PLACER COUNTY AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DISTRICT

RULE 408 - SOURCE RECORD KEEPING AND REPORTING
(Adopted 11/12/74; Revised 05/24/77)


          The  owner  or  operator  of  any  stationary source, shall, upon

          notification from the District, maintain  records  of  the nature

          and  amounts  of  emissions  from  such  sources and/or any other

          information  as  may  be  deemed  necessary by  the  District  to

          determine whether such source is in  compliance  with  applicable

          emission   limitations   or  other  control  measures.   The  Air

          Pollution  Control Officer  may  require  that  such  records  be

          certified by  a professional engineer, registered in the State of

          California.  Such  studies  shall be at the expense of the person

          causing the emissions.



          The information recorded shall  be summarized and reported to the

          District, on forms or formats as  furnished  by the District, and

          shall be submitted within 45 days after the end  of the reporting

          period.  Reporting periods are January 1 - June 30  and  July 1 -

          December 31, except that the initial report period shall commence

          on the date the District issues notification of the recordkeeping

          requirements.



          Information  reported by the owner or operator and copies of  the

          summarizing reports  submitted  to the District shall be retained

          by the owner or operator for two  years  after  the date on which

          the pertinent report is submitted.