AMAAPCD RULE 900 GENERAL (NONVEHICULAR ATCMs)
LAST REVISED 10/21/89                        

                                REGULATION 
                                    IX
               NONVEHICULAR AIRBORNE TOXIC CONTROL MEASURES

Rule 900  General

     900.1.    Statutory Requirements.  Health and Safety Code
               Section 39666 directs the Air Resources Board to
               reduce emissions of toxic air contaminants from
               nonvehicular sources.  Following action by the Air
               Resources Board and approval by the Office of
               Administrative Law, the Amador County Air
               Pollution Control District is required to propose
               and adopt regulations implementing the airborne
               toxic control measure (Health and Safety Code
               Section 39666(d)).  The regulations must be
               proposed within 120 days and adopted within 180
               days of the effective date of the Air Resources
               Board's airborne toxic control measure.

     900.2.  Definitions

          i.        APCD.  The Air Pollution Control District of
                    Amador County.

          ii.       APCO.  The Air Pollution Control Officer of
                    Amador County, or designated representative.

          iii.      ARB.  The California Air Resources Board, or
                    any person authorized to act on its behalf.

          iv.       ATCM.  Airborne toxic control measure.

          v.        CCR.  The California Code of Regulations.

          vi.       Person.  Any person, firm, association,
                    organization, partnership, business, trust,
                    corporation, company, contractor, supplier,
                    installer, operator, user or owner, any
                    government agency or public district, or any
                    officer or employee thereof.

          vii.      Section.  As used in these Rules and
                    Regulations, unless some other code is
                    specifically mentioned, all section
                    references are to the California Health and
                    Safety Code.