Appendix Information for Clermont County SO2 Redesignation

 

Appendix Category

Sub Category for Each Appendix

A - Air Quality System (AQS) Data Sheets and Certification

A1: Kentucky DAQ Air Quality Data Certification
A2: 2012 to 2014 Air Quality Data

B - Beckjord Letter of Shutdown Notification for Coal-fired Boilers

B1: Letter of Notification of Permanent Shutdown of Walter C. Beckjord Facility

C - Emissions Summary and Projections

C1: Emissions Summary and Projections

D - Exceedance Analysis

D1: Campbell County, Kentucky SO2 Monitor 21-037-3002 2010-2014 Exceedance Analysis

E - On-Road Emissions Inventory

E1: 2011, 2014, 2017, 2020, 2022 and 2027 SO2 On-Road Emissions Inventory for Campbell-Clermont Counties, KY-OH 1-hour SO2 Nonattainment Area

F - Background Analysis

F1: Background Analysis

G - Beckjord SO2 Emissions

G1: Walter C. Beckjord’s SO2 Emissions for 2008 to 2014

H - Public Notice and Comment Documents

H1: Public Notice and Comment Documents

I - Beckjord Letter of Shutdown Notification for Entire Facility

I1: Letter of Notification of Permanent Shutdown of Walter C. Beckjord Facility, Combustion Turbines

J - Supplemental Modeling of Zimmer

J1: Supplemental Modeling Demonstration, William H. Zimmer Facility

K - Additional Meteorology Analysis

K1: Analysis of Monitored Concentrations and Wind Direction

L - Miami Fort Letter of Unit 6 Shutdown Notification

L1: Letter of Notification of Permanent Shutdown of the Miami Fort Power Station Unit 6

   


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