MARIPOSA COUNTY AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DISTRICT
ADDITIONAL PROCEDURES FOR ISSUING PERMITS TO OPERATE FOR SOURCES SUBJECT TO TITLE V OF THE FEDERAL CLEAN AIR ACT AMENDMENTS OF 1990
RULE 1001 - PURPOSE AND GENERAL REQUIREMENTS OF REGULATION X
Reference: 40 CRF Park 70.1, 70.4, 70.6(1)(6) and 70.7(a)(6) and (b)
Regulation X implements the requirements of Title V of the federal Clean Air Act as amended in 1990 (CAA) for permits to operate. Title V provides for the establishment of operating permit programs for sources which emit regulated air pollutants, including attainment and nonattainment pollutants. The effective date of Regulation X is the date the United States Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) promulgates interim, partial, or final approval of this rule in the Federal Register.
By the effective date of Regulation X, the Mariposa County Air Pollution Control Distrist (District) shall implement an operating permit program pursuant to the requirements of this regulation. The requirements of Regulation X shall augment and take precedence over conflicting administrative requirements of other provisions of the District's rules and regulations. The District shall also continue to implement its existing programs through Regulations IV and V. Nothing in Regulation X limits the authority of the District to revoke or terminate permit pursuant to sections 40808, and 42307-42309 of the California Health and Safety Code (H&SC).
Sources subject to Regulation X include major sources, acid rain units subject to Title IV of the CAA, solid waste incinerators subject to section 111 or 129 of the CAA, and any other sources specifically designated by rule of the U.S. EPA. Sources subject to Regulation X shall obtain permits to operate pursuant to this rule. Each permit to operate issued pursuant to Regulation X shall contain conditions and requirements adequate to ensure compliance with and the enforceability of:
The operation of an emissions unit to which Regulation X is applicable without a permit or in violation of any applicable permit condition or requirement shall be a violation of Regulation X.