State Implementation Plan (SIP) - 2008 Eight-hour Ozone Standard

Nonattainment Area Recommendation

Letter to U.S. EPA

Document

Appendix(s)

Public Hearing Results

U.S. EPA 

(120-day) Response

Ohio EPA Response

Other Communications

Final Rule Date and FR Notice

Effective Date

March 9, 2009

February 2009

Summary

February 2009

A-I

See  Appendix I

Dec. 9, 2011

Letter

 

Dec. 9, 2011

TSD 

 

Not Applicable

May 21, 2012
77 FR 30088

July 20, 2012

                 


Attainment Demonstration

Ohio's nonattainment areas under the 2008 ozone standard are all classified as “marginal.” Under section 182(a) of the Clean Air Act Amendments, marginal areas have up to three years from designation to attain the National Ambient Air Quality Standard (July 20, 2015), and are not required to submit a traditional attainment demonstration. Marginal areas are required to submit only the emissions inventory and an emissions statement program to satisfy the attainment demonstration requirements.

Area

Letter to U.S. EPA

Documents

Appendix(s)

Public Hearing Results 

Other Communication

Proposed Rule Date and FR Notice

Final Rule Date and FR Notice

Effective Date

Cincinnati,
Columbus, and
Cleveland-Akron-Lorain
July 18, 2014
July 2014  A-N
See Appendix N Feb. 20, 2015 Cleveland-Akron-Lorain One-year Extension Request

Mar. 19, 2015 Supplemental to the One-year Extension

Sept. 16, 2015
Ohio Comments on Proposed FR for Extension
Aug. 27, 2015
80 FR 51992
Extension Request

Mar. 10, 2016
81 FR 12626


Mar. 10, 2016
81 FR 12591

May 4, 2016
81 FR 26697
Extension Request


May 9, 2016


June 3, 2016





                 


Clean Data Requests, Redesignations and Maintenance Plans



Nonattainment Area

Original Classification

Letter to U.S. EPA

Document

Appendix(s)

Public Hearing Results

Other Communication

Proposed Rule Date and FR Notice

Final Rule Date and FR Notice

Effective Date

Columbus

Marginal

Feb. 20, 2015 Clean Data Request
      Sept. 16, 2015
Ohio Comments on Proposed FR for Clean Data
Aug. 27, 2015
80 FR 51992 
May 4, 2016
81 FR 26697 
June 3, 2016
Columbus Marginal June 16, 2016
Redesignation/ Maintenance Plan
June 2016

 A-D
    Sep. 28, 2016
81 FR 66578
Dec. 21, 2016
81 FR 93631
Dec. 21, 2016

Cincinnati

Marginal

Mar. 13, 2015
Clean Data Request
      Sept. 16, 2015
Ohio Comments on Proposed FR for Clean Data
Aug. 27, 2015
80 FR 51992
May 4, 2016
81 FR 26697
June 3, 2016
Cincinnati Marginal Apr. 21, 2016
Redesignation/ Maintenance Plan
Apr. 2016
 A-E     Sep. 28, 2016
81 FR 66602
Dec. 16, 2016
81 FR 91035
Dec. 16, 2016

Cleveland-Akron-Lorain

Marginal

July 6, 2016
Redesignation/ Maintenance Plan
July 2016

A-C     Oct. 17, 2016
81 FR 71444
Jan. 6, 2017
82 FR 1603
Jan. 6, 2017

Cleveland-Akron-Lorain

Marginal   Clean Data Determination
(None submitted by Ohio EPA)
      June 27, 2016
81 FR 41497
Clean Data Determination
June 27, 2016
81 FR 41444
Clean Data Determination
Aug. 26, 2016
                   

 

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