SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY UNIFIED AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DISTRICT

RULE 1160 - EMISSION STATEMENTS
(Adopted November 18, 1992)

1.0 Purpose

The purpose of this rule is to provide the District with an accurate accounting of emissions from significant sources with which the District and ARB can compile an accurate inventory.

2.0 Applicability

The provisions of this rule apply to all owners and operators of any stationary source category which emits or may emit nitrogen oxides or reactive organic compounds.

3.0 Definitions

4.0 Exemptions

The APCO may waive the requirements of this section for any class or category of stationary sources which emit less than 25 tons per year of nitrogen oxides or reactive organic gases if the District provides the Air Resources Board with an emission inventory of sources emitting greater than 10 tons per year of nitrogen oxides or reactive organic gases based on the use of emission factors acceptable to the Air Resources Board.

5.0 Requirements

The owner or operator of any stationary source operation that emits or may emit nitrogen oxides or reactive organic compounds shall provide the APCO with a written statement in such form that the APCO prescribes, showing actual emissions of nitrogen oxides and reactive organic compounds from that source. At a minimum the Emission Statement shall contain all of the information contained in the Air Resources Board's Emission Inventory Turn Around Document as described in "Instructions for the Emission Data System Review and Update Report."

The owner or operator of any stationary source subject to this section may comply with the provisions of this section by satisfying either of the following requirements:

6.0 Compliance Schedule

The first Emission Statement shall cover calendar year 1992 emissions and shall be submitted to the District by June 1, 1993. Emission Statements shall be submitted annually thereafter.