AMAAPCD RULE 302 AIR POLLUTION PERMIT
LAST REVISED 11/11/11

Rule 302  Air Pollution Permit

     302.1.    Requirements.

               A.   No person required to comply with the
                    provisions of this Rule shall knowingly set
                    or permit open outdoor fires unless that 
                    person has been issued a valid permit by the
                    APCO or a designated agency.  (Section 41852)

               B.   A permit shall not be issued unless
                    information is provided as required by the
                    APCO or designated agency, including:

                    1.   Name and address of applicant.

                    2.   Location of proposed burn.

                    3.   Acreage or estimated tonnage, and type
                         of material to be burned.

                    4.   Any other information the APCO or
                         designated agency may deem pertinent.

               C.   Each permit issued shall bear a statement of
                    warning containing the following words or
                    words of like or similar import:  "THIS
                    PERMIT IS VALID ONLY ON THOSE DAYS DURING
                    WHICH AGRICULTURAL BURNING IS NOT PROHIBITED
                    BY THE STATE AIR RESOURCES BOARD OR THE AIR
                    POLLUTION CONTROL DISTRICT PURSUANT TO
                    SECTION 41855 OF THE HEALTH AND SAFETY CODE." 
                    (Section 41854)

               D.   The designated agency shall forward the
                    permit information received from all
                    applicants to the APCO upon request.

     302.2.    Additional Permits.  The APCO may exempt
               residential and recreational burning as described
               elsewhere in this Regulation from the requirements
               of Rule 302.1.  Nothing in this Regulation exempts
               persons from obtaining any permits that may be
               required by other agencies.