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FGCDs, NSPS subpart J limits the Dated: April 10, 2006. technical aspects of issues related to air
amount of hydrogen sulfide (H2S) Michael M. Stahl, quality criteria and national ambient air
allowed in the fuel gas burned in these Director, Office of Compliance. quality standards (NAAQS) under
devices. Except for fuel gas released to [FR Doc. 06–3808 Filed 4–21–06; 8:45 am] sections 108 and 109 of the Act. The
a flare as a result of relief valve leakage BILLING CODE 6560–50–P
CASAC is a Federal advisory committee
or other emergency malfunctions, a chartered under the Federal Advisory
facility may not burn fuel gas containing Committee Act (FACA), as amended, 5
greater than 230 mg/dscm of H2S in any ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION U.S.C., App. The CASAC Ozone Review
affected FGCD. AGENCY Panel, which consists of the members of
the chartered CASAC supplemented by
Q2: How does the process upset gas [FRL–8161–3] subject-matter-experts, complies with
exemption of 40 CFR part 60, subpart J, the provisions of FACA and all
apply to the flare gas recovery system in Science Advisory Board Staff Office;
appropriate SAB Staff Office procedural
operation at Koch Refining’s Clean Air Scientific Advisory
policies.
Rosemount, Minnesota, refinery? Committee (CASAC); Notification of a Under section 108 of the CAA, the
Public Advisory Committee Meeting Agency is required to establish National
A2: The process upset gas exemption (Teleconference) of the CASAC Ozone
under NSPS subpart J applies only to Ambient Air Quality Standards
Review Panel (NAAQS) for each of six pollutants for
extraordinary, infrequent, and not
AGENCY: Environmental Protection which EPA has issued criteria,
reasonably preventable upsets. Any
Agency (EPA). including ambient ozone (O3). Section
gases released as a result of normal 109(d) of the Act subsequently requires
operations are not considered upset ACTION: Notice.
periodic review and, if appropriate,
gases. The routine combustion of SUMMARY: The Environmental Protection revision of existing air quality criteria
refinery gases in a FGCD, including Agency (EPA or Agency) Science and NAAQS to reflect advances in
flares and other waste gas disposal Advisory Board (SAB) Staff Office scientific knowledge on the effects of
devices, do not qualify for the process announces a public teleconference of the pollutant on public health and
upset gas exemption of the rule. Based the Clean Air Scientific Advisory welfare. The Ozone Panel met in a
on the background information of the Committee (CASAC) Ozone Review public meeting in Durham, North
rule, the term upset does not apply to Panel (Ozone Panel) to provide Carolina on December 6–7, 2005, to
normal operations. Therefore, the rule additional advice to the Agency conduct a peer review on EPA’s 2nd
exempts the combustion of process concerning Chapter 8 (Integrative draft Air Quality Criteria for Ozone and
upset gases in a FGCD, including the Synthesis) of the Final Air Quality Related Photochemical Oxidants
combustion in a flare of fuel gas that is Criteria for Ozone and Related (August 2005). In a February 10, 2006,
released to the flare as a result of relief Photochemical Oxidants (EPA/600/R– letter to the Administrator (EPA–
valve leakage or other emergency 05/004aF–cF, February 2006). CASAC–06–003), the CASAC indicated
malfunction. However, the combustion/ DATES: The teleconference will be held that it may need to provide additional
flaring of those exempted gases in an on May 12, 2006, from 1 to 4 p.m. advice related to chapter 8 of the AQCD
NSPS affected FGCD is still required to (Eastern Time). which integrates human health effects
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Any and exposure. The CASAC’s review of
comply with the good air pollution
member of the public who wishes to the 2nd draft is available on the SAB
control practices of 40 CFR 60.11(d),
obtain the teleconference call-in number Web site at: http://www.epa.gov/sab/
even when such FGCDs are exempt from pdf/oasac_ozone_casac-06–003.pdf.
the sulfur dioxide limit. and access code; would like to submit
written or brief (less than five minutes) On March 21, 2006, EPA’s National
Q3: How does NSPS subpart J apply oral comments; or wants further Center for Environmental Assessment,
to the various gas streams Koch Research Triangle Park
information concerning this
Refining’s Rosemount, Minnesota, (NCEA–RTP), released the Final
teleconference, must contact Mr. Fred
refinery? O3 AQCD. Concomitantly, EPA’s Office
Butterfield, Designated Federal Officer
of Air Quality Planning and Standards
A3: EPA has analyzed the 26 gas (DFO), EPA Science Advisory Board
(OAQPS) is completing work on a 2nd
streams identified at the Koch Refining (1400F), U.S. Environmental Protection
draft of A Review of the National
facility and has provided a finding for Agency, 1200 Pennsylvania Avenue,
Ambient Air Quality Standards for
each of these streams based on the NW., Washington, DC 20460; via
Ozone: Policy Assessment of Scientific
Agency’s responses in A1 and A2, telephone/voice mail: (202) 343–9994;
and Technical Information. The latter
above. fax: (202) 233–0643; or e-mail at:
document evaluates the policy
butterfield.fred@epa.gov. General implications of the scientific
Abstract for [0500138] information concerning the CASAC or information in the Final O3 AQCD, and
the EPA SAB can be found on the EPA the results of the quantitative risk/
Q: Does EPA approve an alternative
Web site at URL: http://www.epa.gov/ exposure analysis. CASAC will hold a
monitoring plan, under 40 CFR, part 60,
sab. conference call to provide additional
subpart J, for fuel gases and fuel gas
combustion devices (FGCDs) at Koch SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: advice to the Agency as it works to
Refining’s Rosemount, Minnesota, Background: The CASAC, which is complete the 2nd Draft NAAQS for O3.
refinery? comprised of seven members appointed Availability of Meeting Materials: The
by the EPA Administrator, was Final O3 AQCD can be accessed via the
A: No. Based on the information established under section 109(d)(2) of Agency’s NCEA Web site at: http://
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submitted, EPA does not approve the the Clean Air Act (CAA or Act) (42 cfpub.epa.gov/ncea/cfm/
proposed alternative monitoring plan U.S.C. 7409) as an independent recordisplay.cfm?deid=149923. Any
for fuel gases and FGCDs since it needs scientific advisory committee, in part to questions concerning the Final O3
to provide for good air pollution control provide advice, information and AQCD should be directed to Dr. Mary
practices to minimize flaring events. recommendations on the scientific and Ross, NCEA–RTP, at phone: (919) 541–

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5170, or e-mail: ross.mary@epa.gov. In FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS Title: Part 101, Governing the
addition, a copy of the draft agenda for COMMISSION Terrestrial Microwave Fixed Radio
this teleconference meeting will be Service.
posted on the SAB Web site at: http:// Notice of Public Information Form No.: N/A.
www.epa.gov/sab (under the ‘‘Agendas’’ Collection(s) Being Submitted for Type of Review: Revision of a
subheading) in advance of this Ozone Review to the Office of Management currently approved collection.
Panel meeting. Other meeting materials, and Budget Respondents: Business or other for-
including the discussion questions for profit., not-for-profit institutions, and
April 14, 2006.
the Ozone Panel, will be posted on the state, local or tribal government.
SUMMARY: The Federal Communications Number of Respondents: 10,000
SAB Web site at: http://www.epa.gov/ Commission, as part of its continuing respondents; 6,364 responses.
sab/panels/casacorpanel.html prior to effort to reduce paperwork burden Estimated Time per Response: .25–3
this teleconference. invites the general public and other hours.
Procedures for Providing Public Input: Federal agencies to take this Frequency of Response: On occasion
Interested members of the public may opportunity to comment on the and every 10 year reporting
submit relevant written or oral following information collection(s), as requirements, recordkeeping
information for the CASAC Ozone required by the Paperwork Reduction requirement and third party disclosure
Review Panel to consider during the Act (PRA) of 1995, Public Law 104–13. requirement.
advisory process. Oral Statements: In An agency may not conduct or sponsor Total Annual Burden: 36,585 hours.
general, individuals or groups a collection of information unless it Total Annual Cost: $474,000.
requesting an oral presentation at a displays a currently valid control Privacy Act Impact Assessment: N/A.
teleconference meeting will be limited number. No person shall be subject to Needs and Uses: The Commission is
to five minutes per speaker, with no any penalty for failing to comply with submitting this information collection to
more than a total of 30 minutes for all a collection of information subject to the OMB as a revision in order to obtain the
Paperwork Reduction Act (PRA) that full three-year clearance from them. Part
speakers. Interested parties should
does not display a valid control number. 101 requires various information to be
contact Mr. Butterfield, DFO (preferably
Comments are requested concerning (a) filed and maintained by the respondent
via e-mail) at the contact information
Whether the proposed collection of to determine the technical, legal and
noted above, no later than May 5, 2006, information is necessary for the proper other qualifications of applications to
to be placed on the public speaker list performance of the functions of the operate a station in the public and
for this meeting. Written Statements: Commission, including whether the private operational fixed services. The
Written statements should be received information shall have practical utility; information is also used to determine
in the SAB Staff Office by May 5, 2006, (b) the accuracy of the Commission’s whether the public interest,
so that the information may be made burden estimate; (c) ways to enhance convenience, and necessity are being
available to the Ozone Panel for their the quality, utility, and clarity of the served as required by 47 U.S.C. 309. The
consideration prior to this meeting. information collected; and (d) ways to Commission staff also uses this
Written statements should be supplied minimize the burden of the collection of information to ensure that applicants
to the DFO in the following formats: information on the respondents, and licensee comply with ownership
One hard copy with original signature, including the use of automated and transfer restrictions imposed by 47
and one electronic copy via e-mail collection techniques or other forms of U.S.C. 310. The Appendix attached to
(acceptable file format: Adobe Acrobat information technology. the OMB submission lists the rules in
PDF, WordPerfect, MS Word, MS DATES: Written Paperwork Reduction Part 101 that impose reporting,
PowerPoint, or Rich Text files in IBM- Act (PRA) comments should be recordkeeping and third party
PC/Windows 98/2000/XP format). submitted on or before May 24, 2006. If disclosure requirements. The
Accessibility: For information on you anticipate that you will be Commission revised this information
submitting PRA comments, but find it collection to remove Part 101 rule
access or services for individuals with
difficult to do so within the period of sections that have no PRA implications.
disabilities, please contact Mr.
time allowed by this notice, you should The total annual burden hours and costs
Butterfield at the phone number or e-
advise the contact listed below as soon have been modified accordingly.
mail address noted above, preferably at
least ten days prior to the meeting, to as possible. Federal Communications Commission.
give EPA as much time as possible to ADDRESSES: Direct all Paperwork Marlene H. Dortch,
process your request. Reduction Act (PRA) comments to Secretary.
Judith B. Herman, Federal [FR Doc. E6–6082 Filed 4–21–06; 8:45 am]
Dated: April 18, 2006.
Communications Commission, Room 1– BILLING CODE 6712–01–P
Anthony Maciorowski, C804, 445 12th Street, SW., DC 20554 or
Associate Director for Science, EPA Science an e-mail to PRA@fcc.gov. If you would
Advisory Board Staff Office. like to obtain or view a copy of this DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND
[FR Doc. E6–6103 Filed 4–21–06; 8:45 am] information collection, you may do so HUMAN SERVICES
BILLING CODE 6560–50–P by visiting the FCC PRA Web page at:
http://www.fcc.gov/omd/pra. Administration for Children and
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: For Families
additional information or copies of the
Proposed Information Collection
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information collection(s), contact Judith


Activity; Comment Request
B. Herman at 202–418–0214 or via the
Internet at Judith-B.Herman@fcc.gov. Proposed Projects
SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Title: Refugee Unaccompanied Minor
OMB Control No.: 3060–0718. Placement Report (ORR–3); Refugee

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