NORTH COAST UNIFIED AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT DISTRICT



Chapter IV. ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES FOR SOURCES

Rule 460 REPORTING REQUIREMENTS

  1. A responsible official shall submit to the District a monitoring report at least every six months which shall identify any deviation from permit requirements, including that information previously reported to the Air Pollution Control Officer pursuant to subsection (b).

  2. A responsible official shall submit to the District a report of any deviation from permit requirements, including those attributable to emergency or breakdown conditions (as defined in the permit). This information shall be promptly reported to the Air Pollution Control Officer who will determine what constitutes "prompt" reporting in terms of the requirement, the degree, and type of deviation likely to occur.

  3. Each report of a deviation from permit requirements shall describe the probable cause of the deviation and any preventative or corrective action taken.

  4. Each monitoring report submitted pursuant to subsection (a) or (b) shall be accompanied by a written statement from the responsible official which certifies the truth, accuracy, and completeness of the report.

  5. A responsible official shall submit to the District a progress report on a compliance schedule at least semi-annually and shall include the date when compliance will be achieved, an explanation of why compliance was not, or will not be, achieved by the scheduled date, and a log of any preventative or corrective action taken. [Reference: 40 CFR 70.6(a)(3)(ii)]