SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY UNIFIED AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DISTRICT
RULE 4201 - PARTICULATE MATTER CONCENTRATION
(Adopted May 21, 1992, Amended December 17, 1992)
The purpose of this rule is to protect the ambient air quality by establishing a particulate matter emission standard.
This rule shall apply to any source operation which emits or may emit dust, fumes, or total suspended particulate matter.
A person shall not release or discharge into the atmosphere from any single source operation, dust, fumes, or total suspended particulate matter emissions in excess of 0.1 grain per cubic foot of gas at dry standard conditions, as determined by the test methods in section 4.0.
4.0 Test Methods
The following test methods shall be used to determine compliance with the requirements of section 3.0:
4.1 Particulate matter concentration - EPA Method 5;
4.2 Stack gas velocity - EPA Method 2;
4.3 Stack gas moisture - EPA Method 4.