SOUTH COAST AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
RULE 1119. PETROLEUM COKE CALCINING OPERATIONS - OXIDES OF SULFUR
(Adopted March 2, 1979)
(a) A person shall not operate petroleum coke calcining equipment unless the uncontrolled emissions of oxides of
sulfur from such basic equipment, expressed as sulfur dioxide (SO2), are reduced by at least 80 percent.
(b) Any equipment owner or operator subject to the provisions of section (a) of this rule shall comply with
the following schedule of increments of progress:
- By December 1, 1980, submit to the Executive Officer an application for Permit to Construct describing at a
minimum the steps that will be taken to achieve compliance with this rule.
- By June 1, 1981, award the contract for an emission control system, or issue purchase orders for the component
parts to accomplish emission control.
- By September 1, 1981, initiate on-site construction or installation of equipment to reduce or control emissions.
- By May 1, 1983, complete on-site construction or installation of equipment to reduce or control emissions.
- By July 1, 1983, assure final compliance with the provisions of this rule.