SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY UNIFIED AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DISTRICT

RULE 1081 - SOURCE SAMPLING
(Adopted April 11, 1991; Amended December 17, 1992; Amended December 16, 1993)

1.0 Purpose

The purpose of this rule is to ensure that any source operation which emits or may emit air contaminants provides adequate and safe facilities for use in sampling to determine compliance. This rule also specifies methods and procedures for source testing, sample collection, and compliance determination.

2.0 Applicability

The provisions of this rule shall apply to any source operation which emits or may emit air contaminants.

3.0 Sampling Facilities

Upon the request of the APCO and as directed by him, the owner of any source operation which emits or may emit air contaminants, for which emission limits have been established, shall provide the following facilities, constructed in accordance with the general industry safety orders of the State of California.

4.0 Collection of Samples

The owner of such a source operation, when requested by the APCO, shall provide records or other information which will enable the APCO to determine when a representative sample can be taken. In addition, upon the request of the APCO and as directed by him, the owner of such a source operation shall collect, have collected, or allow the APCO to collect, a source sample.

5.0 Test Methods

The applicable test method, if not specified in the rule, shall be conducted in accordance with Title 40 CFR Subpart 60 Appendix A - Reference Methods, except PM10 for compliance with Rule 2201 (New and Modified Stationary Source Review) requirements shall be conducted in accordance with Title 40 CFR Subpart 51, Appendix M, Method 201 or 201A. Where no test method exists in the preceding references for a source type, source sampling shall be conducted in accordance with CARB approved methods.

6.0 Test Procedures

7.0 Administrative Requirements