40 CFR Appendix Table 5 to Subpart OOO of Part 63, Reports Required by This Subpart

Table 5 to Subpart OOO of Part 63 - Reports Required by This Subpart
Reference Description of report Due date
§ 63.1400(j) and Subpart A of this part Refer to Table 1 and Subpart A of this part Refer to Subpart A of this part.
63.1417(d) Precompliance Report Existing affected sources - 12 months prior to the compliance date. New affected sources - with application for approval of construction or reconstruction.
63.1417(e) Notification of Compliance Status Within 150 days after the compliance date.
63.1417(f) Periodic Reports Semiannually, no later than 60 days after the end of each 6-month period. See § 63.1417(f)(1) for the due date for the first report.
63.1417(f)(12) Quarterly reports upon request of the administrator No later than 60 days after the end of each quarter.
63.1417(g) Start-up, shutdown, and malfunction reports Semiannually (same schedule as Periodic reports).
63.1417(h)(1) Notification of storage vessel inspection As specified in 40 CFR part 63 , subpart WW.
63.1417(h)(2) Site-specific test plan 90 days prior to planned date of test.
63.1417(h)(3) Notification of planned performance test 30 days prior to planned date of test.
63.1417(h)(4) Notification of change in primary product As specified in § 63.1400 (g)(7) or (g)(8).
63.1417(h)(5) Notification of added emission points 180 days prior to the appropriate compliance date.
63.1417(h)(6) Notification that a small control device has been redesignated as a large control device Within 60 days of the redesignation of control device size.
63.1417(h)(7) Notification of process change Within 60 days after performance test or applicability assessment, whichever is sooner.
63.1417(h)(8) Electronic reporting Within 60 days after completing performance test.

a Note that the APPU remains subject to this subpart until the notification under § 63.1400(g)(7) is made.

[ 65 FR 3290, Jan. 20, 2000, as amended at 79 FR 60935, Oct. 8, 2014]

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