NCUAQMD RULE 5-1-110 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS OF REG 5
LAST REVISED 11/11/11

Rule 110 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS OF REGULATION 5

After the effective date of Regulation 5, the North Coast Unified Air Quality Management District will implement an operating permit program pursuant to the requirements of this Regulation, as provided in Title V. Title V provides for the establishment of operating permit programs for sources which emit regulated air pollutants, including attainment and nonattainment pollutants.

Sources subject to Regulation 5 include major sources, acid rain units subject to Title IV of the Clean Air Act, solid waste incinerators subject to section 111 or 129 of the Clean Air Act, and any other sources specifically designated by rule of the U.S. EPA.

Sources subject to Regulation 5 shall obtain permits to operate pursuant to it. Each permit to operate issued pursuant to Regulation 5 will contain conditions and requirements adequate to ensure compliance with and the enforceability of the following:

(a) All applicable provisions of Division 26 of the Health and Safety Code, commencing with

section 39000;

(b) All applicable orders, rules, and regulations of the District and the California Air Resources Board;

(c) All applicable provisions of the applicable state implementation plan required by the Clean Air Act;

(d) Each applicable emission standard or limitation, rule, regulation, or requirement adopted or

promulgated to implement the Clean Air Act; and

(e) The requirements of all preconstruction permits issued pursuant to Parts C and D of the Clean Air Act.

The operation of an emissions unit, to which Regulation 5 is applicable, without a permit or in violation of any

applicable permit condition or requirement constitutes a violation of Regulation 5.

[Reference: 40 CFR 70.6(a)(6)(i) and 70.7(b)]