Ohio Admin. Code 3745-18-02 - General countywide emission limits

No owner or operator of any coal-fired steam generating unit in the following counties shall cause or permit the emission of sulfur dioxide from any source to exceed the following limits:

(A)
(1) For sources in Adams county, a maximum of 3.6 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(2) For sources in Ashland county, a maximum of 7.2 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(3) For sources of Auglaize county, a maximum of 2.6 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(B)
(1) For sources in Belmont county, a maximum of 4.5 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(2) For sources in Brown county, a maximum of 3.6 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(C)
(1) For sources in Carroll county, a maximum of 4.5 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(2) For sources in Champaign county, a maximum of 3.6 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(3) For sources in Clark county, a maximum of 3.6 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(4) For sources in Clermont county, a maximum of 3.6 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(5) For sources in Clinton county, a maximum of 3.6 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(6) For sources in Columbiana county, a maximum of 4.4 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(7) For sources in Coshocton county, a maximum of 4.5 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(D)
(1) For sources in Darke county, a maximum of 3.6 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(2) For sources in Delaware county, a maximum of 3.6 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(E) [Reserved.]
(F)
(1) For sources in Fairfield county, a maximum of 4.5 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(2) For sources in Fayette county, a maximum of 3.6 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(3) For sources in Fulton county, a maximum of 2.6 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(G)
(1) For sources in Geauga county, a maximum of 7.2 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(2) For sources in Guernsey county, a maximum of 4.5 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(H)
(1) For sources in Hancock county, a maximum of 2.6 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(2) For sources in Hardin county, a maximum of 2.6 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(3) For sources in Harrison county, a maximum of 4.5 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(4) For sources in Henry county, a maximum of 2.6 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(5) For sources in Highland county, a maximum of 3.6 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(6) For sources in Hocking county, a maximum of 4.5 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(7) For sources in Holmes county, a maximum of 4.5 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(8) For sources in Huron county, a maximum of 8.0 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(I) [Reserved.]
(J) For sources in Jackson county, a maximum of 4.5 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(K) For sources in Knox county, a maximum of 4.5 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(L)
(1) For sources in Lawrence county, a maximum of 4.5 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(2) For sources in Licking county, a maximum of 4.5 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(3) For sources in Logan county, a maximum of 3.6 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(M)
(1) For sources in Madison county, a maximum of 3.6 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(2) For sources in Marion county, a maximum of 6.1 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(3) For sources in Medina county, a maximum of 8.0 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(4) For sources in Meigs county, a maximum of 4.5 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(5) For sources in Mercer county, a maximum of 8.0 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(6) For sources in Monroe county, a maximum of 4.5 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(7) For sources in Morgan county, a maximum of 4.5 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(8) For sources in Morrow county, a maximum of 2.6 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(N) For sources in Noble county, a maximum of 4.5 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(O) [Reserved.]
(P)
(1) For sources in Perry county, a maximum of 4.5 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(2) For sources in Pickaway county, a maximum of 3.6 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(3) For sources in Pike county, a maximum of 7.0 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(4) For sources in Portage county, a maximum of 7.2 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(5) For sources in Preble county, a maximum of 3.6 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(6) For sources in Putnam county, a maximum of 2.6 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(Q) [Reserved.]
(R) For sources in Richland county, a maximum of 7.1 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(S)
(1) For sources in Scioto county, a maximum of 6.9 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(2) For sources in Shelby county, a maximum of 3.6 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(T) [Reserved.]
(U) For sources in Union county, a maximum of 3.6 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(V)
(1) For sources in Van Wert county, a maximum of 2.6 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(2) For sources in Vinton county, a maximum of 4.5 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(W)
(1) For sources in Warren county, a maximum of 3.6 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(2) For sources in Wood county, a maximum of 2.6 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.
(3) For sources in Wyandot county, a maximum of 2.6 pounds of sulfur dioxide per MM Btu actual heat input.

Notes

Ohio Admin. Code 3745-18-02
Effective: 2/3/2022
Five Year Review (FYR) Dates: 11/09/2026
Promulgated Under: 119.03
Statutory Authority: 3704.03(E)
Rule Amplifies: 3704.03(A), 3704.03(E)

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