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Control Measures for the 8-hour Ozone SIP Metropolitan Washington Air Quality Committee April 27, 2005
Process and Timeline Lists of Measures What’s on the Lists? Adding to the List Outline
Technical Advisory Committee Workgroup Identify Options Estimate Emission Reduction and Cost Assess Feasibility Use Screening Criteria Identify Priorities Process
Control Measure Timeline 2004 2007 2009 2010 2006 2005 Attain ment year All measures must be implemented by start of ozone season Finalize control strategy (winter) Identify measures for early action Adopt preliminary control strategy (summer) Identify priority measures Public meetings on control strategy (Fall) Submit SIP (due June 15, 2007) New State regulations must be adopted Region designated NAA for 8-hr ozone
Control Measures Lists Master List of Control Measures List of Proposed Priority Measures Innovative Measures Bundle Approximately 327 measures. Stationary (41) Area (52) Nonroad (65) Mobile (169) 21 measures within the nonattainment area and in upwind contributing areas. 22 innovative measures for local implementation.
Emission Reduction –Low (0-1 tpd) –Medium (2-5 tpd) –High (>5 tpd) Cost per ton –Low (0-$2,000/ton) –Medium ($2,000 to $9,000/ton) –High (>$10,000/ton) Feasibility considers both technical and economic issues. Ranking Thresholds
Measures Implemented within the Nonattainment Area Measures for Upwind “Contributing” Areas Strategies
Option 1. Adopt OTC Model Rule (CAIR +) Option 2. Plant-by-Plant Reasonably Available Control Technology (RACT) Example: Additional Stationary Source Reductions
I-95 Corridor Truck Stop Electrification (TSE) Engine Control Module (ECM) Recalibration Example: OTC Corridor Strategy
Develop voluntary agreement to cap emissions at the region’s airports. Ground Service Equipment, Ground Access Equipment, Gate Electrification National, Dulles, and BWI Example: Airport Emissions Cap
Portable Fuel Containers Solvent Cleaning Mobile Equipment Repair and Refinishing AIMs Consumer Products Example: Expand OTC Measures to Upwind Counties
Option 1. Sector Reasonably Available Control Technology (RACT) Option 2. Source-by-Source Best Available Control Technology (BACT) Example: Expand NOx and VOC Controls to Upwind Counties
Implement under EPA’s voluntary measures guidance. Include programs being implemented at the local level (energy efficiency, renewable energy, pollution prevention, clean fuel vehicles, diesel retrofits). Innovative Measures Bundle
Coordinate with IAQC on Upwind Controls Complete Draft Priority Measures Report Document Emission Reduction and Cost for each Priority Measure MWAQC Reviews Prelimin. Control Measures – May 25, 2005 Master List is a living document, suggestions always welcome. Next Steps
Providing Input to Process Send Suggestions to: MWAQCPublicComment@mwcog.org Contacts Jeff King Air Quality Planner firstname.lastname@example.org 202-962-3238 Joan Rohlfs, Chief Air Quality Planning email@example.com 202-962-3358
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