Utah Technical Support Documentation Supplement 2011: Regional Haze State Implementation Plan

Utah Technical Support Documentation Supplement (January 5, 2011)

The Utah TSD Supplement includes materials that the State relied upon in writing its Regional Haze SIP and that are not included in the WRAP TSD/TSS. They are organized according to the order in which they are cited in the SIP.

The following lists the supporting documentation referenced in the Regional Haze SIP, as it pertains to Utah. Organized by SIP Part, the footnote or referencing page is listed first, followed by the link to the actual document.

Part B: Background on the Regional Haze Rule

Footnote 4, Page 4

IMPROVE Home Page.

Footnote 6, Page 5

Grand Canyon Visibility Transport Commission. Recommendations for Improving Western Vistas. Western Governors’ Association: Denver, Colorado. (06/10/96)

Part C: Long-Term Strategy for the Clean-Air Corridor

Footnote 11, Page 10

Meteorology Subcommittee of the Grand Canyon Visibility Transport Commission. Clean Air Corridors: Framework for Identifying Regions that Influence Clean Air on the Colorado Plateau. Western Governors’ Association: Denver, Colorado. (07/95)

Footnote 13, Page 11

WRAP Policy on Clean Air Corridors, Adopted by Western Regional Air Partnership. (11/13/02)

Footnote 14, Page 13

EA Engineering, Science and Technology, Inc, for the WRAP Emissions Forum. Emissions Forum Data Reporting, Management, and Tracking System: Draft Final Report: Needs Assessment for Evaluation and Design of an Emissions Data Reporting, Management, and Tracking System. (07/03) From the WRAP Website on August 20, 2003. (Zipped File)

Part D: Long-Term Strategy for Stationary Sources

Footnote 15, Page 15

Western Regional Air Partnership. Voluntary Emissions Reduction Program for Major Industrial Sources of Sulfur Dioxide in Nine Western States and a Backstop Market Trading Program, An Annex to the Report of the Grand Canyon Visibility Transport Commission Denver, Colorado. September 29, 2000.

Footnote 17, Page 15

Center for Energy and Economic Development (CEED) vs. Environmental Protection Agency (02/18/05)

Footnote 18, Page 15

American Corn Growers Association vs. Environmental Protection Agency, (05/24/02)

Footnote 20, Page 16

E.H. Pechan & Associates, Inc. for the Western Governors’ Association. Year 2000 Point Source SO2 Emissions Analysis—9 State Western Region Report. Denver, Colorado. (05/02)

Footnote 21, Page 17

Demonstration that the SO2 Milestones Provide Greater Reasonable Progress than BART

Page 19

Memorandum of Agreement concerning the installation of the best available retrofit technology on major stationary sources in Utah that potentially impact visibility at mandatory federal class I areas, between state of Utah and U.S> department of the interior.

Page 19

WESTAR. Recommendations for Making Attribution Determinations in the Context of Reasonably Attributable BART . Report to WRAP (05/22/03)

Footnote 22, Page 19

WRAP: Stationary Source NOx and PM Emissions in the WRAP Region: An Initial Assessment of Emissions, Controls, and Air Quality Impacts. Denver, Colorado. (10/1/03)

Footnote 24, Page 22

CALMET/CALPUFF Protocol for BART Exemption Screening Analysis for Class I Areas in the Western United States

Footnote 25, Page 22

See Footnote 24.

Footnote 26, Page 22

WRAP RMC BART Modeling for Utah Draft #6 (04/21/07)

Footnote 27, Page 25

Utah Division of Air Quality Approval Orders:

Footnote 32, Page 26

“Methodology for Developing BART NOx Presumptive Limits” EPA Clean Air Market Division June 15, 2005 HQ-OAR-2002-0076-0445 “Technical Support Document for BART NOx Limits for Electric Generating Units Excel Spreadsheet, Memorandum” (04/15/05) HQ-OAR-2002-0076-0369 and HQ-OAR-2002-0076-446

Part E: Sulfur Dioxide Milestones and Backstop Trading Program

Page 30

E.1.c.(3) 2006 Base Year Inventories: 2006 Inventory

Page 38

3.a.(l)(b)(i) Report that will be Used to Determine the Non-Utility Floor Allocation

Page 47

Report Web Emissions and Allowance Tracking System (EATS) Analysis.

Part G: Long-Term Strategy for Fire Programs

Footnote 35, page 62

WRAP report: Assessing Status of Incorporating Smoke Effects into Fire Planning and Operation

2.a, page 63

Utah Smoke Management Plan (SMP)

Footnote 36, page 64

Utah State University Extension, in collaboration with the Utah Farm Bureau Federation. Agricultural Burning in Utah and the Regional Haze Rule. Logan, Utah. July 2003.

2.b.(3), page 65

Box Elder County Agricultural Burning Ordinance

Footnote 37, page 65

WRAP Fire Tracking System Policy

4, page 66

WRAP Report: Nonburning Alternatives for Vegetation and Fuel Management

4, page 66

WRAP Report: Burning Management Alternatives on Agricultural Lands in the Western United States.

5, page 66

WRAP Enhanced Smoke Management Programs for Visibility Policy

5, page 66

Utah Enhanced Smoke Management Plan (ESMP)

6, page 68

Part H: Assessment of Emissions from Paved and Unpaved Road Dust

Footnote 38, page 69

See Footnote 6.

Part I: Pollution Prevention and Renewable Energy Programs

Footnote 39, page 71

See Part B, Footnote 6, Page 5.

1, page 74

Utah Pollution Prevention Programs

2, page 74

Utah Energy Office survey

Table 17, page 82

Utility Integrated Resource Planning

Table 17, page 82

Residential Energy Efficiency Program
Utah Energy Code, 2000 International Energy Conservation Code
Utah Energy Home Rating System—National Testing/Training Procedures and Protocols

Table 17, page 82

Footnote 41, page 85

WRAP Air Pollution Prevention Forum Report: Economic Assessment of Implementing the 10/20 Goals and Energy Efficiency Recommendations. Draft Report of October, 2002.

Footnote 42, page 88

See Footnote 41.

Table 19, page 92

Utility Integrated Resource Planning Program

Table 19, page 92

Utah Net Metering Program

Table 19, page 92

Table 19, page 92

Renewable Energy Systems Tax Credit

Footnote 45, page 92

Renewable Energy Atlas of the West: A Guide to the Region’s Resource Potential

Part J: Other GCVTC Recommendations

Footnote 47, page 101

See Part B, Footnote 6.

Footnote 48, 101

Utah Division of Air Quality report to the EPA and the public, to satisfy the requirement of 40CFR51.309 (d)(q). December 2003.

Part K: Projection of Visibility Improvement

Footnote 49, page 113

Phase III Oil and Gas Inventory

Footnote 51, page 114

WRAP Technical Analysis Forum, Technical Recommendations on Monitoring Metrics for Regional Haze Planning , 3/23/2007.