MOJAQMD RULE 1002 EMISSION STANDARD FOR ASBESTOS          
LAST REVISED 12/03/76

          (Adopted: December 3, 1976)

                                      Rule 1002
                            Emission Standard for Asbestos

          (a)  Definitions

               (1)  ACTIVE  WASTE  DISPOSAL  SITE  means  any disposal site
                    other than an inactive site.

               (2)  ADEQUATELY  WETTED means sufficiently mixed  or  coated
                    with water or  an  aqueous  solution  to  prevent  dust
                    emissions.

               (3)  ASBESTOS   means  actinolite,  amosite,  anthophyllite,
                    chrsotile, crocidolite, tremolite.

               (4)  ASBESTOS  MATERIAL   means  asbestos  or  any  material
                    containing asbestos.

               (5)  ASBESTOS  MILL  means  any   facility  engaged  in  the
                    conversion or any intermediate  step  in the conversion
                    of  asbestos  ore  into  commercial asbestos.   Outside
                    storage of asbestos materials  is not considered a part
                    of such facility.

               (6)  ASBESTOS  TAILINGS  means any solid  waste  product  of
                    asbestos mining or milling  operations  which  contains
                    asbestos.

               (7)  ASBESTOS-CONTAINING  WASTE  MATERIAL  means  any  waste
                    which contains commercial asbestos and is generated  by
                    a  source  subject  to  the provisions of this subpart,
                    including  asbestos  mill  tailings,   control   device
                    asbestos  waste,  friable  asbestos waste material, and
                    bags or containers that previously contained commercial
                    asbestos.

               (8)  COMMERCIAL ASBESTOS means any variety of asbestos which
                    is produced by extracting asbestos from asbestos ore.

               (9)  CONTROL  DEVICE  ASBESTOS  WASTE  means  any  asbestos-
                    containing  waste  material  that  is  collected  in  a
                    pollution control device.

               (10) DEMOLITION means the wrecking  or  taking  out  of  any
                    load-supporting   structural  member  and  any  related
                    removing or stripping of friable asbestos materials.

               (11) ELEMENT means any boiler,  pipe,  furnace,  duct, tank,
                    reactor, turbine, or structural member.

               (12) FABRICATING  means  any  processing  of  a manufactured
                    product   containing  commercial  asbestos,  with   the
                    exception of  processing  at  temporary  sites  for the
                    construction  or  restoration of buildings, structures,
                    facilities or installations.

               (13) FRIABLE  ASBESTOS  MATERIAL  means  any  material  that
                    contains more than one  percent  asbestos by weight and
                    that can be crumbled, pulverized, or reduced to powder,
                    when dry, by hand pressure.

               (14) INACTIVE WASTE DISPOSAL SITE means any disposal site or
                    portion  thereof, where additional  asbestos-containing
                    waste material  will  not  be  deposited  and where the
                    surface is not disturbed by vehicular traffic.

               (15) MANUFACTURING   means   the   combining  of  commercial
                    asbestos, or in the case of woven friction products the
                    combining of textiles containing  commercial  asbestos,
                    with   any   other  material(s),  including  commercial
                    asbestos, and the processing of this combination into a
                    product as specified in paragraph (b)(2).

               (16) OUTSIDE  AIR  means   the  air  outside  buildings  and
                    structures.

               (17) PARTICULATE  ASBESTOS  MATERIAL  means  finely  divided
                    particles of asbestos material.

               (18) REMOVING means taking out  friable  asbestos  materials
                    used  to  insulate  or  fireproof any element from  any
                    building, structure, facility, or installation.

               (19) RENOVATION means the removing  or  stripping of friable
                    asbestos  material  used to insulate or  fireproof  any
                    element.    Operations    in    which   load-supporting
                    structural members are wrecked out are excluded.

               (20) PLANNED RENOVATION means a renovation  operation,  or a
                    number  of  such  operations,  in  which  the amount of
                    friable  asbestos  material  that  will  be removed  or
                    stripped   within  a  given  period  of  time  can   be
                    predicted.    Operations  that  are  individually  non-
                    scheduled  are included,  provided  a  number  of  such
                    operations can  be  predicted  to  occur during a given
                    period of time based on operating experience.

               (21) EMERGENCY RENOVATION means a renovation  operation that
                    results from a sudden, unexpected event, and  is  not a
                    planned  renovation.   Operations  necessitated by non-
                    routine failures of equipment are included.
               (22) ROADWAYS means surfaces on which motor  vehicles travel
                    including, but not limited to highways, roads, streets,
                    parking areas, and driveways.

               (23) STRIPPING  means taking off friable asbestos  materials
                    used for insulation or fireproofing from any pipe, duct
                    boiler, tank,  reactor, turbine, furnace, or structural
                    member.

               (24) VISIBLE  EMISSIONS   means   any  emissions  which  are
                    visually detectable without the  aid of instruments and
                    which contain particulate asbestos material.

          (b)  Emission Standards

               A  person  shall  not  cause  to  be  discharged   into  the
               atmosphere  asbestos  in  the  following  amounts  from  the
               sources listed:

               (1)  Roadways:   the  surfacing  of  roadways  with asbestos
                    tailings  or  asbestos  containing wastes is prohibited
                    except for temporary roadways  on  an  area of asbestos
                    ore deposits.  The deposition of asbestos  tailings  on
                    roadways   covered  with  snow  or  ice  is  considered
                    "surfacing".

               (2)  Manufacturing:   no  visible  emissions  to the outside
                    air, except when air-cleaning is elected as provided in
                    the Exceptions to Visible Emission Standard,  from  any
                    building  or structure in which the following materials
                    are manufactured  or  directly from the manufacturer of
                    these materials if they  are  manufactured  outside  of
                    buildings or structures:

                    (A)  cloth,  cord,  wicks,  tubing,  tape, twine, rope,
                         thread,  yarn,  roving,  lap,  or  other   textile
                         materials,

                    (B)  cement products,

                    (C)  fireproofing and insulating materials,

                    (D)  friction products,

                    (E)  paper, millboard, and felt,

                    (F)  floor tile,

                    (G)  paints, coatings, caulks, adhesives, sealants,

                    (H)  plastics and rubber materials,

                    (I)  chlorine,

                    (J)  shotgun shells,

                    (K)  asphalt concrete

               (3)  Demolition and Renovation:  any owner or operator  of a
                    demolition  or  renovation operation who demolishes any
                    institutional,  commercial,   or   industrial  building
                    (including apartment buildings having  more  than  four
                    dwelling units), structure, facility, installation,  or
                    portion  thereof  which  contains  any  element that is
                    insulated or fireproofed with friable asbestos material
                    or renovates any of the above where more than 80 meters
                    (ca.  260  feet) of pipe insulated or fireproofed  with
                    friable asbestos  material  is  stripped or removed  or
                    where more than 15 square meters  (ca. 160 square feet)
                    of  friable  asbestos  material  used  to  insulate  or
                    fireproof  any  other  element is stripped  or  removed
                    shall use the following procedures to prevent emissions
                    of particulate asbestos material to outside air.

                    (A)  Friable asbestos materials,  used  to  insulate or
                         fireproof  any  element shall be removed from  any
                         building,  structure,   facility  or  installation
                         subject  to this paragraph.   Such  removal  shall
                         occur  before   wrecking  or  dismantling  of  any
                         portion of such building,  structure, facility, or
                         installation  that  would  break  up  the  friable
                         asbestos   materials   and  before   wrecking   or
                         dismantling of any other portion of such building,
                         structure, facility, or  installation  that  would
                         preclude  access  to such materials for subsequent
                         removal.   Removal of  friable  asbestos  material
                         used for insulation  or  fireproofing of any pipe,
                         duct, or structural member  which  are  encased in
                         concrete or other similar structural materials  is
                         not   required   prior  to  demolition,  but  such
                         material  shall  be   adequately  wetted  whenever
                         exposed during demolition.

                    (B)  Friable asbestos materials  used  to  insulate  or
                         fireproof  elements  shall  be  adequately  wetted
                         during stripping, except as provided in paragraphs
                         (D),(F), or(G) of this section.

                    (C)  Elements  that  are  insulated or fireproofed with
                         friable asbestos materials may be taken out of any
                         building,  structure,  facility,  or  installation
                         subject to this paragraph  as units or in sections
                         provided  the friable asbestos  materials  exposed
                         during  cutting   or  disjointing  are  adequately
                         wetted   during   the   cutting   or   disjointing
                         operation.  Such units shall  not  be  dropped  or
                         thrown  to  the  ground,  but  shall  be carefully
                         lowered to ground level.

                    (D)  The  stripping of friable asbestos materials  used
                         to insulate or fireproof any element that has been
                         removed  as  a  unit or in sections as provided in
                         paragraph (C) of  this section, shall be performed
                         in accordance with  paragraph (B) of this section.
                         Rather than comply with the wetting requirement, a
                         local exhaust ventilation  and  collection  system
                         may  be   used to prevent emissions to the outside
                         air.  Such local exhaust ventilation systems shall
                         be designed  and  operated to capture the asbestos
                         particulate matter  produced  by  the stripping of
                         friable  asbestos  material.   There shall  be  no
                         visible  emissions to the outside  air  from  such
                         local exhaust  ventilation  and collection systems
                         except  as provided in the Exceptions  to  Visible
                         Emission Standard.

                    (E)  All friable  asbestos  materials  that  have  been
                         removed or stripped shall be adequately wetted  to
                         ensure  that  such materials remain wet during all
                         remaining stages  of  demolition of renovation and
                         related handling operations.   Such materials that
                         have been removed or stripped more  than  50  feet
                         above ground level, except those materials removed
                         as  units  or in sections, shall be transported to
                         the ground via dust-tight chutes or containers.

                    (F)  Except   as   specified    below,    the   wetting
                         requirements of this paragraph are suspended  when
                         the  temperature  at the point of wetting is below
                         0oC (32oF). When friable  asbestos  materials  are
                         not  wetted  due  to  freezing  temperatures, such
                         materials on elements shall, to the maximum extent
                         possible, be removed as units or in sections prior
                         to wrecking.  In no case shall the requirements of
                         paragraphs (3)(D) or (3) (E) be suspended  due  to
                         freezing temperatures.

                    (G)  For    renovation    operations,   local   exhaust
                         ventilation and collection  systems  may  be used,
                         instead  of  wetting  as  specified  in  paragraph
                         (3)(B)   to   prevent   emissions  of  particulate
                         asbestos material to outside  air  when  damage to
                         equipment  resulting  from  the  wetting would  be
                         unavoidable.  Upon request and supply  of adequate
                         information,  the  control  officer will determine
                         whether damage to equipment resulting
                         from wetting to comply with the provisions of this
                         paragraph   would   be  unavoidable.   Such  local
                         exhaust ventilation systems  shall be designed and
                         operated  to  capture  the  asbestos   particulate
                         matter  produced  by the stripping and removal  of
                         friable asbestos material.    There  shall  be  no
                         visible  emissions  to  the  outside air from such
                         local exhaust ventilation and  collection systems,
                         except  as provided in the Exceptions  to  Visible
                         Emission Standard.

                    (H)  The demolition of a building, structure, facility,
                         or  installation,  pursuant  to  an  order  of  an
                         authorized  representative  of  a  State  or local
                         governmental  agency, issued because that building
                         is structurally  unsound and in danger of imminent
                         collapse is exempt  from  all  but  the  following
                         requirements of paragraph (3) of this section.

                         (i)  The  requirements  on  stripping  of  friable
                              asbestos  materials  from  previously removed
                              units or sections as specified  in  paragraph
                              (3)(D) of this section;


                         (ii) The wetting, as specified by paragraph (3)(E)
                              of   this   section,   of   friable  asbestos
                              materials that have been removed or stripped;
                              and

                         (iii)The portion of the structure being demolished
                              that  contains  friable  asbestos   materials
                              shall   be   adequately   wetted  during  the
                              wrecking operation.

               (4)  Spraying:  there shall be no visible  emissions  to the
                    outside  air from the spray-on application of materials
                    containing  more  than  one  percent asbestos, on a dry
                    weight basis, used to insulate  or  fireproof equipment
                    and machinery, except as provided in  the Exceptions to
                    Visible Emission Standard.  Spray-on materials  used to
                    insulate or fireproof buildings, structures, pipes, and
                    conduits  shall  contain less than one percent asbestos
                    on a dry weight basis.

                    Any owner or operator  who  intends  to  spray asbestos
                    materials which contain more than one percent  asbestos
                    on   a  dry  weight  basis  to  insulate  or  fireproof
                    equipment  and machinery shall report such intention to
                    the control  officer  at  least  20  days  prior to the
                    commencement  of  the spraying operation.  Such  report
                    shall include the following information:

                    (A)  name of owner or operator,

                    (B)  address of owner or operator,

                    (C)  location of spraying operation,

                    (D)  procedures to be followed to meet the requirements
                         of this paragraph.

               (5)  Fabricating:  there  shall  be  no visible emissions to
                    the outside air, except as provided  in  the Exceptions
                    to Visible Emission Standard from any of the  following
                    operations if they use commercial asbestos or from  any
                    building  or  structure  in  which  such operations are
                    conducted.

                    (A)  The fabrication of cement building products.

                    (B)  The fabrication of friction products, except those
                         operations   that   primarily   install   asbestos
                         friction materials on motor vehicles.

                    (C)  The  fabrication of cement or silicate  board  for
                         ventilation   hoods,   ovens,  electrical  panels,
                         laboratory  furniture, bulkheads,  partitions  and
                         ceilings for marine construction, and flow control
                         devices for the molten metal industry.

               (6)  Insulating:   molded  insulating  materials  which  are
                    friable and wet-applied  insulating materials which are
                    friable  after drying, installed  after  the  effective
                    date of these  regulations, shall contain no commercial
                    asbestos.  The provisions  of  this  paragraph  do  not
                    apply  to insulating materials which are spray applied;
                    such materials are regulated under paragraph 4.

               (7)  Waste   disposal    for   manufacturing,   fabricating,
                    demolition, renovation  and  spraying  operations:  the
                    owner  or  operator  of  any source covered  under  the
                    provisions of paragraphs (2),(3),(4),  or  (5)  of this
                    section shall meet the following standards:

                    (A)  there shall be no visible emissions to the outside
                         air,  except  as  provided in paragraph (7)(C)  of
                         this section, during  the  collection,  processing
                         (including incineration), packaging, transporting,
                         or  disposition  of any asbestos-containing  waste
                         material which is generated by such source;

                    (B)  all asbestos-containing  waste  material  shall be
                         deposited   at  waste  disposal  sites  which  are
                         operated  in accordance  with  the  provisions  of
                         paragraph (9);

                    (C)  rather than  meet  the  requirement  of  paragraph
                         (7)(A)  of this section, an owner or operator  may
                         elect  to  use  either  of  the  disposal  methods
                         specified under (i) and (ii) of this section or an
                         alternative  disposal  method  which  has received
                         prior-approval   by   the  Air  Pollution  Control
                         Officer.

                         (i)  Treatment   of   asbestos-containing    waste
                              material with water:

                              (I)  control  device asbestos waste shall  be
                                   thoroughly   mixed  with  water  into  a
                                   slurry  and  other   asbestos-containing
                                   waste   material  shall  be   adequately
                                   wetted.    There  shall  be  no  visible
                                   emissions to  the  outside  air from the
                                   collection,     mixing    and    wetting
                                   operations, except  as  provided  in the
                                   Exceptions to Visible Emission Standard;

                              (II) After  wetting,  all asbestos-containing
                                   waste  material  shall  be  sealed  into
                                   leak-tight  containers  while  wet,  and
                                   such containers  shall  be  deposited at
                                   waste disposal sites which are  operated
                                   in  accordance  with  the provisions  of
                                   paragraph (9).  The containers  shall be
                                   labeled   with   a  warning  label  that
                                   states:

                                    C A U T I O N

                                  Contains Asbestos
                         Avoid Opening Or Breaking Container
                           Breathing Asbestos Is Hazardous
                                   To Your Health.

                              Alternatively, warning  labels  specified  by
                              the    Occupational    Safety    and   Health
                              Administration may be used.

                         (ii) Processing   of   asbestos-containing   waste
                              material into non-friable forms:

                              (I)  all asbestos-containing  waste  material
                                   shall be formed into non-friable pellets
                                   or  other shapes and deposited at  waste
                                   disposal  sites  which  are  operated in
                                   accordance   with   the  provisions   of
                                   paragraph (9);

                              (II) there shall be no visible  emissions  to
                                   the  outside air from the collection and
                                   processing  of asbestos-containing waste
                                   material  except  as  specified  in  the
                                   Exceptions to Visible Emission Standard;

                              (III)for the purposes  of this paragraph (7),
                                   the  term all asbestos-containing  waste
                                   material  as  applied  to demolition and
                                   renovation    operations   covered    by
                                   paragraph (3) of  this  section includes
                                   only friable asbestos waste  and control
                                   device asbestos waste.

               (8)  Inactive  Waste  Disposal  Sites:   the  owner  of  any
                    inactive  waste  disposal  site, which was operated  by
                    sources covered under (2) or  (5)  and  where asbestos-
                    containing waste material produced by such  sources was
                    deposited, shall meet the following standards:

                    (A)  there shall be no visible emissions to the outside
                         air  from an inactive waste disposal site  subject
                         to this paragraph, except as provided in paragraph
                         (8)(E) of this section;

                    (B)  warning signs shall be displayed at all entrances,
                         and along  the  property line of the site or along
                         the perimeter of  the  sections  of the site where
                         asbestos-containing waste material  was deposited,
                         at intervals of 100 meters (ca. 330 feet) or less,
                         except  as specified in paragraph (8)(D)  of  this
                         section.  Signs  shall  be posted in such a manner
                         and location that a person  may  easily  read  the
                         legend.    The  warning  signs  required  by  this
                         paragraph shall conform to the requirements of 20"
                         x 14" upright  format  signs specified by OSHA and
                         this  paragraph.   The  signs  shall  display  the
                         following legend in the lower  panel,  with letter
                         sizes and styles of a visibility at least equal to
                         those specified in this paragraph.

                                        LEGEND

                             Asbestos Waste Disposal Site
                                  Do Not Create Dust
                           Breathing Asbestos is Hazardous
                                    to your Health

                                       Notation
                            1" Sans Serif, Gothic or Block
                           3/4" Sans Serif, Gothic or Block
                                   14 Point Gothic

                         Spacing between lines shall be at least  equal  to
                         the height of the upper of the two lines;

                    (C)  the  perimeter  of  the  site shall be fenced in a
                         manner  adequate to deter access  by  the  general
                         public, except as specified in paragraph (8)(D) of
                         this section;

                    (D)  warning signs  and  fencing are not required where
                         the requirements of paragraphs  (8)(5)(i)  or (ii)
                         of the section are met, or where a natural barrier
                         adequately  deters  access  by the general public.
                         Upon    request    and   supply   of   appropriate
                         information, the control  officer  will  determine
                         whether  a  fence  or a natural barrier adequately
                         deters access to the general public; and

                    (E)  rather  than  meet the  requirement  of  paragraph
                         (8)(A) of the section,  an owner may elect to meet
                         the requirements of this  paragraph  or may use an
                         alternative  control  method  for  emissions  from
                         inactive waste disposal sites which  has  received
                         prior approval by the control officer.

                         (i)  The asbestos-containing waste material  shall
                              be  covered with at least 15 centimeters (ca.
                              6   inches)    of   compacted   non-asbestos-
                              containing   material,   and   a   cover   of
                              vegetation shall  be  grown and maintained on
                              the area adequate to prevent  exposure of the
                              asbestos-containing waste material; or

                         (ii) the asbestos-containing waste material  shall
                              be  covered with at least 60 centimeters (ca.
                              24   inches)   of   compacted   non-asbestos-
                              containing material and maintained to prevent
                              exposure of the asbestos-containing waste; or

                         (iii)for  inactive   waste   disposal   sites  for
                              asbestos  tailings,  a resinous or petroleum-
                              based    dust   suppression    agent    which
                              effectively  binds  dust  and  controls  wind
                              erosion  shall  be applied.  Such agent shall
                              be  used as recommended  for  the  particular
                              asbestos  tailings  by  the  dust suppression
                              agent manufacturer.  Other equally  effective
                              dust  suppression  agents  may  be  used upon
                              prior  approval by the control officer.   For
                              purposes  of  this paragraph, waste crankcase
                              oil  is  not considered  a  dust  suppression
                              agent.

               (9)  Active Waste Disposal  Sites:  an active waste disposal
                    site   (for   disposal  of  asbestos-containing   waste
                    material) shall meet the requirements of this section.

                    (A)  There shall be no visible emissions to the outside
                         air from any  active  waste  disposal  site  where
                         asbestos-containing   waste   material   has  been
                         deposited, except as provided in paragraph  (9)(E)
                         of this rule.

                    (B)  Warning signs shall be displayed at all entrances,
                         and  along  the property line of the site or along
                         the perimeter  of  the  sections of the site where
                         asbestos-containing waste  material  is deposited,
                         at intervals of 100 meters (ca. 330 feet)  or less
                         except  as  specified  in paragraph (9)(D) of this
                         rule.  Signs shall be posted  in such a manner and
                         location that a person may easily read the legend.
                         The warning signs required by this paragraph shall
                         conform to the requirements of  20"  x 14" upright
                         format  signs  specified  by  the  OSHA  and  this
                         paragraph.   The signs shall display the following
                         legend in the  lower  panel, with letter sizes and
                         styles of a visibility  at  least  equal  to those
                         specified in this paragraph.

                                     L E G E N D

                             Asbestos Waste Disposal Site
                                  Do Not Create Dust
                           Breathing Asbestos is Hazardous
                                    to your Health

                                       NOTATION

                            1" Sans Serif, Gothic or Block
                           3/4" Sans Serif, Gothic or Block
                                   14 Point Gothic
                         Spacing  between lines shall be at least equal  to
                         the height of the upper of the two lines.

                    (C)  The perimeter of the disposal site shall be fenced
                         in order to adequately deter access to the general
                         public except  as specified in paragraph (9)(D) of
                         this rule.
                    (D)  Warning signs and  fencing  are not required where
                         the  requirements  of  paragraph  (E)(i)  of  this
                         section  are  met,  or  where  a  natural  barrier
                         adequately deters access  to  the  general public.
                         Upon    request    and   supply   of   appropriate
                         information,  the Air  Pollution  Control  Officer
                         will  determine  whether  a  fence  or  a  natural
                         barrier  adequately  deters  access to the general
                         public.

                    (E)  Rather  than  meet  the requirement  of  paragraph
                         (9)(A) or this rule,  an  owner  or  operator  may
                         elect   to  meet  the  requirements  of  paragraph
                         (9)(E)(i)  or  (9)(E)(ii) of this rule, or may use
                         an alternative control  method  for emissions from
                         active  waste  disposal sites which  has  received
                         prior  approval  by   the  Air  Pollution  Control
                         Officer.

                         (i)  At the end of each operating day, or at least
                              one every 24-hour period while the site is in
                              continuous operation, the asbestos-containing
                              waste material which  was  deposited  at  the
                              site during the operating day or previous 24-
                              hour period shall be covered with at least 15
                              centimeters  (ca. 6 inches) of compacted non-
                              asbestos-containing material.

                         (ii) At the end of each operating day, or at least
                              once every 24-hour  period while the disposal
                              site   is   in  continuous   operation,   the
                              asbestos-containing  waste material which was
                              deposited at the site  during  the  operating
                              day  or  previous  24-hour  period  shall  be
                              covered  with  a  resinous or petroleum-based
                              dust  suppression  agent   which  effectively
                              binds dust and controls wind  erosion.   Such
                              agent  shall  be  used as recommended for the
                              particular dust by the dust suppression agent
                              manufacturer.  Other  equally  effective dust
                              suppression  agents  may  be used upon  prior
                              approval   by   the  control  officer.    For
                              purposes of this  paragraph,  waste crankcase
                              oil  is  not  considered  a  dust suppression
                              agent.

          (c)  Exceptions to Visible Emission Standard

               (1)  Rather  than meet the no-visible-emission  requirements
                    as specified  by paragraphs (b)(1) and (b)(2), an owner
                    or operator may  elect  to  use  air  cleaning to clean
                    emissions  containing  particulate  asbestos   material
                    before such emissions escape to, or are vented to,  the
                    outside air.  If air cleaning is elected, the following
                    requirements shall apply:
                    
                    (A)  Fabric  filter  collection  devices  must be used,
                         except as noted in paragraphs (A) and  (D) of this
                         section.   Such  devices  must  be operated  at  a
                         pressure  drop of no more than four  inches  water
                         gage, as measured  across  the filter fabric.  The
                         airflow permeability, as determined by ASTM method
                         D737-69,  must not exceed 30  ft.  3/min/ft.2  for
                         woven  fabrics  or  35  ft.3/min/ft.2  for  felted
                         fabrics;  exceed  that  40 ft.3/min/ft.2 for woven
                         and  45  ft.3/  min/ft.2  for  felted  fabrics  is
                         allowed  for  filtering  air  from   asbestos  ore
                         dryers.   Each  square yard of felted fabric  must
                         weigh at least 14  ounces  and  be  at  least one-
                         sixteenth   inch   thick   throughout.   Synthetic
                         fabrics must not contain fill yarn other than that
                         which is spun.

                    (B)  If the use of fabric filters  creates  a  fire  or
                         explosion   hazard,   the   control   officer  may
                         authorize  the  use of wet collectors designed  to
                         operate with a unit  contacting energy of at least
                         40 inches water gage pressure.

                    (C)  The  control  officer may  authorize  the  use  of
                         filtering equipment  other  than that described in
                         paragraphs  (A)  and (B) of this  section  if  the
                         owner or operator demonstrates to the satisfaction
                         of  the  control officer  that  the  filtering  of
                         particulate  asbestos  material  is  equivalent to
                         that of the described equipment.

                    (D)  All air-cleaning equipment authorized by this rule
                         must  be  properly installed, used, operated,  and
                         maintained.   Bypass  devices  may  be  used  only
                         during upset or emergency conditions and then only
                         for so long as it takes to shut down the operation
                         generating the particulate asbestos material.

               (2)  Where  the  presence  of  uncombined  water is the sole
                    reason  for  failure  to  meet  the no-visible-emission
                    requirement  of  paragraphs  (b)(2),   (b)(3),  (b)(4),
                    (b)(7),  (b)(8)  or  (b)(9) of the Emission  Standards,
                    such failure shall not  be a violation of such emission
                    requirements.

          (d)  Reporting

               The owner or operator of any existing  source  to which this
               rule is applicable shall, within 90 days after the effective
               date,  provide  the  following  information  to  the control
               officer:

               (1)  A  description  of the emission control equipment  used
                    for each process.
               
               (2)  If a fabric filter device is used to control emissions,
                    the pressure drop  across  the  fabric filter in inches
                    water gage.

                    (A)  If  the  fabric  filter device  utilizes  a  woven
                         fabric, the airflow permeability in ft.3/min/ft.2,
                         and, if the fabric  is synthetic, indicate whether
                         the fill yarn is spun or not spun.

                    (B)  If  the fabric filter  device  utilizes  a  felted
                         fabric,   the  density  in  oz/yd.2,  the  minimum
                         thickness in  inches, and the airflow permeability
                         in ft.3/min/ ft.2.

               (3)  For  waste  disposal operations  subject  to  paragraph
                    (b)(7) of the Emission Standards:

                    (A)  a brief description of each process that generates
                         asbestos-containing waste material;

                    (B)  the average  weight  of  asbestos-containing waste
                         material disposed of, measured in kg/day;

                    (C)  the emission control methods used in all stages of
                         waste disposal; and

                    (D)  the  type of disposal site  or  incineration  site
                         used for  ultimate  disposal, the name of the site
                         operator,  and  the  name   and  location  of  the
                         disposal site.

               (4)  For inactive waste disposal sites  subject to paragraph
                    (b)(8) of the Emission Standards:

                    (A)  a brief description of the site; and

                    (B)  the  method  or  methods used to comply  with  the
                         standard, or alternative procedures to be used.

               (5)  For  demolition and renovation  operations  subject  to
                    paragraph (b)(3) of the Emission Standard:

                    (A)  Written   notice   of  intention  to  demolish  or
                         renovate shall be provided  to the control officer
                         at least:

                         (i)  ten days prior to commencement of demolition;

                         (ii) as early as possible prior to commencement of
                              emergency  demolition  subject  to  paragraph
                              (b)(3)(H) of the Emission Standards; and

                         (iii)as early as possible prior to commencement of
                              renovation.

                    (B)  Such   notice   shall   include   the    following
                         information:

                         (i)  name of owner or operator;

                         (ii) address of owner or operator;

                         (iii)description   of   the  building,  structure,
                              facility, or installation to be demolished or
                              renovated, including the size, age, and prior
                              use  of the structure,  and  the  approximate
                              amount  of friable asbestos material used for
                              insulation and fireproofing;

                         (iv) address  or   location   of   the   building,
                              structure, facility or installation;

                         (v)  scheduled  starting  and completion dates  of
                              demolition or renovation;

                         (vi) nature  of planned demolition  or  renovation
                              and method(s) to be employed;

                         (vii)procedures   to   be  employed  to  meet  the
                              requirements of (b)(3) and (b)(7);

                         (viii)the  name and address  or  location  of  the
                              waste  disposal   site   where   the  friable
                              asbestos waste will be deposited; and

                         (ix) name,  title, and authority of the  state  or
                              local  governmental  representative  who  has
                              ordered  a  demolition  which  is  subject to
                              paragraph    (b)(3)(8)    of   the   Emission
                              Standards.

                    (C)  For  purposes  of  determining whether  a  planned
                         renovating  operation   constitutes  a  renovation
                         within the meaning of this  paragraph,  the amount
                         of  friable  asbestos  material  to be removed  or
                         stripped shall be:

                         (i)  for  planned renovating operations  involving
                              individually  non-scheduled  operations,  the
                              additive  amount of friable asbestos material
                              that can be  predicted   will  be  removed or
                              stripped at a source over the maximum  period
                              of  time  for which a prediction can be made.
                              The period shall be not less than 30 days and
                              not longer than one year; and

                         (ii) for  each planned  renovating  operation  not
                              covered by paragraph (i), the total amount of
                              friable   asbestos   material   that  can  be
                              predicted  will be removed or stripped  at  a
                              source.

                    (D)  For purposes of determining  whether  an emergency
                         renovating   operation  constitutes  a  renovation
                         within the meaning  of  this paragraph, the amount
                         of  friable asbestos material  to  be  removed  or
                         stripped  shall  be  the  total  amount of friable
                         asbestos material that will be removed or stripped
                         as a result of the sudden, unexpected  event  that
                         necessitated the renovation.

                    (E)  For  demolition  operations  where  the  amount of
                         friable  asbestos  material  in  the  building  or
                         portion thereof to be demolished is less  than  79
                         meters  (ca.  260 feet) used to insulate pipe, and
                         less than 15 square  meters  (ca. 260 square feet)
                         used to insulate or fireproof  any  other element,
                         written  notice  shall be provided to the  control
                         officer at least 20  days prior to commencement of
                         demolition   and  shall  include   the   following
                         information:

                                   (A)  name of owner or operator;

                                   (B)  address of owner or operator;

                                   (C)  address    or   location   of   the
                                        building, structure,  facility,  or
                                        installation;

                                   (D)  scheduled  and  completion dates of
                                        demolition or renovation; and

                                   (E)  the measured or estimated amount of
                                        friable asbestos  material used for
                                        insulation  and fireproofing  which
                                        is    present.     Techniques    to
                                        estimation shall be explained.