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PUBLIC WATER SUPPLY (PWS) PERMITS

 Under the Pennsylvania Safe Drinking Water Act (35 P.S. §§ 721.1—721.17), the following parties have applied for PWS permits to construct or substantially modify public water systems.

 Persons wishing to comment on permit applications are invited to submit statements to the office listed before the application within 30 days of this public notice. Comments received within this 30-day comment period will be considered in the formulation of the final determinations regarding an application. A comment 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. A public hearing may be held after consideration of comments received during the 30-day public comment period.

 Following the comment period, the Department will make a final determination regarding the proposed permit. Notice of this final determination will be published in the Pennsylvania Bulletin at which time this determination may be appealed to the Environmental Hearing Board.

 The permit application and related documents are on file at the office listed before the application and available for public review. Arrangements for inspection and copying information should be made with the office listed before the application.

 Persons with a disability that require an auxiliary aid, service or other accommodations to participate during the 30-day public comment period should contact the office listed before the application. TDD users may contact the Department through the Pennsylvania AT&T Relay Service at (800) 654-5984.

SAFE DRINKING WATER


Applications Received Under the Pennsylvania Safe Drinking Water Act.

Southeast Region: Safe Drinking Water Supply Management Program Manager, 2 East Main Street, Norristown, PA 19401.

Permit No. 1517523, Public Water Supply.

Applicant Chester Water Authority
415 Welsh Street
Chester, PA 19013
Township Kennett
County Chester
Responsible Official Brian P. MacEwen
P.O. Box 467
Chester, PA 19016
Type of Facility PWS
Consulting Engineer Tim Daily
Pennoni
1900 Market Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Application Received Date October 10, 2017
Description of Action Upgrade of the three booster's pumps at the Norway Booster Station from 400 gpm each to 800 gpm each. And construction of a 1.5 million gallon on grade steel drinking water storage tank at the Norway Tank Site.

Permit No. 0917524, Public Water Supply.

Applicant Delaware Valley University
700 E. Butler Avenue
Doylestown, PA 18901
Township Doylestown
County Bucks
Responsible Official Joseph Cuckavan
Delaware Valley University
700 E. Butler Avenue
Doylestown, PA 18901
Type of Facility PWS
Consulting Engineer Boucher & James
559 Main Street
Bethlehem, PA 18018
Application Received Date November 3, 2017
Description of Action Installation of sequestering and pH, not plt. adjustment equipment for corrosion control treatment.

Northeast Region: Safe Drinking Water Program Manager, 2 Public Square, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18701.

Application No. 3917512, PWS Major Amendment.

Applicant Lehigh County Authority
PO Box 3348
Allentown, PA 18106-3348
Township or Borough Upper Macungie Township
Lehigh County
Responsible Official Liesel M. Gross
Lehigh County Authority
1053 Spruce Street
PO Box 3348
Allentown, PA 18106-3348
Type of Facility Public Water Supply
Consulting Engineer Robert A. Koechert, P.E.
Johnson, Mirmiran and Thompson
1600 Market Street, Suite 520
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Application Received Date November 14, 2017
Description of Action Construction of a new booster pumps station.

Southcentral Region: Safe Drinking Water Program Manager, 909 Elmerton Avenue, Harrisburg, PA 17110.

Permit No. 3617517, Public Water Supply.

Applicant Quarryville Congregation of Jehovah's Wittnesses
Municipality Colerain Township
County Lancaster
Responsible Official Timothy L. Fritz, Coordinator of Body of Elders
8 Cobblestone Drive
Willow Street, PA 17584
Type of Facility Public Water Supply
Consulting Engineer Charles A. Kehew II, P.E.
James R. Holley & Associates, Inc.
18 South George Street
York, PA 17401
Application Received: 11/7/2017
Description of Action Installation of facilities for removal of nitrates.

Permit No. 2817508 MA, Minor Amendment, Public Water Supply.

Applicant Greencastle Area, Franklin County, Water Authority
Municipality Greencastle Borough
County Franklin
Responsible Official Julian Miraglia, Chairperson
75 Grace Boulevard
Morgantown, PA 19543
Type of Facility Public Water Supply
Consulting Engineer Jamie R. Shambaugh, P.E.
Gannett Fleming, Inc.
PO Box 67100
Harrisburg, PA 17106-7100
Application Received: 11/6/2017
Description of Action Installation of a bulk water loading station.

Permit No. 5017506 MA, Minor Amendment, Public Water Supply.

Applicant Newport Borough Water Authority
Municipality Newport Borough
County Perry
Responsible Official Dean Miller, Operator
497 North Front Street
Newport, PA 17074-1409
Type of Facility Public Water Supply
Consulting Engineer Kevin L. Little, P.E.
Barton & Loguidice DPC
3901 Hartzdale Drive
Camp Hill, PA 17013
Application Received: 11/14/2017
Description of Action

Southwest Region: Safe Drinking Water Program Manager, 400 Waterfront Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15222-4745.

Permit No. 6517531, Public Water Supply.

Applicant Municipal Authority of Westmoreland County
124 Park & Pool Road
New Stanton, PA 15672
[Township or Borough] Bell Township
Responsible Official Michael Kukura, Resident Manager
Municipal Authority of Westmoreland County
124 Park & Pool Road
New Stanton, PA 15672
Type of Facility Water system
Consulting Engineer Municipal Authority of Westmoreland County
124 Park & Pool Road
New Stanton, PA 15672
Application Received Date November 6, 2017
Description of Action Installation of re-circulators in the Beaver Run Reservoir.

Permit No. 2617520, Public Water Supply.

Applicant Municipal Authority of the Township of Washington
1390 Fayette Avenue
Belle Vernon, PA 15012
[Township or Borough] Fayette City Borough
Responsible Official Ken Klanchar, Chairman
Municipal Authority of the Township of Washington
1390 Fayette Avenue
Belle Vernon, PA 15012
Type of Facility Water system
Consulting Engineer Bankson Engineers, Inc.
267 Blue Run Road
Suite 200
Cheswick, PA 15024
Application Received Date November 6, 2017
Description of Action Discontinuation of fluoride chemicals from the water system.

Permit No. 2614505-A1, Public Water Supply.

Applicant Municipal Authority of Westmoreland County
124 Park & Pool Road
New Stanton, PA 15672
[Township or Borough] Wall Borough
Responsible Official Michael Kukura, Resident Manager
Municipal Authority of Westmoreland County
124 Park & Pool Road
New Stanton, PA 15672
Type of Facility Water system
Consulting Engineer Gibson-Thomas Engineering Co., Inc.
1004 Ligonier Street
PO Box 853
Latrobe, PA 15650
Application Received Date November 9, 2017
Description of Action Amendment to the construction permit for the installation of the Ross Street Pump Station.

Permit No. 0216537-A1, Public Water Supply.

Applicant Pennsylvania American Water Company
800 West Hersheypark Drive
Hershey, PA 17033
[Township or Borough] North Strabane Township
Responsible Official David Kaufmann
Pennsylvania American Water Company
800 West Hersheypark Drive
Hershey, PA 17033
Type of Facility Water system
Consulting Engineer Pennsylvania American Water Company
800 West Hersheypark Drive
Hershey, PA 17033
Application Received Date November 15, 2017
Description of Action Amendment to the construction permit for the installation of the Fox Ridge Booster Pump Station.

MINOR AMENDMENT


Applications Received Under the Pennsylvania Safe Drinking Water Act.

Southwest Region: Water Supply Management Program Manager, 400 Waterfront Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15222-4745.

Application No. 0317508MA, Minor Amendment.

Applicant Worthington-West Franklin Joint Municipal Authority
102 West Main Street
Worthington, PA 16262
[Township or Borough] West Franklin Township
Responsible Official Marcia E. Long, Chairperson
Worthington-West Franklin Joint Municipal Authority
102 West Main Street
Worthington, PA 16262
Type of Facility Water system
Consulting Engineer Bankson Engineers, Inc.
267 Blue Run Road
Suite 200
Cheswick, PA 15024
Application Received Date November 13, 2017
Description of Action Installation of approximately 13,000 feet of waterline in the Village of Craigsville.

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

Application No. 4388510-MA4, Minor Amendment.

Applicant Greenville Municipal Authority
Township or Borough West Salem Township
Responsible Official Carol Paul
Type of Facility Public Water Supply
Consulting Engineer Nicholas O'Hallaron
Entech Engineering
400 Rouser Road
Suite 200
Coraopolis, PA 15108
Application Received Date November 3, 2017
Description of Action Improvements and modifications to water storage tanks.

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.

Southeast Region: Water Supply Management Program Manager, 2 East Main Street, Norristown, PA 19401.

WA-09-959B Water Allocations. Warrington Township, 852 Easton Road, Warrington, PA 18976, Warrington Township, Bucks County. To increase the allowable water to be purchased from North Wales Water Authority form 900,000 gallons per day to 2,000,000 gallons per day.

LAND RECYCLING AND ENVIRONMENTAL REMEDIATION

UNDER ACT 2, 1995
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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:

Southeast Region: Environmental Cleanup Program Manager, 2 East Main Street, Norristown, PA 19401.

395 Jacksonville Road, 395 Jacksonville Road, Warminster Township, Bucks County. Richard S. Werner, Environmental Consulting, Inc., 2002 Renaissance Blvd, Suite 110, King of Prussia, PA 19406 on behalf of Gregory Rogerson, JERC Partners XLVI, LLC, 171 Route 173, Suite 201, Asbury, NJ 08802 submitted a Notice of Intent to Remediate. TCE, and vinyl chloride were detected in the groundwater on the subject property. The intended future use of the property is residential. The Notice of Intent to Remediate was published in the Public Spirit and Willow Grove Guide on October 17, 2017.

Archdiocese of Philadelphia, 66 Levittown Pkwy, Tullytown Borough, Bucks County. Jason Hanna, Langan Engineering and Environmental Services, 2700 Kelly Road, Suite 200, Warrington, PA 18769 on behalf of Robert White, Redevelopment Authority of the County of Bucks, 216 Pond Street, Bristol, PA 19007 submitted a Notice of Intent to Remediate. Based on the results of the historic site characterization data, the site soil, groundwater and soil gas may contain VOCs, SVOCs, metals, and methane. The Redevelopment Authority of the County of Bucks (RDB), the remediator, and site developer, plan on redeveloping the site into a residential property. The Notice of Intent to Remediate was published in the Bucks Courier Times on August 17, 2017.

3001, 3041 & 3051 Philmont Avenue, 3001, 3041, & 3051 Philmont Avenue, City of Philadelphia, Philadelphia County. Richard Werner, Environmental Consulting, Inc., 2002 Renaissance Blvd, Suite 110, King of Prussia, PA 19406 on behalf of Peter J. Clelland, BT Philmont LP, 200 Witmer Road, Suite 200, Horsham, PA 19044 submitted a Notice of Intent to Remediate. Soil and groundwater was contaminated with the release of VOCs. The subject property is planned to be redeveloped into a mixed-use residential and commercial property. The Notice of Intent to Remediate was published in The Global on September 11, 2017.

1242 Baltimore Pike, 1242 Baltimore Pike, Middletown Township, Delaware County. Thomas A. Petrecz, Penn Environmental & Remediation, Inc., 2755 Bergey Road, Hatfield, PA 19440 on behalf of Kathryn MacKee Black, The McKee Group, 940 West Sproul Road, Suite 301, Springfield, PA 19064 submitted a Notice of Intent to Remediate. Soil and groundwater were impacted with the release of VOCs. The intended future use of the property is for commercial and retail purposes. The Notice of Intent to Remediate was published in the Daily Times and Sunday Times on October 18, 2017.

Logue Residence, 35 Lindbergh, Maple Township, Delaware County. Richard D. Trimpi, Trimpi Associates Inc., 1635 Old Plains Road, Pennsburg, PA 18073 on behalf of Mike DiBartolome, ERIE Insurance, 1400 North Providence Road, Media, PA 19063 submitted a Notice of Intent to Remediate. A release of petroleum occurred at the site with impacts to shallow soil. The current use and proposed future use of the property is residential. The Notice of Intent to Remediate was published in the Daily Times and Sunday Times on June 28, 2017.

2850-2852 North 22nd Street, 2850-2852 North 22nd Street, City of Philadelphia, Philadelphia County. Suzanne Shourds, REPSG, Inc., 6901 Kingsessing Avenue, Suite 201, Philadelphia, PA 19142 on behalf of Ronald Hinton, Allegheny West Foundation, 2330 West Allegheny Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19132 submitted a Notice of Intent to Remediate. The NIR states that soil and groundwater was impacted with the release of tetrachloroethylene and naphthalene. Proposed redevelopment plans include the comprehensive renovation of the structure for use as a restaurant. The Notice of Intent to Remediate was published in The Philadelphia News on September 29, 2017.

170 Woodhaven Drive, 170 Woodhaven Drive, Bensalem Township, Bucks County. Richard S. Werner, Environmental Consulting, Inc., 2002 Renaissance Boulevard, Suite 110, King of Prussia, PA 19406 on behalf of Anthony D. Cino, MNOP, Inc., 301 Oxford Valley Road, Suite 702, Yardley, PA 19067-7713 submitted a Notice of Intent to Remediate. Petroleum-impacted soil was encountered during the removal of a No. 2 fuel oil UST. The future use of the property will continue to be an industrial warehouse facility. The Notice of Intent to Remediate was published in The Bucks County Courier Times on September 14, 2017.

2405 Maryland Road, 2405 Maryland Road, Willow Grove Township, Montgomery County. Ed Phillips, Potomac-Hudson Environmental, Inc., P.O. Box 7 South Amboy, NJ 08879 on behalf of Tom Gough, 2405 Maryland Road Property Owner LLC, 520 US Highway 22 East, P.O. Box 6872, Bridgewater, NJ 08807 submitted a Notice of Intent to Remediate. The site soil has been found to contain vanadium and cadmium. The proposed future use of the property is residential. The Notice of Intent to Remediate was published in The Intelligencer on October 2, 2017.

805-807 West Berks Street, 805-807 West Berks Street, City of Philadelphia, Philadelphia County. Shad Manning, REPSG, Inc., 6901 Kingsessing Avenue, Second Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19142 on behalf of John Gibbons, KSK Architects Planners Historians, Inc., 2133 Arch Street, Suite 303, Philadelphia, PA 19103 submitted a Notice of Intent to Remediate. Subsurface soil investigations identified the presence of benzo(a)pyrene, lead, and vanadium. The site is being redeveloped for residential use. The Notice of Intent to Remediate was published in The Daily Local News on October 17, 2017.

Welsh Residence, 123 Residence, Lower Providence Township, Montgomery County. Richard Trimpi, Trimpi Associates, Inc., 1635 Old Plains Road, Pennsburg, PA 18073 on behalf of Jeff Welsh, JMW Real Estate Mgt. LP, 100 West Indian Lane, Norristown, PA 19403 submitted a Notice of Intent to Remediate. A release of no. 2 fuel oil impacted the soil. The impacted properties are residential. The future intended use of the site is residential. The Notice of Intent to Remediate was published in The Times Herald on September 5, 2017.

Storage Facility, 510 South Henderson Road, Upper Merion Township, Montgomery County. Jeffrey T. Bauer, Whitestone Associates, Inc., 1600 Manor Drive, Suite 220, Chalfont, PA 18914 on behalf of Jesse H. Lamar, Johnson Development Associates, Inc., 535 Springfield, Avenue, Suite 100, Summit, NJ 07901 submitted a Notice of Intent to Remediate. Soil at the site was impacted with PCB, PAHs, arsenic and lead. The proposed future use of the property will be commercial.

Fancher Residence, 1206 Linden Avenue, Lower, Makefield Township, Bucks County. Sean M. Damon, Langan Engineering and Environmental Services, Inc., 2700 Kelly Road, Suite 200, Warrington, PA 18978 on behalf of Louis C. Fancher, 1206 Linden Avenue, Yardley, PA 19067 submitted a Notice of Intent to Remediate. Soil and groundwater have been contaminated with VOCs. The property will continue to be used for residential purposes in the future. The Notice of Intent to Remediate was published in The Bucks County Courier Times on August 14, 2017.

Northeast Region: Environmental Cleanup & Brown- fields Program Manager, 2 Public Square, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18701-1915.

Wallenpaupack Energy and Home Center, 2587 US Route 6, Palmyra Township, Pike County. Bluestone Environmental Inc., 196 Beach Lake Highway, Honesdale, PA 18431, on behalf of The Dime Bank, 120 Sunrise Avenue, Honesdale, PA 18431, submitted a Notice of Intent to Remediate. Soil and groundwater contamination were due to a leaking underground heating oil tanks located on the property. Future use of the site will be nonresidential. The Notice of Intent to Remediate was published in The News Eagle on November 4, 2017.

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

Roxanne Todd Property, 78 Fairview Road, New Providence, PA 17560, Providence Township, Lancaster County. Reliance Environmental, Inc., 235 North Duke Street, Lancaster, PA 17602, on behalf of Ms. Roxanne Todd, 74 Fairview Road, New Providence, PA 17560, submitted a Notice of Intent to Remediate soil contaminated with No. 2 fuel oil. The site will be remediated to the Residential Statewide Health Standard. Future use of the site will be used for residential purposes. The Notice of Intent to Remediate was published in the LNP on November 10, 2017.

Northcentral Region: Environmental Cleanup Program Manager, 208 West Third Street, Williamsport, PA 17701.

US Gypsum Company, Derry Township, Montour County. Northridge Group, Inc., P.O. Box 231, Northumberland, PA 17857, on behalf of U.S. Gypsum Company, 86 PPL Road, Danville, PA 17821, has submitted a Notice of Intent to Remediate concerning remediation of the site soil contaminated with motor oil. A summary of the Notice of Intent to Remediate was published in The Daily Item on October 23, 2017.

DETERMINATION OF APPLICABILITY FOR RESIDUAL WASTE GENERAL PERMITS


Application(s) for Determination of Applicability received under the Solid Waste Management Act (35 P.S. §§ 6018.101—6018.1003); 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 Application No. WMGR028SC007I. New Enterprise Stone & Lime Company, Inc. (NESL) has submitted an application for a Determination of Applicability under General Permit No. WMGR028. The application is for NESL's Kutztown Asphalt Plant, 210 Hinterleiter Rd., Kutztown, PA 19530 in Maxatawny Township, Berks County. This general permit authorizes the beneficial use of baghouse fines and/or scrubber pond precipitates, generated by hot-mix asphalt plants, for use as (i) an aggregate in roadway construction, (ii) a soil additive, (iii) a soil conditioner, or (iv) a component or ingredient in the manufacturing of construction products. The application was determined to be complete on November 15, 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. Public comments must be submitted within 60 days of this notice and may recommend revisions to, and approval or denial of the application.

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 De-partment, 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.

PLAN APPROVALS


Plan Approval Applications Received under the Air Pollution Control Act (35 P.S. §§ 4001—4015) and 25 Pa. Code Chapter 127, Subchapter B that may have special public interest. These applications are in review and no decision on disposition has been reached.

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

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

43-273A: Metal Litho and Laminating, LLC (242 Reynolds Industrial Park Rd, Greenville, PA 16125), application received for the installation of a thermal oxidizer control device at their facility located in Pymatuning Townships, Mercer County. The thermal oxidizer will replace an existing control device. This facility will remain a non-Title V facility after the project.


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

Southeast Region: Air Quality Program, 2 East Main Street, Norristown, PA 19401.

Contact: James A. Beach, New Source Review Chief—Telephone: 484-250-5920.

46-0297: Prudential Insurance Company of America (2101 Welsh Road, Dresher, PA 19025) a plan approval to operate four (4) existing diesel-fired generator engines to provide standby emergency power in Upper Dublin Township, Montgomery County. The primary pollutant of concern is nitrogen oxides (NOx) from the combustion process. Each engine will be restricted to 100 hours of operation per year and the facility will be classified as a synthetic minor based on its potential emissions. The plan approval will include monitoring, record keeping, and reporting requirements designed to address all applicable air quality regulations.

09-0240: Mazza Iron and Steel (60 Solar Drive, Fairless Hills, PA 19030), Falls Township, Bucks County. The Plan Approval application is for the installation and operation of an electric metal shredder and a ferrous and non-ferrous metals processing facility. The pollutant of concern is Particulate Matter (PM) as the process consists of receiving large amounts of ferrous and non-ferrous metal. The metal will be separated out through various techniques by using various process lines each giving off small amounts of PM emissions. Mazza Iron and Steel is a minor facility for PM emissions. Mazza Iron and Steel will help control PM emissions by using a water/foam injection system at the shredder. The Plan Approval will contain monitoring, recordkeeping and operating restrictions designed to minimize emissions and keep the facility operating within all applicable air quality requirements.

Northeast Region: Air Quality Program, 2 Public Square, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18711-0790.

Contact: Raymond Kempa, New Source Review Chief—Telephone: 570-826-2507.

35-00069C: Lackawanna Energy Center LLC (1 South Wacker Drive, Suite 1900, Chicago, IL 60606) Notice is hereby given under 25 Pa. Code § 127.44 and 40 CFR 52.21, that the Department of Environmental Protection (Department) intends to issue the proposed Air Quality Plan Approval 35-00069C for the purpose of satisfying the requirements of 25 Pa. Code §§ 127.201— 127.217 of plan approval 35-00069B which require the purchase of VOC and NOx ERCs. There is no change to the process equipment or control devices currently permitted under plan approval 35-00069B at their facility in Jessup Borough, Lackawanna County.

Southcentral Region: Air Quality Program, 909 Elmerton 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.

36-03209A: Bareville Woodcraft Co. (70 Farmland Road, Leola, PA 17540) for the installation of a 4.97 MMBtu/hr wood fired boiler at the wood working facility located in Upper Leacock Township, Lancaster County. The expected facility emissions as a result of the changes proposed are: PM 1.74 tpy, SOx 0.54 tpy, NOx 10.67 tpy, CO 6.53 tpy and VOCs 0.37 tpy. The facility is a State Only facility. DEP's review of the information submitted by the applicant indicates that the air contamination sources as constructed or modified will comply with all regulatory requirements pertaining to air contamination sources and the emission of air contaminants including the best available technology requirement (BAT) of 25 Pa. Code §§  127.1 and 127.12, and 40 CFR Part 63 Subpart JJJJJJ—National Emissions Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants for Industrial, Commercial, and Institutional Boilers Area Sources. Based on these findings, the Department proposes to issue a plan approval for the proposed construction. If, after the project has been implemented, the Department determines that the sources are constructed and operated in compliance with the plan approval conditions and the specification of the application for plan approval, the requirements established in the plan approval may be incorporated into an Operating Permit pursuant to the provisions of 25 Pa. Chapter 127.

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

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

10-368F: MarkWest Liberty Bluestone, LLC (1515 Arapahoe St., Suite 1600, Denver, CO 80202) for construction of additional sources at their existing natural gas processing plant in Jackson Township, Butler County. This is a Title V facility.

 Notice is hereby given pursuant to 25 Pa. Code §§ 127.44(b) and 127.424(b), that the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) intends to issue Plan Approval 10-368F to MarkWest Liberty Bluestone, LLC for the construction of additional sources at their existing Bluestone Gas Processing Plant facility located at 440 Hartmann Rd., Jackson Township, Butler County. The Plan Approval will subsequently be incorporated into the facility's Operating Permit through an administrative amendment in accordance with 25 Pa. Code § 127.450.

 Plan Approval No. 10-368F is for the construction of four (4) 1,680 bhp natural gas-fired compressor engines. Additionally, the facility has revised emission estimates associated with rod packing & crankcase blowby emissions, fugitive emissions, engine blowdowns, and emissions from the existing enclosed flare. Also, the facility has removed four (4) existing emergency generators. Based on the information provided by the applicant and DEP's own analysis, the proposed changes will result in potential emissions increases in the amount(s) of 34.99 tons of carbon monoxide, 16.46 tons of nitrogen oxides, 30.76 tons of volatile organic compounds (VOCs), 3.97 tons of particulate matter, and 3.44 tons of total Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAP) per year.

 The facility will be required to conduct stack testing of the proposed compressor engines within 180 days of startup, with retesting via portable analyzer to occur annually thereafter. The Plan Approval will contain additional testing, monitoring, recordkeeping and work practice requirements designed to keep the facility operating within all applicable air quality requirements. The subject sources will also be subject to the requirements of New Source Performance Standards, 40 CFR Part 60, Subparts JJJJ, for Stationary Spark-Ignition Internal Combustion Engines, and OOOOa, for Crude Oil and Natural Gas Facilities.

 Copies of the application, DEP's analysis, and other documents used in the evaluation are available for public inspection between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. weekdays at the address shown below. To make an appointment, contact Records Management at 814-332-6340.

 Anyone wishing to provide DEP with additional information they believe should be considered may submit the information to the address shown below. Comments must be received by the Department within 30 days of the last day of publication. Written comments should include the name, address, and telephone number of the person submitting comments, identification of the proposed Plan Approval; No. 10-368F and a concise statement regarding the relevancy of the information or any objections to issuance of the Plan Approval.

 A public hearing may be held, if the Department of Environmental Protection, in its discretion, decides that such a hearing is warranted on the comments received during the public comment period. All persons submitting comments or requesting a hearing will be notified of the decision to hold a hearing by publication in a local newspaper of general circulation or the Pennsylvania Bulletin or by telephone, where the Department determines such notification is sufficient. Written comments or requests for a public hearing should be directed to Eric Gustafson, Regional Air Quality Manager, Department of Environmental Protection, Northwest Regional Office, 230 Chestnut St., Meadville, PA 16335, 814-332-6940.

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) intends to amend operating permits issued under the Air Pollution Control Act (35 P.S. §§ 4001—4015) and regulations to construct, modify, reactivate or operate air contamination sources and associated air cleaning devices for the following facility:

OP17-000057: Menasha Packaging, LLC (601 East Erie Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19134) is proposing to amend the operating permit N14-005 to reclassify two steam boilers as natural-gas fired boilers under 40 CFR 63 Subpart JJJJJJ and modify the requirements accordingly. Under these requirements, the boilers are subject to only burn natural gas except during periods of gas curtailment, gas supply interruption, startups, or for periodic testing, maintenance, or operator training. Periodic testing, maintenance, or operator training on liquid fuel shall not exceed a combined total of 48 hours during any calendar year. The Natural Minor operating permit, N14-005, was originally issued on March 4, 2015.

OPERATING PERMITS


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

Southeast Region: Air Quality Program, 2 East Main Street, Norristown, PA 19401.

Contact: Janine Tulloch-Reid, Facilities Permitting Chief—Telephone: 484-250-5920.

15-00091: McAvoy Vitrified Brick Company (75 McAvoy Lane, PO Box 428, Phoenixville, PA 19460), located in Schuylkill Township, Chester County. This action is a renewal of the Title V Operating Permit; the current permit will expire on December 19, 2017. The facility's major emission points include a Brick Dryer and a Brick Kiln each fired by natural gas. The facility is a major source for the Hazardous Air Pollutant (HAP), Hydrogen Fluoride (HF), and an area source for all other pollutants. There are no new sources at this facility. RACT II requirements do not apply to sources at the facility; the facility is not major for VOC or NOx. The renewal contains all applicable requirements including monitoring, recordkeeping and reporting. The sources at this facility are not subject to Compliance Assurance Monitoring (CAM) pursuant to 40 CFR Part 64 because there are no control devices on sources at this facility. The source is not a major source for Greenhouse Gases (GHG).

Southcentral Region: Air Quality Program, 909 Elmerton 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.

22-05005: NRG Energy Center Paxton, LLC (100 N. 10th Street, Harrisburg, PA 17101-2440) for the boilers and engines at the facility located in the City of Harrisburg, Dauphin County. The Title V Operating Permit is undergoing a significant modification to related to the approval of a Reasonably Available Control Technology 2 (RACT 2) plan, and revision of the existing RACT 1 plan.

 In accordance with 25 Pa. Code §§ 129.91—129.100, the Department of Environmental Protection has made a preliminary determination to approve a RACT 2 plan, and to revise an existing RACT 1 plan, to be submitted as part of the State Implementation Plan (SIP) for the NRG Energy Center Paxton that supplies steam for space heating, domestic hot water heating, humidification, and industrial processes in the Harrisburg central business district and Capitol Complex.

 The proposed SIP revision does not adopt any new regulations. It incorporates the provisions and requirements contained in the RACT 2 approval, and the revised RACT 1 approval for the facility, which are intended to satisfy the requirements for the 1997 National Ambient Air Quality Standard (NAAQS) and the 2008 NAAQS for ozone.

 The proposed RACT 2 plan and revised RACT 1 plan, if approved by DEP, will be issued as a significant modification to the facility's Title V operating permit (22-05005). The relevant RACT 1 and 2 requirements will also be submitted to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for approval and incorporation into Pennsylvania's State Implementation Plan. Requirements that are not part of the RACT 1 and 2 approvals will be excluded from the SIP submittal.

 The following is a summary of the proposed RACT 1 and 2 requirements for this facility that will be submitted to the EPA as part of the SIP:

 RACT 2 Case-by-Case Requirements (to replace in their entirety the current RACT 1 requirements for the affected sources)

 032—Boiler # 13 and 033—Boiler # 14

 (1) Each of the above boilers shall not exceed the following short-term limit, except as provided in (3): 0.44 lb. NOx/MMBtu when combusting No. 6 fuel oil.

 (2) Each of the above boilers shall not exceed the following short-term limit, except as provided in (3): 0.23 lb. NOx/MMBtu when combusting Natural Gas.

 (3) Each of the above boilers shall not exceed the following short-term limit: When fuel borne nitrogen (FBN) in # 6 Oil is greater than 0.49 percent, the lb. NOx/MMBtu limits for Boilers 13 and 14 shall be calculated per the following formula, which is taken from AP-42 Table 1.3-1 Footnote (d): NOx in lb NO2/10ˆ3 gal. = 20.54 + 104.39(N) Where 'N' is weight percentage of nitrogen in # 6 Oil.

 (4) Each of the above boilers shall not exceed the following fuel usage restrictions:

 (a) No. 6 fuel oil shall be limited to 1,533,300 gallons per year based on a consecutive 12-month rolling period.

 (b) Natural Gas shall be limited to 584,000,000 cubic feet per year based on a consecutive 12-month rolling period.

 (5) Each of the boilers shall not exceed a NOx emission rate of 46.0 tpy based on a consecutive 12-month rolling period.

 (6) Each of Boilers # 13 and # 14 shall be tested once every five years for NOx as NO2. Testing shall be performed separately with No. 6 Fuel Oil and Natural Gas on each boiler. Testing may be done using either traditional stack test methods, or using a portable analyzer.

 (7) The permittee shall monthly monitor and record the nitrogen content of the No. 6 fuel oil, from the fuel supplier's certificate.

 (8) The permittee shall retain the all fuel supplier's certificate(s) including nitrogen content of the # 6 Oil for the most recent five-year period, and shall make them available to the Department upon request.

 (9) The permittee shall keep records to demonstrate compliance with (1)—(6) above as follows:

 (a) The records must include sufficient data and calculations to demonstrate that the requirements of (1)—(6) above are met.

 (b) Data or information required to determine compliance shall be recorded and maintained in a time frame consistent with the averaging period of the requirement.

 (10) The permittee shall maintain and operate each of the Boilers # 13 and # 14 in accordance with the manufacturer's specifications and with good operating practices.

 Revised RACT 1 Case-by-Case Requirements (to delete the following provisions from the current RACT 1 requirements for the affected sources)

 No. 12 Boiler (Combustion Engineering)—105 MMBtu/hr, # 6 Oil Fired

 No. 15 Boiler (Combustion Engineering)—214 MMBtu/hr, # 6 Oil Fired

 1. The sources and any associated air cleaning devices are to be:

 a. operated in such a manner as not to cause air pollution.

 7. NOx emissions from the Boiler Nos. 12 and 15 shall be calculated as per the AP-42 Emission Factors.

 14. An annual report containing the following shall be submitted to the Department's Harrisburg District Supervisor by March 1 of the following year:

 a. Monthly and annual natural gas usage for Boiler Nos. 13 and 14

 b. Monthly and annual # 6 Oil usage for Boiler Nos. 12 through 15

 c. Record of the fuel borne nitrogen (FBN) in # 6 Oil

 d. Record of sulfur content in # 6 Oil

 e. Annual record of the facility NOx and VOC emissions

 16. Each boiler shall be stack tested when the boiler's total cumulative steam generation achieves 100 percent of the boiler's annual 100 percent load factor steam generation quantity, or every four years, whichever occurs first.

 a. For No. 13 Boiler through No. 15 Boiler, the 100 percent load factor steam generation quantity is 1,314,000,000 pounds.

 b. For No. 12 Boiler, the 100 percent load factor steam generation quantity is 700,000,000 pounds.

 21. Two copies of the stack test results shall be submitted to the Department Air Quality Program Manager for review within 60 days of completion of testing. The emissions shall be reported in the following units:

 a. Concentration as Measured—part per million (ppm)

 b. Specific Output—lb/10ˆ3 gallon oil and lb/mmscf gas as applicable

 c. Total Output, Mass Rate—lb/hr

 d. Total Output, Heat Rate—lb/MMBtu

 Two Dual Fuel Internal Combustion Engines 6,300 kW/8,692 hp Natural Gas # 2 Oil Fired (Cooper) Model LSVB-20

 1. The sources and any associated air cleaning devices are to be:

 a. operated in such a manner as not to cause air pollution.

 7.a. Verification of the NOx emission standard listed in Condition 4 shall be conducted utilizing methodology outlined in 25 Pa. Code Chapter 139 and the Department's Source Testing Manual or by other means approved by the Department.

 b. The stack testing shall be performed at 30,000 megawatt hours of operation on each engine generator, or after two years, whichever occurs first.

 c. The first stack test performed after issuance of this operating permit shall be in accordance with 25 Pa. Code Chapter 139 and the Department's Source Testing Manual.

 d. Subsequent verification of NOx emission may be performed using a portable analyzer.

 8. Stack test protocol shall be submitted to the Department Air Quality Program Manager 60 days prior to stack test.

 9. The company shall notify the Department of the date and time of stack testing 15 days prior to the stack test.

 10. Two copies of the emission test results shall be submitted to the Department Air Quality Program Manager for review within 60 days of the stack test. The emissions shall be reported in the following units.

 a. Concentrations as Measured—parts per million (ppm)

 b. Specific Output—g/hp-hr

 c. Total Output, Mass Rate—lb/hr

 d. Total Output, Heat Rate—lb/MMBtu

 12. Facility shall keep the following records for the source, retain these for two years. and make them available to the Department when requested:

 c. Fuel Supplier's Certificate with percent sulfur content of # 2 Oil.

 13. The following information and document for each calendar year shall be submitted to the Department's Harrisburg District Supervisor by March 1 of the following year, as per 25 Pa. Code § 135.3(a).

 a. Sources and Facility Annual NOx and VOC Emissions

 b. Sources Operating Hours, Natural Gas Usage, and # 2 Oil Usage Computed Monthly and Annually

 14. Facility shall report to the Department Air Quality Program Manager any modification to the sources, which is expected to increase NOx, and VOC emissions from each source.

 Public Comment Details:

 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 Thomas Hanlon, Environmental Engineering Manager, Air Quality Program, at 909 Elmerton Avenue, Harrisburg, PA 17110. A 30-day comment period from the date of publication of this notice 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 RACT 1 or RACT 2 condition, including the permit number and a concise statement regarding the relevancy of the information or objections to issuance of the proposed RACT 1 or RACT 2 approvals.

 Public hearing. A public hearing will be held on January 4, 2018, at 10:00 a.m. at the DEP Southcentral Regional Office, 909 Elmerton Avenue, Harrisburg, PA 17110, to accept oral comments on the proposed permit action and the proposed SIP revision. To register to speak at the hearing, please contact Thomas Hanlon at 717-705-4862. Speakers must pre-register in order to testify at the hearing. The last day to pre-register to speak at the hearing will be December 28, 2017.

 Oral testimony at the hearing will be limited to a maximum of 5 minutes per individual and two written copies of the oral testimony are requested. Each organization is requested to designate one witness to present testimony on its behalf. Persons unable to attend the hearing, may submit three (3) copies of a written statement and exhibits within 10 days thereafter to Thomas Hanlon at 909 Elmerton Avenue, Harrisburg, PA 17110.

 All pertinent documents are available for public review between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. at the DEP Southcentral Regional Office at 909 Elmerton Avenue, Harrisburg, PA 17110. Appointments for scheduling a review may be made by calling Thomas Hanlon at 717-705-4862.

 Individuals who are in need of an accommodation for the hearing as provided for in the Americans with Disabilities Act should contact Thomas Hanlon at 717-705-4862 or make accommodations through the Pennsylvania AT&T Relay Service at 1-800-654-5984 (TDD).

06-05002: Lehigh Cement Company, LLC (537 Evansville Road, Fleetwood, PA 19522-8541) for Lehigh's Evansville Cement Plant and Quarry located in Maidencreek Township, Berks County. The Title V Operating Permit is undergoing a significant modification to incorporate 25 Pa. Code §§ 129.96—129.100 (RACT II) requirements and an emissions averaging plan in accordance with 25 Pa. Code § 129.98 for Source IDs 121 & 122 (Kilns 1 & 2).

 The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection has made a preliminary determination to approve a RACT II plan and an amendment to the State Implementation Plan (SIP) for Lehigh's Evansville Cement Plant and Quarry located in Maidencreek Township, Berks County.

 The proposed SIP revision does not adopt any new regulations. It incorporates the provisions and requirements contained in the amended RACT II approval for the facility, which are intended to satisfy the requirements for the 1997 National Ambient Air Quality Standard (NAAQS) and the 2008 NAAQS for ozone.

 The proposed amendments to the RACT II determination, if approved by DEP, are proposed be issued as a Title V Operating Permit modification. The relevant RACT II requirements will also be submitted to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for approval as a revision to Pennsylvania's State Implementation Plan. Requirements that are not part of the RACT II determination will be excluded from the SIP submittal.

 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 Thomas Hanlon, Environmental Engineering Manager, Air Quality Permitting, at 909 Elmerton Avenue, Harrisburg, PA 17110. A 30-day comment period from the date of publication of this notice 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 RACT II Operating Permit including the permit number and a concise statement regarding the relevancy of the information or objections to issuance of the proposed RACT II Plan.

 Public hearing. A public hearing will be held on January 10, 2018, at 10:00 a.m. at the DEP Southcentral Regional Office, 909 Elmerton Avenue, Harrisburg, PA 17110, to accept oral comments on the proposed permit action and the proposed SIP revision. To register to speak at the hearing, please contact Thomas Hanlon at 717-705-4862. Speakers must pre-register in order to testify at the hearing. The last day to pre-register to speak at the hearing will be January 3, 2018.

 Oral testimony at the hearing will be limited to a maximum of 5 minutes per individual and two written copies of the oral testimony are requested. Each organization is requested to designate one witness to present testimony on its behalf. Persons unable to attend the hearing, may submit three (3) copies of a written statement and exhibits within 10 days thereafter to Thomas Hanlon at 909 Elmerton Avenue, Harrisburg, PA 17110.

 All pertinent documents are available for public review between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. at the DEP Southcentral Regional Office at 909 Elmerton Avenue, Harrisburg, PA 17110. Appointments for scheduling a review may be made by calling Thomas Hanlon at 717-705-4862.

 Individuals who are in need of an accommodation for the hearing as provided for in the Americans with Disabilities Act should contact Thomas Hanlon at 717-705-4862 or make accommodations through the Pennsylvania AT&T Relay Service at 1-800-654-5984 (TDD).

07-05003: Norfolk Southern Railway Co. (200 N 4th Avenue, Altoona, PA 16601) to issue a Title V Operating Permit for the Juniata Locomotive Shops facility located in Logan Township, Blair County. The actual emissions from the facility in 2016 year are estimated at 21.2 tons of VOC; 14.8 tons of NOx; 9.8 tons of CO; 2.6 tons of HAPs and less than one ton each of PM10, PM2.5 and SOx. 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 §§ 129.96—129.100—Additional RACT Requirements for Major Sources of VOC; 25 Pa. Code § 129.52—Surface coating processes; 25 Pa. Code § 129.52d—Control of VOC emissions from miscellaneous metal parts surface coating processes, miscellaneous plastic parts surface coating processes and pleasure craft surface coatings; 25 Pa. Code § 129.63—Degreasing operations; 25 Pa. Code § 129.61—Small gasoline storage tank control (Stage I control); 25 Pa. Code § 129.62—General standards for bulk gasoline terminals, bulk gasoline plants and small gasoline storage tanks; 40 CFR Part 63, Subpart MMMM—National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants for Surface Coating of Miscellaneous Metal Parts and Products; 40 CFR Part 63, Subpart ZZZZ—National Emissions Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants for Stationary Reciprocating Internal Combustion Engines; 40 CFR Part 63, Subpart CCCCCC—National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants for Source Category: Gasoline Dispensing Facilities; 40 CFR Part 60, Subpart JJJJ—Standards of Performance for Stationary Spark Ignition Internal Combustion Engines and 40 CFR Part 60, Subpart Dc—Standards of Performance for Small Industrial-Commercial-Institutional Steam Generating Units.

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

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

42-00004: American Refining Group, Inc. (ARG) (77 North Kendall Avenue, Bradford, PA 16701). The Department intends to issue a renewal of the Title V Permit to operate the refinery located in Bradford City, McKean County. The facility's major emission sources include boilers, process heaters, a reformer, tanks, equipment leaks of VOC, gasoline loading rack, waste water separators, degreasers, emergency fire water pumps, and emergency generators. The controls include the Lo-Cat Absorber unit and Chemical Oxidizer Unit, and two flares. The facility is a major stationary source as defined in Title I, Part D of the Clean Air Act Amendments due to its potential to emit sulfur oxides, nitrogen oxides, volatile organic compounds, and hazardous air pollutants. The facility is therefore subject to the Title V Operating Permit requirements adopted in 25 Pa. Code Chapter 127, Subchapter G. The actual emissions reported by the facility for 2016 were 59.39 TPY CO, 220.98 TPY NOx, 5.17 TPY PM10, 0.72 TPY PM2.5, 277.62 TPY SOx, and 177.24 TPY VOC.

 The permit contains the Standards of Performance for New Stationary Sources (NSPS) for National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP) for the Refinery Sector Rule. The permit contains the applicable Federal and State requirements to ensure compliance with the Air Pollution Control Act. The permit incorporates the requirements of Plan Approval 42-004J and the RACT 2 presumptive requirements (Sections 129.96, 129.97, and 129.100).

 Any person wishing to provide the Department of Environmental Protection with additional information that they believe should be considered prior to the issuance of this permit may submit the information to the Department at the address shown above. A 30-day comment period, from the date of this publication, will exist for the submission of comments. Each written comment must contain the name, address and telephone number of the person submitting the comments, identification of the proposed permit (specify Permit # TV 42-00004) and concise statements regarding the relevancy of the information in the proposed permit or objections to issuance of the permit.

 A public hearing may be held, if the Department, in its discretion, decides that such a hearing is warranted based on the information received. All persons submitting comments or requesting a hearing will be notified of the decision to hold a hearing by publication in the newspaper or by the Pennsylvania Bulletin, or by telephone, where the Department determines such notification by telephone is sufficient. Written comments or requests for a public hearing should be directed to Mr. Eric A. Gustafson, Regional Air Quality Program Manager, Department of Environmental Protection, Northwest Region, 230 Chestnut Street, Meadville, PA 16335. For additional information concerning the permit or the issuance procedure, contact Mr. Matthew Williams, Facilities Permitting Chief, Air Quality Program, at the same address or phone at (814) 332-6940.


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

Southeast Region: Air Quality Program, 2 East Main Street, Norristown, PA 19401.

Contact: Janine Tulloch-Reid, Facilities Permitting Chief—Telephone: 484-250-5920.

15-00155: USSC Acquisition Corp. (150 Gordon Dr., Uwchlan Twp., PA 19141) for an initial non-Title V (State-Only) Synthetic Minor operating permit at their facility located in Uwchlan Township, Chester County. USSC manufactures seating for first responder transit vehicles, and extreme duty military vehicles, as well as water mist fire suppression systems for vehicles. USSC uses paints, solvents, and glues in the manufacturing process that contain volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and hazardous air pollutant (HAP) compounds. Based on the usage of glues and paints, the facility has the potential-to-emit (PTE) VOCs and HAPs in quantities greater than the major source thresholds and has taken restrictions to remain below the thresholds.

 The Operating Permit will contain monitoring, recordkeeping and operating restrictions designed to keep the facility operating within the allowable emissions and all applicable air quality requirements.

Southcentral Region: Air Quality Program, 909 Elmerton 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.

36-03040: Wenger Feeds, LP/Rheems Mill (101 W. Harrisburg Ave., Rheems, PA 17570) for operation of an animal feed mill in Mount Joy Township, Lancaster County. The facility potential emissions are 2.26 tons of CO, 2.69 tons of NOx, 18.0 tons of PM, 0.02 ton of SOx, 0.15 ton of VOC, and 0.05 ton of HAPs. 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 40 CFR Part 63, Subpart JJJJJJ—National Emissions Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants for Industrial, Commercial, and Institutional Boilers Area Sources, and 40 CFR Part 63 Subpart DDDDDDD—National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants for Area Sources: Prepared Feeds Manufacturing.

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

Contact: Matt Williams, Facilities Permitting Chief—Telephone: 814-332-6131.

20-00262: Generant Co., Inc. (18254 Technology Drive, Meadville, PA 16335-8380), the Department intends to issue a renewal of a Natural Minor Permit to operate a valve and pipe fittings manufacturing facility in the City of Meadville, Crawford County. The facility's emitting sources include a passivation and brass bright dip line, and a degreaser unit. The potential emissions of alkaline and nitric acid fumes are 16.13 tons per year. The emissions are controlled by a packed tower scrubber. The permit contains the requirements of the previous plan approval, emission restrictions, recordkeeping, work practice, and additional requirements to ensure compliance with the Clean Air Act and the Air Pollution Control Act.

25-00964: FMC Technologies Measurement Solutions, Inc. (1602 Wagner Ave, Erie, PA 16510-1444). The Department is providing notice that they intend to renew a State Only Natural Minor Operating Permit for the facility located in the City of Erie, Erie County. The facility's primary emission sources include: natural gas space heaters (20.6 MMBtu/hr total), two (2) paint booths, parts wash stations, a steam jenny, two (2) natural gas-fueled emergency generators, and a heat treat oven. The potential emissions of the primary pollutants from the facility are as follows: 9.66 TPY NOx, 7.02 TPY CO, 32.19 TPY VOC, 0.72 TPY PM-10 and PM-2.5, and 0.05 TPY SOx; thus, the facility is a natural minor. Emergency Generator 2 (R&D) is subject to 40 CFR Part 60 Subpart JJJJ, the New Source Performance Standards for Stationary Spark Ignition Internal Combustion Engines. The facility must elect to comply with either 25 Pa. Code § 129.52 or § 129.52d for control of VOC emissions from the paint booths. The renewal permit contains emission restrictions, recordkeeping, work practices, and additional requirements to ensure compliance with the Clean Air Act and the Air Pollution Control Act.

43-00290: Sharon Coating, LLC (277 N Sharpsville Ave, Sharon, PA 16146). The Department intends to renew a State Only Synthetic Minor Operating Permit for the steel coil manufacturing facility located in the City of Sharon, Mercer County. The facility's primary emission sources include three (3) natural gas-fired annealing furnaces, two (2) emergency diesel generators, miscellaneous natural gas usage, and two (2) parts washers. The potential emissions of the primary pollutants from the facility after permit limitations are as follows: PM-10 and PM-2.5: 3.83 TPY, NOx: 95 TPY, SOx: 0.69 TPY, CO: 45 TPY, and VOC: 4.89 TPY. The facility is a synthetic minor and has taken an emission restriction so as not to exceed 95 tons per year of NOx emissions and 45 tons per year of CO emissions. The emergency diesel generators are subject to 40 CFR Part 63, Subpart ZZZZ, NESHAP for stationary RICE. The permit will contain emission restrictions, recordkeeping, work practices, and additional requirements to ensure compliance with the Clean Air Act and the Air Pollution Control Act.

43-00354: Terralinks, Inc. (478 Beaver Road, West Pittsburgh, PA 16160), the Department intends to issue a renewal of the State Only Operating Permit for the sand processing facility in Jackson Township, Mercer County. The primary sources at the facility are a fluidized bed dryer and truck traffic and loading and unloading of trucks. Particulate matter emissions from the dryer are controlled by a cyclone and a baghouse. The facility is a Natural Minor. Potential emissions are as follows: TSP 9.6 tpy; PM10 5.9 tpy; PM2.5 5.1 tpy; NOx 1 tpy; SOx less than 1 tpy; CO 1 tpy; VOC less than 1 tpy; and HAPs less than 1 tpy. The permit contains emission restrictions, recordkeeping, work practice, and additional requirements to ensure compliance with the Clean Air Act and the Air Pollution Control Act.

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

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

S15-010: Jowitt & Rodgers Company (9400 State Road, Philadelphia, PA 19114) for operation of an abrasive grinding wheel manufacturing facility located in the City of Philadelphia, Philadelphia County. The facility's air emission sources include the solvent cleaning of tools and molds, 10 curing ovens, 16 space heaters, a gas-fired steam cleaner, and wheel and segment blow-off, cutting, and grinding.

 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 Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19104. For further information, contact Edward Wiener at (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.

OP17000058: Household Metals Inc (645 E Erie Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19134) for a machine tools and metal forming facility in the City of Philadelphia, Philadelphia County. The facility's air emission sources include two (2) JBI spray booths rated at 8,000 cfm and 5,000 cfm; four (4) Binks spray booths rated at 8,000 cfm, 7,000 cfm, 6,500 cfm, and 5,000 cfm; one (1) natural gas fired Maxon PL Washer rated at 1,000,000 BTU/hr; one (1) natural gas fired Gehn Rich Batch Oven rated at 500,000 BTU/hr; one (1) natural gas fired ACE Burnoff Oven with afterburner rated at 64 SCF; one (1) natural gas fired Vulcan Catalytic oven rated at 250,000 BTU/hr; and one (1) natural gas fired Chicago Advance Curing oven rated at 500,000 BTU/hr.

 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 Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19104. For further information, contact Edward Wiener at (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.

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