KERAPCD RULE 108 STACK MONITORING          
LAST REVISED 06/29/81
          
          
          RULE 108 Stack Monitoring - Adopted 6/22/77, Amended 6/29/81
          
          I.     Definitions

                 Definitions used shall be those given in 40 CFR, Part 51,
                 or equivalent ones established by mutual agreement of the
                 District, California Air Resources Board, and U.S.
                 Environmental Protection Agency.

          II.    Continuous Monitoring

                 Upon the request of and as directed by the Control
                 Officer, the owner shall provide, install, and operate
                 continuous monitoring equipment on such operations as
                 directed.  The owner shall maintain, calibrate, and repair
                 the equipment and shall keep the equipment operating at
                 design capabilities.

          III.   Required Monitoring

                 The owner or operator shall provide, properly install, and
                 maintain in good working order and in operation,
                 continuous monitoring systems to measure the following
                 pollutants from the following sources:

                 A.  Fossil fuel fired steam generators with heat input of
                     250 million British Thermal Units (63 million kilogram
                     calories) or more per hour with a use factor of at
                     least 30 percent per year:

                     1.  Oxides of nitrogen, if emission standards apply,

                     2.  Carbon dioxide or oxygen, if III.A.1. applies, and

                     3.  SO2, if control equipment is used,

                 B.  All sulfur recovery plants and sulfuric acid plants:
                     SO2.

                 C.  CO boilers or regenerators of fluid catalytic cracking
                     units and CO boilers of fluid cokers if feed rate is
                     greater than 10,000 barrels (1,590,000 liters) per
                     day:  SO2.

          IV.    Standards of Performance

                 A.  Systems shall be installed calibrated, maintained and
                     operated in accordance with the following Sections of
                     40 CFR:

                     1.  Fossil-Fuel Fired Steam Generators:  Section 60.45,

                     2.  Sulfuric Acid Plants:  Section 60.84,

                     3.  Petroleum Refineries:  Section 60.105, and

                     4.  Equivalent standards may be used by mutual 
                         agreement of the District, California Air 
                         Resources Board and U.S. Environmental 
                         Protection Agency.

                 B.  Calibration gas mixtures shall meet specifications of
                     40 CFR, Part 51, Appendix P, Section 3.3, and Part 60,
                     Appendix B, Performance Specification 2., Section 2.1., 
                     or shall meet equivalent specifications established by 
                     mutual agreement of the District, California Air 
                     Resources Board and U.S. Environmental Protection 
                     Agency.

                 C.  Cycling times shall be those specified in 40 CFR,
                     Part 51, Appendix P, Sections 3.4., 3.4.1. and 3.4.2.,
                     or shall meet equivalent specifications established by
                     mutual agreement of the District, California Air
                     Resources Board and U.S. Environmental Protection
                     Agency.

                 D.  Continuous SO2 and NOx monitors shall meet applicable
                     performance specification requirements of 40 CFR,
                     Part 51, Appendix P, and Part 60, Appendix B, or shall
                     meet equivalent specifications established by mutual
                     agreement of the District, California Air Resources
                     Board and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

                 E.  Continuous CO2 and O2 monitoring system shall meet
                     performance specification requirements of 40 CFR,
                     Part 51, Appendix P, and Part 60, Appendix B, or shall
                     meet equivalent specifications established by mutual
                     agreement of the District, California Air Resources
                     Board, and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

          V.     File of Records

                 Owners or operators subject to provisions of this Rule
                 shall maintain for a period of at least two years a record
                 in permanent form suitable for inspection and shall make
                 such record available upon request, to the California Air
                 Resources Board and the District.

                 The record shall include:

                 A.  Occurrence and duration of any startup, shutdown or
                     malfunction in the operation of any affected facility,

                 B.  Performance testing, evaluations, calibrations,
                     checks, adjustments and maintenance of any continuous
                     emission monitors installed pursuant to this Rule, and
                 
                 C.  Emission Measurements Data shall be reduced according
                     to the procedure established in 40 CFR, Part 51,
                     Appendix P, Paragraphs 5.0 through 5.3.3, or by other
                     methods deemed equivalent by joint decision of the
                     District, California Air Resources Board and
                     U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

          VI.    Quarterly Report

                 Owners or operators subject to provisions of this Rule
                 shall submit a written report for each calendar quarter to
                 the Control Officer.  The report is due by the 30th day
                 following the end of the calendar quarter and shall
                 include:

                 A.  Time intervals, date and magnitude of excess
                     emissions; nature and cause of the excess (if known),
                     corrective actions taken and preventive measures
                     adopted;

                 B.  Averaging period used for data reporting corresponding
                     to averaging period specified in the emission test
                     period used to determine compliance with an emission
                     standard for the pollutant/source category in
                     question;

                 C.  Time and date of each period during which the
                     continuous monitoring system was inoperative except
                     for zero and span checks and the nature of system
                     repairs and adjustments; and

                 D.  A negative declaration when no excess emissions
                     occurred.

          VII.   Violations

                 A violation of emission standards of these Rules, as shown
                 by the stack-monitoring system, shall be reported by such
                 person to the Control Officer within 96 hours.  The
                 District shall, in turn, report the violation to the
                 California Air Resources Board within five working days
                 after receiving the report of the violation.

          VIII.  Breakdowns

                 In the event of a breakdown of monitoring equipment, the
                 owner shall notify the Control Officer within 48 hours and
                 shall initiate repairs.  The owner shall inform the
                 Control Officer of the intent to shut down any monitoring
                 equipment at least 24 hours prior to the event.

          IX.    Inspections

                 The Air Pollution Control Officer shall inspect, as she/he
                 determines to be necessary, the monitoring devices
                 required by this Rule to ensure that such devices are
                 functioning properly.

          X.     Effective Dates

                 A.  This Rule is effective upon the date of adoption for
                     all sources except as provided in Subsection B. below.

                 B.  If any sources, subject to provisions of
                     Subsection III., is installed or in the process of
                     being installed prior to the date of adoption, the
                     owner or operator of such sources shall comply with
                     these provisions by January 1, 1978.