MODOC COUNTY AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DISTRICT
RULE 2.1 - PERMITS REQUIRED
(Amended January 15, 1989)
- Authority to Construct
Except as provided in Rule 2.2, any person building, erecting, altering or replacing any article, machine, equipment
or other contrivance, or multi-component system, the use of which may cause the issuance of air contaminants, or
which may eliminate, reduce or control the issuance of air contaminants, shall first obtain written authorization
for such construction from the Control Officer.
- Permit to Operate
Except as provided in Rule 2.1.F., before any article, machine, equipment or other contrivance, or multi-component
system, described in Rule 2.1.A., may be operated or used, a written permit shall be obtained from the Control
Officer. No Permit to Operate or Use shall be granted either by the Control Officer or the Hearing Board for any
article, machine, equipment, or contrivance constructed or installed without authorization as required by Rule
2.1.A., until the information required is presented to the Control Officer and such article, machine, equipment,
or contrivance is altered, if necessary, and made to conform to the standards set forth in these Regulations.
- Posting of Permit to Operate
A person who has been granted a Permit to Operate any article, machine, equipment, or other contrivance shall display
such Permit to Operate, or an approved facsimile, in such a manner as to be clearly visible and accessible. In
the event that the Permit to Operate cannot be so displayed, the Permit to Operate shall be maintained readily
available at all times on the operating premises.
- Alteration of Permit
A person shall not willfully deface, alter, forge, counterfeit, or falsify any permit, as defined in Rule 1.2.
- Existing Sources
Any existent source of air contaminant emissions, operating on or before January 1, 1987, shall apply for a Permit
to Operate within 30 days of written notification by the Control Officer. Such permit shall be subject to fees
as specified in Regulation III.
- Temporary Permit to Operate
Before operating or using any new or modified stationary source for which an Authority to Construct has been issued
pursuant to the provisions of these regulations, the applicant shall notify the Control Officer in writing. Upon
such notification, the Authority to Construct or modify shall serve as a Temporary Permit for Operation of the
equipment until the Permit to Operate is granted or denied.
- New Source Siting
All new stationary sources and modifications to existing stationary sources, including power plants and cogeneration
and resource recovery projects, with a net emissions increase of air contaminants that would exceed the limits
stated in Rule 6.1.B. shall be subject to the provisions of Regulation VI.