Specific Authorities Retained By EPA
In general, EPA does not delegate to state or local agencies the authority to make decisions that are likely to be nationally significant, or alter the stringency of the underlying standards.
40 CFR Part 60 NSPS
The following provisions of Subpart A are not delegated: Sections 60.4(b), 60.8(b), 60.9, 60.11(b), 60.11(e), 60.13(a), 60.13(d)(2), 60.13(g), and 60.13(i). Subpart B and Subpart C (NSPS Subparts Ca - Ce) have not been delegated to state and local agencies. They describe requirements for states to adopt and submit plans for designated facilities. These State Plans must be reviewed and approved by EPA. The authority to approve State Plans cannot be delegated to states.
40 CFR Part 61 NESHAP
The following provisions of Subpart A are not delegated: Sections 61.04(b), 6l.04(c), 61.05(c), 6l.11, 61.12(d), 61.13(h)(1)(ii), 61.14(d), 61.14(g)(1)(ii), and 6l.16.
40 CFR Part 63 NESHAP for Source Categories (MACT Standards)
The following provisions of Subpart A are not delegated:
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