KERAPCD RULE 201 PERMITS REQUIRED          
LAST REVISED 05/00/89
          
          
          RULE 201 Permits Required - Adopted 4/18/72, Amended 3/19/74,
                   6/29/81, Renumbered 5/89

          I.    Authority to Construct - Any person building, altering or
                replacing any equipment, the use of which may cause the
                issuance of air contaminants or the use of which may
                eliminate or reduce or control the issuance of air
                contaminants, shall first obtain authorization for such
                construction from the Control Officer.  An Authority to
                Construct shall remain in effect until the Permit to
                Operate the equipment for which the application was filed
                is granted, denied, or canceled.

          II.   Permit to Operate - Before any new or modified equipment
                described in Subsection I. or any existing equipment so
                described may be operated, a written permit shall be
                obtained from the Control Officer.  No Permit to Operate
                shall be granted either by the Control Officer or the
                Hearing Board for any equipment described in Subsection I.,
                constructed or installed without authorization as required
                by Subsection I., until the information required is
                presented to the Control Officer and such equipment is
                altered, if necessary, and made to conform to standards set
                forth in Rule 208 (Standards for Granting Application) and
                elsewhere in these Rules and Regulations.

                A.  New Equipment - A person shall notify the Control
                    Officer before operating or using equipment granted 
                    an Authority to Construct.  Upon such notification, 
                    the Authority to Construct shall serve as a temporary 
                    Permit to Operate for the equipment until the Permit 
                    to Operate is granted or denied.  The equipment shall 
                    not be operated contrary to conditions specified in 
                    the Authority to Construct and testing requirements 
                    shall be satisfied.

                B.  Modified Equipment - An Authority to Construct granted
                    to modify equipment having a valid Permit to Operate
                    shall serve as a temporary Permit to Operate for the
                    equipment until a new Permit to Operate is granted or
                    denied.  The modified equipment shall not be operated
                    contrary to the conditions specified in the Authority 
                    to Construct and a person shall notify the Control 
                    Officer when construction of the modification has been
                    completed.

                C.  Existing Equipment - When an application for Permit to
                    Operate is filed for existing equipment, the application
                    shall serve as a temporary Permit to Operate for the
                    equipment.  If the equipment was previously operated
                    under a Permit to Operate and has not been altered, it
                    shall not be operated under a temporary Permit to
                    Operate contrary to the conditions specified in the
                    previous Permit to Operate.
          
          III.  Posting of Permit to Operate - A person who has been
                granted under Subsection II. a Permit to Operate any
                equipment described in Subsection II., shall firmly affix
                such Permit to Operate, an approved facsimile, or other
                approved identification bearing the permit number upon the
                article, machine, equipment, or other contrivance, in such
                a manner as to be clearly visible and accessible.  In the
                event the equipment is so constructed or operated that the
                Permit to Operate cannot be so placed, the Permit to
                Operate shall be mounted so as to be clearly visible in an
                accessible place within 25 feet of the equipment or
                maintained readily available at all times on the operating
                premises.

          IV.   Altering of Permit - A person shall not willfully deface,
                alter, forge, counterfeit, or falsify a Permit to Operate
                any equipment.