GREAT BASIN UNIFIED AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DISTRICT

RULE 209-C - TEMPORARY PERMITS TO OPERATE
(Adopted 9/05/74)

Whenever necessary and appropriate to ensure compliance with all applicable conditions prior to the issuance of a permit to operate a new or modified source, a temporary permit to operate will be issued. The temporary permit to operate shall specify a reasonable period of time during which the source may be operated in order for the District to determine whether it will operate in accordance with the conditions specified in the authority to construct. The source must comply with all permit conditions and Federal, State, and District rules and regulations while under a temporary permit to operate.

The temporary permit to operate may not be issued for a period longer than one year. Temporary permits to operate may be reissued for the same source up to but not exceeding five consecutive temporary permits to operate; however, the total time for a source to be under temporary permits cannot exceed two years. Annual renewal fees will be required when temporary permits to operate are reissued for the same source according to the applicable fee schedule for permits to operate set forth in Rule 301: Permit Fee Schedules.