VARIANCE FOR ROCKET MOTOR TEST OPERATIONS AT ATLANTIC RESEARCH CORPORATION GAINESVILLE FACILITY (REPEALED)
Applicability and designation of affected
facility. (Repealed.) The affected facility to which the provisions of this
chapter apply is the Atlantic Research Corporation Gainesville facility.
Definitions. (Repealed.) A. For the purpose of this chapter or any associated orders
issued by the board, the words or terms shall have the meanings given them in
subsection C of this section. B. As used in this chapter, all terms not defined herein
shall have the meanings given them in 9VAC5 Chapter 10 (9VAC5-10) and
9VAC5-170-140, unless otherwise required by context. C. Terms defined. "Atlantic Research Corporation" means the owner
and operator of a rocket motor test facility located at 5945 Wellington Road,
Gainesville, Virginia, known as the Gainesville facility. "EPA" means the United States Environmental
Protection Agency. "Facility" means the contiguous property at 5945
Wellington Road, Gainesville, Virginia, owned and operated by the Atlantic
Research Corporation or its successors in ownership, and known as the
Gainesville facility. "Order" means the order granting this variance. "Rocket motor test operations" means static
testing of solid propellant rocket motors on a fixed test stand. Such tests are
conducted for the research, development, and production of rocket motors. "VAC" and "9 VAC" mean Title 9 of the
Virginia Administrative Code. This title comprises the environmental
regulations for the Commonwealth of Virginia, including the regulations of the
State Air Pollution Control Board. "Variance" means 9VAC5 Chapter 221 (9VAC5-221).
Applicability of standard for visible emissions
and standard for particulate matter. (Repealed.) A. The standard for visible emissions in 9VAC5-40-80 shall
not apply to the rocket motor test operations at the facility. B. No owner or other person shall cause or permit to be
discharged into the atmosphere from the rocket motor test operations at the
facility any particulate matter emissions in excess of 714 pounds per hour. C. Subsections A and B of this section do not apply to
operations at the facility other than rocket motor test operations.
Compliance determination, monitoring,
recordkeeping, and reporting. (Repealed.) A. The owner shall monitor and record the time, date, and
duration of each rocket motor test operation. The owner shall also monitor and
record the quantities (specified in pounds) of solid propellant expended during
each rocket motor test operation and shall calculate hourly totals of the
quantities of propellant used in these operations. B. The owner shall use a method acceptable to the board for
calculating particulate matter emissions from the rocket motor test operations.
Using this method and the hourly totals of the quantities of solid propellant
expended, the owner shall calculate and record the hourly quantities (specified
in pounds) of particulate matter emissions. C. Using the information required in subsections A and B of
this section, the owner shall calculate and record the hourly particulate
matter emissions resulting from the rocket motor test operations to demonstrate
compliance with the emission rate specified in 9VAC5-221-30 B. D. The provisions of 9VAC5-40-40 and 9VAC5-40-50 apply.
Transfer of ownership. (Repealed.) A. The terms of this chapter are transferable to a new
owner upon sale of the facility. B. In the case of a transfer of ownership of the facility,
the new owner shall comply with this chapter. The new owner shall notify the
department of the change in ownership within 30 days of the transfer. C. In the case of a name change of the facility, the owner
shall comply with this chapter. The owner shall notify the department of the
change in source name within 30 days of the name change.
Applicability of future regulation amendments.
(Repealed.) Subsequent amendments to 9VAC5-40-80 shall not apply to
rocket motor test operations at the facility unless the board amends this
chapter to specifically address the applicability of the regulatory amendments
to those operations at the facility.