MOJAQMD RULE 471 ASPHALT OR COAL TAR EQUIPMENT

LAST REVISED 09/03/76

(Amended: September 3, 1976)

Rule 471

Asphalt or Coal Tar Equipment

(a) A person shall not operate or use equipment for melting,

heating or holding asphalt or coal tar pitch for the on-site

construction or repair unless the gas-entrained effluents

from such equipment are:

(1) Incinerated at temperatures of not less than 790oC

(1454oF) for a per not less than 0.3 second, or

(2) Filtered in such a manner determined by the Air

Pollution control Officer to be equally or more

effective for the purpose of air pollution control than

(1) above, or

(3) Processed in such a manner determined by the Air

Pollution Control Officer to be equally or more

effective for the purpose of air pollution control than

(1) above.

(b) A person operating equipment subject to this rule shall

provide, properly install and maintain in good working

order, devices capable of correctly indicating and

controlling operating temperatures.

(c) Any equipment installed for the purposes of meeting (a)

above, must be of a design approved for the purpose by

a fire and safety testing organization recognized by

the fire department having jurisdiction.

(d) The provisions of this rule shall not apply to:

(1) Equipment having a capacity of 100 liters (26.4

gallons) or less; or

(2) Equipment having a capacity of 600 liters (159

gallons) or less provided it is equipped with

tightly fitted lid or cover.

(e) Effective dates

(1) This rule is effective upon the date of adoption

for:

(A) All equipment not completed and put into

service.

(2) The owner or operator of any equipment subject to

this rule, which has been completed and put into

service prior to the date of adoption shall comply

with the provisions by December 31, 1977, and

shall comply with the following schedule of

increments of progress.

(A) By July 1, 1977 -- Submit to the Air

Pollution Control Officer an application for

authority to construct describing at a

minimum the steps that will be taken to

achieve compliance of the equipment with the

provisions of this rule.

(B) By September 1, 1977 -- Award the contract

for emission control system, or issue orders

for the purchase of component parts to

accomplish emission control.

(C) By December 31, 1977 -- Assure final

compliance with the provisions of this rule.