MOJAVE DESERT AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
RULE 212 - STANDARDS FOR APPROVING PERMITS
(Adopted: January 9, 1976)
(a) The Air Pollution Control Officer shall deny a permit to construct or permit to operate, except as provided in Rule 203, unless the applicant shows that the equipment, the use of which may cause the issuance of air contaminants, or the use of which may eliminate, reduce or control the issuance of air contaminants, is so designed, controlled, or equipped with such air pollution equipment that it may be expected to operate without emitting air contaminants in violation of Sections 41700 or 41701 of the State Health and Safety code or of these rules.
(b) If the Air Pollution Control Officer finds that the equipment has not been constructed in accordance with
the permit and provides less effective air pollution control than the equipment specified in the permit to construct,
he shall deny the permit to operate.
NOTE: Application of Rules 213 Thru 213.3, 203.1 And 203.2
Regulation XIII supersedes Rules 213, 213.1, 213.2, 213.3, 203.1 and 203.2 except that such rules shall apply to applications for permits to construct which have been accepted as complete and to applications for permits to operate facilities which received permits to construct under such rules, prior to July 21, 1980 when Regulation XIII was adopted.