309(g) SIP TSD and Supplemental Information
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The Wyoming Regional Haze 309(g) SIP incorporates the WRAP Technical Support System (TSS) information in two basic ways.
Some information has been imported directly into the SIP from the TSS site, such as premade tables and charts. In this case the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality (WDEQ) has cited the basic URL for all areas of the TSS (http://vista.cira.colostate.edu/tss/). Basic information regarding the WRAP TSS can be found at the bottom of this page.
Some information has been pulled from the TSS and incorporated in tables, charts and text that the WDEQ has created. The WDEQ has kept track of what information has been extracted and created spreadsheets which can be correlated with various uses. The supplemental references table below lists specific tables, figures or sections in the Regional Haze SIP along with the corresponding spreadsheet or document.
The Wyoming Technical Support Document (TSD) is a compilation of all of the technical support that did not come off of the TSS in one of the two ways listed above. This list includes many WRAP work products that are not directly downloaded from the TSS, such as workplans, technical memorandums, and analyses contracted through the WRAP. The Wyoming TSD also contains technical information gathered outside of the WRAP process for the development of the 309(g) Wyoming Regional Haze SIP. The contents of the Wyoming TSD are listed below.
Chapter 1 - General Plan Provisions
WRAP 2003 Work Plan (November 12, 2002)
2) WRAP 2004 Work Plan (October 14, 2003)
3) WRAP 2005 Work Plan (December 7, 2004)
4) WRAP 2005-2007 Work Plan Update (May 5, 2005)
5) WRAP 2007 Work Plan (September 5, 2006)
6) WRAP 2008-2009 Work Plan (June 17, 2008)
7) WRAP 2009-2010 Work Plan (August 7, 2009)
8) WRAP 2008-2012 Strategic Plan (March 2008)
Chapter 4 - Statewide Emission Inventory
Chapter 5 - Source Apportionment and Regional Haze Modeling
Chapter 6 - Best Available Retrofit Technology (BART)
EPA Guidelines for BART Determinations (July 6,
2) Chapter 6, Section 9, Best Available Retrofit Technology (BART) (December 5, 2006)
3) BART Air Modeling Protocol (March 2006)
4) BART Air Modeling Protocol (September 2006)
5) BART Facilities Emissions Inventory (2006)
6) WY BART Screening Analysis Results (April 19, 2006)
7) WY BART Screening Analysis Results DV Frequency (April 19, 2006)
8) Draft Final Report - BART Air Modeling - Individual Source Visibility Impairment Analysis (April 2006)
9) PacifiCorp's Emissions Reductions Plan (November 2, 2010)
Chapter 7 - Reasonable Progress Goals
Point Sources With Q/D Greater Than 10 (August
2) Supplementary Information for Four-Factor Analyses for Selected Individual Facilities in Wyoming (May 6, 2009)
3) Supplementary Information for Four Factor Analyses by WRAP States (May 4, 2009) (Corrected 4/20/10)
Chapter 11 - Wyoming Regional Haze SIP Development and Consultation Process
1) FLM Comments
a. Fish and Wildlife/National Park Service (September 15, 2008)
b. Forest Service (October 31, 2008)
c. Forest Service (July 21, 2009)
d. National Park Service (August 4, 2009 - 1 of 2)
e. National Park Service (August 4, 2009 - 2 of 2)
f. Draft National Park Service (Pat Brewer) (September 29, 2009)
g. Draft Forest Service (September 30, 2009)
h. National Park Service/Fish and Wildlife (October 21, 2009)
i. Forest Service (October 21, 2010)
j. Forest Service (December 3, 2010)
k. Forest Service (December 21, 2010)
2) Summary of FLM (and Other) Comments on 309(g) - General SIP Provisions and State Responses
3) State/FLM Exchanges (March 2009/April 2009)
4) State/FLM Exchange (August 14, 2009)
5) State/FLM Exchange (August 17, 2009)
6) State/FLM Exchange (November 9, 2010)
7) Letters to States (May 8, 2007)
8) Letters to Tribes (September 28, 2006)
9) Summary of FLM (and Other) Comments on BART and State Responses on BART
a. PacifiCorp Jim Bridger (AP-6040) (12/31/09)
b. PacifiCorp Dave Johnston (AP-6041) (12/31/09)
c. PacifiCorp Naughton (AP-6042) (12/31/09)
d. PacifiCorp Wyodak (AP-6043) (12/31/09)
e. FMC Granger (AP-6044) (7/17/09)
f. FMC Westvaco (AP-6045) (7/17/09)
g. General Chemical Green River Works (AP-6046) (8/7/09)
h. Basin Electric Laramie River (AP-6047) (12/31/09)
Chapter 13 - Technical Information and Data Relied Upon in This Plan
The Technical Support System (TSS) (http://vista.cira.colostate.edu/tss/) has been developed by the Western Regional Air Partnership (WRAP) to provide a single portal to technical data and analytical results prepared by WRAP Forums and Workgroups. The data, results, and methods displayed on the TSS are intended to support the air quality planning needs of Western states and tribes, and will be maintained and updated to support both the implementation of regional haze plans and other Western air quality analysis and management requirements.
The TSS integrates a number of different information resources, or data nodes, under one web-based umbrella. The data nodes currently supporting the TSS include:
Causes of Haze Assessment (CoHA) - The CoHA website is an online report that answers questions about the chemical components that cause regional haze, relationships of haze to meteorology, the emissions that cause haze, and the effects of previous and future emissions reductions on the worst and best visibility levels.
Emissions Data Management System (EDMS) - The WRAP EDMS is an emission inventory data warehouse and web-based application that provides a consistent approach to regional emissions tracking to meet the requirements for State Implementation Plan (SIP) and Tribal Implementation Plan (TIP) development and periodic review and updates.
Fire Emissions Tracking System (FETS) - The FETS is a database with a web interface for planned and unplanned fire events. Users can view fire data on-screen with a mapping tool and query the database for downloads of data into model-ready formats and CSV or DBF formats.
WRAP Regional Modeling Center (RMC) - The WRAP RMC assists State and Tribal agencies in conducting regional haze analyses over the Western U.S. by operating regional scale, three-dimensional air quality models that simulate the emission, transformation, and transport of pollutants and the effects on visibility in WRAP Class I areas.
More information on how the WRAP TSS works can be found at the WRAP TSS site.