NMED Proposes Repeal Of 20.2.36 NMAC Sulfur Limits

NMED News:
After review and evaluation, the New Mexico Environment DepartmentAir Quality Bureau proposes to repeal 20.2.36 NMAC, Petroleum RefinerySulfur (Part 36).
A public hearing is scheduled for Dec. 18, in Santa Fe. Part 36 was adopted in 1974 and establishes sulfur limits (sulfur recovery standards) and other requirements for existing and new petroleum refineries. 

The rule was identified in the November 2012 Improving Environmental Permitting Report as a rule for potential revision or repeal. 

The NMED will host informational open houses on the proposed repeal of 20.2.36 NMAC 2:30-4:30 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 29, at the NMED Roswell Office training room, 1914 W. Second in Roswell and at 3:30-5:30 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 3 at the NMED Albuquerque District Office, Alameda Conference Room, 121 Tijeras Ave. NE, STE 1000, Albuquerque.

A public notice will be published soon announcing the location of the hearing.
A statement of reasons for the proposed repeal is available on the NMED-AQB website proposed regulations page: https://listserv.env.nm.gov.

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