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8 Hour Ozone SIP

"The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection finalized its revision to the State Implementation Plan (SIP) to implement the 8-Hour Ozone National Ambient Air Quality Standard (NAAQS). The core of this SIP revision is the State’s demonstration that its two multi-state 8-hour ozone nonattainment areas will attain the 8-hour ozone NAAQS by their mandatory attainment date of June 15, 2010. The remainder of the SIP revision addresses the other mandatory SIP elements for 8-hour ozone (with the exception of a Reasonable Available Control Technology (RACT) analysis, which the Department of proposed on February 2, 2007 and will submit as final to the USEPA separately) and other related issues."

Both of the proposed and final SIP documents are posted on this webpage.

PROPOSAL

8-Hour Ozone Proposal Letter to EPA

Complete 8-Hour Ozone SIP

Cover, Table of Contents, and Executive Summary

Chapter 1 Ozone Sip Introduction and Background
Chapter 2 Nature of the Ozone Air Quality Problem in the Northeast – The Conceptual Model
Chapter 3 Air Quality Trends Summary
Chapter 4 Control Measures
Chapter 5 Attainment Demonstration
Chapter 6 Reasonable Further Progress (RFP)
Chapter 7 Reasonably Available Control Measure (RACM) Analysis
Chapter 8 Contingency Measures
Chapter 9 Transport Section 110
Chapter 10 Conformity
Chapter 11 Addressing 1-Hour Ozone In New Jersey
Chapter 12 Consideration of A New 8-Hour Ozone Health Standard
Chapter 13 Commitments and Requests for Future Action
Chapter 14 Conclusion

FINAL

8-Hour Ozone Final Letter to EPA

Complete 8-Hour Ozone SIP

Cover, Table of Contents, and Executive Summary

Chapter 1 Ozone Sip Introduction and Background
Chapter 2 Nature of the Ozone Air Quality Problem in the Northeast – The Conceptual Model
Chapter 3 Air Quality Trends Summary
Chapter 4 Control Measures
Chapter 5 Attainment Demonstration
Chapter 6 Reasonable Further Progress (RFP)
Chapter 7 Reasonably Available Control Measure (RACM) Analysis
Chapter 8 Contingency Measures
Chapter 9 Transport Section 110
Chapter 10 Conformity
Chapter 11 Addressing 1-Hour Ozone In New Jersey
Chapter 12 Consideration of A New 8-Hour Ozone Health Standard
Chapter 13 Commitments and Requests for Future Action
Chapter 14 Conclusion

Appendices and Attachments

Any documents that were revised for the final SIP revision are listed after the documents that were submitted as part of the proposal.

Appendix A

The Nature of the Ozone Air Quality Problem in the Ozone Transport Region: A Conceptual Description

Appendix B - Proposed

Appendix B - Final

Air Quality Trends
Appendix C1

Memorandum of Understanding Among the States of the Ozone Transport Commission Concerning the Incorporation of High Electrical Demand Day Emission Reduction Strategies into Ozone Attainment State Implementation Planning

Appendix C2 Identification and Evaluation of Candidate Control Measures, Final Technical Support Document
Appendix C3 Resolution 06-02 of the Ozone Transport Commission Concerning Coordination and Implementation of Regional Ozone Control Strategies for Various Sources (Attachment 1) (zip file)
Appendix C4 Assessment of Control Technology Options for Petroleum Refineries in the Mid-Atlantic Region
Appendix D1 TSD-li: A Modeling Protocol for the OTC SIP Quality Modeling System for Assessment of the Ozone National Ambient Air Quality Standard in the Ozone Transport Region
Appendix D2-1 USEPA Modeling Guidance (2005)
Appendix D2-2 USEPA Modeling Guidance (2007)
Appendix D3 CMAQ Modeling Documentation
Appendix D3-1 TSD-1d: 8hr Ozone Modeling using the SMOKE/CMAQ System
Appendix D3-2 OTC CMAQ Air Quality Model Configuration
Appendix D3-3 Modeling Domain Boundary
Appendix D3-4 Horizontal Grid Definition of MM5 and CMAQ Modeling Domain
Appendix D3-5 Vertical Layer Definitions for MM5 and CMAQ Modeling Domain
Appendix D3-6 Report on the Set-up and Application of the 36km CMAQ Model and the Extraction of the Boundary Conditions
Appendix D4 Metrological Modeling and Supplemental Analyses
Appendix D4-1 TSD-1a: Metrological Modeling using Penn State/NCAR 5th Generation Mesoscale Model (MM5)
Appendix D4-2 Analysis of MM5 Simulations based on three PBL schemes over the eastern US for August 6 to 16, 2002
Appendix D4-3 Numerical Experimental Analysis Data for the Year of 2002
Appendix D4-4 MM5 Model Configuration
Appendix D4-5 Horizontal Grid Definition for MM5 and CMAQ Modeling Domain
Appendix D4-6 Vertical Layer Definitions for MM5 and CMAQ Modeling Domain
Appendix D4-7 Determination of Representativeness of 2002 Ozone Season for Ozone Transport Region SIP Modeling, Final Report
Appendix D5 TSD-1b: Processing of Biogenic Emissions for OTC/MANE-VU Modeling
Appendix D6 TSD-1c: Emission Processing for the Revised 2002 OTC Regional and Urban 12 km Base Case Simulations
Appendix D7 Technical Support Document for 2002 MANE-VU SIP Modeling Inventories, Version 3 (zip file)
Appendix D8-1 TSD-1f: Future Year Emissions Inventory for 8-HR OTC Ozone Modeling (Attachments 1-2) (zip file)
Appendix D8-2 Development of Emission Projections for 2009, 2012, and 2018 for Non-EGU Point, Area, and Nonroad Sources in the MANE-VU Region, Final TSD
Appendix D9 TSD-1j: Emission Processing for OTC 2009 OTW/OTB 12 km CMAQ Simulations
Appendix D10 TSD-1e: CMAQ Model Performance and Assessment 8-HR OTC Ozone Modeling ( Attachments 1-20) (zip file)
Appendix D11 TSD-1g: Relative reduction factor (RRF) and "Modeled Attainment Test"
Appendix D12 Calculation Methodology for Alternate RRFs and DVFs

Appendix D13 - Proposed

Appendix D13 - Final

Quantification of Additional Control Measures Not Included in the 2009 BOTW Modeling (and Attachments 1-2) (zip file)
Appendix D14 Unmonitored Area Analysis from the New York Department of Environmental Conservation and the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control

Appendix E - Proposed

Appendix E - Final

RFP Projected Inventories
Appendix E Attachment 1: Point Source Inventory Projections for 2008 and 2009 (zip file)
Appendix E Attachment 2: Area Source Inventory Projections for 2008 and 2009 (zip file)
Appendix E - Proposed Attachment 3: Nonroad Source Inventory Projections for 2008 and 2009 (zip file)
  3-1: Nonroad Model Outputs (zip file)
  3-2: Aircraft LTO Calculations (zip file)
  3-3: Locomotive Calculations (zip file)
  3-4: CMV Calculations (zip file)
  3-5: VOC Final Nonroad Calculations (zip file)
  3-6: NOx Final Nonroad Calculations (zip file)
Appendix E - Final Attachment 3: Nonroad Source Inventory Projections for 2008 and 2009 (zip file)
  3-1: Nonroad Model Outputs (zip file)
  3-2: Aircraft LTO Calculations (zip file)
  3-3: Locomotive Calculations (zip file)
  3-4: CMV Calculations (zip file)
  3-5: VOC Final Nonroad Calculations (zip file)
  3-6: NOx Final Nonroad Calculations (zip file)
Appendix E - Proposed Attachment 4: Onroad Source Inventory Projections for 2008 and 2009
Files Available upon Request
  4-1: NJTPA Onroad Files Vol 1 of 4_RFP_Conformity Runs
  4-1: NJTPA Onroad Files Vol 2 of 4_2008 RFP Benefit Runs
  4-1: NJTPA Onroad Files Vol 3 of 4_2009 RFP Benefit Runs
  4-1: NJTPA Onroad Files Vol 4 of 4_FMVCP Runs
  4-2: SJTPO Onroad Files Vol 1 of 3_RFP Conformity Runs
  4-2: SJTPO Onroad Files Vol 2 of 3_RFP Benefit Runs
  4-2: SJTPO Onroad Files Vol 3 of 3_FMVCP Runs
  4-3: DVRPC Onroad Files Conformity and RFP Runs
  4-4: Read Me_Onroad_RFP Results
Appendix E - Final Attachment 4: Onroad Source Inventory Projections for 2008 and 2009
Files Available upon Request
  4-1: NJTPA Onroad Files Vol 1 of 4_RFP_Conformity Runs
  4-1: NJTPA Onroad Files Vol 2 of 4_2008 RFP Benefit Runs
  4-1: NJTPA Onroad Files Vol 3 of 4_2009 RFP Benefit Runs
  4-1: NJTPA Onroad Files Vol 4 of 4_FMVCP Runs
  4-2: SJTPO Onroad Files Vol 1 of 3_RFP Conformity Runs
  4-2: SJTPO Onroad Files Vol 2 of 3_RFP Benefit Runs
  4-2: SJTPO Onroad Files Vol 3 of 3_FMVCP Runs
  4-3: DVRPC Onroad Files Conformity and RFP Runs
  4-4: Read Me_Onroad_RFP Results
Appendix F1 New Jersey Department of Transportation Project Analyses (zip file)
Appendix F2 New Jersey RACM Analysis Tables
Appendix F3 New Jersey Department of Transportation 2009 RACM - Political Feasibility
Appendix G Onroad Fleet Turnover Emission Reductions for 2010 (zip file)
Appendix H (Final Only) Public Participation
Appendix H Attachment 1: Notice of Availability
Appendix H Attachment 2: Documentation of the Notices that Appeared in the Newspapers and the New Jersey Register
Appendix H Attachment 3: Response to Comment Document
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