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Vail Ski Resort_Jan042019A17COLORADO Department of Public i Health & Environment .P Eagle County Clerk 1£ Recorder �s RECEIVED JAN 0 9 2019 W By Dedicated to protecting and improving the health and environment of the people of Colorado Eagle County Clerk Et Recorder PO Box 537 Eagle, CO 81631 January 3, 2019 Dear Sir or Madam: On January 4, 2019, the Air Pollution Control Division will begin a 30 -day public notice period for The Vail Corporation dba Vail Mountain Resort - Vail Ski Resort. A copy of this public notice and the public comment packet are enclosed. Thank you for assisting the Division by posting a copy of this public comment packet in your office. Public copies of these documents are required by Colorado Air Quality Control Commission regulations. The packet must be available for public inspection for a period of thirty (30) days from the beginning of the public notice period. Please send any comment regarding this public notice to the address below. Colorado Dept. of Public Health Et Environment APCD-SS-B1 4300 Cherry Creek Drive South Denver, Colorado 80246-1530 Attention: Clara Gonzales Regards, Clara Gonzales Public Notice Coordinator Stationary Sources Program Air Pollution Control Division Enclosure 4300 Cherry Creek Drive S., Denver, CO 80246-1530 P 303-692-2000 www.coLorado.gov/cdphe John W. Hickenlooper, Governor I Larry Wolk, MD, MSPH, Executive Director and Chief Medical Officer 90 Air Pollution Control Division i Notice of a Proposed Project or Activity Warranting Public _. Comment Website Title: The Vail Corporation dba Vail Mountain Resort - Vail Ski Resort - Eagle County Notice Period Begins: January 4, 2019 Notice is hereby given that an application for a proposed project or activity has been submitted to the Colorado Air Pollution Control Division for the following source of air pollution: Applicant: The Vail Corporation dba Vail Mountain Resort Facility: Vail Ski Resort 862 S. Frontage Road W Vail, CO 81657 Eagle County The proposed project or activity is as follows: Modification to existing permit to add engines. The Division has determined that this permitting action is subject to public comment per Colorado Regulation No. 3, Part B, Section III.0 due to the following reason(s): • permitted emissions exceed public notice threshold values in Regulation No. 3, Part B, Section III.C.1.a (25 tpy in a non -attainment area and/or 50 tpy in an attainment area) The Division has made a preliminary determination of approval of the application. A copy of the application, the Division's analysis, and a draft of Construction Permit 03EA0118 have been filed with the Eagle County Clerk's office. A copy of the draft permit and the Division's analysis are available on the Division's website at https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/cdphe/air-permit-public-notices The Division hereby solicits submission of public comment from any interested person concerning the ability of the proposed project or activity to comply with the applicable standards and regulations of the Commission. The Division will receive and consider written public comments for thirty calendar days after the date of this Notice. Comments may be submitted using the following options: Use the web form at https://www.coLorado.Pov/pacific/cdphe/air-permit-public-notices. This page also includes guidance for public participation Send an email to cdphe.commentsapcd@state.co.us Send comments to our mailing address: KC Houlden Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment 4300 Cherry Creek Drive South, APCD-SS-B1 Denver, Colorado 80246-1530 COLORADO Oyanv.r..ef Pel+ie Hv418 Pmuonmml L R D it l on trol Division Rg Department of Public Health & Environment CONSTRUCTION PERMIT Permit number: 03EA01 18 Issuance: 3 Date issued: Issued to: The Vail Corporation dba Vail Mountain Resort Facility Name: Vail Plant AIRS ID: 037/0076 Physical Location: Vail Mountain, Vail County: Eagle General Description: Ski Resort Equipment or activity subject to this permit: See Attachment B This engines listed in Attachment B may be replaced with another engine in accordance with the temporary engine replacement provision or with the same manufacturer and model engine in accordance with the permanent replacement provision of the Alternate Operating Scenario (AOS), included in this permit as Attachment A. THIS PERMIT IS GRANTED SUBJECT TO ALL RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE COLORADO AIR QUALITY CONTROL COMMISSION AND THE COLORADO AIR POLLUTION PREVENTION AND CONTROL ACT C.R.S. (25-7-101 et seq), TO THOSE GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS INCLUDED IN THIS DOCUMENT AND THE FOLLOWING SPECIFIC TERMS AND CONDITIONS: REQUIREMENTS. TO SELF -CERTIFY FOR FINAL APPROVAL Points 017, 029, 031, 034, 040, 042, 043, 044, 050, 057, 058: YOU MUST notify the Air Pollution Control Division (Division) no later than fifteen days after commencement of operation under this permit by submitting a Notice of Startup (NOS) form to the Division. The Notice of Startup (NOS) form may be downloaded online at https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/cdphe/other-air-permitting-notices. Failure to notify the Division of startup of the permitted source is a violation of AQCC Regulation Number 3, Part B, III.G.1 and can result in the revocation of the permit. 2. Within one hundred and eighty days (180) after commencement of operation or issuance of this permit, whichever is later, compliance with the conditions contained on this permit must be demonstrated to the Division. It is the permittee's responsibility to self certify compliance with the conditions. Failure to demonstrate compliance within 180 days may result in revocation of the permit or enforcement action by the Division. Information on how to certify compliance was mailed with the permit or can be obtained from the Division's website at https://www.cotorado.gov/pacific/cdphe/air-permit-self-certification. (Reference: Regulation Number 3, Part B, III.G.2). COLORADO Air Pollution Control Division ��ii Oeparmm N 7ubk Heatih c En c miens Page 1 of 15 3. The owner or opDr mus e o Fa i enance (OEtM) plan, along with a recordkeeping format, that outlines how the applicant will maintain compliance on an ongoing basis with the requirements of this permit. Compliance with the OEtM plan must commence at startup. Within one hundred and eighty days (180) after commencement of operation or issuance of this permit, whichever is later, the owner or operator must submit the OEtM plan to the Division. Failure to submit an acceptable operating and maintenance plan could result in revocation of the permit. Note that the Division may modify the monitoring requirements as part of the Title V Operating Permit if this facility is subject to Title V permitting (Reference: Regulation Number 3, Part B, III.G.7.). 4. Within one hundred and eighty days (180) after commencement of operation or issuance of this permit, whichever is later, the operator must complete all initial compliance testing and sampling as required in this permit and submit the results to the Division as part of the self - certification process. (Reference: Regulation Number 3, Part B, III.G.2.) 5. Within thirty (30) days after commencement of operation or issuance of this permit, whichever is later, the AIRS ID number must be marked on the subject equipment for ease of identification. (Reference: Regulation Number 3, Part B, III.E.) (State only enforceable) 6. Point 058: The serial number of the subject equipment must be provided to the Division within one hundred and eighty days (180) after commencement of operation or issuance of this permit, whichever is later. (Reference: Regulation Number 3, Part B, III.G.2.) EMISSION LIMITATIONS AND RECORDS 7. Emissions of air pollutants must not exceed the following limitations (as calculated using the emission factors included in the Notes to Permit Holder section of this permit). Monthly records of the actual emission rates must be maintained by the applicant and made available to the Division for inspection upon request. (Reference: Regulation Number 3, Part B, II.A.4) Hours of operation will be recorded on a rolling 12 -month basis and available for review upon request by the Division. The rolling 12 -month total of hours of operation must not exceed the annual "Process/ Consumption Limits" in Condition number 8. Emissions will be calculated on a rolling 12 -month basis. The rolling 12 -month total of emissions must not exceed the annual emissions given in the "Annual Limits" below. Monthly emissions must be calculated using the formula: Emissions Monthly = f Emission Factor (lblHP-hr) " Hours of Operation (hrl month) ' HP (site rated) ] (2000 lbl1 ton) Emission factors used to calculate emissions must be those found in "Notes to Permit Holder". The site -rated HP listed for each engine in Attachment 8 must be used to calculate emissions. Annual Limits: Facility Equipment ID AIRS point Tons per Year Emission Type NO. CO Wildwood Express - Backup emergency engine 001 3.6 - Point Riva Bahn - Backup emergency engine 002 4.1 Point Born Free - Backup emergency engine 003 4.2 - Point /Jy�� COLORADO ,/',,� Air Pollution Control Division Ate# �d vum t of - b97 Hea4 ens onm_ c Page 2 of 15 rN T I J), _R� - '- A IFT Facility Equipment ID AIRS point Tons per Year Emission Type NO. CO Pride Express - Backup emergency engine 005 3.9 - Point Eagle Bahn Gondola VA 19 - Backup emergency engine #1 Eagle Bahn Gondola VA 19 - Backup emergency engine #2 006 5.6 - Point 007 5.6 - Point Highline - Backup emergency engine 008 4.5 - Point Sourdough - Backup emergency engine 010 2.9 - Point High Noon - Backup emergency engine 012 2.8 - Point High Noon - Evac emergency engine 013 2.8 - Point Gondola 1 - Backup emergency engine #1 014 3.3 - Point Gondola 1 - Backup emergency engine #2 015 3.3 - Point Mountain Top Express - Backup emergency engine 017 4.1 - Point Skyline Express - Backup emergency engine Teacup Express - Backup emergency engine 029 4.6 - Point 031 4.8 - Point Orient Express - Backup emergency engine 034 3.7 - Point Gopher Hill - Backup emergency engine 040 2.6 - Point Game Creek - Backup emergency engine 044 3.6 - Point Avanti Express - Backup Engine 050 4.3 - Point Sun Up Express - Backup Engine 058 3.0 - Point Northwoods Express Backup Engine 060 3.5 - Point TOTAL 80.1 - Point See "Notes to Permit Holder #3" for information on emission factors and methods used to calculate limits. Compliance with the annual limits must be determined by recording the facility's annual emissions for the pollutants listed in the table above on a rolling twelve (12) month total. By the end of each month a new twelve-month total must be calculated based on the previous twelve months' data. The permit holder must calculate monthly emissions and keep a compliance record on site, or at a local field office with site responsibility, for Division review. The owner or operator must use the emission factors found in "Notes to Permit Holder Attachment B" to calculate emissions and show compliance with the limits. The owner or operator must submit an Air Pollutant Emission Notice (APEN) and receive a modified permit prior to the use of any other method of calculating emissions. PROCESS LIMITATIONS AND RECORDS 8. This source must be limited to the following maximum consumption, processing and/or operational rates as listed below. Annual and monthly records of the actual process rate must ©© COLORADO A&, � I Air Pollution Control Division Page 3 of 15 be maintained b appliFrit a�Ade e toTtivision for inspection upon request. (Reference: Regulation Number 3, Part B, II.A.4) Process/Consumption Limits AIRS Points Process Parameter Annual Limit' 001, 002, 003, 005, 006, 007, 008, 010, 012, 013, 014, 015, Hours of Operation 500 hours per year per engine 017, 029, 031, 034, 040, 044, 050, 058, 060 Compliance with these consumption limits will be demonstrated by installing a non-resettable hour meter on the engine and recording the hours of the engine's operation. Compliance with the yearly process limits must be determined on a rolling twelve (12) month total. By the end of each month a new twelve-month total is calculated based on the previous twelve months' data. The permit holder must calculate monthly process rate and keep a compliance record on site or at a local field office with site responsibility, for Division review. STATE AND FEDERAL REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS 9. Visible emissions must not exceed twenty percent (20%) opacity during normal operation of the source. During periods of startup, process modification, or adjustment of control equipment visible emissions must not exceed 30% opacity for more than six minutes in any sixty consecutive minutes. Opacity must be determined using EPA Method 9. (Reference: Regulation Number 1, II.A.1. I* 4.) 10. This source is subject to the odor requirements of Regulation Number 2. (State only enforceable) 11. The engines listed in Attachment B of this permit must not be used for peak shaving, to supply power to an electric grid, or to otherwise supply non -emergency power as part of a financial agreement with another entity. 12. This source must keep records of the hours of operation of each engine not powering an electrical generator. The source must keep additional records during the time when each engine is operated to power ski lift equipment when power is available from the grid and there is a component malfunction of the electric lift drive. The additional records must include the reason the engine was run, the date and time the engine was started and the date and time the engine was shut down. In addition, for such component malfunction events, a dated log must be kept of the applicable steps necessary to repair the electrical lift equipment. The log must contain the diagnosis of the malfunction/problem, the date when parts were ordered and received for the repair, and the date the equipment repair was completed, and the emergency ended. The aforementioned log for the affected equipment must be kept for five years and may also be reviewed by the Division upon request. Maintenance records for the affected equipment may also be reviewed by the Division if requested, and the repairs must be made as expeditiously as practicable. The source is not required to record the date an engine was started and shutdown when the engine was operated for scheduled maintenance or testing, or for power outages. 13. Points 008, 010, 012, 013, 014, 015, 017, 050, 058, 060 are subject to the New Source Performance Standards requirements of Regulation Number 6, Part A, Subpart IIII, Standards of Performance for Stationary Compression Ignition Internal Combustion Engines (CI ICE) including, but not limited to, the following: COLORADO AF Air Pollution Control Division of Pub= ft to & yr wonmmic Page 4 of 15 [The requiremen ow r t Le T4Part 60 Subpart IIII published in the Federal Register on 1/30/2013. However, if revisions to this Subpart are published at a later date, the owner or operator is subject to the requirements contained in the revised version of 40 CFR Part 60, Subpart IIII] a. Emissions of Non -Methane Hydrocarbons and Nitrogen Oxides combined, Carbon Monoxide, and Particulate Matter shall not exceed the following standards: Point NMHC and NOx Combined CO PM EPA Tier 008 4.8 2.6 0.15 2 010 3.0 2.6 0.15 3 012 3.0 2.6 0.15 3 013 3.0 2.6 0.15 3 014 4.8 2.6 0.15 2 015 4.8 2.6 0.15 2 017 4.8 2.6 0.15 2 050 4.8 2.6 0.15 2 058 3.0 2.6 0.15 3 060 3.0 1 2.6 0.15 3 All standards are in grams per horsepower hour. b. All fuel purchased shall meet the following specifications: (1) Sulfur content shall not exceed 15 ppm. (2) Have a minimum cetane index of 40 or Have a maximum aromatic compound content of 35% by volume. Compliance shall be demonstrated by maintaining copies of the fuel specifications provided by the supplier on-site or in a readily accessible location and made available to the Division for inspection upon request. C. All engines and control devices must be installed, configured, operated, and maintained according to the specifications and instructions provided by the engine manufacturer. d. If engine is equipped with a diesel particulate filter, the filter must be installed with a backpressure monitor that notifies the owner or operator when the high backpressure limit of the engine is approached. Records shall be kept of any corrective action taken after the backpressure monitor has notified the owner or operator that the high backpressure limit is approached. e. If engine is used for emergency purposes, a non-resettable hour meter must be installed prior to start-up. (Reference: NSPS IIII, § 60.4209 (a)) f. Points 014, 015, 017, 050, 058, 060: These engines shall not be used for any purpose except emergency power generation and for the purpose of maintenance checks and readiness testing, provided that the tests are recommended by Federal, State or local government, the manufacturer, the vendor, or the insurance company associated with the engine. Maintenance checks and readiness testing of such units is limited to 100 (COLORADO Air Pollution Control Division ' �7euarrnen2 of R;b:_ Nea':h b GTrOfltit'9iC Page 5 of 15 hours pe r. Th s n Aeli FeuTsemergency stationary ICE in emergency situations. The owner or operator may petition the Administrator for approval of additional hours to be used for maintenance checks and readiness testing, but a petition is not required if the owner or operator maintains records indicating that Federal, State, or local standards require maintenance and testing of emergency ICE beyond 100 hours per year. Emergency stationary ICE may operate up to 50 hours per year in non -emergency situations, but those 50 hours are counted towards the 100 hours per year provided for maintenance and testing. The 50 hours per year for non- emergency situations cannot be used for peak shaving or to generate income for a facility to supply power to an electric grid or otherwise supply non -emergency power as part of a financial arrangement with another entity. For owners and operators of emergency engines, any operation other than emergency operation, maintenance and testing, and operation in non -emergency situations for 50 hours per year, as permitted in this section, is prohibited. (Reference: NSPS IIII, S 60.4211 (f)) The owner or operator of this facility is subject to the following requirements of Regulation Number 6, Part A, Subpart A, General Provisions (40CFR part 60, Subpart A). g. At all times, including periods of start-up, shutdown, and malfunction, the facility and control equipment shall, to the extent practicable, be maintained and operated in a manner consistent with good air pollution control practices for minimizing emissions. Determination of whether or not acceptable operating and maintenance procedures are being used will be based on information available to the Division, which may include, but is not limited to, monitoring results, opacity observations, review of operating and maintenance procedures, and inspection of the source. (Reference: Regulation Number 6, Part A. General Provisions from 40 CFR 60.11) h. No article, machine, equipment or process shall be used to conceal an emission which would otherwise constitute a violation of an applicable standard. Such concealment includes, but is not limited to, the use of gaseous diluents to achieve compliance with an opacity standard or with a standard which is based on the concentration of a pollutant in the gases discharged to the atmosphere. (S 60.12) OPERATING & MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS 4. The owner or operator must develop an operating and maintenance (OEtM) plan, along with a recordkeeping format, that outlines how the applicant will maintain compliance on an ongoing basis with the requirements of this permit. Compliance with the O&M plan must commence at startup. Within one hundred and eighty days (180) after commencement of operation or issuance of this permit, whichever is later, the owner or operator must submit the O&M plan to the Division. Failure to submit an acceptable operating and maintenance plan could result in revocation of the permit. Note that the Division may modify the monitoring requirements as part of the Title V Operating Permit if this facility is subject to Title V permitting (Reference: Regulation Number 3, Part B, III.G.7. ). COMPLIANCE TESTING AND SAMPLING Initial Testing Requirements 15. Points 017, 029, 031, 034, 040, 044, 050, 058, 060: Within 180 days of startup, the owner or operator must demonstrate compliance with Condition 9, using EPA Method 9 to measure opacity from the engines. This measurement must consist of a minimum twenty-four consecutive readings taken at fifteen second intervals over a 6 minute period. (Reference: Regulation Number 1, II.A.1 Et 4) COLORADO Air Pollution Control Division 'v�e�sr'snera of ?ub:_- Heath & Emmonm —tc Page 6 of 15 Periodic Testing Requirements 16. Replacements of units completed as Alternative Operating Scenarios may be subject to additional testing requirements as specified in Attachment A. ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS 17. All previous versions of this permit are cancelled upon issuance of this permit. 18. This permit replaces the following permits, which are canceled upon issuance of this permit. Permit Number Notes 12EAl092 The points on this permit is being moved to the facility wide permit. 19. The AIRS ID number must be marked on the subject equipment for ease of identification. (Reference: Regulation Number 3, Part B, III.E.) (State only enforceable) 20. A Revised Air Pollutant Emission Notice (APEN) must be filed: (Reference: Regulation Number 3, Part A, 11. C.) By April 30 of the year following a significant increase in emissions. A significant increase in emissions is defined as follows: For any criteria pollutant: For sources emitting less than 100 tons per year, a change in actual emissions of five tons per year or more, above the level reported on the last APEN submitted; or For volatile organic compounds (VOC) and nitrogen oxide (NOx) sources in an ozone non -attainment area emitting less than 100 tons of VOC or nitrogen oxide per year, a change in actual emissions of one ton per year or more or five percent, whichever is greater, above the level reported on the last APEN submitted; or For sources emitting 100 tons per year or more of a criteria pollutant, a change in actual emissions of five percent or 50 tons per year or more, whichever is less, above the level reported on the last APEN submitted; or For sources emitting any amount of lead, a change in actual emissions, above the level reported on the last APEN submitted, of fifty (50) pounds of lead For any non -criteria reportable pollutant: If the emissions increase by 50% or five (5) tons per year, whichever is less, above the level reported on the last APEN submitted to the Division. b. Whenever there is a change in the owner or operator of any facility, process, or activity; or C. Whenever new control equipment is installed, or whenever a different type of control equipment replaces an existing type of control equipment; or d. Whenever a permit limitation must be modified; or e. No later than 30 days before the existing APEN expires. a COLORADO �- Air Pollution Control Division iJepa'sn�i of Pt:tv",- I leawl� b vtwv�rts+rt Page 7 of 15 U. ... ....... .. . This source is subject to the provisions of Regulation No. 3, Part C, Operating Permits (Title V of the 1990 Federal Clean Air Act Amendments). The application for the Operating Permit is due within one year of the earliest commencing operation of any equipment modified by this permit issuance. 21. The terms, conditions and information contained in Attachment A are hereby incorporated into this permit, and are enforceable as if fully set forth herein including, but not limited to, emission point description, emission factor summary, emission limits or other limitations, controls, and specific requirements. (Reference: Regulation Number 3, Part B III.E.) GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS: 22. This permit and any attachments must be retained and made available for inspection upon request. The permit may be reissued to a new owner by the Division as provided in Regulation Number 3, Part B, 11.13 upon a request for transfer of ownership and the submittal of a revised APEN and the required fee. 23. If this permit specifically states that final approval has been granted, then the remainder of this condition is not applicable. Otherwise, the issuance of this construction permit is considered initial approval and does not provide "final" approval for this activity or operation of this source. Final approval of the permit must be secured from the APCD in writing in accordance with the provisions of 25-7-114.5(12)(a) C.R.S. and AQCC Regulation Number 3, Part B, III.G. Final approval cannot be granted until the operation or activity commences and has been verified by the APCD as conforming in all respects with the conditions of the permit. Once self -certification of all points has been reviewed and approved by the Division, it will provide written documentation of such final approval. Details for obtaining final approval to operate are located in the Requirements to Self -Certify for Final Approval section of this permit. The operator must retain the permit final approval letter issued by the Division after completion of self -certification with the most current construction permit. 24. This permit is issued in reliance upon the accuracy and completeness of information supplied by the applicant and is conditioned upon conduct of the activity, or construction, installation and operation of the source, in accordance with this information and with representations made by the applicant or applicant's agents. It is valid only for the equipment and operations or activity(ies) specifically identified in this permit. If subsequent operations or testing at the source indicate the information supplied to obtain this permit and relied upon in the creation and issuance of this permit is inaccurate, the source must submit an application to modify the permit to address the inaccuracy(ies). (Reference: Regulation Number 3, Part B III.E.) By: KC Houlden Permit Engineer Permit Histo By: R K Hancock III, P.E. Construction Permits Unit Supervisor Issuance I Date I Description AFCOLORADO Air Pollution Control Division c^.ep-,uSme: S of W0.�t_ Heath L cnzannt3�u Page 8 of 15 initial Approval September =,M03— -FS—Sued to V—airAssociates, Inc. Final Approval August 14, 2006 _ Issuance 3 This Issuance Incorporating all points into facility wide permit. Transfer of ownership from Vail Associates, Inc. to The Vail Corporation dba Vail Ski Resort. Notes to Permit Holder (as of date of permit issuance): 1) The production or raw material processing limits and emission limits contained in this permit are based on the production/ processing rates requested in the permit application. These limits may be revised upon request of the permittee providing there is no exceedence of any specific emission control regulation or any ambient air quality standard. A revised air pollution emission notice (APEN) and application form must be submitted with a request for a permit revision. (Reference: Regulation Number 3, Part B II.A.4.) 2) This source is subject to the Common Provisions Regulation Part II, Subpart E, Affirmative Defense Provision for Excess Emissions During Malfunctions. The permittee must notify the Division of any malfunction condition which causes a violation of any emission limit or limits stated in this permit as soon as possible, but no later than noon of the next working day, followed by written notice to the Division addressing all of the criteria set forth in Part II.E.1. of the Common Provisions Regulation. See: https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/cdphe/aqcc- regs. 3).,Th ee mission levels contained in this permit are based on the following emission factors: Points 002, 003, 005, 006, 007, 008, 017, 029, 031, 034, 050, 058: Points 001, 010, 012, 013, 040, 044, 050, 060: Emission Factors - Pollutant -NO" Emission Factors - Uncontrolled lb/HP-hr* Source Emission Factors - Controlled Ib/HP-hr* Source Controlled Pollutant lb/HP-hr* Source 0.024 AP42-3.4-1 0.024 AP42-3.4-1 0.031 Points 001, 010, 012, 013, 040, 044, 050, 060: Points 014, 015: Emission Factors - Emission Factors - Uncontrolled Controlled Pollutant lb/HP-hr* Source lb/HP-hr* I Source NO, 0.031 AP42-3.3-1 0.031 1 AP42-3.3-1 Points 014, 015: * The emissions calculated in condition number 6 are based on the site specific HP for each engine listed in Attachment B. ®'ICOLORADO ir��h�17T' Air Pollution Control Division �lmeni d Pu6:_ Hewn b jjtrgnmer,[ Page 9 of 15 Emission Factors - Emission Factors - uncontrolled Controlled Pollutant lb/HP-hr* Source ];Ib/HP-hr* Source NOX 0.0128 Mfg 0128 1 Mfg * The emissions calculated in condition number 6 are based on the site specific HP for each engine listed in Attachment B. ®'ICOLORADO ir��h�17T' Air Pollution Control Division �lmeni d Pu6:_ Hewn b jjtrgnmer,[ Page 9 of 15 4) The following equipment is currently exempt from construction permitting requirements and/or APEN reporting requirements based on information provided by the operator for the Division's analysis: AIRS ID Facility ID Description Notes 037/0076/016 Mountain Cummins APEN and These units are exempt from Top Model: QSB4.5 Permit APEN reporting requirements Express- SN: 73552822 Exempt because the uncontrolled Evac emissions of NOx are below 2 Engine tons per year (Regulation Number 3, Part A, II.D.i.a), and are therefore also exempt from construction permitting requirements (Regulation Number 3, Part B, II.D.1.a). 037/0076/017 Mountain Cummins APEN and These units are exempt from Top Model: QSK19 Permit APEN reporting requirements Express- SN: 37258589 Exempt because the uncontrolled Backup emissions of NOx are below 2 Engine tons per year (Regulation Number 3, Part A, II.D.1.a), and are therefore also exempt from construction permitting requirements (Regulation Number 3, Part B, II.D.1.a). 5) In accordance with C.R.S. 25-7-114.1, each Air Pollutant Emission Notice (APEN) associated with this permit is valid for a term of five years from the date it was received by the Division. A revised APEN must be submitted no later than 30 days before the five-year term expires. Please refer to the most recent annual fee invoice to determine the APEN expiration date for each emissions point associated with this permit. For any questions regarding a specific expiration date call the Division at (303)-692-3150. 6) This facility is classified as follows: Applicable Status Requirement Operating Permit Major source of NOx PSD Minor Source 7) Some of these engines are subject to 40 CFR, Part 63, Subpart ZZZZ - National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants for Reciprocating Internal Combustion Engines (Federally enforceable only). A copy of the complete subpart is available on the EPA website at: http://www.ecfr.gov/cyi-bin/text-idx?node=sp40.l4.63.7=. All initial notifications, compliance demonstrations, and required documentation should be submitted directly to U.S. EPA Region 8 and copies sent to the Colorado Air Pollution Control Division COLORADO ' Air Pollution Control Division �eirw'•me^: d q:� I lea�:n b Ercr„oTrzr!�trt Page 10 of 15 8) Full text of the , Pr do nvzFETic Code of Federal Regulations can be found at the website listed below: http: / /www.ecfr.eov/cei-bin/text- idx?gp=EtSID=2a3fbebe8f5c2f47006ad49ae4b4c080Etmc=truelttpl=/ecfrbrowse/Title40/40tab 02 Apt Part 60: Standards of Performance for New Stationary Sources NSPS 60.4200-60.4219 Subpart 1111 Part 63: National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants for Source Categories MACT 1 63.6580-63.6675 1 Subpart ZZZZ 9) Points 014, 015, 016, 017, 048, 049, 050, 058, 059, 060, 061: These engines must be used for emergency purposes only. If engine is to be used for any non -emergency purpose (demand response, peak shaving, base power, etc.), the source must submit a new Air Pollutant Emission Notice (APEN) and must meet the NSPS III[ Interim Tier 4, or Tier 4 Final Standards. (Reference: NSPS IIII, S 60.4211 (f) and Regulation Number 3, Part A II.A.) 10) Manufacturers certification of compliance with the New Source Performance Standards Subpart [III was submitted with the original application for this permit. 11) The permit holder is required to pay fees for the processing time for this permit. An invoice for these fees will be issued after the permit is issued. Failure to pay the invoice will result in revocation of this permit. The permit holder must pay the invoice within 30 days of receipt of the invoice (Reference: Regulation Number 3, Part A, VI.B.). 12) Unless specifically stated otherwise, the general and specific conditions contained in this permit have been determined by the Division to be necessary to assure compliance with the provisions of Section 25-7-114.5(7)(a), C.R.S. 13) Each and every condition of this permit is a material part hereof and is not severable. Any challenge to or appeal of a condition hereof must constitute a rejection of the entire permit and upon such occurrence, this permit must be deemed denied ab initio. This permit may be revoked at any time prior to self -certification and final authorization by the Division on grounds set forth in the Colorado Air Pollution Prevention and Control Act and regulations of the AQCC including failure to meet any express term or condition of the permit. If the Division denies a permit, conditions imposed upon a permit are contested by the applicant, or the Division revokes a permit, the applicant or owner or operator of a source may request a hearing before the AQCC for review of the Division's action. (Reference: Regulation Number 3, Part B III.F.) 14) Section 25-7-114.7(2)(a), C.R.S. requires that all sources required to file an Air Pollutant Emission Notice (APEN) must pay an annual emission fee. If a source or activity is to be discontinued, the owner must notify the Division in writing requesting a cancellation of the permit. Upon notification, annual fee billing will terminate. 15) Violation of the terms of a permit or of the provisions of the Colorado Air Pollution Prevention and Control Act or the regulations of the AQCC may result in administrative, civil or criminal enforcement actions under Sections 25-7-115 (enforcement), -121 (injunctions), -122 (civil penalties), -122.1 (criminal penalties), C.R.S. ® W. ICOLO12ADO Air Pollution Control Division Ueosr vert of ?nit Hea:h 6 E=onirmt Page 11 of 15 ATTACA1glA: ALTERNATIVE OPERATING SCENARIOS STATIONARY (CI) ENGINE October 1, 2011 The current AOS requirements have been included as per below. AOS requirements can change based on new/modified regulations or changes to the facility status. The permittee must comply with the appropriate AOS requirements contained in the most recently issued version of PS -Memo 11-04, available on the Division's website, which may be different than the requirements below. 1. Alternative Operating Scenarios The following Alternative Operating Scenario (AOS) for the temporary and permanent replacement of Stationary (CI) engines has been reviewed in accordance with the requirements of Regulation Number 3., Part A, IV.A, Operational Flexibility- Alternative Operating Scenarios, Regulation Number 3, Part B, Construction Permits, and Regulation Number 3, Part D, Major Stationary Source New Source Review and Prevention of Significant Deterioration, and it has been found to meet all applicable substantive and procedural requirements. This permit incorporates and must be considered a Construction Permit for any engine replacement performed in accordance with this AOS, and the owner or operator must be allowed to perform such engine replacement without applying for a revision to this permit or obtaining a new Construction Permit. 1.1 Engine Replacement The following AOS is incorporated into this permit in order to deal with an engine breakdown or periodic routine maintenance and repair of an existing onsite engine that requires the use of either a temporary or permanent replacement engine. "Temporary" is defined as in the same service for 90 operating days or less in any 12 month period. "Permanent" is defined as in the same service for more than 90 operating days in any 12 month period. The 90 days is the total number of days that the engine is in operation. If the engine operates only part of a day, that day must count as a single day towards the 90 - day total. The compliance demonstrations and any periodic monitoring required by this AOS are in addition to any compliance demonstrations or periodic monitoring required by this permit. All replacement engines are subject to all federally applicable and state -only requirements set forth in this permit (including monitoring and record keeping. The results of any all tests and the associated calculations required by this AOS must be submitted to the Division within 60 days. Results of all tests must be kept on site for five (5) years and made available to the Division upon request. The owner or operator must maintain a log on-site and contemporaneously record the start and stop date of any engine replacement, the manufacturer, date of manufacture, model number, horsepower, and serial number of the engine(s) that are replaced during the term of this permit, and the manufacturer, model number, horsepower, and serial number of the replacement engine. 1.1.1 The owner or operator may temporarily replace an existing engine that is covered by this permit with a different engine without modifying this permit, so long as the temporary replacement engine complies with all permit limitations and other COLORADO Air Pollution Control Division :a?un.ctiMahbEir-onmie Page 12 of 15 req uiremEn apapplicai5 a to -`t ex lgine. ulation of emissions from the temporary replacement engine must be made as set forth in section 2.1.3. 1.1.2 An Air Pollutant Emissions Notice (APEN) that includes the specific manufacturer, model and serial number and horsepower of the permanent replacement engine must be filed with the Division for the permanent replacement engine within 14 calendar days of commencing operation of the replacement engine. The APEN must be accompanied by the appropriate APEN filing fee, a cover letter explaining that the owner or operator is exercising an alternative operating scenario and is installing a permanent replacement engine and an analysis of any new applicable requirements for the replacement engine as required by Condition 2.2. This submittal must be accompanied by a certification from the Responsible Official indicating that "based on the information and belief formed after reasonable inquiry, the statements and information included in the submittal are true, accurate and complete". This AOS cannot be used for permanent engine replacement of a grandfathered or permit exempt engine or an engine that is not subject to emission limits. The owner or operator must agree to pay fees based on the normal permit processing rate for review of information submitted to the Division in regard to any permanent engine replacement. 1.1.3 Compliance of the replacement engine with the applicable emission limitations of the original engine must be monitored by one of the following methods: 1) Manufacturer certified emission factors showing compliance. 2) Stack tests of same make and model showing compliance. This would only be considered if the test was done under similar conditions to Colorado (i.e. at altitude). 3) Stack tests on the engine. 1.2 Applicable Regulations for Permanent Engine Replacements 1.2.1 NSPS for stationary compression ignition internal combustion engines: 40 CFR Part 60, Subpart IIII. A permanent replacement engine that is ordered after July 11, 2005 and manufactured after April 1, 2006 or is modified or reconstructed after July 11, 2005 is subject to the requirements of 40 CFR Part 60, Subpart IIII. An analysis of applicable monitoring, recordkeeping, and reporting requirements for the permanent engine replacement must be included in any request for a permanent engine replacement. Note that under the provisions of Regulation Number 6. Part B, I.B. that Relocation of a source from outside of the State of Colorado into the State of Colorado is considered to be a new source, subject to the requirements of Regulation Number 6 (i.e., the date that the source is first relocated to Colorado becomes equivalent to the date of manufacture for purposes of determining the applicability of NSPS IIII requirements). ® COLORADO Air Pollution Control Division il��sr'�ne: S of Pum; Hra�tn b vw; onm.+�u Page 13 of 15 1.2.2. MACT for Stationary Reciprocating Internal Combustion Engines:40 CFR Part 63, Subpart ZZZZ. Any permanent replacement engine located at either an area or major source is subject to the requirements of 40 CFR Part 63, Subpart ZZZZ. An analysis of applicable monitoring, recordkeeping, and reporting requirements for the permanent engine replacement must be included in any request for a permanent engine replacement. 1.3 Additional Sources The replacement of an existing engine with a new engine is viewed by the Division as the installation of a new emissions unit, not "routine replacement" of an existing unit. The AOS is therefore essentially an advanced construction permit review. The AOS cannot be used for additional new emission points for any site; an engine that is being installed as an entirely new emission point and not as part of an AOS -approved replacement of an existing onsite engine has to go through the appropriate Construction/ Operating permitting process prior to installation. COLORADO Air Pollution Control Division AM I L`egvtmentof Wb"cWeffitrtb'vrronrr�c Page 14 of 15 V i I Permit Equipment List Point Description Make, Model, SN Mfg HP Site HP 001 Wildwood Express - Backup Cummins, Model: KTA19-P525, 525 462 emergency engine SN: 65119 002 Riva Bahn - Backup emergency Cummins, Model: KT38-P800, 743 684 engine SN: 75892-1 003 Born Free - Backup emergency Cummins, Model: KTTA19-P700, 700 700 engine SN: 39245 005 Pride Express - Backup Cummins, Model: KTTA19-P700, 700 644 emergency engine SN:61875 006 Eagle Bahn Gondola VA 19 - Cummins, Model: 1000 DFLB, 1000 920 Backup emergency engine #1 SN:F960610188 007 Eagle Bahn Gondola VA 19 - Cummins, Model: 1000 DFLB, 1000 920 Backup emergency engine #2 SN: F960610189 008 Highline - Backup emergency Detroit Diesel, Model: R1238K, 850 748 engine SN: 5352005556 010 Sourdough- Backup Detroit Diesel, Model: Series 425 374 emergency engine 60, SN:06R0975471 012 High Noon - Backup Cummins, Model: QSK15, SN: 400 352 emergency engine 79428036 013 High Noon - Evac emergency Cummins, Model: QSK15, SN: 400 352 engine 79428034 014 Gondola 1 Backup emergency Cummins, Model: GST30 G5 1102 1014 engine #1 NR2, SN: 37253752 015 Gondola 1 Backup emergency Cummins, Model: GST30 G5 1102 1014 engine #2 NR2, SN: 37253932 017 Mountain Top Express - Cummins, Model: QSK19, SN: 760 669 Backup emergency engine 37258589 029 Skyline Express -Backup Cummins, Model: Cummins, 900 756 emergency engine Model: KT38 P900, SN:33143143 031 Teacup Express - Backup Cummins, Model: KT38 P900, 900 792 emergency engine SN: 33143148 034 Orient Express - Backup Cummins, Model: KTTA19-P700, 700 616 emergency engine SN: 37121654 040 Gopher Hill - Backup Cummins, Model: NT 855P-335, 335 335 emergency engine SN: 10560547 044 Game Creek - Backup Cummins, Model: KTA19P, SN: 525 462 emergency engine 31133403 050 Avanti Express - Backup Caterpillar, Model: C18 ACERT, 800 704 Engine SN: WRH07516 058 Sun Up Express - Backup Cummins, Model: QSX15, SN: 535 492 Engine TBD 060 Northwoods Express Backup Cummins, Model: QSX15, SN: 500 440 Engine TBD ®�ICOLORADO Air Pollution Control Division Depirsne: t of ?ubc Nea;tn b Uit%m mmu Page 15 of 15 AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DIVISION PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS PERMIT NUMBER: 03EA0118 DATE: December 26, 2018 APPLICANT: The Vail Corporation dba Vail Mountain Resort ENGINEER: KC Houlden CP SUPERVISOR: R K Hancock III, PE PROJECT DESCRIPTION The company listed above has applied for an air emission permit to construct and operate 12 new engines, along with 12 existing engines, for emergency back-up power to ski lifts at the facility located at 862 S. Frontage Road W, Vail, in Eagle County, Colorado. SUMMARY OF EMISSIONS (tons/year) SOURCE AIR CONTROLLED POTENTIAL TO POLLUTANT EMISSIONS EMIT Permitted NOx 82.4 82.4 engines Arrabelle Permitted totals NOx 21.5 21.5 Insignificant source facility NOx 86.6 86.6 totals Facility total NOx 190.5 190.5 The Division has determined that the above emission source will comply with all applicable regulations and standards, and plans to issue an emission permit. A copy of the draft permit is included in the public comment packet. SOURCE CLASSIFICATION The facility has the potential to emit (PTE) a total of 160.6 tons of Nitrogen Oxides (NOx) per year. Because this source has a PTE greater than 100 tons per year of a criteria pollutant, this source is classified as a major facility. Because the applicant is being issued a permit for over 50 tons of NOx per year in an attainment area, this source is required to undergo a public comment process. ..p. 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E O W pa "►b� �E�W gyw « � �- 0 o a 4 o A4 �Emx,, a p u b o o w-�z o oo w c °> Y Yo Ea m c �w� o 3 off ° a A o A� t-hgo H Yd �•�� O � O S. �N O C� mc U O o 4 c U H H w Iwo �w � pp..,, O U<vM42 A w° m Qin a of s A C C� m l A A y L A >0 y cc G'G1 v N H LU N F- Q w N FN Q LU Y N F- Q w N Y <(L N {- Q w a co 0 co 0 co 0 N 090 .N- 000 oro.- L n. s � rn Lf)laj o 1 p Z.17 q 1 1 49 N 0 COLORADO Air Pollution Control Division A`Department of Public Health B Environment Dedicated to protecting and improving the health and environment of the people of Colorado New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) — 40 CFR Part 60, Subpart IIII Applicability Air Pollutant Emission Notice (APEN) Addendum Form for Diesel Engines Company Name: The Vail Corporation dba Vail Mountain Ski Area Engine Information' Make: Caterpillar Model: C18 ACE RT SN: Unknown 1. Date of Engine Manufacture: 2014 2. Has this engine operated outside of the state of Colorado? ❑ Yes No 3. If you answered "Yes" to question 2, please answer the following question. (If you answered "No" to question 2, please leave this field blank.) What is the date of first entry into Colorado? 4. This engine was manufactured to meet the following tier level standardS2 (e.g., Tier 1, Tier 2): Tier 2 Permit #3: GP06 AIRS ID': A copy of this form, along with appropriate supporting documentation', shall be maintained on-site or at a local field office, with stationary source responsibility, with a copy of the construction permit, exemption letter or general permit approval letter issued by the Colorado Air Pollution Control Division (the Division) for this emissions source. These records may be kept in either electronic or hard copy format provided that they can be promptly supplied to the Division or agents thereof upon request. This engine shall comply with the New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) requirements of Colorado Air Quality Control Commission Regulation No. 6, Part A, Subpart IIII, Standards of Performance for Stationary Compression Ignition Internal Combustion Engines (CI ICE) including, but not limited to, the following: [The requirements below reflect the rule language of 40 CFR Part 60 Subpart IIII published in the Federal Register on 7/11/2006. However, if revisions to this Subpart are published at a later date, the owner or operator is subject to the requirements contained in the revised version of 40 CFR Part 60, Subpart IIII.] I. All fuel used shall meet the following specifications: A. Sulfur content shall not exceed 15 ppm B. Have a minimum cetane index of 40 or have a maximum aromatic compound content of 35% by volume C. Compliance shall be demonstrated by maintaining copies of the fuel specifications provided by the supplier on-site or in a readily accessible location and made available to the Division for inspection upon request. II. The engine and control devices must be installed, configured, operated and maintained according to the specifications and instructions provided by the engine manufacturer. III. If the engine is equipped with a diesel particulate filter, the filter must be installed with a backpressure monitor that notifies the owner or operator when the high backpressure limit of the engine is approached. Records shall be kept of any corrective action taken after the backpressure monitor has notified the owner or operator that the high backpressure limit is approached. IV. If the engine is used for emergency purposes, a non-resettable hour meter must be installed prior to start-up. V. If the diesel fuel -fired engine referenced herein avoids tier 4 or 4i requirements by being an emergency generator, the engine shall not be used for any purpose except emergency power generation and for the purpose of maintenance 4300 Cherry Creek Drive S., Denver, CO 80246-1530 P 303-692-2000 www.colorado.gov/cdphe John W. Hickenlooper, Governor I Larry Wolk, MD, MSPH, Executive Director and Chief Medical Officer FORM APCD-214 Page 1 of 2 V1 r t a rt Version 2014-10-22 J checks and readiness testing, provided that the tests are recommended by Federal, State or local government, the manufacturer, the vendor or the insurance company associated with the engine. Maintenance checks and readiness testing of such units is limited to 100 hours per year. There is no time limit on the use of emergency stationary ICE in emergency situations. The owner or operator may petition the Administrator for approval of additional hours to be used for maintenance checks and readiness testing, but a petition is not required if the owner or operator maintains records indicating that Federal, State, or local standards require maintenance and testing of emergency ICE beyond 100 hours per year. Emergency stationary ICE may operate up to 50 hours per year in non -emergency situations, but those 50 hours are counted towards the 100 hours per year provided for maintenance and testing. The 50 hours per year for non -emergency situations cannot be used for peak shaving or to generate income for a facility to supply power to an electric grid or otherwise supply non -emergency power as part of a financial arrangement with another entity. For owners and operators of emergency engines, any operation other than emergency operation, maintenance and testing, and operation in non -emergency situations for 50 hours per year, as permitted in this section, is prohibited. VI. Emission Standards: A. The engine referenced herein shall meet all the emissions standards applicable to the engine. B. Compliance with the NSPS Subpart IIII Emissions Standards for Non -Methane Hydrocarbons (NMHC), Nitrogen Oxides (NOx), Carbon Monoxide (CO) and Particulate Matter (PM) shall be demonstrated by filing a copy of the unit's certification documentation of compliance with the NSPS Subpart IIII emissions standards, with the associated application. VII. The following requirements of Regulation No. 6, Part A, Subpart A, General Provisions, shall apply: A. At all times, including periods of start-up, shutdown, and malfunction, the engine and control equipment shall, to the extent practicable, be maintained and operated in a manner consistent with good air pollution control practices for minimizing emissions. Determination of whether or not acceptable operating and maintenance procedures are being used will be based on information available to the Division, which may include, but is not limited to, monitoring results, opacity observations, review of operating and maintenance procedures, and inspection of the source. (Reference: Regulation No. 6, Part A. General Provisions from 40 CFR 60.11) B. No article, machine, equipment or process shall be used to conceal an emission which would otherwise constitute a violation of an applicable standard. Such concealment includes, but is not limited to, the use of gaseous diluents to achieve compliance with an opacity standard or with a standard which is based on the concentration of a pollutant in the gases discharged to the atmosphere. (5 60.12) C. Written notification of construction and initial startup dates shall be submitted to the Division as required under 5 60.7. D. Records of startups, shutdowns, and malfunctions shall be maintained, as required under 5 60.7. VIII. This engine meets all the requirements in New Source Performance Standard (NSPS) Subpart IIII as applicable to the specific engine, including the standards required for relocating into Colorado as set forth in Regulation No. 6, Part B, Section I.C. I hereby certify that all information contained herein is complete, true and correct. I certify that this source is and will be operated in full compliance with the applicable tier standards of Colorado Air Quality Control Commission Regulation No. 6, Part A, Subpart IIII, Standards of Performance for Stationary Compression Ignition Internal Combustion Engines (CI ICE) as well as all other requirements referenced herein. "e M. Bevington Director, Health & Safety of �egally Authorizgpd-PersQn (Please Print) Title of Legally I If the engine has not been selected or ordered as of the date of submission of the construction permit application, this forth must be completed and submitted to the Colorado Air Pollution Control Division, for an affected engine, within one hundred and eighty (180) days after the commencement of construction/operation. 2 This information can be obtained from the engine manufacturer. a Please enter this Information If this form is being submitted after the date of submission of the construction permit application and a permit number and AIRS ID number have been assigned. Otherwise, leave these fields blank. 4 Supporting documentation Includes: document(s) proving the date of first entry into Colorado (purchase receipt, delivery receipt, etc.) and tier standard certification ] information from the manufacturer, as applicable. FORM APCD-214 Page 2 of 2 Version 2014-10-22 �5 i .e C�o ti 0 0 \ W u z E w h a u 0 .�O °e zMEg❑ Fq0 701 N u .y. rti• y u w baoarp r M N r N O CD h"".r» C E� � m Cd W C -1Z W e r' �, mC V O V 0 C CD d t V U C o ^M �^ o M z W N 701 N u .y. rti• y .w. �o y O O p baoarp � a 00U _ E h"".r» C E� � _q U cd Cd W C -1Z e r' �, mC V O V C CD d M �, C C o ^M �^ o M W C CO > C N p " oMo p m G' C O a� m3Nqq N�m W p $ E `' m d� ►Z' in U En 0 7 - y �j w° m v 0 C to W u E o dco� � v 4 in g z N CL G a p > uy 70 .up C w u 7 r�j A oW�, C 0011 m a C° o o E .td p o ci K owl o.,U000 0 u •O ° a N LMO W 8 ml z z Ln W X c v 4l, C a Lo M s 3 Co N .G C W u Mi N414 W I� Wb m .y. rti• y .w. �o y O O p baoarp � a 00U _ E h"".r» _q U cd Cd W C -1Z r' �, mC V O V U to M �, C C o ^M �^ o M W C �7 O u 4: p " oMo p m G' C O a� m3Nqq N�m W C o E `' W d� ►Z' c0t -� [7w W En 0 7 - y �j w° m v 'COD' R,a G a p > uy 70 .up C w u o i u oW�, C 0011 m a C° o o E .td e� o ci K owl o.,U000 0 u •O ° y °' O «7 V C CC u a Ea a � Ea � p.,�o a pVtr UavMA .. w° Qin ml z z Ln W X c v 4l, C a Lo M s 3 Co N .G C W u Mi N414 W I� Wb m 1 Co I— C) O O E W -� C3 x w' O O N O A M r A a (A ` u N y cy T :3 0 L O a O o to T a .a y 4 u Q 7 ,l Fw . Y L � O W U N u N W air c � W .N'• 1 N N N N N N H W ^O V >. �v dl 7 0 a co N N co C4 N coN r- O O O o c+i o 0 Vl h E W �• a Y Y � O v A Q 'O Y � ` L_ C �c.. O a O s- N C4 N epi o C4 6 o cn z> CL E 0 c U ca c .a =1 � 0 U) 0.- > � � c O'00. W L e0 w p O o Ui+ ate+ ao a O U � U � U 'Q Y 3 0 V1 VU^ Y 3 •a, c Y o U �1 m ca baY F 0 W C 9a. 0 O » •3 -o 9 m Cr is m o .40. r Q �o 0. cli COLORADO Air Pollution Control Division Department of Public Health & Environment Dedicated to protecting and improving the health and environment of the people of Colorado New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) - 40 CFR Part 60, Subpart IIII Applicability Air Pollutant Emission Notice (APEN) Addendum Form for Diesel Engines Company Name: The Vail Corporation dba Vail Mountain Ski Area Engine Information' ,._,-_. Cummins QSX15 1. Date of Engine Manufacture: 2016 2. Has this engine operated outside of the state of Colorado? Yes / Q No 3. If you answered "Yes" to question 2, please answer the following question. (If you answered "No" to question 2, please leave this field blank.) What is the date of first entry into Colorado? 4. This engine was manufactured to meet the following tier level standards' (e.g., Tier 1, Tier 2): Tier 3 Permit #3: O7 rn O 1 I 0 AIRS ID3: 037 / 0076 / 05 A copy of this form, along with appropriate supporting documentation,, shall be maintained on-site or at a local field office, with stationary source responsibility, with a copy of the construction permit, exemption letter or general permit approval letter issued by the Colorado Air Pollution Control Division (the Division) for this emissions source. These records may be kept in either electronic or hard copy format provided that they can be promptly supplied to the Division or agents thereof upon request. This engine shall comply with the New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) requirements of Colorado Air Quality Control Commission Regulation No. 6, Part A, Subpart IIII, Standards of Performance for Stationary Compression Ignition Internal Combustion Engines (Cl ICE) including, but not limited to, the following: [The requirements below reflect the rule language of 40 CFR Part 60 Subpart IIII published in the Federal Register on 01 /30/2013. However, if revisions to this Subpart are published at a later date, the owner or operator is subject to the requirements contained in the revised version of 40 CFR Part 60, Subpart IIII.] I. All fuel used shall meet the following specifications: A. Sulfur content shall not exceed 15 ppm B. Have a minimum cetane index of 40 or have a maximum aromatic compound content of 35% by volume C. Compliance shall be demonstrated by maintaining copies of the fuel specifications provided by the supplier on-site or in a readily accessible location and made available to the Division for inspection upon request. II. The engine and control devices must be installed, configured, operated and maintained according to the specifications and instructions provided by the engine manufacturer. III. If the engine is equipped with a diesel particulate filter, the filter must be installed with a backpressure monitor that notifies the owner or operator when the high backpressure limit of the engine is approached. Records shall be kept of any corrective action taken after the backpressure monitor has notified the owner or operator that the high backpressure limit is approached. IV. If the engine is used for emergency purposes, a non-resettable hour meter must be installed prior to start-up. V. If the diesel fuel -fired engine referenced herein avoids tier 4 or 4i requirements by being an emergency generator, the engine shall not be used for any purpose except emergency power generation and for the purpose of maintenance 4300 Cherry Creek Drive S., Denver, CO 80246-1530 P 303-692-2000 www.colorado.gov/cdphe John W. Hickenlooper, Governor I Larry Wolk, MD, MSPH, Executive Director and Chief Medical Officer FORM APCD-214 Page 1 of 2 R� of } 1`876 Version 2015-06-15 Q$I Old Lo `"4 ro I9 I.-„ M checks and readiness testing, provided that the tests are recommended by Federal, State or local government, the manufacturer, the vendor or the insurance company associated with the engine. Maintenance checks and readiness testing of such units is limited to 100 hours per year. There is no time limit on the use of emergency stationary ICE in emergency situations. The owner or operator may petition the Administrator for approval of additional hours to be used for maintenance checks and readiness testing, but a petition is not required if the owner or operator maintains records indicating that Federal, State, or local standards require maintenance and testing of emergency ICE beyond 100 hours per year. Emergency stationary ICE may operate up to 50 hours per year in non -emergency situations, but those 50 hours are counted towards the 100 hours per year provided for maintenance and testing. The 50 hours per year for non -emergency situations cannot be used for peak shaving or to generate income for a facility to supply power to an electric grid or otherwise supply non -emergency power as part of a financial arrangement with another entity. For owners and operators of emergency engines, any operation other than emergency operation, maintenance and testing, and operation in non -emergency situations for 50 hours per year, as permitted in this section, is prohibited. VI. Emission Standards: A. The engine referenced herein shall meet all the emissions standards applicable to the engine. B. Compliance with the NSPS Subpart IIII Emissions Standards for Non -Methane Hydrocarbons (NMHC), Nitrogen Oxides (NOx), Carbon Monoxide (CO) and Particulate Matter (PM) shall be demonstrated by filing a copy of the unit's certification documentation of compliance with the NSPS Subpart 1111 emissions standards, with the associated application. VI I. The following requirements of Regulation No. 6, Part A, Subpart A, General Provisions, shall apply: A. At all times, including periods of start-up, shutdown, and malfunction, the engine and control equipment shall, to the extent practicable, be maintained and operated in a manner consistent with good air pollution control practices for minimizing emissions. Determination of whether or not acceptable operating and maintenance procedures are being used will be based on information available to the Division, which may include, but is not limited to, monitoring results, opacity observations, review of operating and maintenance procedures, and inspection of the source. (Reference: Regulation No. 6, Part A. General Provisions from 40 CFR 60.11) B. No article, machine, equipment or process shall be used to conceal an emission which would otherwise constitute a violation of an applicable standard. Such concealment includes, but is not limited to, the use of gaseous diluents to achieve compliance with an opacity standard or with a standard which is based on the concentration of a pollutant in the gases discharged to the atmosphere. (S 60.12) C. Written notification of construction and initial startup dates shall be submitted to the Division 4s required under 5 60.7. D. Records of startups, shutdowns. and malfunctions shall be maintained, as required under S 60.7 - VI Il. This engine meets all the requirements in New Source Performance Standard (NSPS) Subpart 1111 as applicable to the specific engine, including the standards required for relocating into Colorado as set forth in Regulation No. 6, Part B, Section I. C. I hereby certify that all information contained herein is complete, true and correct. I certify that this source is and will be operated in full compliance with the applicable tier standards of Colorado Air Quality Control Commission Regulation No. 6, Part A, Subpart IIII, Standards of Performance for Stationary Compression Ignition Internal Combustion Engines (CI ICE) as well as all other requirements referenced herein. Rob Whittier Name of Legally Authorized Person (Please Print) Signature of Legally Authorized Person Director Emdroamantal Sustalnabilty d Cumpflance Title Date 1 If the engine has not been selected or ordered as of the date of submission of the construction permit application, this form must be completed and submitted to the Colorado Air Pollution Control Division, for an affected engine, within one hundred and eighty (180) days after the commencement of construction/operation. 2 This information can be obtained from the engine manufacturer. 3 Please enter this Information if this form is being submitted after the date of submission of the construction permit application and a permit number and AIRS ID number have been assigned. Otherwise, leave these fields blank. 4 Supporting documentation includes: documenUs) proving the date of first entry Into Colorado (purchase receipt, delivery receipt, etc.) and tier standard certification information from the manufacturer, as applicable. FORM APCD-214 Page 2 of 2 Version 2015-06-15 Diesel Engine APEN r.�.�'EljC JLLW Form APCD-233'`�� Air Pollutant Emission Notice (APEN) and Application for Construction Permit All sections of this APEN and application must be completed for both new and existing facilities, including APEN updates. An application with missing information may be determined incomplete and may be returned or result in longer application processing times. You may be charged an additional APEN fee if the APEN is filled out incorrectly or is missing information and requires re-submittal. This APEN is to be used for diesel reciprocating internal combustion engines. If your emission unit does not fall into that category, there may be a different specialty APEN available for your operation (e.g. mining operations, asphalt plant, crusher, screen). In addition, the General APEN (Form APCD-200) is available if the specialty APEN options do not meet your reporting needs. A list of specialty APENs is available on the Air Pollution Control Division (APCD) website at www.coLorado.gov/cdphe/apcd. This emission notice is valid for five (5) years. Submission of a revised APEN is required 30 days prior to expiration of the five-year term, or when a reportable change is made (significant emissions increase, increase production, new equipment, change in fuel type, etc). See Regulation No. 3, Part A, II.C. for revised APEN requirements. Permit Number: 03Ef� O 119 AIRS ID Number: 037 / 0076 / 0U 0 (Leave blank unless APCD has already assigned a permit k and AIRS ID] Section 1 - Administrative Information Company Name': The Vail Corporation dba Vail Mountain Resort Site Name: Vail Mountain Site Location: Vail, CO Mailing Address: zip cOde) 390 Interlocken Crescent, Suite 1000 Broomfield, CO Portable Source Home Base: NA Site Location County: Eagle NAICS or SIC Code: 7011 Permit Contact: Scott Leslie Phone Number: -970-754-4160 E -Mail Addrese: sleslie®vailresorts.com ' Please use the full, legal company name registered with the Colorado Secretary of State. This is the company name that will appear on all documents issued by the APCD. Any changes will require additional paperwork. 2 Permits and any processing invoices will be issued by APCD via e-mail to the address provided. 364353 COLORADO /JJ Form APCD-233 - Diesel Reciprocating Internal Combustion Engine APEN - Revision 1/2017 1 ®® �: Permit Number: AIRS ID Number: [Leave blank unless APCD has already assigned a permit #, and AIRS ID] 037 /0079 Section 2- Requested Action ❑� NEW permit OR newly -reported emission source (check each box below that applies) STATIONARY source ❑ PORTABLE source ❑� Request coverage under a Construction Permit ❑ Request coverage under General Permit GP063 If General Permit coverage is requested, the General Permit registration fee of $900.00 must be submitted along with the APEN Filing fee. - OR - ❑ MODIFICATION to existing permit (check each box below that applies) ❑ Change permit limit ❑ Change company name �c Add point to existing permit ❑ Transfer of ownership' ❑ Other (describe below) - OR - ❑ APEN submittal for update only (Please note blank APENs will not be accepted) - ADDITIONAL PERMIT AcnoNs - ❑ Notification of Alternative Operating Scenario (AOS) permanent replacements ❑ APEN submittal for permit exempt/grandfathered source Additional Info & Notes: Emergency engine associated with new lift at ski resort 3 Only one engine may be reported per APEN for GP06 coverage. Coverage under G1306 is voluntary. 4 For transfer of ownership, a completed Transfer of Ownership Certification Form (Form APCD-1D4) must be submitted. 5 GP06 fee is not required, but APEN filing fee is required. Section 3 - General Information General description of equipment and purpose: Company equipment Identification No. (optional): For existing sources, operation began on: Emergency power to ski lift Northwoods Express Backup Engine For new or reconstructed sources, the projected start-up date is: Fall 2017 AMW COLORADO Form APCD-233 - Diesel Reciprocating Internal Combustion Engine APEN - Revision 1/2017 2 AMW �'= Permit Number: AIRS ID Number: 037 [Leave blank unless APCD has already assigned a permit a and AIRS ID] Section 4 - Engine Information /0078 Engine Function: ❑ Standard ❑ Peaking Power 0 Emergency (max. 500 hrs/year) ❑Fire Water Pump What is the maximum number of hours this engine will be used for emergency back-up hours/year power? 500 Engine Make Cummins Model QSX15 Serial TBD What is the maximum designed horsepower rating? 500 hp What is the engine displacement? 2.5 l/cyl What is the site -rated horsepower rating? 440 hp Is this APEN reporting an AOS replacement engine? ❑ Yes ❑r No If yes, please provide the make, model and serial number of the old engine below: Engine Make Model Serial Is this engine subject to 40 CFR, Part 60, NSPS Subpart III0❑ Yes ❑ No If yes, please complete the New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) - 40 CFR, Part 60, Subpart IIII Applicability APEN Addendum Form (Form APCD-214) for new and AOS applications. Attach Form APCD-214 to this APEN. What is the manufactured date of this engine? 2016 What is the date this engine was first located to Colorado? 2017 What is the first date of operation for this engine? 2017 (TBD) 6 Certification under NSPS IIII is required for General Permit GP06 coverage. Section 5 - Engine Stack Information Geographical Coordinates (LatfUde/Longitude or UTM) OPMW DLVChhWHQW i atp. Flow 90 Std ID iN06 Aboft C"md Level � Indicate the direction of the stack outlet: (check one) 0 Upward ❑ Downward ❑ Horizontal ❑ Other (describe): Indicate the stack opening and size: (deck one) ❑ Circular Interior stack diameter (inches): ❑ Square/ rectangle Interior stack width (inches): ❑ Other (describe): ❑ Upward with obstructing raincap Interior stack depth (inches): COLORADO Form APCD-233 - Diesel Reciprocating Internal Combustion Engine APEN - Revision 1/2017 3 � , o:.,:."�` Permit Number: AIRS ID Number: 037 /0079 [Leave bunk unless APCD has already assigned a permit # and AIRS ID] Section 6 - Fuel Data and Throughput Information Fuel Use Rate @ 100% Load (Gallons/hour) Actual Annual Fuel Use (Gelloneyear) Requested Annual Permit Limit (G311ons/year) 24.3 TSP (PM) 12,139 -OR- Engine Use Rate (Hoursryear) Actual Annual Engine Use (Hours/year) Requested Annual Permit Limit (hlours/year) 500 TSP (PM) 500 From what year is the actual annual fuel use data? 7 Requested values will become permit limitations. Requested limit(s) should consider future process growth. Section 7 - Criteria Pollutant Emissions Information Attach all emission calculations and emission factor documentation to this APEN form. Pollutant Emission Factor (Ib/hp-hr) Emission Factor Source Actual Emission Totals (AP -42, Mfg. Permit, etc) (Tonsiyear) Requested Emission Totals (Tonsryear) TSP (PM) 2.20E-03 AP -42 0.24 PM10 2.20E-03 AP -42 0.24 PM'.' 2.20E-03 AP -42 0.24 SOx 2.05E-03 AP -42 0.23 N0, 0.031 AP -42 3.41 CO 6.68E-03 AP -42 0.73 VOC 2.47E-03 AP -42 0.27 7 Requested values will become permit limitations. Requested limit(s) should consider future process growth. AW COLORADO Form APCD-233 - Diesel Reciprocating Intemal Combustion Engine APEN - Revision 1/2017 4 AMV , �:, Permit Number: AIRS ID Number: 037 /0079 (Leave blank unless APCD has already assigned a permit # and AIRS ID] Section 8 - Applicant Certification I hereby certify that all information contained herein and information submitted with this application is complete, true and correct. If this is a registration for coverage under general permit GP06, I further certify that this source is and will be operated in full compliance with each condition of general permit GP06. Person (not a vendor or consultant) Geno (Scott) Leslie Name (please print) Check the appropriate box to request a copy of the: ❑Q Engineer's Preliminary Analysis conducted Draft permit prior to issuance Draft permit prior to public notice (o & — 2 01') Date Director Lift Maintenance, Vail (Checking any of these boxes may result in an increased fee and/or processing time) Title This emission notice is valid for five (5) years. Submission of a revised APEN Is required 30 days prior to expiration of the five-year term, or when a reportable change is made (significant emissions increase, increase production, new equipment, change In fuel type, etc). See Regulation No. 3, Part A, II.C. for revised APEN requirements. Send this form along with $152.90 and the General Permit registration fee of $900, if applicable, to: Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment Air Pollution Control Division APCD-SS-B1 4300 Cherry Creek Drive South Denver, CO 80246-1530 Make check payable to: Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment Telephone: (303) 692-3150 For more information or assitance call: Small Business Assistance Program (303) 692-3175 or (303) 692-3148 Or visit the APCD website at: https://www.colarado.gov/cdphe/apcd COLORADO Form APCD-233 - Diesel Reciprocating Internal Combustion Engine APEN - Revision 1/2017 5 A&IW COLORADO Air Pollution Control Division AM1" Department of Public Health 6 Envvonment Dedicated to protecting and improving the health and environment of the people of Colorado New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) - 40 CFR Part 60, Subpart IIII Applicability Air Pollutant Emission Notice (APEN) Addendum Form for Diesel Engines Company Name: Vail Mountain Resort Engine Information' Cummins QSX15 1. Date of Engine Manufacture: 2016 2. Has this engine operated outside of the state of Colorado? :m Yes Q No 3. If you answered "Yes" to question 2, please answer the following question. (If you answered "No" to question 2, please leave this field blank.) What is the date of first entry into Colorado? 4. This engine was manufactured to meet the following tier level standards (e.g., Tier 1, Tier 2): Tiier3 emergency engine Permit e: AIRS D':_037 / 0076 A copy of this form, along with appropriate supporting documentation 4, shall be maintained on-site or at a local field office, with stationary source responsibility, with a copy of the construction permit, exemption letter or general permit approval letter issued by the Colorado Air Pollution Control Division (the Division) for this emissions source. These records may be kept in either electronic or hard copy format provided that they can be promptly supplied to the Division or agents thereof upon request. This engine shall comply with the New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) requirements of Colorado Air Quality Control Commission Regulation No. 6, Part A, Subpart IIII, Standards of Performance for Stationary Compression Ignition Internal Combustion Engines (CI ICE) including, but not limited to, the following: [The requirements below reflect the rule language of 40 CFR Part 60 Subpart IIII published in the Federal Register on 01 /30/20113. However, if revisions to this Subpart are published at a later date, the owner or operator is subject to the requirements contained in the revised version of 40 CFR Part 60, Subpart IIII.] I. All fuel used shall meet the following specifications: A. Sulfur content shall not exceed 15 ppm B. Have a minimum cetane index of 40 or have a maximum aromatic compound content of 35% by volume C. Compliance shall be demonstrated by maintaining copies of the fuel specifications provided by the supplier on-site or in a readily accessible location and made available to the Division for inspection upon request. II. The engine and control devices must be installed, configured, operated and maintained according to the specifications and instructions provided by the engine manufacturer. III. If the engine is equipped with a diesel particulate filter, the filter must be installed with a backpressure monitor that notifies the owner or operator when the high backpressure limit of the engine is approached. Records shall be kept of any corrective action taken after the backpressure monitor has notified the owner or operator that the high backpressure limit is -approached. IV. If the engine is used for emergency purposes, a non-resettable hour meter must be installed prior to start-up. V. If the diesel fuel -fired engine referenced herein avoids tier 4 or 4i requirements by being an emergency generator, the engine shall not be used for any purpose except emergency power generation and for the purpose of maintenance 354354 T 4300 Cherry Creek Drive S., Denver, CO 80246-1530 P 303-692-2000 www.cotorado.gov/cdpheJohn W. Hickenlooper, Governor I Larry Wolk, MD, MSPH, Executive Director and Chief Medical OfficerFORM APCD-214 Page 1 of 2 Version 2015-06-15 Checks and readiness testing, provided that the tests are recommended by Federal, State or local government, the manufacturer, the vendor or the insurance company associated with the engine. Maintenance checks and readiness testing of such units is limited to 100 hours per year. There is no time limit on the use of emergency stationary ICE In emergency situations. The owner or operator may petition the Administrator for approval of additional hours to be used for maintenance checks and readiness testing, but a petition is not required if the owner or operator maintains records indicating that Federal, State, or local standards require maintenance and testing of emergency ICE beyond 100 hours per year. Emergency stationary ICE may operate up to 50 hours per year in non -emergency situations, but those 50 hours are counted towards the 100 hours per year provided for maintenance and testing. The 50 hours per year for non -emergency situations cannot be used for peak shaving or to generate income for a facility to supply pourer to an electric grid or otherwise supply non -emergency power as part of a financial arrangement with another entity. For owners and operators of emergency engines, any operation other than emergency operation, maintenance and testing, and operation in non -emergency situations for 50 hours per year, as permitted in this section, is prohibited. Emission Standards: A. The engine referenced herein shall meet all the emissions standards applicable to the engine. B. Compliance with the NSPS Subpart [III Emissions Standards for Non -Methane Hydrocarbons (NMHC), Nitrogen Oxides (NOx), Carbon Monoxide (CO) and Particulate Matter (PM) shall be demonstrated by filing a copy of the unit's certification documentation of compliance with the HSPS Subpart IIII emissions standards, with the associated application. VII. The following requirements of Regulation No. 6, Part A, Subpart A, General Provisions, shalt apply: A. At all times, including periods of start-up, shutdown, and malfunction, the engine and control equipment shall, to the extent practicable, be maintained and operated in a manner consistent with good air pollution control practices for minimizing emissions. Determination of whether or not acceptable operating and maintenance procedures are being used will be based on Information available to the Division, which may include, but is not limited to, monitoring results, opacity observations, review of operating and maintenance procedures, and inspection of the source. (Reference: Regulation No. 6, Part A. General Provisions from 40 CFR 60.11) B. No article, machine, equipment or process shalt be used to conceal an emission which would otherwise constitute a violation of an applicable standard. Such concealment includes, but is not limited to, the use of gaseous diluents to achieve compliance with an opacity standard or with a standard which Is based an the concentration of a pollutant in the gases discharged to the atmosphere. (5 60.12) C. written notification of construction and initial startup dates shall be submitted to the Division as required under 5 60.7. D. Records of startups, shutdowns, and malfunctions shall be maintained, as required under 5 60.7. VIII. This engine meets all the requirements in New Source Performance Standard (NSPS) Subpart 1111 as applicable to the specific engine, including the standards required for relocating into Colorado as set forth in Regulation No. 6, Part B, Section I.C. hereby certify that all Information contained herein is complete, true and correct. I certify that this source -is and will be operated in full compliance with the applicable tier standards of Colorado Air Quality Control Commission Regulation No. 6, Part A, Subpart IIII, Standards of Performance for Stationary Compression Ignition Internal Combustion Engines (CI ICE) as well as all other requirements referenced herein. Geno (Scott) Leslie i•lame of Legally Authorized Person (Please Print) re o eg illy Authorized Person Director Lift Maintenance, Vail Title 1. - G Date I If the engine has not been selected or ordered as of the dile of subenlabn of the construction permit application, this fonn must be completed and submitted to the Colorado Air Pollution Control Division, for an affected engine, vdlhin one hundred and eighty (1601 days after the commencement of constructlontepention. t This Infomtation an be obtained from the engine manufacturer. I Please enter this Information If this form Is being submitted after the date of submission of the construction permit application and a permit number and URS ID number have been assigned, otherwise, leave these fields blank.. a supporting documentation Includes,. document(s) proving the date of first entry Into Colorado (purchase receipt, delivery receipt, etc.) and tier standard cerlllfatfon InImmatton from the manufacturer, as applicable. FORM APCD-214 Page 2 of 2 Version 2015.06-15 du