MOJAVE DESERT AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
RULE 213.3 - ADDITIONAL STANDARDS FOR PERMITS TO CONSTRUCT & OPERATE
(Adopted: June 18, 1979)
(a) The Air Pollution Control Officer shall deny a permit to construct for any new or modified major stationary source, unless the owner or operator has certified in writing prior to the issuance of such permit that all major stationary sources owned or operated by such person (or by any entity controlling, controlled by, or under common control with such person) in the State of California are in compliance or are on a compliance schedule approved by the appropriate federal, state or District officials, with all applicable emission limitations and standards which are part of the EPA approved State Implementation Plan, new source performance standards and NESHAPS.
(b) The Air Pollution Control Officer shall deny a permit to construct, or a permit to operate, for any new or modified major stationary source unless he determines that construction of such new major stationary source would not interfere with the schedule for reasonable further progress set forth in the Mojave Desert Air Quality Management District Implementation Plan.