Mich. Admin. Code R. 336.1116 - Definitions; P

Current through Register Vol. 21-17, October 1, 2021

Rule 116. As used in these rules:

(a) "Packaging rotogravure printing" means rotogravure printing upon a substrate that, in subsequent operations, is formed into a packaging product or label, or both.
(b) "Paint manufacturing" means the grinding or mixing of a combination of pigments, resins, and liquids to produce a surface coating as listed in standard industrial classification code 2851.
(c) "Particulate matter" means any air contaminant existing as a finely divided liquid or solid, other than uncombined water, as measured by a reference test specified in R 336.2004(5) or by an equivalent or alternative method.
(d) "Perchloroethylene dry cleaning equipment" means equipment utilized in the cleaning of fabrics for which perchloroethylene (tetrachloroethylene) is the predominant cleaning medium.
(e) "Performance test" means the taking of a source sample at a stationary source, employing department-approved methods, to determine either of the following:
(i) Compliance with the department's rules, orders, or emission limitations.
(ii) Compliance with the conditions of a permit to install or renewable operating permit.
(f) "Permit to install" means a permit issued by the department authorizing the construction, installation, relocation, or alteration of any process, fuel-burning, refuse-burning, or control equipment in accordance with approved plans and specifications.
(g) "Permit to operate" means a permit issued by the department authorizing the use of any process, fuel-burning, refuse-burning, or control equipment for the period indicated after it has been demonstrated that it can be operated in compliance with these rules. The requirement to obtain a permit to operate was removed from these rules effective July 26, 1995. Permits to operate issued before that date remain in effect and legally enforceable unless they are voided pursuant to R 336.1201(6).
(h) "Person" means any of the following:
(i) An individual person.
(ii) Trustee.
(iii) Court-appointed representative.
(iv) Syndicate.
(v) Association.
(vi) Partnership.
(vii) Firm.
(viii) Club.
(ix) Company.
(x) Corporation.
(xi) Business trust.
(xii) Institution.
(xiii) Agency.
(xiv) Government corporation.
(xv) Municipal corporation.
(xvi) City.
(xvii) County.
(xviii) Municipality.
(xix) District.
(xx) Other political subdivision, department, bureau, agency, or instrumentality of federal, state, or local government.
(xxi) Other entity recognized by law as the subject of rights and duties.
(i) "Petroleum" means the crude oil removed from the earth and the oils derived from tar sands, shale, and coal gasification or liquefaction.
(j) "Petroleum refinery" means any facility engaged in producing gasoline, kerosene, distillate fuel oils, residual fuel oils, lubricants, or other products through distillation of petroleum or through redistillation, cracking, or the reforming of unfinished petroleum derivatives.
(k) "PM-10" means particulate matter that has an aerodynamic diameter less than or equal to a nominal 10 micrometers, as measured by a reference test specified in 40 C.F.R. part 51, appendix M, adopted by reference in R 336.1902. PM-10 emissions shall include gaseous emissions from a source or activity which condense to form particulate matter at ambient temperatures. Such condensable particulate matter shall be accounted for in applicability determinations and in establishing emissions limitations for PM-10.
(l) "PM 2.5" means particulate matter that has an aerodynamic diameter less than or equal to a nominal 2.5 micrometers, as measured by a reference test specified in 40 C.F.R. part 51, appendix M, adopted by reference in R 336.1902. PM 2.5 emissions shall include gaseous emissions from a source or activity that condense to form particulate matter at ambient temperatures. Such condensable particulate matter shall be accounted for in applicability determinations and in establishing emissions limitations for PM 2.5.
(m) "Potential emissions" means those emissions expected to occur without control equipment, unless this control equipment is, aside from air pollution control requirements, vital to production of the normal product of the source or to its normal operation. Annual potential emissions shall be based on the maximum annual-rated capacity of the source, unless the source is subject to enforceable permit conditions or enforceable orders that limit the operating rate or the hours of operation, or both. Enforceable agreements or permit conditions on the type or amount of materials combusted or processed shall be used in determining the potential emission rate of a source.
(n) "Potential to emit" means the maximum capacity of a stationary source to emit an air contaminant under its physical and operational design. Any physical or operational limit on the capacity of the stationary source to emit an air contaminant, including air pollution control equipment and restrictions on the hours of operation or the type or amount of material combusted, stored, or processed, shall be treated as part of its design only if the limit, or the effect it would have on emissions, is legally enforceable. Secondary emissions shall not count in determining the "potential to emit" of a stationary source. For hazardous air pollutants that have been listed pursuant to Section 112(b) of the clean air act, quantifiable fugitive emissions shall be included in determining the potential to emit of any stationary source. For all other air contaminants, quantifiable fugitive emissions shall be included in determining the "potential to emit" of a stationary source only if the stationary source belongs to 1 of the following categories:
(i) Coal cleaning plants that have thermal dryers.
(ii) Kraft pulp mills.
(iii) Portland cement plants.
(iv) Primary zinc smelters.
(v) Iron and steel mills.
(vi) Primary aluminum ore reduction plants.
(vii) Primary copper smelters.
(viii) Municipal incinerators capable of charging more than 50 tons of refuse per day.
(ix) Hydrofluoric, sulfuric, or nitric acid plants.
(x) Petroleum refineries.
(xi) Lime plants.
(xii) Phosphate rock processing plants.
(xiii) Coke oven batteries.
(xiv) Sulfur recovery plants.
(xv) Carbon black plants that have a furnace process.
(xvi) Primary lead smelters.
(xvii) Fuel conversion plants.
(xviii) Sintering plants.
(xix) Secondary metal production plants.
(xx) Chemical process plants. The term chemical process plant does not include ethanol production facilities that produce ethanol by natural fermentation included in North American industrial classification system codes 325193 or 312140.
(xxi) Fossil fuel boilers (or combination thereof) totaling more than 250,000,000 Btu per hour heat input.
(xxii) Petroleum storage and transfer units that have a total storage capacity of more than 300,000 barrels or petroleum storage vessels that have a capacity of more than 40,000 gallons.
(xxiii) Taconite ore processing plants.
(xxiv) Glass-fiber processing plants.
(xxv) Charcoal production plants.
(xxvi) Fossil fuel-fired steam electric plants of more than 250,000,000 Btu per hour heat input.
(xxvii) Asphalt concrete plants.
(xxviii) Secondary lead smelters and refineries.
(xxix) Sewage treatment plants.
(xxx) Phosphate fertilizer plants.
(xxxi) Ferroalloy production plants.
(xxxii) Grain elevators.
(xxxiii) Stationary gas turbines.
(xxxiv) Stationary sources that are subject to the federal national emission standards for hazardous air pollutants for the following materials:
(A) Asbestos.
(B) Beryllium.
(C) Mercury.
(D) Vinyl chloride.
(o) "PPM" means parts per million, by volume.
(p) "Printed interior panel" means a panel that has its grain or natural surface obscured by fillers and basecoats and upon which a simulated grain or decorative pattern is printed.
(q) "Process" means an action, operation, or a series of actions or operations at a source that emits or has the potential to emit an air contaminant. Examples of a "process" include any of the following:
(i) A physical change of a material.
(ii) A chemical change of a material.
(iii) The combustion of fuel, refuse, or waste material.
(iv) The storage of a material.
(v) The handling of a material.
(r) "Process equipment" means all equipment, devices, and auxiliary components, including air pollution control equipment, stacks, and other emission points, used in a process.
(s) "Process unit turnaround" means the scheduled shutdown of a refinery process unit for the purpose of inspection or maintenance of the unit.
(t) "Production equipment exhaust system" means a device for collecting and removing, from the immediate area, fugitive air contaminants from any process equipment.
(u) "Psia" means pounds per square inch absolute.
(v) "Publication rotogravure printing" means rotogravure printing upon a substrate that is subsequently formed into any of the following:
(i) Book.
(ii) Magazine.
(iii) Catalogue.
(iv) Brochure.
(v) Directory.
(vi) Newspaper.
(vii) Supplement.
(viii) Other type of printed material.
(w) "Pushing operation," with respect to coke ovens, means the movement of the coke from a coke oven into the coke-receiving car.
(x) "Pushside," with respect to a coke oven, means that side of the coke oven that is adjacent to the pushing machine.

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Mich. Admin. Code R. 336.1116
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