State Implementation Plan (SIP) - Emissions Inventory

Ohio EPA is required under the Clean Air Act (CAA) to submit an inventory as part of certain SIP actions, for example attainment demonstrations. Those inventories are incorporated into the individual SIP documents found throughout the SIP website.  Additional information on Ohio’s emissions inventory can also be found at: http://www.epa.ohio.gov/dapc/aqmp/eiu/eis.aspx.

On June 7, 2010, Ohio EPA submitted a revision to its SIP to incorporate emissions from emissions units shut down prior to the 2005 base year SIP inventories that had been previously submitted as a part of PM2.5 and ozone SIP actions.  

On May 7, 2013, Ohio EPA withdrew our June 7, 2010, SIP revision request identified in the tables below. This information is being retained on this webpage at this time for historical purposes only.

  

Letter to U.S. EPA

Attachment Category

Sub-category for Each Attachment

June 7, 2010

1. LADCO Modeling Technical Support Document

Air Quality Analyses for Ozone and PM2.5: Effect of Banked Emissions in Ohio (Attainment)

 

2. ERC Ceiling Level by County

Table 1: A list of total tons, by pollutant, that were modeled for each county and which will be the ceiling level of available ERCs in each county

 

3. Potential ERCs by County

Table 2: A list of potential ERCs by county

 

4. Revised PM2.5 Attainment Demonstration*

Document: State of Ohio fine particulate (PM2.5) State Implementation Plan for Ohio’s nonattainment Areas (revised June 7, 2010)

 

Table 5: 2009 PM2.5 nonattainment areas annual emission inventory (in tpy) (amended for ERC)

 

Table 6: 2009 statewide annual emission inventory (in tpy) (amended for ERC)

 

Table 7: 2005 emission inventories for Ohio PM2.5 nonattainment areas (tpy)

Table 8: summary 2009 emission inventories for Ohio PM2.5 nonattainment areas (tpy)

 

Table 9: summary of change in emission inventories from 2005 to 2009 for Ohio PM2.5 nonattainment areas (tpy)

 

5. Ozone Tables

Table 1A and 1B: 2005 ozone nonattainment areas annual emission inventory (in tpy) and summer day emission inventory (in tsd)

 

Table 2A and 2B: 2005 statewide annual ozone emission inventory (in tpy)and summer day ozone emission inventory (in tsd)

 

Table 3A and 3B: 2009 ozone non-attainment areas annual emissions inventory (in tpy) and summer day emission inventory (in tsd)

 

Table 4A and 4B: 2009 statewide annual ozone emission inventory (in tpy) and summer day ozone emission inventory (in tsd)

 

Tables 5-7: summary tables comparing annual emission inventories for 2005 to 2009 (tpy)

 

Table 8-10: summary tables comparing summer day emission inventories for 2005 to 2009 (tsd)

     

 

*To see the full PM2.5 attainment demonstration SIP, please click here.

 

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