXX
Total Phosphorus Report Report XXX Report XXX
Net Total Nitrogen Report 7,854 XXX XXX XXX
Net Total Phosphorus Report 1,047 XXX XXX XXX

 * This permit contains conditions which authorize the permittee to apply nutrient reduction credits to meet the Net Total Nitrogen and the Net Total Phosphorus effluent mass limits, under the Department's Chapter 96 regulations. The condition includes the requirement to report the application of these credits in Supplemental Discharge Monitoring Reports (DMRs) submitted to the Department.

 In addition, the permit contains the following major special conditions:

 • Chesapeake Bay Nutrient Requirements

 You may make an appointment to review the DEP files on this case by calling the File Review Coordinator at 570.826.5472.

 The EPA Waiver is not in effect.


 Southcentral Region: Clean Water Program Manager, 909 Elmerton Avenue, Harrisburg, PA 17110. Phone: 717-705-4707.

PA0038385, Sewage, SIC Code 4225, DLA Installation Support @ Susquehanna, DS-FS 5750 3rd Street Building 750, New Cumberland, PA 17070-5076. Facility Name: Defense Distribution Center, Susquehanna. This existing facility is located in Fairview Township, York County.

 Description of Existing Activity: The application is for a renewal of an NPDES permit for an existing discharge of treated Sewage.

 The receiving stream(s), Susquehanna River, is located in State Water Plan watershed 7-C and is classified for Warm Water Fishes, aquatic life, water supply and recreation. The discharge is not expected to affect public water supplies.

 The proposed effluent limits for Outfall 001 are based on a design flow of 0.2 MGD.—Limits.

Mass Units (lbs/day) Concentrations (mg/L)
Parameters Average
Monthly
Average
Weekly
Minimum Average
Monthly
Maximum Instant.
Maximum
Flow (MGD) Report Report
Daily Max
XXX XXX XXX XXX
pH (S.U.) XXX XXX 6.0 XXX 9.0 XXX
Dissolved Oxygen XXX XXX 5.0 XXX XXX XXX
Ultraviolet light intensity (%) XXX XXX Report XXX XXX XXX
CBOD5 XXX XXX XXX 25.0 XXX 50
Total Suspended Solids XXX XXX XXX 30.0 XXX 60
Fecal Coliform (CFU/100 ml)
 May 1 - Sep 30 XXX XXX XXX 200   
Geo Mean
XXX 1,000
 Oct 1 - Apr 30 XXX XXX XXX 2,000    
Geo Mean
XXX 10,000
Ammonia-Nitrogen XXX XXX XXX Report XXX XXX
Total Phosphorus XXX XXX XXX 2.0 XXX 4.0

 The proposed monitoring requirements and, where appropriate, effluent limits for implementation of the Chesapeake Bay Tributary Strategy are as follows for Outfall 001.—Limits.

Mass Units (lbs/day) Concentrations (mg/L)
Parameters Monthly Annual Monthly Monthly
Average
Maximum Instant.
Maximum
Ammonia—N Report Report XXX Report XXX XXX
Kjeldahl—N Report XXX XXX Report XXX XXX
Nitrate-Nitrite as N Report XXX XXX Report XXX XXX
Total Nitrogen Report Report XXX Report XXX XXX
Total Phosphorus Report Report XXX Report XXX XXX
Net Total Nitrogen3 Report 9,132 XXX XXX XXX XXX
Net Total Phosphorus3 Report 1,218 XXX XXX XXX XXX

 * This permit contains conditions which authorize the permittee to apply nutrient reduction credits to meet the Net Total Nitrogen and the Net Total Phosphorus effluent mass limits, under the Department's Chapter 96 regulations. The condition includes the requirement to report the application of these credits in Supplemental Discharge Monitoring Reports (DMRs) submitted to the Department.

 You may make an appointment to review the DEP files on this case by calling the File Review Coordinator at 717-705-4732.

 The EPA Waiver is not in effect.


III. WQM Industrial Waste and Sewerage Applications under The Clean Streams Law

Southwest Regional Office: Regional Clean Water Program Manager, 400 Waterfront Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15222-4745. Phone: 412.442.4000.

WQM Permit No. 1116406 A-1, Sewage, Southmont Borough, 148 Wonder Street, Johnstown, PA 15905.

 This proposed facility is located in Southmont Borough, Cambria County.

 Description of Proposed Action/Activity: Proposed construction of sanitary sewer rehabilitation project to replace existing defective sewers in the Phase 2 Area of Southmont Borough.

 The Pennsylvania Infrastructure Investment Authority (PENNVEST) which administers Pennsylvania's State Revolving Fund has been identified as a potential funding source.

Southcentral Region: Clean Water Program Manager, 909 Elmerton Avenue, Harrisburg, PA 17110. Phone: 717-705-4707.

WQM Permit No. 4417201, CAFO, Ronald and Timothy Goss, 123 Decatur Road, McClure, PA 17841.

 This proposed facility is located in Decatur Township, Mifflin County.

 Description of Proposed Action/Activity: Seeking approval for construction of swine barn.


VI. NPDES Individual Permit Applications for Discharges of Stormwater Associated with Construction Activities

Southeast Region: Waterways & Wetlands Program Manager, 2 East Main Street, Norristown, PA 19401. Telephone 484-250-5160.

NPDES
Permit No.
Applicant Name & Address County Municipality Receiving
Water/Use
PAD150003 Terry O'Neill
425 Rock Raymond Road
Downingtown, PA 19335
Chester East Brandywine Township East Branch Brandywine Creek
HQ-TSF-MF

Northeast Region: Waterways and Wetlands Program Manager, 2 Public Square, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18701-1915.

Lehigh County Conservation District, Lehigh Ag Center, Suite 102, 4184 Dorney Park Rd., Allentown, PA 18104.

NPDES
Permit No.
Applicant Name & Address County Municipality Receiving
Water/Use
PAD390023 Mack Trucks, Inc.
3350 Gehman Road
Macungie, PA 18062
Lehigh Lower Macungie Township Swabia Creek
(HQ-CWF, MF)

Southcentral Region: Waterways & Wetlands Program, 909 Elmerton Avenue, Harrisburg, PA 17110-8200, Nathan Crawford, Section Chief, 717.705.4802.

Permit # Applicant Name & Address County Municipality Receiving
Water/Use
PAI036716004 Hedgeford, LLC
227 Granite Run Drive
Suite 100
Lancaster, PA 17601
York County Windsor Township Kreutz Creek
(WWF)

STATE CONSERVATION COMMISSION

PROPOSED NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT PLANS RELATED TO APPLICATIONS FOR NPDES PERMITS FOR CAFOs

 This notice provides information about agricultural operations that have submitted nutrient management plans (NMPs) for approval under 3 Pa.C.S. Chapter 5 and that have or anticipate submitting applications for new, amended or renewed NPDES permits, or Notices of Intent (NOIs) for coverage under a general permit, for CAFOs, under 25 Pa. Code Chapter 92a. This notice is provided in accordance with 25 Pa. Code Chapter 92a and 40 CFR Part 122, implementing The Clean Streams Law and the Federal Clean Water Act.

 Based upon preliminary reviews, the State Conservation Commission (SCC) or County Conservation Districts (CCD) working under a delegation agreement with the SCC have completed an administrative review of NMPs described. These NMPs are published as proposed plans for comment prior to taking final actions. The NMPs are available for review at the CCD office for the county where the agricultural operation is located. A list of CCD office locations is available at http://www.nacdnet.org/about/districts/directory/pa.phtml or can be obtained from the SCC at the office address listed or by calling (717) 787-8821.

 Persons wishing to comment on an NMP are invited to submit a statement outlining their comments on the plan to the CCD, with a copy to the SCC for each NMP, within 30 days from the date of this public notice. Comments received within the respective comment periods will be considered in the final determinations regarding the NMPs. Comments should include the name, address and telephone number of the writer and a concise statement to inform the SCC of the exact basis of the comments and the relevant facts upon which they are based. Comments should be sent to the SCC, Agriculture Building, Room 310, 2301 North Cameron Street, Harrisburg, PA 17110.

 Persons with a disability who require an auxiliary aid, service, including TDD users or other accommodations to seek additional information should contact the SCC through the Pennsylvania AT&T Relay Service at (800) 654-5984.

CAFO NMP

Public Notice Spreadsheet—Applications (Submission)

Agricultural Operation
(Name and Address)
CountyTotal
Acres
Animal Equivalent Units (AEUs)Animal
Type
Special Protection Waters (HQ or EV or NA) New or
Renewal
Blue Springs Farm, LLC
Somerset 6.4 684.89 Swine None New
Goss Family Farms
123 Decatur Rd.
McClure, PA 17841
Mifflin 316 1,197.74
69
Finisher
Swine
Beef
NA renewal
Dream Farms
13689 Dream Highway
Newburg, PA 17240
Franklin 250 2,295.0 Heifers NA Renewal

WATER ALLOCATIONS


Applications received under the act of June 24, 1939 (P.L. 842, No. 365) (35 P.S. §§ 631—641) relating to the Acquisition of Rights to Divert Waters of the Commonwealth

Northwest Region: Safe Drinking Water Program Manager, 230 Chestnut Street, Meadville, PA 16335-3481.

WA 25-63D, Water Allocations. Erie City Water Authority, 240 West 12th Street, Erie, PA 16501, Millcreek Township, Erie County. Water Allocation Permit application requesting a modification to the existing water allocation permit to allow for the inclusion of Millcreek Township in the existing water distribution system. The permitted amount of 62.0 MGD from Lake Erie will remain the same.

WA 37-155A, Water Allocations. Pennsylvania American Water Company, 2736 Ellwood Road, New Castle, PA 16101, Shenango Township, Lawrence County. Water Allocation Permit application requesting a modification to the existing water allocation permit to allow for the inclusion of additional portions of Shenango Township in the existing water distribution system. The permitted amount of 10.0 MGD from the Shenango River will remain the same.

LAND RECYCLING AND ENVIRONMENTAL REMEDIATION

UNDER ACT 2, 1995
PREAMBLE 1


Acknowledgment of Notices of Intent to Remediate Submitted under the Land Recycling and Environmental Remediation Standards Act (35 P.S. §§ 6026.101—6026.907)

 Sections 302—305 of the Land Recycling and Environmental Remediation Standards Act (act) (35 P.S. §§ 6026.302—6026.305) require the Department to publish in the Pennsylvania Bulletin an acknowledgment noting receipt of Notices of Intent to Remediate. An acknowledgment of the receipt of a Notice of Intent to Remediate is used to identify a site where a person proposes to, or has been required to, respond to a release of a regulated substance at a site. A person intending to use the background standard, Statewide health standard, the site-specific standard or intend to remediate a site as a special industrial area shall file a Notice of Intent to Remediate with the Department. A Notice of Intent to Remediate filed with the Department provides a brief description of the location of the site, a list of known or suspected contaminants at the site, the proposed remediation measures for the site and a description of the intended future use of the site. A person who demonstrates attainment of one or a combination of cleanup standards or receives approval of a special industrial area remediation identified under the act will be relieved of further liability for the remediation of the site for contamination identified in reports submitted to and approved by the Department. Furthermore, the person shall not be subject to citizen suits or other contribution actions brought by responsible persons not participating in the remediation.

 Under sections 304(n)(1)(ii) and 305(c)(2) of the act, there is a 30-day public and municipal comment period for sites proposed for remediation using a site-specific standard, in whole or in part, and for sites remediated as a special industrial area. This period begins when a summary of the Notice of Intent to Remediate is published in a newspaper of general circulation in the area of the site. For the following site, proposed for remediation to a site-specific standard or as a special industrial area, the municipality, within which the site is located, may request to be involved in the development of the remediation and reuse plans for the site if the request is made within 30 days of the date specified as follows. During this comment period, the municipality may request that the person identified as the remediator of the site develop and implement a public involvement plan. Requests to be involved and comments should be directed to the remediator of the site.

 For further information concerning the content of a Notice of Intent to Remediate, contact the environmental cleanup program manager in the Department regional office listed before the notice. If information concerning this acknowledgment is required in an alternative form, contact the community relations coordinator at the appropriate regional office. TDD users may telephone the Department through the Pennsylvania AT&T Relay Service at (800) 654-5984.

 The Department has received the following Notices of Intent to Remediate:

Southcentral Region: Environmental Cleanup and Brownfields Program Manager, 909 Elmerton Avenue, Harrisburg, PA 17110. Phone 717.705.4705.

35 Erick Road, 35 Erick Road, Lancaster, PA 17601, City of Lancaster, Lancaster County. Liberty Environmental, 50 North 5th Street, 5th Floor, Reading, PA 19601, on behalf of 35 Erick Road, LLC, 2450 Marietta Avenue, Lancaster, PA 17601, submitted a Notice of Intent to Remediate site soil contaminated with inorganics and SVOCs from historic fill. The site will be remediated to the Non-Residential Statewide Health and Site Specific Standards and remain nonresidential. The Notice of Intent to Remediate was published in the LNP on February 22, 2017.

Myrle Aument Property, 1197 Pennsy Road, Pequea, PA 17565, Martic Township, Lancaster County. Reliance Environmental, Inc., 235 North Duke Street, Lan-caster, PA 17602, on behalf of Myrle Aument, 1197 Pennsy Road, Pequea, PA 17565, submitted a Notice of Intent to Remediate site soil contaminated with No. 2 fuel oil. The site will be remediated to the Residential Statewide Health Standard and remain residential. The Notice of Intent to Remediate was published in the LNP on March 7, 2017.

Southeast Regional Office: Regional Manager, Environmental Cleanup and Brownfields, 2 East Main Street, Norristown, PA 19401, Telephone 484.250.5960. Charline Bass.

5400 Tulip Street, 5400 Tulip Street, City of Philadelphia, Philadelphia County. Richard S. Werner, PG, Environmental Inc., 2002 Renaissance Blvd, Suite 110, King of Prussia, PA 19406 on behalf of Joe DePascale, Philadelphia-Harbison, LP, 166 Nassau Street, Princeton, NJ 08542 has submitted a Notice of Intent to Remediate. Soil and groundwater at the site has been impacted with the release of pah, arsenic, lead, trichlorothene and vocs. The proposed future use of the property will be non-residential for commercial/retail purposes. The Notice of Intent to Remediate was published in the Philly Weekly on February 4, 2016. PF618998.

Paaring Southampton Road Armory, 2700 South Southampton Road, City of Philadelphia, Philadelpha County. Toby Tucker, Converse Consultants, 2738 West College Avenue, State College, PA 16801, David W. Swetland, P.G., Converse Consultant, 2738 West College Avenue, State College, PA 16801 on behalf of Joan Anderson, PA DMVA, Environmental Section, Building 0-11, Fort Indiantown Gap, Annville, PA 17003-5002 has submitted a Notice of Intent to Remediate. Soil and groundwater at the site has been impacted with the release of no. 2 fuel oil. The proposed future use of the property is non-residential. The Notice of Intent to Remediate was published in the Philadelphia Daily News on December 7, 2015. PF707867.

Custom Particle Reduction Inc., 5189 Stump Road, Plumstead Township, Bucks County. Jaclyn Baron, UHL & Associates, Inc., 278 North Union Street, Suite 106, Lambertville, NJ 08530 on behalf of Dennis K. Rice, RCP Partnership, 5189 Stump Road, Plumsteadville, PA 18949 has submitted a Notice of Intent to Remediate. Soil and groundwater at the site has been impacted with the other organics. The intended future use of the site is residential. The Notice of Intent to Remediate was published in the Intelligencer on February 4, 12016. PF7807249.

HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT, STORAGE AND DISPOSAL FACILITIES


Applications received under the Solid Waste Management Act (35 P.S. §§ 6018.101—6018.1003) and Regulations to Operate a Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage or Disposal Facility.

Southeast Region: Regional Solid Waste Manager, 2 East Main Street, Norristown, PA 19401.

PAR000544486. Elcon Recycling Service, LLC, 100 Dean Sievers Place, Morrisville, PA 19067. This submittal is for the Elcon Recycling Services, LLC Phase II RCRA Part B Permit application for a proposed commercial hazardous waste storage and treatment facility to be located at the Keystone Industrial Port Complex (KIPC) in Falls Township, Bucks County. The application was received by the Southeast Regional Office on March 1, 2017.

RESIDUAL WASTE GENERAL PERMITS


Renewal Application(s) Received under the Solid Waste Management Act; the Municipal Waste Planning, Recycling and Waste Reduction Act (53 P.S. §§ 4000.101—4000.1904); and Residual Waste Regulations for a General Permit to Operate Residual Waste Processing Facilities and/or the Beneficial Use of Residual Waste Other Than Coal Ash.

Southcentral Region: Regional Solid Waste Manager, 909 Elmerton Avenue, Harrisburg, PA 17110.

General Permit Renewal Application No. WMGR114SC001. CRS Reprocessing, LLC, 569 Industrial Drive, Lewisberry, PA 17339 in Fairview Township, York County. This general permit authorizes the processing of (1) spent polyethylene glycol slurry containing silicon and silicon carbide or diamond for beneficial use in fresh slurry and in production of silicon ingots and (2) spent aluminum cold rolling fluids for reuse as aluminum cold rolling fluid. The application for renewal was determined to be complete on March 9, 2017.

 Persons interested in obtaining more information about the general permit application may contact Mr. John Oren, P.E., Permits Section Chief, Southcentral Regional Office, Waste Management Program at 717-705-4706. TDD users may contact the Department through the Pennsylvania AT&T Relay Service, (800) 654-5984.

AIR QUALITY

PLAN APPROVAL AND OPERATING PERMIT APPLICATIONS

 The Department has developed an ''integrated'' plan approval, State Operating Permit and Title V Operating Permit program. This integrated approach is designed to make the permitting process more efficient for the Department, the regulated community and the general public. This approach allows the owner or operator of a facility to submit permitting documents relevant to its application for all sources related to a facility or a proposed project, affords an opportunity for public input, and provides for a decision on the issuance of the necessary permits.

 The Department received applications for Plan Approvals or Operating Permits from the following facilities.

 Copies of the application, the Department's analysis, all pertinent documents used in the evaluation of the application and subsequently prepared proposed plan approvals/operating permits are available for public review during normal business hours at the appropriate Department Regional Office. Appointments for scheduling a review must be made by calling the appropriate Department Regional Office. The address and phone number of the Regional Office is listed before the application notices.

 Persons wishing to file a written protest or provide comments or additional information, which they believe should be considered prior to the issuance of a permit, may submit the information to the Department's Regional Office. A 30-day comment period from the date of this publication will exist for the submission of comments, protests and information. Each submission must contain the name, address and telephone number of the person submitting the comments, identification of the proposed Plan Approval/Operating Permit including the permit number and a concise statement regarding the relevancy of the information or objections to issuance of the permit.

 A person wishing to request a hearing may do so during the 30-day comment period. A public hearing may be held, if the Department, in its discretion, decides that a hearing is warranted based on the information received. Persons submitting comments or requesting a hearing will be notified of the decision to hold a hearing by publication in the newspaper, the Pennsylvania Bulletin or by telephone, when the Department determines this type of notification is sufficient. Requests for a public hearing and any relevant information should be directed to the appropriate Department Regional Office.

 Permits issued to the owners or operators of sources subject to 25 Pa. Code Chapter 127, Subchapter D or E, or located within a Title V facility or subject to 25 Pa. Code § 129.51(a) or permits issued for sources with limitations on their potential to emit used to avoid otherwise applicable Federal requirements may be submitted to the United States Environmental Protection Agency for review and approval as a revision to the State Implementation Plan. Final Plan Approvals and Operating Permits will contain terms and conditions to ensure that the sources are constructed and operating in compliance with applicable requirements in the Air Pollution Control Act (35 P.S. §§ 4001—4015), 25 Pa. Code Chapters 121—145, the Federal Clean Air Act (42 U.S.C.A. §§ 7401—7671q) and regulations adopted under the Federal Clean Air Act.

 Persons with a disability who wish to comment and require an auxiliary aid, service or other accommodation to participate should contact the regional office listed before the application. TDD users may contact the Department through the Pennsylvania AT&T Relay Service at (800) 654-5984.


Intent to Issue Plan Approvals and Intent to Issue or Amend Operating Permits under the Air Pollution Control Act (35 P.S. §§ 4001—4015) and 25 Pa. Code Chapter 127, Subchapter B. These actions may include the administrative amendments of an associated operating permit.

Northcentral Region: Air Quality Program, 208 West Third Street, Williamsport, PA 17701.

Contact: Muhammad Q. Zaman, Environmental Program Manager—Telephone: 570-327-3648.

14-00002S: Graymont (PA) Inc. (965 East College Avenue, Pleasant Gap, PA 16823-6823) for the proposed utilization of natural gas in kilns 6 & 7 which are located at the Pleasant Gap site in Spring Township, Centre County. The application is also requesting Plantwide Applicability Limits (PALs) for nitrogen oxides (NOx) and carbon monoxide (CO).

 The Department of Environmental Protection's (Department) review of the information submitted by Graymont (PA), Inc. indicates that each of the PALs complies with all applicable regulatory requirements pertaining to PALs, as specified in the New Source Review (NSR) and Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) programs [25 Pa. Code § 127.218 and 40 CFR 52.21(aa)]. The PALs were established in accordance with the applicable provisions as specified under 25 Pa. Code § 127.218(f) and 40 CFR 52.21(aa)(6). Additionally, the Department's review of the information and emissions data submitted by the company indicates that the air contamination sources to be modified (Source IDs P408 and P413 of Title V Operating Permit No: 14-00002) will comply with all applicable Federal and State air regulatory requirements, including the best available technology (BAT) requirements of 25 Pa. Code §§  127.1 and 127.12. Based on these findings, the Department proposes to issue a plan approval with PM-10 BAT emission restrictions for the proposed modifications and pertaining to the NOx (expressed as NO2) and CO PALs.

 The PAL permit will apply to all stationary sources in operation at the Graymont (PA), Inc. facility during the PAL effective period. The current NOx-and CO-emitting sources at the facility are, as follow: kilns 6, 7 & 8 (Source IDs P408, P413 and P418); the stand-by emergency generator-engines (Source IDs P321 and P328); the CalAg generator-engine (Source ID P320A); the winterization heaters/engines (Source IDs P321A); the propane- and No. 2 oil-fired combustion units/space heaters (Source ID 032); and the pulverized limestone dryer associated with Source ID P310.

 The facility is a major facility. If the Department determines that the sources are modified in compliance with the plan approval conditions and the specification of the application for Plan Approval 14-00002S, the requirements established in the plan approval will be incorporated into Title V Operating Permit TVOP No: 14-00002 pursuant to the administrative amendment provisions of 25 Pa. Code § 127.450.

 The following is a list of the conditions which the Department intends to place in the plan approval in order to ensure compliance with all of the applicable regulatory requirements.

 1. At least 60 calendar days prior to the performance of EPA reference method testing, a test protocol shall be submitted to the Department for review and approval. At least 15 calendar days prior to commencing an emission testing program, notification as to the date and time of testing shall be given to the Northcentral Regional Office. Complete test reports shall be submitted to the Department no later than 60 calendar days after completion of the on-site testing portion of an EPA reference method test program. All submittals shall meet all applicable requirements specified in the most current version of the Department's Source Testing Manual. All stack testing shall be performed in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 139 of the Rules and Regulations of the Department of Environmental Protection.

 2. The permittee shall monitor the NOx and CO emissions from each emissions unit at the facility in accordance with 25 Pa. Code § 127.218(m) and 40 CFR 52.21(aa)(12).

 3. [25 Pa. Code § 127.218 and 40 CFR 52.21(aa)]

 The permittee shall comply with the following recordkeeping requirements as specified in paragraphs (a) and (b) of this condition.

 (a) The permittee shall retain a copy of the records necessary to determine compliance with the requirements of 25 Pa. Code § 127.218 and 40 CFR 52.21(aa) pertaining to the PAL requirements, including the 12-month rolling total emissions of each PAL pollutant for each emissions unit at the facility, for 5 years. These records shall be retrievable onsite.

 (b) The permittee shall retain a copy of the following records for the duration of the PAL effective period plus 5 years: (i) A copy of the PAL permit application and any applications for revisions to the PAL; and (ii) Each annual certification of compliance pursuant to title V and the data relied on in certifying the compliance.

 4. [25 Pa. Code § 127.218 and 40 CFR 52.21(aa)]

 The permittee shall record maximum potential emissions without considering enforceable emissions limitations or operational restrictions for an emissions unit during a period of time that there is no monitoring data.

 5. [25 Pa. Code § 127.218 and 40 CFR 52.21(aa)]

 (a) The permittee shall comply with the applicable requirements pertaining to reporting and notification, as specified under 25 Pa. Code § 127.218(o) and 40 CFR 52.21(aa)(14).

 (b) The semiannual report deadlines are March 1 for the July 1 through December 31 reporting period and September 1 for the January 1 through June reporting period. For each month in the reporting period, the reports shall contain the 12-month rolling total emissions of each PAL pollutant for each emissions unit at the facility. Additionally, the semiannual reports shall contain all of the information as specified under 25 Pa. Code § 127.218(o)(2)(ii) and 40 CFR 52.21(aa)(14)(i).

 6. [25 Pa. Code § 127.218(g)]

 The emissions from a new source that requires a plan approval shall be the minimum attainable through the use of Best Available Technology (BAT). A physical change or change in method of operation at an existing emissions unit will not be subject to BAT requirements of 25 Pa. Code Chapter 127 unless the emissions unit is modified so that the fixed capital cost of new components exceeds 50% of the fixed capital cost that would be required to construct a comparable entirely new emissions unit.

 7. [25 Pa. Code § 127.218 and 40 CFR 52.21(aa)]

 (a) Each of the following Plantwide Applicability Limits (PALs) in this condition is effective on the issuance date of Plan Approval No: 14-00002S:

 The emissions of CO, including fugitive emissions, from the facility shall be less than 913.5 tons in any 12 consecutive month period;

 The emissions of NOx (expressed as NO2), including fugitive emissions, from the facility shall be less than 1,067.9 tons in any 12 consecutive month period.

 (b) The PALs shall have an effective period of 10 years from the issuance date of Plan Approval No: 14-00002S. Each PAL shall expire at the end of the PAL effective period, unless a complete application according to 25 Pa. Code § 127.218(k)(3) and 40 CFR 52.21(aa)(10)(iii) is submitted to the Department at least 6 months prior to, but not earlier than 18 months prior to the PAL's expiration date, (10 years from Plan Approval 14-00002S Issuance).

 Upon expiration of a PAL, the permittee is subject to the requirements specified in 25 Pa. Code § 127.218(j) and 40 CFR 52.21(aa)(9) for that pollutant.

 (c) If an application to renew each PAL is submitted according to the requirements in 25 Pa. Code § 127.218(k) and 40 CFR 52.21(aa)(10) then the PALs shall continue to be effective until the revised permit with the renewed PALs is issued.

 (d) For each month during the PAL effective period after the first 12 months of establishing a PAL, the permittee shall show that the sum of the monthly emissions of each PAL pollutant from each emissions unit at the facility for the previous 12 consecutive months is less than the applicable PAL. For each month during the first 11 months from the PAL effective date, the permittee shall show that the sum of the preceding monthly emissions (of each PAL pollutant) from the PAL effective date for each emissions unit at the facility is less than the applicable PAL. The calculations of monthly emissions shall include emissions from startups, shutdowns and malfunctions.

 8. [25 Pa. Code § 127.218 and 40 CFR 52.21(aa)]

 The permittee shall operate continuous emissions monitoring systems (CEMS) to determine emissions of NOx (expressed as NO2) and CO from each of the kilns associated with Source IDs P408, P413 and P418 in any calendar month and in any 12 consecutive month period, in units of tons. The CEMS shall comply with all applicable requirements as specified in the terms and conditions in the facility's Title V Operating Permit No: 14-00002 and in Plan Approvals No: 14-00002N, 14-00002P and 14-00002S. Each certified CEMS shall sample, analyze and record data at least every 15 minutes while the respective kiln is in operation including periods of startup, shutdown and malfunction.

 9. [25 Pa. Code § 127.218 and 40 CFR 52.21(aa)]

 At all times of operation, the permittee shall monitor the fuel usage of each of the propane- and No. 2 oil-fired combustion sources associated with Source ID 032, in units of gallons, to determine and record their propane or No. 2 oil fuel usage in any calendar month.

 10. [25 Pa. Code § 127.218 and 40 CFR 52.21(aa)]

 (a) The permittee shall keep records of the NOx (expressed as NO2) emissions from the propane-fired combustion sources associated with Source ID 032 in any calendar month. The NOx emissions calculations shall be determined monthly using the 0.013-pound NOx per gallon emission factor and the total propane fuel usage in the previous calendar month.

 (b) The permittee shall keep records of the NOx (expressed as NO2) emissions from the No. 2 oil-fired combustion sources associated with Source ID 032 in any calendar month. The NOx emissions calculations shall be determined monthly using the 0.02-pound NOx per gallon emission factor and the total No. 2 oil usage in the previous calendar month.

 (c) The emissions of NOx (expressed as NO2) from Source ID 032 shall be determined by the sum of the NOx emissions from all combustion sources associated with Source ID 032 on a monthly basis.

 (d) The permittee shall keep records of the 12-month rolling total emissions of NOx from Source ID 032 to show compliance with the NOx PAL, as well as the supporting information and data.

 11. [25 Pa. Code § 127.218 and 40 CFR 52.21(aa)]

 (a) The permittee shall keep records of the CO emissions from the propane-fired combustion sources associated with Source ID 032 in any calendar month. The CO emissions calculations shall be determined monthly using the 0.0075-pound CO per gallon emission factor and the total propane fuel usage in the previous calendar month.

 (b) The permittee shall keep records of the CO emissions from the No. 2 oil-fired combustion sources associated with Source ID 032 in any calendar month. The CO emissions calculations shall be determined monthly using the 0.005-pound CO per gallon emission factor and the total No. 2 oil usage in the previous calendar month.

 (c) The emissions of CO from Source ID 032 shall be determined by the sum of the CO emissions from all combustion sources associated with Source ID 032 on a monthly basis.

 (d) The permittee shall keep records of the 12-month rolling total emissions of CO from Source ID 032 to show compliance with the CO PAL, as well as the supporting information and data.

 12. [25 Pa. Code § 127.218 and 40 CFR 52.21(aa)]

 At all times of operation, the permittee shall monitor the natural gas, No. 2 oil and propane usages of the dryer associated with Source ID P310, in units of MMscf for natural gas and gallons for No. 2 oil and propane, to determine and record its natural gas, No. 2 oil and propane fuel usages in any calendar month.

 13. [25 Pa. Code § 127.218 and 40 CFR 52.21(aa)]

 (a) The permittee shall keep records of the CO emissions from the dryer associated with Source ID P310 in any calendar month, while it is using natural gas as fuel to operate. The CO emissions calculations shall be determined monthly using the 10.4-pound CO per MMscf emission factor and the total natural gas fuel usage in the previous calendar month.

 (b) The permittee shall keep records of the CO emissions from the dryer associated with Source ID P310 in any calendar month, while it is using No. 2 oil as fuel to operate. The CO emissions calculations shall be determined monthly using the 0.008-pound CO per gallon emission factor and the total No. 2 oil fuel usage in the previous calendar month.

 (c) The permittee shall keep records of the CO emissions from the dryer associated with Source ID P310 in any calendar month, while it is using propane as fuel to operate. The CO emissions calculations shall be determined monthly using the 0.0075-pound CO per gallon emission factor and the total propane fuel usage in the previous calendar month.

 (d) The emissions of CO from the dryer associated with Source ID P310 shall be determined by the sum of the CO emissions calculations for all fuels on a monthly basis.

 (e) The permittee shall keep records of the 12-month rolling total emissions of CO from the dryer associated with Source ID P310 to show compliance with the CO PAL, as well as the supporting information and data.

 14. [25 Pa. Code § 127.218 and 40 CFR 52.21(aa)]

 (a) The permittee shall keep records of the NOx (expressed as NO2) emissions from the dryer associated with Source ID P310 in any calendar month, while it is using natural gas as fuel to operate. The NOx emissions calculations shall be determined monthly using the 160-pound NOx per MMscf emission factor and the total natural gas fuel usage in the previous calendar month.

 (b) The permittee shall keep records of the NOx (expressed as NO2) emissions from the dryer associated with Source ID P310 in any calendar month, while it is using No. 2 oil as fuel to operate. The NOx emissions calculations shall be determined monthly using the 0.024-pound NOx per gallon emission factor and the total No. 2 oil fuel usage in the previous calendar month.

 (c) The permittee shall keep records of the NOx (expressed as NO2) emissions from the dryer associated with Source ID P310 in any calendar month, while it is using propane as fuel to operate. The NOx emissions calculations shall be determined monthly using the 0.013-pound NOx per gallon emission factor and the total propane fuel usage in the previous calendar month.

 (d) The emissions of NOx (expressed as NO2) from the dryer associated with Source ID P310 shall be determined by the sum of the NOx emissions calculations for all fuels on a monthly basis.

 (e) The permittee shall keep records of the 12-month rolling total emissions of NOx from the dryer associated with Source ID P310 to show compliance with the NOx PAL, as well as the supporting information and data.

 15. [25 Pa. Code § 127.218 and 40 CFR 52.21(aa)]

 At all times of operation, the permittee shall monitor the diesel fuel usage of each of the winterization heaters associated with Source ID P321A, in units of gallons, to determine and record its fuel usage in any calendar month.

 16. [25 Pa. Code § 127.218 and 40 CFR 52.21(aa)]

 The permittee shall keep records of the NOx (expressed as NO2) and CO emissions from the winterization heaters associated with Source ID P321A in any calendar month. The CO emissions calculations shall be determined monthly using the 0.05-pound CO per gallon emission factor and the total diesel fuel usage in the previous calendar month. The NOx emissions calculations shall be determined monthly using the 0.15-pound NOx per gallon emission factor and the total diesel fuel usage in the previous calendar month. The permittee shall keep records of the 12-month rolling total emissions of NOx and CO from the winterization heaters associated with Source ID P321A to show compliance with the NOx and CO PALs, as well as the supporting information and data.

 17. [25 Pa. Code § 127.218 and 40 CFR 52.21(aa)]

 At all times of operation, the permittee shall monitor the diesel fuel usage of the engine associated with Source ID P320A, in units of gallons, to determine and record its fuel usage in any calendar month.

 18. [25 Pa. Code § 127.218 and 40 CFR 52.21(aa)]

 The permittee shall keep records of the NOx (expressed as NO2) and CO emissions from the engine associated with Source ID P320A in any calendar month. The CO emissions calculations shall be determined monthly using the 0.04-pound CO per gallon emission factor and the total diesel fuel usage in the previous calendar month. The NOx emissions calculations shall be determined monthly using the 0.27-pound NOx per gallon emission factor and the total diesel fuel usage in the previous calendar month. The permittee shall keep records of the 12-month rolling total emissions of NOx and CO from the engine associated with Source ID P320A to show compliance with the NOx and CO PALs, as well as the supporting information and data.

 19. [25 Pa. Code § 127.218 and 40 CFR 52.21(aa)]

 At all times of operation, the permittee shall monitor the hours of operation of the kiln 6 aux engine, kiln 7 aux. engine and kiln 7 WHB powerhouse engine associated with Source ID P321 to determine and record each engine's total run-time in any calendar month.

 20. [25 Pa. Code § 127.218 and 40 CFR 52.21(aa)]

 (a) The permittee shall keep records of the NOx (expressed as NO2) emissions from the kiln 6 aux engine associated with Source ID P321 in any calendar month. The NOx emissions calculations shall be determined monthly using the 2.9-pound NOx per hour emission factor and the total run-time in the previous calendar month.

 (b) The permittee shall keep records of the NOx (expressed as NO2) emissions from the kiln 7 aux engine associated with Source ID P321 in any calendar month. The NOx emissions calculations shall be determined monthly using the 1.6-pound NOx per hour emission factor and the total run-time in the previous calendar month.

 (c) The permittee shall keep records of the NOx (expressed as NO2) emissions from the kiln 7 WHB powerhouse engine associated with Source ID P321 in any calendar month. The NOx emissions calculations shall be determined monthly using the 9.4-pound NOx per hour emission factor and the total run-time in the previous calendar month.

 (d) The emissions of NOx (expressed as NO2) from the engines associated with Source ID P321 shall be determined by the sum of the NOx emissions calculations for each engine on a monthly basis.

 (e) The permittee shall keep records of the 12-month rolling total emissions of NOx from the engines associated with Source ID P321 to show compliance with the NOx PAL, as well as the supporting information and data.

 21. [25 Pa. Code § 127.218 and 40 CFR 52.21(aa)]

 (a) The permittee shall keep records of the CO emissions from the kiln 6 aux engine associated with Source ID P321 in any calendar month. The CO emissions calculations shall be determined monthly using the 0.8-pound CO per hour emission factor and the total run-time in the previous calendar month.

 (b) The permittee shall keep records of the CO emissions from the kiln 7 aux engine associated with Source ID P321 in any calendar month. The CO emissions calculations shall be determined monthly using the 1.1-pound CO per hour emission factor and the total run-time in the previous calendar month.

 (c) The permittee shall keep records of the CO emissions from the kiln 7 WHB powerhouse engine associated with Source ID P321 in any calendar month. The CO emissions calculations shall be determined monthly using the 3.2-pound CO per hour emission factor and the total run-time in the previous calendar month.

 (d) The emissions of CO from the engines associated with Source ID P321 shall be determined by the sum of the CO emissions calculations for each engine on a monthly basis.

 (e) The permittee shall keep records of the 12-month rolling total emissions of CO from the engines associated with Source ID P321 to show compliance with the CO PAL, as well as the supporting information and data.

 22. [25 Pa. Code § 127.218 and 40 CFR 52.21(aa)]

 The permittee shall comply with the terms and conditions of Plan Approval 14-00002P and keep monthly records of the emissions of NOx and CO emissions from Source ID P328 in any calendar month and the 12-month rolling total emissions of NOx and CO from the engine associated with Source ID P328 to show compliance with the NOx and CO PALs, as well as the supporting information and data.

 23. Pursuant to the best available technology provisions of 25 Pa. Code §§ 127.1 and 127.12, the PM-10 emissions (including condensable particulate matter) from Source ID P408 while it is firing any natural gas shall not exceed an outlet concentration in the exhaust from the ID C408 fabric collector equal to 0.014 grain per dry standard cubic foot (gr/dscf).

 24. Pursuant to the best available technology provisions of 25 Pa. Code §§ 127.1 and 127.12, the PM-10 emissions (including condensable particulate matter) from Source ID P413 while it is firing any natural gas shall not exceed an outlet concentration in the exhaust from the ID C413B fabric collector equal to 0.005 grain per dry standard cubic foot (gr/dscf).

 25. [25 Pa. Code §§ 127.1 and 127.12 and 40 CFR 52.21(r)]

 For each Source ID P408 and P413, the permittee shall continuously monitor and keep accurate and comprehensive records of the kiln operating conditions including the fuel blends and usages, the stone feed, the lime production, the control device parameter data, and the opacity to determine, in conjunction with the data obtained from the Department-approved stack test performances, the particulate matter, PM-10 and PM2.5 emissions in any one of the 5 calendar years following the date on which natural gas has first been fired for non-preheat purposes.

 26. [25 Pa. Code §§ 127.1 and 127.12 and 40 CFR 52.21(r)]

 (a) The permittee shall perform stack testing on each Source ID P408 and P413 to demonstrate compliance with the BAT PM-10 emission restriction. The permittee shall also perform stack testing on each Source ID P408 and P413 for particulate matter (filterable and condensable), PM-10 (including condensable particulate matter), and PM2.5 (including condensable particulate matter) to obtain emissions data and the kiln operating conditions data which affect the emissions of these pollutants. The initial stack testing shall be performed no later than 180 days after the date on which natural gas has first been fired for non-preheat purposes, using the methods and procedures as approved by the Department in accordance with the PA DEP Source Testing Manual. Additionally, all initial stack testing on each Source ID P408 and P413 shall be conducted while it is operating on natural gas at maximum routine operating conditions. The permittee shall notify the Department of the date on which natural gas is first fired in each Source ID P408 and P413 for non-preheat purposes within 15 days.

 (b) After the completion of the initial stack testing, subsequent stack testing on each Source ID P408 and P413 shall be conducted one time in each 3-year calendar period following the previous stack testing. All subsequent stack testing on each Source ID P408 and P413 shall be conducted while each source is operating on natural gas at maximum routine operating conditions. Additionally, all subsequent stack testing shall be performed using the methods and procedures as approved by the Department in accordance with the PA DEP Source Testing Manual, while each Source ID P408 and P413. The Department may revise the frequency of subsequent stack testing based upon the stack test results.

 27. The permittee shall monitor the particulate matter emissions (filterable and condensable) from each Source ID P408 and P413 in accordance with 40 CFR 52.21(r)(6)(iii).

 28. The permittee shall monitor the PM-10 emissions (including condensable particulate matter) from each Source ID P408 and P413 in accordance with 40 CFR 52.21(r)(6)(iii).

 29. The permittee shall monitor the PM2.5 emissions (including condensable particulate matter) from each Source ID P408 and P413 in accordance with 40 CFR 52.21(r)(6)(iii).

 30. The permittee shall keep records of the annual emissions of particulate matter, PM-10, and PM2.5 from each Source ID P408 and P413 in accordance with 40 CFR 52.21(r)(6)(iii), to determine if reporting under 40 CFR 52.21(r)(6)(v) is required. Baseline actual emissions of PM-10 and PM2.5 for each Source ID P408 and P413 were specified in the application for Plan Approval No: 14-00002S.

 31. The permittee shall comply with all applicable reporting requirements pertaining to each Source ID P408 and P413, as specified in 40 CFR 52.21(r)(6)(v).

 32. [25 Pa. Code § 127.12b]

 (a) Source ID P408 is Kiln No. 6, located at the Pleasant Gap plant, which is a 1,200 ton per day rotary lime kiln that is equipped with a preheater and a 240 million Btu per hour multi-fuel burner capable of firing pipeline quality natural gas and/or coal/petroleum coke. Kiln No. 6 is fired with No. 2 fuel oil or pipeline quality natural gas during periods of preheat. The air contaminant emissions from Source ID P408 shall be controlled by a pulse jet fabric collector which is ID C408 or sometimes referenced herein as the ID C408 fabric collector.

 (b) ID C408 is a F.L. Smidth, suction-type, pulse jet fabric collector containing eight (8) compartments which shall have a minimum fabric area of 48,833 square feet and shall not handle more than 155,000 actual cubic feet per minute of effluent gas from Source ID P408.

 33. [25 Pa. Code § 127.12b]

 (a) Source ID P413 is Kiln No. 7, located at the Pleasant Gap plant, which is a 1,050 ton per day rotary lime kiln that is equipped with a 280 million Btu per hour multi-fuel burner capable of firing pipeline quality natural gas and/or coal/petroleum coke. Kiln No. 7 is fired with No. 2 fuel oil or natural gas during periods of preheat. The air contaminant emissions from Source ID P413 shall be controlled by a semi-wet scrubbing system, ID C413A, and a pulse jet fabric collector which is ID C413B or sometimes referenced herein as the ID C413B fabric collector.

 (b) ID C413A is a semi-wet scrubbing system, consisting of the following equipment:

 (1) One (1) Solios model VVR-14-82 Venturi reactor (or equivalent, as approved by the Department),

 (2) Two (2) 35 ton per hour capacity conditioning drums,

 (3) One (1) 35 ton per hour capacity pre-conditioning drum,

 (4) One (1) 65 ton capacity recycle bin,

 (5) One (1) 10 ton capacity lime kiln dust (LKD) surge bin,

 (6) One (1) 25 ton capacity fresh lime bin,

 (7) One (1) screw conveyor from conditioning drums to Venturi reactor,

 (8) One (1) screw conveyor from fabric collector to bucket elevators,

 (9) Two (2) bucket elevators to the recycle bin,

 (10) Other conveyors as described in the application and supplemental materials for Plan Approval 14-00002H.

 (c) ID C413B is a Solios suction-type, pulse jet fabric collector which shall have a minimum fabric area of 50,668 square feet and shall not handle more than 152,000 actual cubic feet per minute of the effluent gas from Source ID P413.

 All pertinent documents used in the evaluation of the application are available for public review during normal business hours at the Department's Northcentral Regional office, 208 West Third Street, Suite 101, Williamsport, PA 17701. Appointments for scheduling a review must be made by calling 570-327-0550.

Department of Public Health, Air Management Services: 321 University Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19104.

Contact: Edward Wiener, Chief—Telephone: 215-685-9426.

IP16-000184: Phoenix Lithographing Corporation (11631 Caroline Road, Philadelphia, PA 19106) for installation of one Non-Heatset, Heatset, Coldset, Offset and Sheetfed Lithographic Printing Presses in the City of Philadelphia, Philadelphia County. The source includes two web lithographic printing press with dryer, two Sheetfed offset lithographic 6 color printing press, 6-color, Non-heatset, sheetfed lithographic printing press with Aqueous Coater, Didde 5 color Coldset Web lithographic printing press, two Muller 8 color UV Coldset Web roll to roll lithographic printing press, 5-Unit Sandan, roll to roll web offset lithographic printing press, 2-Unit Heidelberg V-30 Web Cold Offset lithographic printing press, Miracle M3500 lithographic printing press, a Contiweb Dryer, a TEC Dryer, and a Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer (RTO). There will be a potential annual emission increase of 12.5 tons for Volatile Organic Compounds. The plan approval will contain operating, testing, monitoring, and recordkeeping requirements to ensure operation within all applicable requirements.

AMS 15240: United States Mint (151 N Independence Mall East, Philadelphia, PA 19106) for installation of a 264 kW (900,000 BTU/hr) exo-gas generator and catalytic oxidizer. The exo-gas generator is fueled by natural gas and the catalytic oxidizer is electric. The catalytic oxidizer controls Carbon Dioxide (CO) emissions from the exo-gas generator. CO emissions will have a potential of 1.08 ton/year (tpy). There will be potential Nitrogen Oxides (NOx), Particulate Matter (PM), Sulfur Oxides (SOx), and Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) emissions from the exo-gas generator and catalytic oxidizer of less than 1 tpy per pollutant. The plan approval will contain operating, monitoring, recordkeeping, testing, and reporting requirements to ensure operation within all applicable requirements.

OPERATING PERMITS


Intent to Issue Title V Operating Permits under the Air Pollution Control Act and 25 Pa. Code Chapter 127, Subchapter G.

Department of Public Health, Air Management Services: 321 University Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19104.

Contact: Edward Wiener, Chief—Telephone: 215-685-9426.

 The City of Philadelphia, Air Management Services (AMS) has intends to renew a Title V/State Operating Permit for the following facility:

OP16-00027: Philadelphia Energy Solutions Refining and Marketing LLC.—Schuylkill River Tank Farm (70th and Essington Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19145) for the operation of a petroleum products storage tank facility in the City of Philadelphia, Philadelphia County. The facility's air emissions sources include twenty one (21) internal floater storage tanks with capacities between 2.6—4.9 million gallons; two (2) open floater tanks, each with a capacity of 4.8144 million gallons; one (1) oil-water separator; one (1) propane loading rack with flare (60,000 lbs/hr) firing propane/butane; fugitive emissions; and two (2) diesel fire pumps (one 290 hp and the other 255 hp).

 The operating permit will be issued under 25 Pa. Code, Philadelphia Code Title 3 and Air Management Regulation XIII. Permit copies and other supporting information are available for public inspection at AMS, 321 University Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19104. For further information, contact Mr. Edward Wiener (215) 685-9426.

 Persons wishing to file protest or comments on the above operating permit must submit the protest or comments within 30 days from the date of this notice. Any protests or comments filed with AMS must include a concise statement of the objections to the permit issuance and the relevant facts upon which the objections are based. Based upon the information received during the public comment period, AMS may modify the operating permit or schedule a public hearing. The hearing notice will be published in the Pennsylvania Bulletin and a local newspaper at least thirty days before the hearing.


Intent to Issue Operating Permits under the Air Pollution Control Act and 25 Pa. Code Chapter 127, Subchapter F.

Southcentral Region: Air Quality Program, 909 Elmer-ton Avenue, Harrisburg, PA 17110.

Contact: Thomas Hanlon, Facilities Permitting Chief, 717-705-4862, Virendra Trivedi, New Source Review Chief, 717-705-4863, or William Weaver, Regional Air Quality Manager, 717-705-4702.

36-03055: New Enterprise Stone & Lime Co., Inc. dba Martin Limestone, Inc. (PO Box 550, Blue Ball, PA 17506) to issue a State Only Operating Permit for the Limeville Quarry located in Salisbury Township, Berks County. The actual emissions from the facility in 2015 year were estimated at 0.14 ton PM-10. The Operating Permit will include emission limits and work practice standards along with monitoring, recordkeeping and reporting requirements to ensure the facility complies with the applicable air quality regulations.

67-03078: Snyder's-Lance, Inc. (1350 York Street, Hanover, PA 17331) to issue a State Only Operating Permit for the snack food manufacturing facility (Hanover Plant) located in Penn Township, York County. The actual emissions from the facility in 2016 are estimated to be 15.5 tons NOx; 13.0 tons CO; 0.9 ton PM10; 0.9 ton PM2.5; 0.8 ton VOC; 0.1 ton SOx; 0.3 ton hexane; and 0.3 ton total HAPs. The Operating Permit will include emission limits and work practice standards along with testing, monitoring, recordkeeping and reporting requirements to ensure the facility complies with the applicable air quality regulations.

36-03165: Nexans Incorporated (132 White Oak Road, New Holland, PA 17557), to issue a State Only Operating Permit renewal for the facility's cable extrusion lines in Earl Township, Lancaster County. The actual 2015 emissions from the facility were 23.0 tons of VOCs. The Operating Permit will include emission limits and work practice standards along with monitoring, recordkeeping and reporting requirements to ensure the facility complies with the applicable air quality regulations. Among other items, the facility is subject to the provisions of 40 CFR Part 63, Subpart ZZZZ—National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants for Stationary Reciprocating Internal Combustion Engines.

06-05067: Berks County Complex (1238 County Welfare Road, Leesport, PA 19533) to issue a State Only Operating Permit for the Berks County Complex located in Bern Township, Berks County. The actual emissions from the facility in 2016 are estimated at 6.1 tons of CO, 7.2 tons of NOx, 0.6 ton of PM-10 and 0.4 ton of VOC. The Operating Permit will include emission limits and work practice standards along with monitoring, recordkeeping and reporting requirements to ensure the facility complies with the applicable air quality regulations. Among other items, the conditions include provisions derived from 40 CFR 60 Subpart Dc.

06-03551: SGL Carbon LLC (796 Fritztown Road, Sinking Spring, PA 19608) to issue a State Only Operating Permit for the Spring Graphite Plant located in Spring Township, Berks County. The potential emissions from the facility are estimated at 13 tpy of particulate matter. The Operating Permit will include emission limits and work practice standards along with monitoring, recordkeeping and reporting requirements to ensure the facility complies with the applicable air quality regulations. Among other items, the conditions include provisions derived from 25 Pa. Code § 129.63.

Northcentral Region: Air Quality Program, 208 West Third Street, Williamsport, PA 17701.

Contact: Muhammad Q. Zaman, Environmental Program Manager—Telephone: 570-327-3648.

41-00041: Lonza, Inc. (3500 Trenton Ave., Williamsport, PA 17701-7924) for renewal of a State-only (synthetic minor) operating permit for operation of its Williamsport facility located in the City of Williamsport, Lycoming County. The facility incorporates Acrawax processing equipment and particulate matter (PM) control devices; halohydantoin manufacturing and processing equipment and PM and scrubber control devices; resins and solid Glydant productions systems and PM and scrubber control devices; a building 30 chemical process area and scrubber control device; two E. Keeler Co. model DK-9-9 boilers each rated 33 MMBtu/hr, three 6 MMBtu/hr natural gas-fired boilers, one 3 MMBtu/hr natural gas-fired boiler, wastewater treatment plant, four natural gas-fired emergency generators ranging from 27 brake-horsepower to 254 brake-horsepower, one 145 brake-horsepower diesel-fired fire pump, multiple storage tanks, and other air contaminant sources exempted through the execution of various Requests for Determinations. The facility has the potential to emit up to 81.13 tons of particulate matter (including particulate matter less than 10 microns and particulate matter less than 2.5 microns), 7.43 tons of HAPs, 90.06 tons of SOx, 63.28 tons of NOx, 26.21 tons of VOCs, 33.44 tons of CO per year, and 63,065.15 tons of greenhouse gases (as carbon dioxide equivalent). The boilers are subject to 40 CFR Part 60, Subpart Dc—Standards of Performance for Small Industrial-Commercial-Institutional Steam Generating Units and 40 CFR Part 63 Subpart JJJJJJ—National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants for Area Sources. The natural gas-fired emergency generators are subject to 40 CFR Part 60, Subpart JJJJ—Standards of Performance for Stationary Spark Ignition Internal Combustion Engines and 40 CFR Part 63, Subpart ZZZZ—National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants for Stationary Reciprocating Internal Combustion Engines. The diesel-fired fire pump engine is subject to 40 CFR Part 63, Subpart ZZZZ—National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants for Stationary Reciprocating Internal Combustion Engines. The storage tanks are subject to Subpart Kb of the Standards of Performance for Volatile Organic Liquid Storage Vessels Including Petroleum Liquid Storage Vessels for Which Construction, Reconstruction, or Modification Commenced After July 23, 1984. The stationary fuel combustion sources at the facility are subject to 40 CFR Part 98, Subpart A—Mandatory Greenhouse Gas Reporting. The emission limits, throughput limitations and work practice standards along with testing, monitoring, record keeping and reporting requirements have been included in the operating permit to ensure the facility complies with all applicable Federal and State air quality regulations. These operating permit conditions have been derived from the applicable requirements of 25 Pa. Code Chapters 121—145 as well as 40 CFR Parts 60, 63, and 98. All pertinent documents used in the evaluation of the application are available for public review during normal business hours at the Department's Northcentral Regional office, 208 West Third Street, Suite 101, Williamsport, PA 17701. Appointments for scheduling a review must be made by calling 570-327-0550.

Southwest Region: Air Quality Program, 400 Waterfront Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15222-4745.

Contact: Thomas Joseph, P.E., Facilities Permitting Chief—Telephone: 412-442-4336.

04-00471: MPLX Terminals LLC (539 South Main Street, Findlay, OH 45840), for a facility-wide initial State Only Operating Permit for the operation of a bulk gasoline storage and distribution terminal, known as the Midland Terminal, located in Industry Borough, Beaver County. The facility contains air contamination sources consisting of six ''swing'' storage tanks, with storage capacities between 84,000 and 3,100,000 gallons (1 barrel petroleum = 42 US gallons), one 3,900,000 gallon, fixed roof, distillate tank, three ethanol tanks (36,600, 36,000, & 21,000 gallons), two, 42,000 gallon, biodiesel tanks, equipment for barge loading and unloading, and gasoline and distillate loading racks. Emissions are controlled by internal floating roofs and either a Vapor Recovery Unit or a Vapor Combustion Unit. Facility emissions are 49.0 tons of VOC, 7.2 tons of CO, 2.9 tons of NOx, 0.3 ton of any single HAP, and 0.5 ton of all HAPs combined, on an annual basis. The facility is subject to the applicable requirements of 25 Pa. Code Chapters 121—145. The permit includes emission limitations, and operational, monitoring, reporting, and recordkeeping requirements for the facility.

 MPLX Terminal's State Only Operating Permit renewal application, the Department's Air Quality Review Memorandum, and the proposed Air Quality State Only Operating Permit for this project are available for review by any interested party at the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, Southwest Regional Office, 400 Waterfront Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15222. To request a review of the State Only Operating Permit renewal application, to receive an electronic copy of the Department's Air Quality Review Memorandum, or to receive an electronic copy of the Department's proposed Air Quality State Only Operating Permit for this project, a person may contact Thomas Kaminski at thkaminski@pa.gov or 412.442.4000.

 Any person may submit comments, requests for the Department to hold a public hearing, or protests to the operating permit or a proposed condition thereof, by filing such submissions in writing to the Department at the Southwest Regional Office. A 30-day comment period from the date of this publication will exist for the submission of comments.

 All comments, requests for a public hearing, and protests to a proposed action, shall be filed with the Department within 30 days of the date that notice of the proposed action was published under 25 Pa. Code § 127.424 (relating to public notice). Comments, requests for a public hearing, and protests must include the name, address and telephone number of the person filing the protest, identification of the proposed permit issuance being opposed (State Only Operating Permit 04-00471) and a concise statement of the objections to the permit issuance and the relevant facts upon which the objections are based.

 A public hearing may be held in accordance with 25 Pa. Code § 127.429, if the Department, in its discretion, decides that such a hearing is warranted based on the information received. If a public hearing is held, all persons who have properly filed a protest under 25 Pa. Code § 127.426 may appear and give testimony. The applicant, the protestant and other participants will be notified of the decision to hold a hearing (and the time, place and purpose of such hearing) by publication in the newspaper or by the Pennsylvania Bulletin, or by telephone, where the Department determines such notification by telephone is sufficient.

 Comments, protests and requests for a public hearing should be directed to Martin L. Hochhauser, P.E., Air Quality Engineering Specialist, Department of Environmental Protection, Southwest Regional Office, 400 Waterfront Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15222. (mhochhause@pa.gov, fax 412-442-4194).

Northwest Region: Air Quality Program, 230 Chestnut Street, Meadville, PA 16335-3481.

Contact: David Balog, New Source Review Chief—Telephone: 814-332-6328.

24-00166: National Fuel Gas Supply Corporation (PO Box 2081, Erie, PA 16512-2081), to renew a State Only Operating Permit for the compressor station located in Highland Township, Elk County. The primary sources at the facility include 3 natural gas fueled compressor engines and a natural gas fueled emergency generator. Potential emissions are as follows: 40.95 top VOC; 43.31 tpy NOx; 35.75 tpy CO; 0.10 tpy SOx; 1.69 tpy PM-10; 1.69 tpy PM-2.5; 1.71 tpy formaldehyde; 5.46 tpy total combined HAPs; and 28,711 tpy CO2e. The facility is a Natural Minor. The compressor engines and the emergency generator are subject to 40 CFR Part 60 Subpart JJJJ, the Standards of Performance for Stationary Spark Ignition Internal Combustion Engines. The renewal permit contains emission restrictions, recordkeeping, work practice, and additional requirements to ensure compliance with the Clean Air Act and the Air Pollution Control Act.

37-00185: Universal Refractories (PO Box 97, 915 Clyde Street, Wampum, PA 16157) for renewal of the State Only Operating Permit for the non-clay refractory manufacturing facility located in Wampum Borough, Lawrence County. The sources at the facility include,4 drying ovens, refractory finishing sander # 5 (controlled by a baghouse), magnesium oxide processing (controlled by a baghouse), bulk blending (controlled by a baghouse), and miscellaneous natural gas usage. The facility is a synthetic minor due to the elective emission restriction on hazardous air pollutants of 9.9 TPY of phenol. The renewal permit contains emission restrictions, recordkeeping, work practice, and additional requirements to ensure compliance with the Clean Air Act and the Air Pollution Control Act.

62-00185: Berenfield Containers, Inc. (304 Main Avenue, Warren, PA 16365-2157) for issuance of the State Only Operating Permit for the metal drum manufacturing facility located in the City of Warren, Warren County. The sources at the facility include four (4) spray booths, three (3) curing ovens, two (2) silk screen stations, a roll coating line, a natural gas fueled emergency generator, solvent cleanup activities and miscellaneous natural gas combustion. The permit contains emission restrictions, testing, monitoring, recordkeeping, reporting, work practice, and additional requirements from plan approval 62-185A to ensure compliance with the Clean Air Act and the Air Pollution Control Act. The engine is subject to 40 CFR 63 Subpart ZZZZ pertaining to NESHAPs for Reciprocating Internal Combustion Engines. The potential emissions from the facility are 10 TPY NOx, 8.0 TPY CO, 5.0 TPY PM10, 41.0 TPY VOCs, and 5.0 TPY HAPs. The GHG (CO2e) emissions are 10,2015 TPY. The facility is a natural minor.

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