Notes: Other relevant information
Additional information relevant to the Madera County portion of the SIP: 1. Madera Co Rule 409, Architectural Coatings, is replaced SJVUAPCD Rule 460.1 on 05/30/91. 2. Rule 416, Storage of Petroleum Distillates or Light Crude Oil is superseded by SJVUAPCD Rule 463.2. Rule 408, Organic Solvent Degreasing is replaced by SJVUAPCD Rule 461.1 both submitted on 01/28/92. 3. Rule 420, Effluent Oil Water Separator, is replaced by SJVUAPCD Rule 463.4 submitted on 05/30/91. 4. Mid-Term Measures, Accelerated Ultra-Low Emission Vehicle (ULEV) requirement for Medium-Duty Vehicles (Measure M3), Heavy Duty Vehicles NOx regulations (Measures M5), Heavy-Duty Gasoline Vehicles lower emission standards (Measure M8), Industrial Equipment, Gas & LPG - 3-way catalyst technology (Measure M11), Mid-Term Consumer Products (Measure CP-2), as contained in The California State Implementation Plan for Ozone, Volume II: The Air Resources Board's Mobile Source and Consumer Products Elements, adopted on November 15, 1994, published December 14, 1995 (60 FR 64126). 5. Rule 410, Manufactured Metal Parts & Products Surface Coating Operations. Superseded by SJVU 4603 submitted on 11/18/93. 6. Rule 411, Cutback Asphalt Paving Materials, submitted 04/11/83 is superseded by SJV Rule 463.1 submitted on 01/28/92. 7. Regulation VI, Air Pollution Emergency Contingency Plan, Rules 601 to 614 (Approved at 46 FR 60202, December 9, 1981) is being replaced by SJVUAPCD, published March 18, 1999 64 FR 13351. 8. Rule 402(c) and (e) submitted on 1/10/75 was disapproved on 11/7/78 at 37 FR 51778. 9. Correction of Designation of Areas for Air Quality Planning Purposes; California - PM-10 Nonattainment Areas, published June 23, 2003, 68 FR 37090.
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