NCUAQMD RULE 1-3-370 AIR TOX HOT SPOTS ASSESS./AB2588
LAST REVISED 11/11/11

RULE 370 - AIR TOXIC'S "HOT SPOTS" ASSESSMENT (AB 2588)

Any stationary source facility which manufactures, formulates, uses, or releases any of the substances listed pursuant to Section 44321 of the Health and Safety Code, or any other substance which reacts to form a substance so listed, shall pay, each year a toxic "Hot Spots" fee that is assessed by the District to cover the costs, of both the state and the District, that are associated with the implementation of this mandated statewide program. The fee shall be structured on a workload and toxicity basis and shall follow the methodology adopted by the Air Resources Board. The APCO shall be permitted to make adjustments in cases where the state methodology is altered, a change in workload, change in level of priority, or where a legislative change to the fee assessment program occurs.

(a) Assessed fees shall be past due sixty days after notice of the assessment by the District and subject to the penalty and suspension procedures as specified in Rule 300(f).