State Implementation Plans (SIPs)

Primary SO2 NAAQS Modeled Source Annual Report: The draft SO2 Annual Report is available for public inspection and comment through June 3, 2022. Draft Report Attachments: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8   Per the requirements of 40 CFR Part 51, Subpart BB, the report contains an annual comparison of SO2 emissions from four applicable sources in counties that were designated by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency as attainment/unclassifiable for the 2010 primary SO2 National Ambient Air Quality Standard (NAAQS) based on modeling submitted by DEQ. Comments about the annual report should be submitted to Cheryl Bradley, Environmental Programs Manager, ODEQ, Air Quality Division, PO Box 1677, Oklahoma City, OK 73101 or email Cheryl Bradley. Posted: May 3, 2022

The core focus of the air quality program is to implement, maintain, and enforce the National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS). Oklahoma’s SIP lays out the goals and procedures to protect the state’s air quality through the daily operations of AQD. It includes most of the Oklahoma Air Quality Rules and other strategies developed at the state level for implementing the various federal air quality programs and requirements. The federally enforceable SIP for Oklahoma is compiled in 40 CFR Part 52, Subpart LL.

The SIP covers many parts of the AQ program, such as PSD/NSR (and Minor Facility) Construction Permits and the Regional Haze Program.  Other portions of the AQ program are covered under separate but interrelated plans, such as Part 70/Title V (and Minor Facility) Operating Permits and the §111(d)/129 Plans for existing sources.  The SIP is regularly reviewed and amended as necessary to accommodate changes in State and Federal statutes, rules, policies, standards, and program requirements.

Infrastructure State Implementation Plans (I-SIPs) 

IntroductionOzone (O3)Particulate Matter (PM)Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2)Sulfur Dioxide (SO2)Lead (Pb)Carbon Monoxide (CO)

In addition to other SIP revisions, each time EPA issues or revises a NAAQS, the State is required to demonstrate that the SIP meets the “infrastructure” requirements of CAA Section 110(a)(2) (A)-(M) to attain and maintain the new NAAQS. Oklahoma’s “infrastructure SIP” (I-SIP) submittals developed under EPA guidance typically consist of a certification letter from the Oklahoma Secretary of Energy and Environment, and a §110(a)(2) checklist, along with documentation of the public notice, hearing, and comment process.

The I-SIP submittal documents and status for each NAAQS change are under the corresponding pollutant tab.

2015 Primary and Secondary Ozone NAAQS
2008 Primary and Secondary Ozone NAAQS
1997 Primary and Secondary Ozone NAAQS
2012 Primary PM2.5 (transport only)
2012 Primary PM2.5 (except transport)
2006 Primary and Secondary PM2.5
1997 Primary and Secondary PM2.5
2010 Primary NO2
2010 Primary SO2
2008 Primary and Secondary Lead (Pb)

The Carbon Monoxide (CO) standards have not changed since 1971, before EPA began requiring formal I-SIP submittals.