MOJAQMD RULE 306 DEMOLITION AND RENOVATION PROJECT FEES
LAST REVISED 01/01/90

          (Amended: November 20, 1989)          (Adopted: January 1, 1990)                             
                                       
                                       Rule 306
                        Demolition and Renovation Project Fees


          (a)  GENERAL DESCRIPTION

               This  rule requires a fee, pursuant to California Health and
               Safety  Code  Section 41512.5, for Demolition and Renovation
               projects subject  to  District Rule 1002 and/or USEPA NESHAP
               Asbestos  Rule 40 CFR 61.140,  Subpart  M,  to  recover  the
               estimated reasonable  cost of evaluating plans including but
               not limited to review,  inspection  and  monitoring  related
               thereto.

          (b)  DEMOLITION AND RENOVATION PROJECT FEES

               For  each  asbestos demolition or renovation project subject
               to  the  notification   submittal   requirements   of   Rule
               1002(d)(5),  operators  shall  pay  a  fee  at  the  time of
               submittal of the notification, as follows:

               (1)  For   demolition  projects  involving  the  removal  or
                    stripping  of less than 260 lineal feet of pipe or less
                    than 160 square  feet  of  material,  a fee of $125.00,
                    except as noted in (5) below.

               (2)  For  demolition  or  renovation projects involving  the
                    removal or stripping of  more  than  260 lineal feet of
                    pipe but less than 1600 lineal feet of  pipe;  or  more
                    than  160  square  feet  of material but less than 1000
                    square feet of material, a  fee  of  $275.00, except as
                    noted in (5) below.

               (3)  For  demolition  or renovation projects  involving  the
                    removal or stripping  of  1600  lineal  feet or more of
                    pipe  but less than 8000 lineal feet of pipe;  or  1000
                    square  feet  or  more  of  material but less than 5000
                    square feet of material, a fee  of  $475.00,  except as
                    noted in (5) below.

               (4)  For  demolition  or  renovation projects involving  the
                    removal or stripping of  8000  lineal  feet  or more of
                    pipe or 5000 square feet or more of material,  a fee of
                    $475.00 plus $200.00 for each 8000 lineal feet of  pipe
                    or  fraction  thereof over 8000 lineal feet of pipe and
                    for  each 5000 square  feet  of  material  or  fraction
                    thereof  over  5000  square feet of material, except as
                    noted in (5) below.




               (5)  Where  the  outside  diameter   of   piping  insulation
                    (wrapping) is greater than 2.35 inches, the calculation
                    of lineal footage of pipe shall be converted  to square
                    footage, the square footage of material involved  to be
                    calculated using the following equation:

                    A = 3.14159 LD/12

                    A = Area in square feet

                    L = Linear length of piping in feet

                    D  =  Outside  diameter  of  pipe  insulation (wrap) in
                          inches

                    Such projects shall thereafter be evaluated in terms of
                    square  footage and the appropriate fee  determined  on
                    the basis of total amount of material in square feet.

               (6)  Each HEAP  filter  or  other  control  device  used  to
                    ventilate  a  work area must obtain a Permit to Operate
                    and pay the fee  according  to  Rule 301(n) (7)H for an
                    air pollution control device.  This  permit is good for
                    one year from the date issued and may  be  used  on any
                    project  within  the  district  as  long as the project
                    notification   contains  a  copy  of  the  "Permit   to
                    Operate."

          (c)  SUBSEQUENT CHARGES

               (1)  If in the course  of a demolition or renovation project
                    pursuant to Rule 1002 it is determined that the project
                    involves the removal or stripping of material such that
                    the project requires  a  greater fee than was initially
                    proposed, the owner or operator  shall  pay the balance
                    of the fee within 10 days.

               (2)  If an owner or operator fails to report a change in any
                    date  as  required  by  Rule 1002(d) (5), and  the  Air
                    Pollution Control Officer  determines that such failure
                    necessitated  expenditure of  additional  time  by  the
                    District, over  and  above that upon which the plan fee
                    is  based, then the owner  or  operator  shall  pay  an
                    additional  fee  of  $55  per  hour of additional time,
                    billable in quarter hour increments.

               (3)  Applicants who have paid fees for  projects  which  are
                    not  accomplished,  and  for  which  a reimbursement is
                    requested, shall be refunded the full  amount  less any
                    amounts    expended    prior   to   the   request   for
                    reimbursement.

          (d)  LATE FEE

               If the demolition and/or renovation  project  fees  are  not
               paid  when  due,  the fees shall be increased as required by
               Rule 300 and the owner  and/or  operator  of  the demolition
               and/or renovation project shall thereupon be mailed a second
               notice which reflects the increased fees.