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(a) On April 8, 1993, the District of Columbia submitted a letter to EPA declaring that there are no sources located in the District belonging to the following VOC categories:
(1) Automobile and light-duty truck manufacturing;
(2) Coating of cans, coils, paper, fabric and vinyl, metal furniture, large appliances, magnet wire, miscellaneous metal parts and products, and flatwood paneling;
(3) Storage of petroleum liquids in fixed-roof tanks and external floating-roof tanks;
(4) Bulk gasoline plants and terminals;
(5) Petroleum refinery sources;
(6) Petroleum refinery equipment leaks;
(7) Manufacture of synthesized pharmaceutical products, pneumatic rubber tires, vegetable oil, synthetic organic chemicals (fugitive VOCs and air oxidation), and high density polyethylene, polypropylene and polystyrene resins;
(8) Graphic arts systems;
(9) Storage, transportation and marketing of VOCs (fugitive VOCs from oil and gas production and natural gas and gasoline processing).
(b) On September 4, 1997, the District of Columbia submitted a letter to EPA declaring that there are no sources located in the District which belong to the following VOC categories:
(1) Coating of plastic parts (business machines and other);
(3) Shipbuilding and repair;
(4) Automobile refinishing;
(5) Industrial wastewater;
(6) Distillation or reactor or batch processes in the synthetic organic chemical manufacturing industry;
(7) Volatile organic storage;
(8) Wood furniture coatings;
(9) Offset lithography;
(10) Clean-up solvents.
(c) On March 24, 2011, the District of Columbia submitted a letter to EPA declaring that there are no sources located in the District which belong to the following VOC categories:
(1) Auto and Light-duty Truck Assembly Coatings;
(2) Fiberglass Boat Manufacturing Materials;
(3) Paper, Film and Foil Coatings;
(4) Flatwood Paneling.
[64 FR 57781, Oct. 27, 1999, as amended at 78 FR 24997, Apr. 29, 2013]
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