Appendix Information for 2010 SO2 Attainment Demonstration - Statewide, Round 3


A - U.S. EPA R5 Clarification Memo to States

B - Modeling Protocol from July 1, 2016 Submittal
C - FirstEnergy Generation Corp., Ashtabula Plant - Notification of Permanent Shutdown
D - The Medical Center - Notification of Conversion to Natural Gas and Final Permit
E - Cleveland Thermal LLC - Notification of Conversion to Natural Gas and Consent Decree
F - Cleveland Electric Illuminating Co., Lake Shore Plant - Notification of Permanent Shutdown
G - Avon Lake Power Plant - Modeling Report and Final Permit
H - P. H. Glatfelter Company - Chillicothe Facility - Notification of Conversion to Natural Gas and Final Permit
I - Cargill, Incorporated - Salt Division - Final Permit for Transition to Non-Title V Status Following Shutdown of Coal-fired Boilers
J - City of Akron Steam Generating - Notification of Shutdown of Coal-fired Boiler and Final Permit
K - Kraton Polymers U.S. LLC, - Notification of Shutdown of all Coal-fired Boilers and Final Permit
L - Department of Public Utilities, City of Orrville - Permit Application Cover Letter Requesting Restricted Limits and Final Permit
M - Morton Salt, Inc. - Notification of Conversion to Natural Gas and Final Permit
N - W.H. Sammis Modeling Analysis
O - Background Concentration Determination for all Modeled Source Areas
P - Carmeuse Lime Maple Grove Modeling Analysis
Q - Conesville Power Plant Modeling Analysis
R - DTE St. Bernard Letter of Intention to Convert to Natural Gas
S - Miami Fort Modeling Analysis
    Appendix T of S: Miami Fort Unit 6 Shutdown Letter
    Appendix U of S: W.C. Beckjord Shutdown Letter
    Appendix V of S: Tanners Creek Shutdown Letter
W - Bay Shore Modeling Analysis
X - Bay Shore Boilers #2, #3, and #4 Shutdown Letter
Y - J.M. Stuart and Killen Station Modeling Analysis
    Appendix Z of Y: Stuart and Killen Emissions Derivation Document
AA1 - Public Hearing Notice
AA2 - Public Hearing Transcript
AA3 - Response to Comments Documentation

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