Air Toxics Notebook
Gasoline Dispensing Facilities -  Subpart CCCCCC

Applicability: eCFR Subpart CCCCCC [ecfr.gov]

Subpart CCCCCC applies to gas dispensing facilities, such as retail gas stations, that are area sources* of Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPs). This includes sources adding gasoline to fuel tanks of motor vehicles, nonroad engines, and nonroad vehicles. These facilities include, but are not limited to, facilities that dispense gasoline into on- and off-road, street, or highway motor vehicles, lawn equipment, boats, test engines, landscaping equipment, generators, pumps, and other gasoline-fueled engines and equipment.

*An area source of HAP has the potential to emit <10 tons per year (tpy) of a single HAP or <25 tpy of a combination of HAPs.
Rules apply to small, area sources? Yes
Known Sources in NDEQ Jurisdiction:
    (See attached file: 6C - NESHAP Initial Notifications Received - 2013-04-19.pdf)

SizeFile Name
384 KB 6C - NESHAP Initial Notifications Received - 2013-04-19.pdf
Date of Original Final Rule: 1/10/08
Amendments Dates: 01/24/2011 - Final amendments & clarifications
03/07/2008 - Correction
State Regulations (Title 129): Title 129, Chapter 28, Section 001.106
Federal Regulations: 40 CFR 63.11110
Related Rules:

NSPS – 40 CFR Part 60

Subpart Ka or Kb - Petroleum Liquid Storage
Subpart XX – Bulk Gasoline Terminals (loading racks)

NESHAP - 40 CFR Part 63
Regulations and Federal Registers:
    eCFR Subpart CCCCCC [ecfr.gov]

    (See attached file: 6B, 6C - Fed. Reg. 01-24-2011 - final amendments.pdf)

    (See attached file: 6B, 6C - Fed Reg 12-15-2009 - proposed rule.pdf)

    (See attached file: 6B, 6C - Final Rule 01-10-08.pdf)

    (See attached file: 6B, 6C - Correction 03-07-08.pdf)

    (See attached file: 6B, 6C - Proposed Rule 11-09-06.pdf)

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270 KB 6B, 6C - Fed. Reg. 01-24-2011 - final amendments.pdf
190 KB 6B, 6C - Fed Reg 12-15-2009 - proposed rule.pdf
273 KB 6B, 6C - Final Rule 01-10-08.pdf
49 KB 6B, 6C - Correction 03-07-08.pdf
222 KB 6B, 6C - Proposed Rule 11-09-06.pdf
Forms: (See attached file: 6C - Initial Notification Form.pdf)(See attached file: 6C - Initial Notification Form.docx)

(See attached file: 6C - Compliance Status Notification Form.pdf)(See attached file: 6C - Compliance Status Notification Form.docx)

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162 KB 6C - Initial Notification Form.pdf
35 KB 6C - Initial Notification Form.docx
161 KB 6C - Compliance Status Notification Form.pdf
34 KB 6C - Compliance Status Notification Form.docx
Important Dates: Source Classification
  • Existing Source = constructed or reconstructed on or before 11/9/06
  • New Source = constructed or reconstructed after 11/9/06
Initial Notification
  • None
    • <10,000 gallon monthly throughput
    • 10,000 – 100,000 gallon monthly throughput & only underground storage tanks - if complying with NE State Fire Marshall law for submerged fill and only have underground storage tanks
    • > 100,000 gallon monthly throughput
      • if operating vapor balance system that achieves 90% emission reduction or complying with management practices as stringent at Table 1 of rule and
      • above are required by enforceable state law or permit
  • Existing source = 5/9/08
  • New source = 5/9/08 or upon startup
  • Only load gasoline into nonroad engine or vehicle = 5/24/11
Compliance Dates
  • Existing source = 1/10/11
    • Only load gasoline into nonroad engine or vehicle = 1/24/14
  • New source = 1/10/08 or upon startup
    • > 100,000 gallon monthly throughput
      • Startup between 11/9/06 - 9/23/08 = 9/23/08
      • Startup after 9/23/08 = upon startup
    • Only load gasoline into nonroad engine or vehicle = 1/24/11
Compliance Status Notification
  • None
    • <10,000 gallon monthly throughput
    • 10,000 – 100,000 gallon monthly throughput & only underground storage tanks - if complying with NE State Fire Marshall law for submerged fill and only have underground storage tanks
    • > 100,000 gallon monthly throughput
      • if operating vapor balance system that achieves 90% emission reduction or complying with management practices as stringent at Table 1 of rule and
      • above are required by enforceable state law or permit
  • Within 60 days of compliance date (all sources)
Notification of Performance Test
  • 60 days prior to test
Compliance Reports
  • Annual - all sources
    • If malfunction caused or may have caused exceedence
    • By March 15 each year
  • > 100,000 gallon monthly throughput
    • Results of volumetric efficiency tests
    • Within 180 days of test date
    **** Please check with LLCHD or OAQC if you are located within Omaha city limits or Lancaster County. They may have notification and/or report requirements that differ from NDEQ.

FAQs, Fact Sheets, and Rule Summaries: (See attached file: 6C - EPA Brochure 01-2011.pdf)

(See attached file: 6C - EPA Summary - 01-2011.pdf)

EPA 6C Video [epa.gov] - explains the equipment and testing requirements; best management practices; and highlights the fittings and adaptors needed to properly capture gasoline vapors during unloading.

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103 KB 6C - EPA Brochure 01-2011.pdf
24 KB 6C - EPA Summary - 01-2011.pdf
Presentations, Training and Articles: (See attached file: 6C - KDHE SBEAP ppt 01-22-09.pdf)
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225 KB 6C - KDHE SBEAP ppt 01-22-09.pdf
Other Information and Resources:
    (See attached file: 6C - EPA email - Poppet Valves for compliance.pdf)

    Iowa DNR Area Source NESHAP website [iowadnr.gov] - fact sheets, guidance documents, webinars, compliance calendars, and presentations

    (See attached file: 6B, 6C - Proposed Settlement 06-30-09.pdf)
California Air Resource Board (CARB) Test Methods [arb.ca.gov]

EPA's Area Source Rule Website [epa.gov] contains federal register notices and implementation tools

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17 KB 6C - EPA email - Poppet Valves for compliance.pdf
64 KB 6B, 6C - Proposed Settlement 06-30-09.pdf
Notes:
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