Point Source Emission Facilties (Title V) of Idaho
Shapefile - airemiss_id_ideq
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Description
Citation
Information used to reference the data.
Title: Point Source Emission Facilties (Title V) of Idaho
Originators: Idaho Dept of Enviromental Quality
Series name: Tier 1
Publisher: Idaho Department of Environmental Quality
Publication place: Boise, ID USA
Publication date: May 2002
Data type: vector digital data
Other citation details:
http://www.deq.state.id.us/air/compliance/reporting_forms.htm
Description
A characterization of the data, including its intended use and limitations.
Abstract:
The Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990 added a Title V to the Act which requires states to administer a comprehensive permit program for the operation of sources emitting air pollutants. These requirements are modeled after similar provisions in the Clean Water Act. Previously, the Clean Air Act contained limited provision for permits, requiring only new or modified major stationary sources to obtain construction permits (under Section 165 of the Act). 

Sources subject to the permit requirements generally include major sources that emit or have the potential to emit 100 tons per year of any regulated pollutant, plus stationary and area sources that emit or have potential to emit lesser specified amounts of hazardous air pollutants. However, in nonattainment areas, the permit requirements also include sources which emit as little as 50, 25, or 10 tons per year of VOCs, depending on the severity of the region's nonattainment status (serious, severe, or extreme). 

States were required to develop permit programs and to submit those programs for EPA approval by November 15, 1993. EPA had one year to approve or disapprove a state's submission in whole or in part. After the effective date of a state plan, sources had 12 months to submit an actual permit application. 

States are to collect annual fees from sources sufficient to cover the "reasonable costs" of administering the permit program, with revenues to be used to support the agency's air pollution control program. The fee must be at least $25 per ton of regulated pollutants (excluding carbon monoxide). Permitting authorities have discretion not to collect fees on emissions in excess of 4,000 tons per year and may collect other fee amounts, if appropriate. 

The permit states which air pollutants a source is allowed to emit. As a part of the permit process, a source must prepare a compliance plan and certify compliance. The term of permits is limited to no more than 5 years; sources are required to renew permits at that time. State permit authorities must notify contiguous states of permit applications that may affect them; the application and any comments of contiguous states must be forwarded to EPA for review. EPA can veto a permit; however, this authority is essentially limited to major permit changes. EPA review need not include permits which simply codify elements of a state's overall clean air plan, and EPA has discretion to not review permits for small sources. Holding a permit to some extent shields a source from enforcement actions: the Act provides that a source cannot be held in violation if it is complying with explicit requirements addressed in a permit, or if the state finds that certain provisions do not apply to that source. 

Purpose:
Title V of the federal Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990 requires states to develop programs for issuing operating permits to major stationary sources of air pollutants. The Tier I operating permit (also known as a Title V operating permit) brings together all of the applicable federal, state, and local air requirements for an air pollution source into one federally enforceable document. 
DEQ is the state agency delegated responsibility by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to issue Tier I operating permits in Idaho. State procedures and requirements for these permits are found in Sections 300-386 of the Rules for the Control of Air Pollution in Idaho.
Supplemental information:
http://www.deq.idaho.gov/air/permits_forms/permitting/tier1.cfm
http://www.deq.state.id.us/air/permits_forms/permitting/t1_permits_final_current.cfm#A
Dataset credit:
Idaho Department Environmental Quality, updated Feb 2007, EPA Envirofacts
Language of dataset: en
Point Of Contact
Contact information for the individual or organization that is knowledgeable about the data.
Person: Bruce Louks
Organization: Idaho DEQ
Position: Air Quality Monitoring Analyst
Phone: 208 373 - 0502
Address type: mailing and physical address
Address:
1410 N Hilton
City: Boise
State or Province: Idaho
Postal code: 83704
Data Type
How the data are represented, formatted and maintained by the data producing organization.
File or table name: airemiss_id_ideq
Data type: vector digital data
Data format: Shapefile
Native dataset environment: Microsoft Windows 2000 Version 5.2 (Build 3790) Service Pack 1; ESRI ArcCatalog 9.2.1.1332
Time Period of Data
Time period(s) for which the data corresponds to the currentness reference.
Date: 20070213
Currentness reference:
20070213
Status
The state of and maintenance information for the data.
Data status: Complete
Update frequency: Irregular
Key Words
Words or phrases that summarize certain aspects of the data.
Theme:
Keywords: Emissions., Air Pollution, Point Source Emissions, Title V, Tier 1, Excessive pollutants
Keyword thesaurus: Monitoring
Theme:
Keyword thesaurus: Point Source Emmissions
Theme:
Keywords: environment
Keyword thesaurus: ISO 19115 Topic Category
Place:
Keywords: Idaho
Data Access Constraints
Restrictions and legal prerequisites for accessing or using the data after access is granted.
Access constraints:
None
Use constraints:
Scale, accuracy of locations, time period
Data Security Information
Handling restrictions imposed on the data because of national security, privacy or other concerns.
Security classification: Restricted
Cross Reference
Information about other, related data sets that are likely to be of interest.
Title: http://www.deq.state.id.us/air/compliance/reporting_forms.htm
Spatial Reference Information
Horizontal Coordinate System
Reference system from which linear or angular quantities are measured and assigned to the position that a point occupies.
Projected coordinate system:
Name: IDTM83
Map units: meters
Geographic coordinate system:
Name: GCS North American 1983
Coordinate System Details
Map projection
Map projection name: Transverse Mercator
Scale factor at central meridian: 0.999600
Longitude of central meridian: -114.000000
Latitude of projection origin: 42.000000
False easting: 2500000.000000
False northing: 1200000.000000
Planar Coordinate Information
Planar coordinate encoding method: coordinate pair
Coordinate representation:
Abscissa resolution: 0.000000
Ordinate resolution: 0.000000
Planar distance units: meters
Geodetic model
Horizontal datum name: North American Datum of 1983
Ellipsoid name: Geodetic Reference System 80
Semi-major axis: 6378137.000000
Denominator of flattening ratio: 298.257222
Vertical Coordinate System
Reference system from which vertical distances (altitudes or depths) are measured.
Altitude system definition:
Altitude resolution: 1.000000
Altitude encoding method: Explicit elevation coordinate included with horizontal coordinates
Spatial Domain
The geographic areal domain of the data that describes the western, eastern, northern, and southern geographic limits of data coverage.
Bounding Coordinates
In Projected or local coordinates
IDTM83
Boundary Coordinate
Left 2265643.000000 (meters)
Right 2734730.000000 (meters)
Top 1976081.000000 (meters)
Bottom 1217334.000000 (meters)
In Unprojected coordinates (geographic)
GCS North American 1983
Boundary Coordinate
West -117.200576 (longitude)
East -110.794339 (longitude)
North 48.985620 (latitude)
South 42.120969 (latitude)
Data Structure and Attribute Information
Overview
Summary of the information content of the data, including other references to complete descriptions of entity types, attributes, and attribute values for the data.
Dataset overview:
Point locations of Title V point source emission facilities, 2005-2007  Reporting
Entity and attribute overview:
Name, Address, Location
Direct spatial reference method: Vector
Attributes of airemiss_id_ideq
Detailed descriptions of entity type, attributes, and attribute values for the data.
Name: airemiss_id_ideq
Type of object: Feature Class
Geometry type: Point
Number of records: 45
Attributes
LINK
Definition:
Permitted Link
Alias: LINK Type: String Width: 105
WEBLINK
Definition:
URL to most current permit
Alias: WEBLINK Type: String Width: 105 Precision: 0 Scale: 0
FACILITY
Definition:
Facility Name
Alias: FACILITY Type: Number Width: 5
Attribute values: Coordinates defining the features.
Attribute definition source:
ID DEQ
Shape
Definition:
Feature geometry.
Alias: Shape Type: String Width: 36
Attribute values: Coordinates defining the features.
Attribute definition source:
ESRI
ADDRESS
Definition:
Facility Address
Alias: ADDRESS Type: String Width: 43
FACID
Definition:
ID linking FAC Regs to Locations
Alias: FACID Type: String Width: 52
CITY
Definition:
City Name
Alias: CITY Type: String Width: 17
STATE
Definition:
State Mailing Address
Alias: STATE Type: String Width: 10
LONGITUDE
Definition:
Longitude, Decimal Degrees
Alias: LONGITUDE Type: String Width: 21
Attribute definition source:
NAD83
SITE
Definition:
Site name, description
Alias: SITE Type: String Width: 8
Attribute definition source:
Facility Registry
DATUM
Definition:
Datum of Coordinates, NAD83
Alias: DATUM Type: String Width: 10
SHAPE
Definition:
Feature geometry.
Alias: Shape Type: Date Width: 8
Attribute values: Coordinates defining the features.
Attribute definition source:
ESRI
ZIPCODE
Definition:
Zip code of Location
Alias: ZIPCODE Type: Date Width: 8
Attribute definition source:
ESRI Maps & Data for 2006
COUNTY
Definition:
County of Location 
Alias: COUNTY Type: String Width: 6
Attribute definition source:
Idaho 24k Counties
PERMIT
Definition:
LINK type
Alias: PERMIT Type: Number Width: 18 Number of decimals: 6
ISSUE
Definition:
Date Permit was Issued
Alias: ISSUE Type: Number Width: 18 Number of decimals: 6
Attribute definition source:
IDEQ
EXPIRATION
Definition:
Expiration date of Permit
Alias: EXPIRATION Type: String Width: 14
LATTITUDE
Definition:
Lattidute of Location
Alias: LATTITUDE Type: String Width: 105
Attribute value accuracy: +- 1000 meters
Attribute definition source:
FAC Reg
FID
Definition:
Internal feature number.
Alias: FID Type: OID Width: 4 Precision: 0 Scale: 0
Attribute values: Sequential unique whole numbers that are automatically generated.
Attribute definition source:
ESRI
ESRI Feature Description
Description of spatial objects in the data using the Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI) terminology.
Environmental Systems Research Institute (ESRI) terms
airemiss_id_ideq
ESRI feature type: Simple
Geometry type: Point
Topology: FALSE
Feature count: 45
Spatial index: FALSE
Linear referencing: FALSE
SDTS Feature Description
Description of point and vector spatial objects in the data using the Spatial Data Transfer Standards (SDTS) terminology.
Spatial data transfer standard (SDTS) terms
airemiss_id_ideq
Type: Entity point
Count: 45
Data Quality and Accuracy Information
General
Information about the fidelity of relationships, data quality and accuracy tests, omissions, selection criteria, generalization, and definitions used to derive the data.
Logical consistency report:
Horizontal Accuracy unverified, current for 2007 reporting, updated Feb 2007
Completeness report:
Completed 20070213
Attribute Accuracy
Accuracy of the identification of data entities, features and assignment of attribute values.
Attribute accuracy report:
UTM Coordinates from the FAC REG database were converted to Lat/Long and projected to IDTM83. 
Positional Accuracy
Accuracy of the positional aspects of the data.
Horizontal accuracy report:
+- 1000 Meters
Data Source and Process Information
Data Sources
Information about the source data used to construct or derive the data.
Data source information
Data Source 1
Title: Air Quality: Current Tier I Air Quality Permits
Originators: IDEQ
Map scale denominator: UTM Coordinates exported from Facility Register
Media: electronic bulletin board
Source contribution:
http://www.deq.state.id.us/air/permits_forms/permitting/t1_permits_final_current.cfm#A
Date: 20070113
Currentness reference:
20070213
Process Steps
Information about events, parameters, tolerances and techniques applied to construct or derive the data.
Process step information
Process Step 1
Process description:
UTM point locations were derived from the Facility Registry database, converted to lat/long then reprojected to IDTM83.  
Person: Jim Szpara
Organization: DEQ
Phone: 208 373 -0502
Address type: mailing and physical address
Address:
1410 N Hilton
City: Boise
State or Province: Idaho
Postal code: 83704
Process date: 20070213
Process software and version: ArcGIS
Data Source produced
http://www.deq.state.id.us/air/permits_forms/permitting/t1_permits_final_current.cfm#A
Process Step 2
Process description:
Dataset copied.
Data Source used
Server=gis-boi-1; Service=esri_sde; Database=deqgis83; User=gisadmin; Version=sde.DEFAULT
Process Step 3
Process description:
Metadata imported.
Data Source used
F:\Sde_Metadata\Air_Facilities_nad83.xml
Process Step 4
Process description:
Dataset copied.
Data Source used
Server=gis-boi-1; Service=esri_sde; Database=deqgis83; User=gisadmin; Version=sde.DEFAULT
Process Step 5
Process description:
Metadata imported.
Data Source used
D:\temp\t5.xml
Process Step 6
Process description:
Metadata imported.
Data Source used
D:\temp\title_v_2007.shp.xml
Process Step 7
Process description:
Dataset copied.
Data Source used
Server=gis-boi-2; Service=5151:esri_sde; Database=deqgis83; User=SDE; Version=sde.DEFAULT
Data Distribution Information
General
Description of the data known by the party from whom the data may be obtained, liability of party distributing data, and technical capabilities required to use the data.
Distribution liability:
Although these data have been processed successfully on a computer system at the Idaho Geospatial Data Clearinghouse, no warranty, expressed or implied, is made regarding the utility of the data on any other system, nor shall the act of distribution constitute any such warranty. 
Distribution Point of Contact
Contact information for the individual or organization distributing the data.
Organization: Idaho Geospatial Data Clearinghouse
Person: Bruce Godfrey
Position: GIS Specialist
Phone: 208.262.2076
Email: bgodfrey@uidaho.edu
Address type: mailing address
Address:
Box 442350
City: Moscow
State or Province: ID
Postal code: 83844-2350
Standard Order Process
Common ways in which data may be obtained.
Digital form:
Format name: ESRI Shapefile (.shp)
Size of the data: 0.001
Transfer size: 0.001
Digital transfer option:
Online option:
Fees: None
Metadata Reference
Metadata Date
Dates associated with creating, updating and reviewing the metadata.
Last updated: 20100706
Language of metadata: en
Metadata Point of Contact
Contact information for the individual or organization responsible for the metadata information.
Organization: IDEQ
Person: staff
Position: GIS Analyst
Phone: 208 373 - 0502
Hours of service: 8:00 - 5:00
Address type: mailing address
Address:
1410 N HIlton
City: Boise
State or Province: Idaho
Postal code: 83704
Metadata Standards
Description of the metadata standard used to document the data and reference to any additional extended profiles to the standard used by the metadata producer.
Standard name: FGDC Content Standards for Digital Geospatial Metadata
Standard version: FGDC-STD-001-1998
Time convention: local time
Metadata profiles defining additonal information:
Profile: ESRI Metadata Profile
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File name: FGDC Plus.xsl
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