MOJAQMD RULE 67 FUEL BURNING EQUIPMENT
LAST REVISED 09/10/74




RULE 67

FUEL BURNING EQUIPMENT


(Effective: September 10, 1974)

A person shall not build, erect, or install any new or expand any existing non-mobile fuel-burning equipment unit unless the discharge into the atmosphere of contaminants will not and does not exceed any one or more of the following rates:

For the purpose of this Rule, a fuel burning equipment unit is defined as boilers, furnaces, jet engines or other fuel burning equipment, the simultaneous operations of which is required for the production of useful heat or power.

Fuel burning equipment serving primarily as air pollution control equipment by using a combustion process to destroy air contaminants, shall be exempt from the provisions of this Rule.

Nothing in this Rule shall be construed as preventing the maintenance, modification, replacement, or expansion of an existing fuel burning unit, when such maintenance, modification, replacement, or expansion will not increase the mass rate of emission rate of emission of any single air contaminant listed above.