PLAAPCD RULE 507 FEDERAL OPERATING PERMIT PROGRAM                 
LAST REVISED 08/24/95
                 
                 RULE 507 FEDERAL OPERATING PERMIT PROGRAM

                             Adopted 10-19-93
                            (Revised 08-24-95)


                                 CONTENTS

100  GENERAL

     101  PURPOSE 
     102  APPLICABILITY
     110  EXEMPTION, SOURCES NOT SUBJECT TO RULE 507

200  DEFINITIONS

      201  ACID RAIN UNIT
     202  ADMINISTRATIVE PERMIT AMENDMENT
     203  AFFECTED STATE
     204  AIR POLLUTION CONTROL OFFICER
     205  APPLICABLE FEDERAL REQUIREMENT
     206  CALIFORNIA AIR RESOURCES BOARD
     207  CLEAN AIR ACT
     208  CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS
     209  COMMENCE OPERATION
     210  DIRECT EMISSIONS
     211  DISTRICT
     212  EMERGENCY
     213  EMISSIONS UNIT
     214  FEDERALLY ENFORCEABLE CONDITION
     215  FUGITIVE EMISSIONS
     216  HAZARDOUS AIR POLLUTANT
     217  HEALTH AND SAFETY CODE
     218  INITIAL PERMIT
     219  MAJOR STATIONARY SOURCE
     220  MINOR PERMIT MODIFICATION
     221  OPERATING SCENARIOS
     222  PERMIT MODIFICATION
     223  POTENTIAL TO EMIT
     224  PRECONSTRUCTION PERMIT
     225  REGULATED AIR POLLUTANT
     226  RESPONSIBLE OFFICIAL
     227  SIGNIFICANT PERMIT MODIFICATION
     228  SOLID WASTE INCINERATOR
     229  STATIONARY SOURCE
     230  UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
     231  VOLUNTARY EMISSIONS CAP

300  STANDARDS

     301  TITLE V APPLICATION SHIELD
     302  APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS
     303  APPLICATION CONTENT AND CORRECTNESS
     304  WRITTEN REQUESTS FOR DISTRICT ACTION

400  ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES

     401  DISTRICT ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES
     402  PERMIT CONTENT REQUIREMENTS
     403  SUPPLEMENTAL ANNUAL FEE

500  MONITORING AND RECORDS (NOT INCLUDED)

100  GENERAL

     101  PURPOSE:  To establish procedures and requirements for an
          operating permit system consistent with the requirements
          of Title V of the Federal Clean Air Act (CAA), as amended
          in 1990, and pursuant to 40 CFR Part 70.  Title V
          provides for the establishment of operating permit
          programs for stationary sources which emit regulated air
          pollutants, including attainment and nonattainment
          pollutants.  The effective date of this rule is the date
          the US Environmental Protection Agency promulgates
          interim, partial, or final approval of the rule in the
          Code of Federal Regulations.

     102  APPLICABILITY:  Stationary sources subject to Rule 507
          include major stationary sources, acid rain units subject
          to Title IV of the Federal Clean Air Act, solid waste
          incinerators subject to Section 111 or 129 of the Federal
          Clean Air Act, and any other stationary sources
          specifically designated by rule of the US Environmental
          Protection Agency.  The sources listed below are subject
          to the requirements of this rule:

          102.1     A major stationary source - Title V;

          102.2     A stationary source with an acid rain unit for
                    which application for an Acid Rain Permit is
                    required pursuant to Title IV of the Federal
                    Clean Air Act;

          102.3     A solid waste incinerator subject to a
                    performance standard promulgated pursuant to
                    Section 111 or 129 of the Federal Clean Air
                    Act;

          102.4     Any other stationary source in a source
                    category designated by rule of the US
                    Environmental Protection Agency; and

          102.5     Any stationary source that is subject to a
                    standard or other requirement promulgated
                    pursuant to Section 111 or 112 of the Federal
                    Clean Air Act, published after July 21, 1992,
                    that is designated as subject to the
                    requirements of Title V of the Federal Clean
                    Air Act in the standard or requirement.

          Nothing in this rule relieves a permit applicant from any
          obligation to comply with any other applicable federal,
          state, or District orders, rules, and regulations,
          including the requirements to obtain permits as required
          by Rule 501, GENERAL PERMIT REQUIREMENTS, and Rule 502,
          NEW SOURCE REVIEW.  The requirements in this rule shall
          augment and take precedence over conflicting
          administrative requirements of other provisions of the
          District's Rules and Regulations. Nothing in this rule
          limits the authority of the District to revoke or
          terminate a permit pursuant to Sections 40808, and 42307-
          42309 of the California Health and Safety Code (H&SC). 
          A stationary source shall operate in compliance with
          permits to operate issued pursuant to this rule. 

     110  EXEMPTION, SOURCES NOT SUBJECT TO RULE 507:  The
          stationary sources listed below are not subject to the
          requirements of Rule 507:

          110.1     Sources regulated solely by 40 CFR Part 60,
                    Subpart AAA (Standards of Performance for New
                    Residential Wood Heaters);

          110.2     Sources regulated solely by 40 CFR Part 61,
                    Subpart M, Section 145 (National Emission
                    Standards for Asbestos, Standard for
                    Demolition and Renovation); 

          110.3     Any other source in a source category deferred
                    by US Environmental Protection Agency rulemaking
                    and;          
          110.4     Sources regulated by Rule 511, Potential to
                    Emit, or Rule 512, Request for Synthetic Minor
                    Source Status, as approved by the U.S. EPA as
                    a revision to the State Implementation Plan.

200  DEFINITIONS

     For the purposes of this rule the following definitions apply:

     201  ACID RAIN UNIT - An "acid rain unit" is any fossil fuel-
          fired combustion device that is an affected unit under 40
          CFR Part 72.6 and therefore subject to the requirements
          of Title IV (Acid Deposition Control) of the Federal
          Clean Air Act.

     202  ADMINISTRATIVE PERMIT AMENDMENT - An "administrative
          permit amendment" is an amendment to a permit to operate
          which:

          202.1     Corrects a typographical error;

          202.2     Identifies a minor administrative change at
                    the stationary source; for example, a change
                    in the name, address, or phone number of any
                    person identified in the permit;

          202.3     Requires more frequent monitoring or reporting
                    by a responsible official of the stationary
                    source; or

          202.4     Transfers ownership or operational control of
                    a stationary source, provided that, prior to
                    the transfer, the Air Pollution Control
                    Officer receives a written agreement which
                    specifies a date for the transfer of permit
                    responsibility, coverage, and liability from
                    the current to the prospective permittee.

     203  AFFECTED STATE - An "affected state" is any state that:
          1) is contiguous with California and whose air quality
          may be affected by a permit action, or 2) is within 50
          miles of the stationary source for which a permit action
          is being proposed.

     204  AIR POLLUTION CONTROL OFFICER (APCO) - "Air Pollution
          Control Officer" refers to the air pollution control
          officer of the Placer County Air Pollution Control
          District, or his/her designee.
     
     205  APPLICABLE FEDERAL REQUIREMENT - An "applicable federal
          requirement" is any requirement which is enforceable by
          the US Environmental Protection Agency and citizens
          pursuant to Section 304 of the Federal Clean Air Act and
          is set forth in, or authorized by, the Federal Clean Air
          Act or a US Environmental Protection Agency regulation. 
          An "applicable federal requirement" includes any
          requirement of a regulation in effect at permit issuance
          and any requirement of a regulation that becomes
          effective during the term of the permit.  Applicable
          federal requirements include: 

          205.1     Title I requirements of the Federal Clean Air
                    Act, including:
               a.   New Source Review requirements in the State
                    Implementation Plan approved by the US
                    Environmental Protection Agency and the terms
                    and conditions of the preconstruction permit
                    issued pursuant to an approved New Source
                    Review rule;
               b.   Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD)
                    requirements and the terms and conditions of
                    the PSD permit (40 CFR Part 52);
               c.   New Source Performance Standards (40 CFR Part
                    60);               
               d.   National Ambient Air Quality Standards,
                    increments, and visibility requirements as
                    they apply to portable sources required to
                    obtain a permit pursuant to Section 504(e) of
                    the Federal Clean Air Act;
               e.   National Emissions Standards for Hazardous Air
                    Pollutants (40 CFR Part 61);
               f.   Maximum Achievable Control Technology or
                    Generally Available Control Technology
                    Standards (40 CFR Part 63);
               g.   Risk Management Plans and plan preparation and
                    registration requirements (Section 112(r) of
                    the Federal Clean Air Act);
               h.   Solid Waste Incineration requirements
                    (Sections 111 or 129 of the Federal Clean Air
                    Act);
               i.   Consumer and Commercial Product requirements
                    (Section 183 of the Federal Clean Air Act);
               j.   Tank Vessel requirements (Section 183 of the
                    Federal Clean Air Act); 
               k.   District prohibitory rules that are approved
                    into the State Implementation Plan;
               l.   Standards or regulations promulgated pursuant
                    to a Federal Implementation Plan; and 
               m.   Enhanced Monitoring and Compliance
                    Certification requirements (Section 114(a)(3)
                    of the Federal Clean Air Act).

          205.2     Title III, Section 328 (Outer Continental
                    Shelf) requirements of the Federal Clean Air
                    Act  (40 CFR Part 55);

          205.3     Title IV (Acid Deposition Control)
                    requirements of the Federal Clean Air Act (40
                    CFR Parts 72, 73, 75, 76, 77, 78 and
                    regulations implementing Sections 407 and 410
                    of the Federal Clean Air Act);

          205.4     Title VI (Stratospheric Ozone Protection)
                    requirements of the Federal Clean Air Act (40
                    CFR Part 82); and

          205.5     Monitoring and Analysis requirements
                    (Section 504(b) of the Federal Clean
                    Air Act).

     206  CALIFORNIA AIR RESOURCES BOARD (ARB) - "California Air
          Resources Board" refers to the Air Resources Board of the
          State of California.
  
     207  CLEAN AIR ACT (CAA) - "Clean Air Act" or "Federal Clean
          Air Act" refers to the federal Clean Air Act as amended
          in 1990 (42 U.S.C. Section 7401 et seq.).
     
     208  CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS - "Code of Federal
          Regulations" refers to the United States Code of Federal
          Regulations.
     
     209  COMMENCE OPERATION - "Commence operation" is the date of
          initial operation of an emissions unit, including any
          start-up or shakedown period authorized by a temporary
          permit to operate issued pursuant to Section 42301.1 of
          the California Health and Safety Code.

     210  DIRECT EMISSIONS - "Direct emissions" are emissions that
          may reasonably pass through a stack, chimney, vent, or
          other functionally-equivalent opening.
     
     211  DISTRICT - "District" refers to the Placer County Air
          Pollution Control District.

     212  EMERGENCY - An "emergency" is any situation arising from
          a sudden and reasonably unforeseeable event beyond the
          control of a permittee (e.g., an act of God) which causes
          the exceedance of a technology-based emission limitation
          under a permit and requires immediate corrective action
          to restore compliance.  An "emergency" shall not include
          noncompliance as a result of improperly designed
          equipment, lack of preventive maintenance, careless or
          improper operation, or operator error. 

     213  EMISSIONS UNIT - An "emissions unit" is any identifiable
          article, machine, contrivance, or operation which emits,
          may emit, or results in the emissions of, any regulated
          air pollutant or Hazardous Air Pollutant (HAP) directly
          or as fugitive emissions.  With the exception of HAP
          sources, the fugitive emissions of a source shall not be
          considered in determining whether it is a major
          stationary source, unless the source belongs to one of
          the categories of stationary sources listed in 40 CFR
          70.2, "Definitions", "Major Source" (2).

     214  FEDERALLY-ENFORCEABLE CONDITION - A "federally-
          enforceable condition" is any condition set forth in the
          Title V permit to operate which addresses an applicable
          federal requirement or a voluntary emissions cap.

     215  FUGITIVE EMISSIONS - Emissions from unintended openings
          in process equipment, emissions occurring from
          miscellaneous activities relating to the operation of a
          facility, and those emissions which do not pass through
          a stack, chimney, vent, or other functionally equivalent
          opening.

     216  HAZARDOUS AIR POLLUTANT (HAP) - Any air pollutant listed
          pursuant to Section 112(b) of the Federal Clean Air Act
          as amended in 1990 (42 U.S.C. Section 7401 et seq.).

     217  HEALTH AND SAFETY CODE (H&SC) - "Health and Safety Code"
          refers to the California Health and Safety Code.

     218  INITIAL PERMIT - An "initial permit" is the first
          operating permit for which a stationary source submits an
          application that addresses the requirements of the
          federal operating permits program as implemented by this
          rule. 

     219  MAJOR STATIONARY SOURCE - For the purpose of this rule a
          major stationary source is defined as follows:

          219.1     A stationary source, as defined in Section 112
                    of the Federal Clean Air Act, with the
                    potential to emit 10 tons per year, or more,
                    of any hazardous air pollutant listed pursuant
                    to Section 112(b) of the Federal Clean Air
                    Act; or 25 tons per year, or more, of any
                    combination of hazardous air pollutants listed
                    pursuant to Section 112(b) of the Federal
                    Clean Air Act, or any lesser threshold as U.S.
                    EPA may establish by rule.  Fugitive hazardous
                    air pollutant emissions shall be considered
                    when determining whether a source is a major
                    stationary source.

          219.2     A stationary source with a potential to emit
                    exceeding:   25 tons per year of nitrogen
                    oxides,  25 tons per year of volatile organic
                    compounds, 100 tons per year of sulfur
                    dioxide, 100 tons per year of carbon monoxide,
                    100 tons per year of PM10, or 100 tons per
                    year of a regulated air pollutant.  Once a
                    source is determined to be a major stationary
                    source, all of its fugitive emissions shall be
                    included in calculating the source's
                    emissions.  The fugitive emissions of a source
                    shall not be considered in determining whether
                    it is a major stationary source, unless the
                    source belongs to one of the following
                    categories of stationary sources listed in 40
                    CFR 70.2, "Definitions", "Major Source" (2):
               1.   Coal cleaning plants (with thermal dryers);
               2.   Kraft pulp mills;
               3.   Portland cement plants;
               4.   Primary zinc smelters;
               5.   Iron and steel mills;
               6.   Primary aluminum ore reduction plants;
               7.   Primary copper smelters;
               8.   Municipal incinerators capable of charging
                    more than 250 tons of refuse per day;
               9.   Hydrofluoric, sulfuric, or nitric acid plant;
               10.  Petroleum refineries;
               11.  Lime plants;
               12.  Phosphate rock processing plants;
               13.  Coke oven batteries;
               14.  Sulfur recovery plants;
               15.  Carbon black plants (furnace process);
               16.  Primary lead smelters;
               17.  Fuel conversion plants;
               18.  Sintering plants;
               19.  Secondary metal production plants;
               20.  Chemical process plants;
               21.  Fossil-fuel boilers (or combination thereof)
                    totaling more than 250 million British thermal
                    units per hour heat input;
               22.  Petroleum storage and transfer units with a
                    total storage capacity exceeding 300,000
                    barrels;
               23.  Taconite ore processing plants;
               24.  Glass fiber processing plants;
               25.  Charcoal production plants;
               26.  Fossil-fuel-fired steam electric plants of
                    more than 250 million British thermal units
                    per hour heat input; or
               27.  All other stationary source categories
                    regulated by a standard promulgated under
                    Section 111 or 112 of the Federal Clean Air
                    Act, but only with respect to those air
                    pollutants that have been regulated for that
                    category.

          219.3     A source with a potential to emit which
                    exceeds any lesser quantity emission threshold
                    promulgated by the US Environmental Protection
                    Agency.

     220  MINOR PERMIT MODIFICATION - A "minor permit modification"
          is any modification to a federally-enforceable condition
          on a permit to operate which:  A) is not a significant
          permit modification, and B) is not an administrative
          permit amendment.

     221  OPERATING SCENARIOS - All modes of facility operation to
          be permitted, including normal operating conditions,
          start-up, and shutdown.  This shall include all planned
          or reasonably foreseeable process, feed, and product
          changes.  Operating scenarios must meet all applicable
          federal requirements.

     222  PERMIT MODIFICATION - A "permit modification" is any
          addition, deletion, or revision to a permit to operate
          condition.

     223  POTENTIAL TO EMIT - For the purposes of this rule,
          "potential to emit" as it applies to an emissions unit
          and a stationary source is defined below.

          223.1     Potential to Emit of an Emissions Unit:  The
                    "potential to emit" of an emission unit is the
                    maximum physical and operational design
                    capacity of an emissions unit to emit a
                    regulated air pollutant or HAP.  Any
                    limitation on the physical or operational
                    design capacity, including emission control
                    devices and restrictions on hours of
                    operation, or on the type, or amount of
                    material combusted, stored, or processed, may
                    be considered as part of the design only if
                    the limitation, or the effect it would have on
                    emissions, is incorporated into the applicable
                    permit as a federally enforceable permit
                    condition.
          223.2     Potential to Emit of a Stationary Source:  
                    The "potential to emit" for a stationary
                    source is the sum of the potential to emit
                    from all emissions units at the stationary
                    source.  If two or more HAPs are emitted at a
                    stationary source, the potential to emit for
                    each of those HAPs shall be combined to
                    determine applicability.  Fugitive emissions
                    shall be considered in determining the
                    potential to emit for:  1) sources as
                    specified in 40 CFR Part 70.2, "Definitions",
                    "Major Source" (2), and 2) sources of HAP
                    emissions.  Notwithstanding the above, any HAP
                    emissions from any oil or gas exploration or
                    production well (with its associated
                    equipment) and any pipeline compressor or pump
                    station shall not be aggregated with emissions
                    of similar units for the purpose of
                    determining a major source of HAPs, whether or
                    not such units are located in contiguous areas
                    or are under common control.

     224  PRECONSTRUCTION PERMIT - A "preconstruction permit" is a
          permit authorizing construction prior to construction and
          includes:

          224.1     A preconstruction permit issued pursuant to a
                    program for the prevention of significant
                    deterioration of air quality required by
                    Section 165 of the Federal Clean Air Act; or

          224.2     A preconstruction permit issued pursuant to a
                    new source review program required by Sections
                    172 and 173 of the Federal Clean Air Act or
                    Rule 502, NEW SOURCE REVIEW.

     225  REGULATED AIR POLLUTANT - A "regulated air pollutant" is
          any pollutant:  1) which is emitted into or otherwise
          enters the ambient air, and 2) for which the US
          Environmental Protection Agency has adopted an emission
          limit, standard, or other requirement.  Regulated air
          pollutants include:

          225.1     Oxides of nitrogen and volatile organic
                    compounds;

          225.2     Any pollutant for which a national ambient air
                    quality standard has been promulgated pursuant
                    to Section 109 of the Federal Clean Air Act;

          225.3     Any pollutant subject to a New Source
                    Performance Standard promulgated pursuant to
                    Section 111 of the Federal Clean Air Act;

          225.4     Any ozone-depleting substance specified as a
                    Class I (chlorofluorocarbons) or Class II
                    (hydrofluorocarbons) substance pursuant to
                    Title VI of the Federal Clean Air Act; and

          225.5     Any pollutant subject to a standard or
                    requirement promulgated pursuant to Section
                    112 of the Federal Clean Air Act, including:
               a.   Any pollutant listed pursuant to Section
                    112(r) of the Federal Clean Air Act
                    (Prevention of Accidental Releases) shall be
                    considered a "regulated air pollutant" upon
                    promulgation of the list.
               b.   Any HAP subject to a standard or other
                    requirement promulgated by the US
                    Environmental Protection Agency pursuant to
                    Section 112(d) or adopted by the District
                    pursuant to 112(g) and (j) of the Federal
                    Clean Air Act shall be considered a "regulated
                    air pollutant" for all sources or categories
                    of sources:  1) upon promulgation of the
                    standard or requirement, or 2) 18 months after
                    the standard or requirement was scheduled to
                    be promulgated pursuant to Section 112(e)(3)
                    of the Federal Clean Air Act.
               c.   Any HAP subject to a District case-by-case
                    emissions limitation determination for a new
                    or modified stationary source, prior to the US
                    Environmental Protection Agency promulgation
                    or scheduled promulgation of an emissions
                    limitation shall be considered a "regulated
                    air pollutant" when the determination is made
                    pursuant to Section 112(g)(2) of the Federal
                    Clean Air Act.  In case-by-case emissions
                    limitation determinations, the HAP shall be
                    considered a "regulated air pollutant" only
                    for the individual stationary source for which
                    the emissions limitation determination was
                    made. 
     
     226  RESPONSIBLE OFFICIAL - A "responsible official" is an
          individual with the authority to certify that a
          stationary source complies with all applicable federal
          requirements and federally-enforceable conditions of
          permits issued to sources in accordance with this rule. 
          "Responsible official" means one of the following:

          226.1     For a corporation, a president, secretary,
                    treasurer, or vice-president of the
                    corporation in charge of a principal business
                    function, or any other person who performs
                    similar policy or decision-making functions
                    for the corporation, or a duly authorized
                    representative of such person if the
                    representative is responsible for the overall
                    operation of one or more manufacturing,
                    production, or operating facilities applying
                    for or subject to a permit and either:
               a.   The facilities employ more than 250 persons or
                    have gross annual sales or expenditures
                    exceeding $25 million (in second quarter 1980
                    dollars); or
               b.   The delegation of authority to such
                    representative is approved in advance by the
                    Air Pollution Control Officer;

          226.2     For a partnership or sole proprietorship, a
                    general partner or the proprietor,
                    respectively;

          226.3     For a municipality, state, federal, or other
                    public agency, either a principal executive
                    officer or a ranking elected official; or

          226.4     For an acid rain unit subject to Title IV
                    (Acid Deposition Control) of the Federal Clean
                    Air Act, the "responsible official" is the
                    designated representative of that unit for any
                    purposes under Title IV and this rule.

     227  SIGNIFICANT PERMIT MODIFICATION - A "significant permit
          modification" is any modification to a federally-
          enforceable condition on a permit to operate which:

          227.1     Involves any modification under Section 112(g)
                    of Title I of the Federal Clean Air Act or
                    under US Environmental Protection Agency
                    regulations promulgated pursuant to Title I of
                    the Federal Clean Air Act, including 40 CFR
                    Parts 51, 52, 60, 61, and 63;

          227.2     Significantly changes monitoring conditions;

          227.3     Provides for the relaxation of any reporting
                    or recordkeeping conditions;

          227.4     Involves a permit term or condition which
                    allows a source to avoid an applicable federal
                    requirement, including:  1) a federally-
                    enforceable voluntary emissions cap assumed in
                    order to avoid triggering a modification
                    requirement of Title I of the Federal Clean
                    Air Act, or 2) an alternative HAP emission
                    limit pursuant to Section 112(i)(5) of the
                    Federal Clean Air Act;

          227.5     Involves a case-by-case determination of any
                    emission standard or other requirement; or 

          227.6     Involves a source-specific determination for
                    ambient impacts, visibility analysis, or
                    increment analysis on portable sources.
     
     228  SOLID WASTE INCINERATOR - A "solid waste incinerator" is
          any incinerator which burns solid waste material from
          commercial, industrial, medical, general public sources
          (e.g., residences, hotels, or motels), or other
          categories of solid waste incinerators subject to a
          performance standard promulgated pursuant to Sections 111
          or 129 of the Federal Clean Air Act.

          The following incinerators are excluded from the
          definition of "solid waste incinerator" for the purpose
          of this rule:

          228.1     Any hazardous waste incinerator required to
                    obtain a permit under the authority of Section
                    3005 of the Solid Waste Disposal Act (42
                    U.S.C. Section 6925);

          228.2     Any materials recovery facility which
                    primarily recovers metals;

          228.3     Any qualifying small power production facility
                    as defined in 16 U.S.C.A. Section 796(17)(C);

          228.4     Any qualifying cogeneration facility which
                    burns homogenous waste for the production of
                    energy as defined in 16 U.S.C.A. Section
                    796(18)(B); or

          228.5     Any air curtain incinerator which burns only
                    wood, yard, or clean lumber waste and complies
                    with the opacity limitations to be established
                    by the Administrator of the US Environmental
                    Protection Agency.

     229  STATIONARY SOURCE - For the purposes of this rule, a
          "stationary source" is any building, structure, facility,
          or installation (or any such grouping) that:

          229.1     Emits, may emit, or results in the emissions
                    of any regulated air pollutant or HAP;

          229.2     Is located on one or more contiguous or
                    adjacent properties;

          229.3     Is under the ownership, operation, or control
                    of the same person (or persons under common
                    control) or entity; and

          229.4     Belongs to a single major industrial grouping;
                    for example, each building, structure,
                    facility, or installation in the grouping has
                    the same two-digit code under the system
                    described in the 1987 Standard Industrial
                    Classification Manual.

     230  UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (U.S. EPA
          or US Environmental Protection Agency) - "United States
          Environmental Protection Agency" refers to the
          Administrator or appropriate delegee of the "United
          States Environmental Protection Agency".
     
     231  VOLUNTARY EMISSIONS CAP - A "voluntary emissions cap" is
          an optional, federally-enforceable emissions limit on one
          or more emissions unit(s) which a source assumes in order
          to avoid an applicable federal requirement.  The source
          remains subject to all other applicable federal
          requirements.

300  STANDARDS

     301  TITLE V APPLICATION SHIELD:  An existing stationary
          source shall not be subject to enforcement action by the
          Air Pollution Control Officer or US Environmental
          Protection Agency for operation without a Title V permit
          to operate if the stationary source has complied with all
          of the following requirements:

          301.1     The responsible official has submitted a
                    timely and complete Title V permit to operate
                    application for an initial permit or for the
                    five year renewal of a permit pursuant to
                    Section 302; and

          301.2     The Air Pollution Control Officer has not
                    taken final action on the application; and

          301.3     The stationary source is operated in
                    accordance with the requirements of any valid
                    permit to operate issued pursuant to Section
                    42301 of the California Health and Safety Code
                    and any Title V permit to operate issued
                    pursuant to this rule, notwithstanding
                    expiration of this permit; and

          301.4     The responsible official has honored all
                    requests for further information by the Air
                    Pollution Control Officer pursuant to
                    Subsection 303.2(b); and

          301.5     The Title V permit to operate has not been
                    canceled, suspended or terminated.

          The application shield does not apply to stationary
          sources applying for permit modifications.  For permit
          modifications, a stationary source shall operate in
          accordance with the applicable federal requirements, the
          permit to operate issued pursuant to this rule and any
          temporary permit to operate issued pursuant to Section
          42301.1 of the California Health and Safety Code.

     302  APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS:

          302.1     General:  Stationary sources subject to this
                    rule shall obtain Title V permits to operate
                    pursuant to this rule.  Each permit to operate
                    issued pursuant to this rule shall contain
                    conditions and requirements adequate to ensure
                    compliance with and the enforceability of:
               a.   All applicable provisions of Division 26 of
                    the California Health and Safety Code,
                    commencing with Section 39000;
               b.   All applicable orders, rules, and regulations
                    of the District and the California Air
                    Resources Board (ARB);
               c.   All applicable provisions of the applicable
                    implementation plan required by the Federal
                    Clean Air Act;
               d.   Each applicable emission standard or
                    limitation, rule, regulation, or requirement
                    adopted or promulgated to implement the
                    Federal Clean Air Act; and
               e.   The requirements of all preconstruction
                    permits issued pursuant to Parts C and D of
                    the Federal Clean Air Act.
               The operation of an emissions unit to which this
               rule is applicable without a permit or in violation
               of any applicable permit condition or requirement
               shall be a violation of this rule.

          302.2     Application Submittal for Existing Stationary
                    Sources:  For a stationary source that is
                    subject to the requirements of this rule on or
                    prior to the date the rule becomes effective,
                    a responsible official of the stationary
                    source shall submit a complete application for
                    a Title V permit to operate to the Air
                    Pollution Control Officer in accordance with
                    the following:
               a.   For existing sources with Standard Industrial
                    Classification (SIC) of 4911, 3411, and 2421,
                    as determined by the Air Pollution Control
                    Officer, the complete application shall be
                    submitted no later than 3 months after the
                    date this rule becomes effective.  
               b.   For existing sources with Standard Industrial
                    Classification (SIC) of 3674, 2431, and 4613,
                    as determined by the Air Pollution Control
                    Officer, the complete application shall be
                    submitted no later than 6 months after the
                    date this rule becomes effective.  
               c.   For existing sources with Standard Industrial
                    Classification (SIC) of 3083, 2492, as
                    determined by the Air Pollution Control
                    Officer, and all other stationary sources
                    subject to this rule and existing on or prior
                    to the date this rule becomes effective, the
                    complete application shall be submitted no
                    later than 9 months after the date this rule
                    becomes effective.

          302.3     Application Submittal for New or Modified
                    Stationary Sources:  For a stationary source
                    that becomes subject to the requirements of
                    this rule after the date the rule becomes
                    effective, and after obtaining any required
                    preconstruction permits, a responsible
                    official of the stationary source shall submit
                    a complete application for a Title V permit to
                    operate within 12 months of the source
                    commencing operation.

          302.4     Application Submittal for Permit Renewal:  For
                    renewal of a permit, a responsible official of
                    the stationary source shall submit a complete
                    application for a Title V permit to operate to
                    the Air Pollution Control Officer no earlier
                    than 18 months and no later than 6 months
                    before the expiration date of the current
                    Title V permit to operate.  Title V permits to
                    operate for all emissions units at a
                    stationary source shall undergo simultaneous
                    renewal.

          302.5     Sources with Existing Acid Rain Unit(s):  For
                    a source with an acid rain unit, a responsible
                    official shall submit a standard District
                    application and acid rain permit applications
                    to the District.  The applications shall be
                    submitted within the following timeframe:
               a.   If the source is subject to this rule because
                    it is a major stationary source as defined in
                    Section 219, applications shall be submitted
                    within the timeframe specified in Subsections
                    302.2 or 302.3, above.
               b.   If the source is subject to this rule only
                    because the source has an acid rain unit for
                    which an application for an Acid Rain Permit
                    is required pursuant to Title IV of the
                    Federal Clean Air Act, applications shall be
                    submitted by January 1, 1996, or , if
                    applicable, a later date established by 40 CFR
                    Part 72.

          302.6     Significant Permit Modification:  After
                    obtaining any required preconstruction
                    permits, a responsible official of the
                    stationary source shall submit a complete
                    application for a Title V permit to operate to
                    the Air Pollution Control Officer for each
                    emissions unit affected by a proposed permit
                    revision that qualifies as a significant
                    permit modification.  Upon request by the Air
                    Pollution Control Officer, the responsible
                    official shall submit copies of the latest
                    preconstruction permit for each affected
                    emissions unit.  The emissions unit(s) shall
                    not commence operation until the Air Pollution
                    Control Officer approves the permit revision,
                    and 1) the operation will comply with all
                    applicable federal requirements, and the Rules
                    and Regulations of the District; and 2) the
                    commencement of operation prior to final
                    action on the application is not specifically
                    prohibited by any permit condition; and 3) the
                    operation complies with the conditions of the
                    permit to operate issued pursuant to Section
                    42301 of the California Health and Safety
                    Code, any permit to operate issued pursuant to
                    this rule, and any temporary permit to operate
                    issued pursuant to Section 42301.1 of the
                    California Health and Safety Code.  Approval
                    of a permit revision by the Air Pollution
                    Control Officer prior to review by the US
                    Environmental Protection Agency does not
                    preclude the US Environmental Protection
                    Agency from objecting to the permit revision.

          302.7     Minor Permit Modification:   After obtaining
                    any required preconstruction permits, a
                    responsible official of the stationary source
                    shall submit a complete application for a
                    Title V permit to operate to the Air Pollution
                    Control Officer for each emissions unit
                    affected by the proposed permit revision that
                    qualifies as a minor permit modification.  The
                    emissions unit(s) affected by the proposed
                    permit modification shall not commence
                    operation until the Air Pollution Control
                    Officer approves the permit revision, and 1)
                    the operation will comply with all applicable
                    federal requirements, and the Rules and
                    Regulations of the District; and 2) the
                    commencement of operation prior to final
                    action on the application is not specifically
                    prohibited by any permit condition; and 3) the
                    operation complies with the conditions of the
                    permit to operate issued pursuant to Section
                    42301 of the California Health and Safety
                    Code, any permit to operate issued pursuant to
                    this rule, and any temporary permit to operate
                    issued pursuant to Section 42301.1 of the
                    California Health and Safety Code.  Approval
                    by the Air Pollution Control Officer of a
                    permit revision prior to review by the US
                    Environmental Protection Agency, does not
                    preclude the US Environmental Protection
                    Agency from objecting to the permit revision. 
                    If the stationary source fails to comply with
                    the terms and conditions of the proposed
                    permit revision, the existing permit terms and
                    conditions the stationary source seeks to
                    modify may be enforced against it.  In the
                    application, the responsible official shall
                    include the following:
               a.   A description of the proposed permit revision,
                    any change in emissions, and additional
                    applicable federal requirements that will
                    apply;
               b.   Proposed permit terms and conditions; and
               c.   A certification by a responsible official that
                    the permit revision meets criteria for use of
                    minor permit modification procedures and a
                    request that such procedures be used.

          302.8     Acid Rain Unit Permit Modification:  A permit
                    modification of the acid rain portion of the
                    operating permit shall be governed by
                    regulations promulgated pursuant to Title IV
                    of the Federal Clean Air Act.

     303  APPLICATION CONTENT AND CORRECTNESS

          303.1     Standard District Application:  The standard
                    District application submitted shall include
                    the following information:
               a.   Information identifying the source;
               b.   Description of processes and products (by
                    Standard Industrial Classification Code)
                    including any associated with proposed
                    alternative operating scenarios;
               c.   Identification of fees specified in REGULATION
                    6, Rule 601, PERMIT FEES;
               d.   A listing of all existing emissions units at
                    the stationary source and identification and
                    description of all points of emissions from
                    the emissions units in sufficient detail to
                    establish the applicable federal requirements
                    and the basis for applicable fees to be
                    assessed;
               e.   Citation and description of all applicable
                    federal requirements, information and
                    calculations used to determine the
                    applicability of such requirements and other
                    information that may be necessary to implement
                    and enforce such requirements;   
               f.   Calculation of all emissions, including
                    fugitive emissions, in tons per year and in
                    such terms as are necessary to establish
                    compliance with the all applicable District,
                    State, or federal requirements for the
                    following: 
                    1.   All regulated air pollutants emitted from
                         the source,
                    2.   Any HAP that the source has the potential
                         to emit in quantities equal to or in
                         excess of 10 tons per year, and
                    3.   If the source has the potential to emit
                         two or more HAPs in quantities equal to
                         or in excess of 25 tons per year, all
                         HAPs emitted by the source;
               g.   As these affect emissions from the source, the
                    identification of fuels, fuel use, raw
                    materials, production rates, operating
                    schedules, limitations on source operation or
                    workplace practices;
               h.   An identification and description of air
                    pollution control equipment and compliance
                    monitoring devices or activities;
               i.   Other information required by an applicable
                    federal requirement;
               j.   The information needed to define permit terms
                    or conditions implementing a source's options
                    for operational flexibility, including
                    alternative operating scenarios, pursuant to
                    Subsection 401.9;
               k.   A compliance plan and compliance schedule with
                    the following:
                    1.   A description of the compliance status of
                         each emissions unit within the stationary
                         source with respect to applicable federal
                         requirements,
                    2.   A statement that the source will continue
                         to comply with such applicable federal
                         requirements that the source is in
                                                  compliance,                    3.   A statement that the source will comply,
                         on a timely basis, with future-effective
                         requirements which have been adopted, and 
                    4.   A description of how the source will
                         achieve compliance with requirements for
                         which the source is not in compliance;

               l.   For a source not in compliance with any
                    applicable federal requirement at the time of
                    permit issuance or renewal, a schedule of
                    compliance approved by the District hearing
                    board that identifies remedial measures with
                    specific increments of progress, a final
                    compliance date, testing and monitoring
                    methods, recordkeeping requirements, and a
                    schedule for submission of certified progress
                    reports to the U.S EPA and the Air Pollution
                    Control Officer at least every 6 months;
               m.   A certification by a responsible official of
                    the truth, accuracy and completeness of
                    application forms, and progress reports at
                    least every 6 months; statements on compliance
                    status with any applicable enhanced
                    monitoring, and compliance plans at least
                    annually;
               n.   For a source with an acid rain unit, an
                    application shall include the elements
                    required by 40 CFR Part 72;
               o.   For a source of HAPs required to prepare a
                    risk management plan pursuant to Section
                    112(r) of the Federal Clean Air Act, the
                    application shall include verification that a
                    risk management plan has been submitted to the
                    authorized implementing agency or a compliance
                    schedule for the submittal of such a plan
                    shall be included in the permit to operate;
                    and
               p.   For proposed portable sources, an application
                    shall identify all locations of potential
                    operation and how the source will comply with
                    all applicable District, State, and federal
                    requirements at each location.

          303.2     Correcting and Updating of a Title V 
                    Application:  A responsible official of a
                    source shall submit an accurate and complete
                    application in accordance with the
                    requirements of the District. 
               a.   Upon the written request of the Air Pollution
                    Control Officer, a responsible official shall
                    supplement any complete application with
                    additional information relating to the Title V
                    application within 30 days of the date the
                    request is made. 
               b.   A responsible official shall promptly provide
                    additional information in writing to the Air
                    Pollution Control Officer upon discovery of
                    submittal of any inaccurate information as
                    part of the application or as a supplement
                    thereto, or of any additional relevant facts
                    previously omitted which are needed for
                    accurate analysis of the application.
               c.   Intentional or negligent submittal of
                    inaccurate information shall be reason for
                    denial of an application.
               d.   A responsible official shall submit to the Air
                    Pollution Control Officer timely updates to
                    the Title V permit to operate application as
                    new requirements become applicable to the
                    source.

     304  WRITTEN REQUESTS FOR DISTRICT ACTION:  A responsible
          official shall submit a written request to the Air
          Pollution Control Officer for the following permit
          actions:

          304.1     Administrative Permit Amendment:  For an
                    administrative permit amendment, a responsible
                    official may implement the change addressed in
                    the written request immediately upon submittal
                    of the request.
          304.2     Permit Modification for a Condition that is
                    not Federally Enforceable:  For a permit
                    modification for a condition that is not
                    federally enforceable, a responsible official
                    shall submit a written request in accordance
                    with the requirements of Rule 501, GENERAL
                    PERMIT REQUIREMENTS.

          304.3     Permits to Operate for New Emissions Units: 
                    For permits to operate for a new emissions
                    unit at a stationary source, a responsible
                    official shall submit a written request in
                    accordance with the requirements of Rule 501,
                    GENERAL PERMIT REQUIREMENTS, except under the
                    following circumstances:
               a.   The construction or operation of the emissions
                    unit is a modification under US Environmental
                    Protection Agency regulations promulgated
                    pursuant to Title I of the Federal Clean Air
                    Act, including 40 CFR Parts 51, 52, 60, 61,
                    63;
               b.   The construction or operation of the emissions
                    unit is addressed or prohibited by permits for
                    other emissions units at the stationary
                    source;
               c.   The emissions unit is an acid rain unit
                    subject to Title IV of the Federal Clean Air
                    Act; or
               d.   The emissions unit is a major stationary
                    source for the purpose of this rule.

               In the circumstances specified in Subsections (a),
               (b), (c), or (d), above, a responsible official
               shall apply for a permit to operate for the new
               emissions unit pursuant to the requirements of this
               rule.

          304.4     Response to Permit Reopening For Cause:  Upon
                    notification by the Air Pollution Control
                    Officer of a reopening of a permit for cause
                    for an applicable federal requirement pursuant
                    to Section 401.8, below, a responsible
                    official shall respond to any written request
                    for information by the Air Pollution Control
                    Officer within 30 days of the post-marked date
                    of the request, unless an extension for a
                    longer period of time is agreed to in writing
                    by the Air Pollution Control Officer.

400  ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES

     401  DISTRICT ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES

          401.1     Completeness Review of Applications:  The Air
                    Pollution Control Officer shall determine if
                    an application is complete and shall notify
                    the responsible official of the determination
                    within the following timeframes:
               a.   For an initial permit, permit renewal, or a
                    significant permit modification, within 60
                    days of receiving the application;
               b.   For a minor permit modification, within 30
                    days of receiving the application;
               The application shall be deemed complete unless the
               Air Pollution Control Officer requests additional
               information or otherwise notifies the responsible
               official that the application is incomplete within
               the timeframes specified above.

          401.2     Notification of Completeness Determination: 
                    The Air Pollution Control Officer shall
                    provide written notification of the
                    completeness determination to the US
                    Environmental Protection Agency, the ARB and
                    any affected state and shall submit a copy of
                    the complete application to the US
                    Environmental Protection Agency within five
                    working days of the determination.  The Air
                    Pollution Control Officer need not provide
                    notification for applications from sources
                    that are not major sources when the US
                    Environmental Protection Agency waives such
                    requirement for a source category by
                    regulation or at the time of approval of the
                    District operating permits program.

          401.3     Application Processing Timeframes:   The Air
                    Pollution Control Officer shall act on a
                    complete application in accordance with the
                    procedures in Subsections 401.4, 401.5 and
                    401.6, below (except as application procedures
                    for acid rain units are provided for under
                    regulations promulgated pursuant to Title IV
                    of the Federal Clean Air Act), and take final
                    action within the following timeframes:
               a.   For an initial permit for a source subject to
                    this rule on the date the rule becomes
                    effective, no later than three years after the
                    date the rule becomes effective;
               b.   For an initial permit for a source that
                    becomes subject to this rule after the date
                    the rule becomes effective, no later than 18
                    months after the application is deemed
                    complete;
               c.   For a permit renewal, no later than 18 months
                    after the application is deemed complete;
               d.   For a significant permit modification, no
                    later than 18 months after the application is
                    deemed complete;
               e.   For a minor permit modification, within 90
                    days after the application is received or 60
                    days after written notice to the US
                    Environmental Protection Agency on the
                    proposed decision, whichever is later; or
               f.   For any permit application with early
                    reductions pursuant to Section 112(i)(5) of
                    the Federal Clean Air Act, within 9 months
                    after the application is deemed complete.

          401.4     Notification and Opportunity for Review of
                    Proposed Decision:  Within the applicable
                    timeframe specified in Subsection 401.3 the
                    Air Pollution Control Officer shall provide
                    notice of and opportunity to review the
                    proposed decision to issue a permit to operate
                    in accordance with requirements in this
                    Subsection. 
               a.   For minor permit modifications:  The Air
                    Pollution Control Officer shall provide
                    written notice of the proposed decision to the
                    US Environmental Protection Agency, the ARB,
                    and any affected state.  Additionally, the
                    District shall provide to the US Environmental
                    Protection Agency (and, upon request, to the
                    ARB or any affected state) copies of the
                    proposed permit, the District analysis, and
                    all necessary supporting information.  The
                    District analysis shall include a statement
                    that sets forth the legal and factual basis
                    for the proposed permit conditions, including
                    references to the applicable statutory and
                    regulatory provisions.
               b.   For initial permits, renewal of permits,
                    significant permit modifications, and
                    reopenings for cause:  The Air Pollution
                    Control Officer shall provide the following:
                    1.   Written notice, the proposed permit and,
                         upon request, copies of the District
                         analysis to interested persons or
                         agencies.  The District analysis shall
                         include a statement that sets forth the
                         legal and factual basis for the proposed
                         permit conditions, including references
                         to the applicable statutory and
                         regulatory provisions.  Interested
                         persons or agencies shall include persons
                         who have requested in writing to be
                         notified of proposed Title V permit
                         decisions, any affected state and the
                         ARB.
                    2.   On or after providing written notice
                         pursuant to Subsection (1), above, public
                         notice that shall be published in at
                         least one newspaper of general
                         circulation in the District. The notice
                         shall provide the following information:
                         A.   The identification of the source,
                              the name and address of permit
                              holder, the activity(ies) and
                              emissions change involved in the
                              permit action;
                         B.   The name and address of the
                              District, the name and telephone
                              number of District staff to contact
                              for additional information;
                         C.   The availability, upon request, of a
                              statement that sets forth the legal
                              and factual basis for the proposed
                              permit conditions;
                         D.   The location where the public may
                              inspect the complete application,
                              the District analysis, and the
                              proposed permit;
                         E.   A statement that the public may
                              submit written comments regarding
                              the proposed decision within at
                              least 30 days from the date of
                              publication and a brief description
                              of commenting procedures, and
                         F.   A statement that members of the
                              public may request the Air Pollution
                              Control Officer to preside over a
                              public hearing for the purpose of
                              receiving oral public comment, if a
                              hearing has not already been
                              scheduled.  The Air Pollution
                              Control Officer shall provide notice
                              of any public hearing scheduled to
                              address the proposed decision, in at
                              least one newspaper of general
                              circulation and to parties that have
                              requested such notice, at least 30
                              days prior to such hearing in
                              accordance with Rule 701, PROCEDURE
                              BEFORE THE HEARING BOARD.
                    3.   A copy of the complete application, the
                         District analysis and the proposed permit
                         at District offices for public review and
                         comment during normal business hours;
                    4.   A written response to persons or agencies
                         that submitted written comments which are
                         postmarked by the close of the public
                         notice and comment period.  All written
                         comments and responses to such comments
                         shall be kept on file at the District
                         office and made available upon request.
                    5.   After completion of the public notice and
                         comment period pursuant to Subsection
                         (1), above, written notice to the US
                         Environmental Protection Agency of the
                         proposed decision along with copies of
                         the proposed permit, the District
                         analysis, the public notice submitted for
                         publication, the Districts's response to
                         written comments, and all necessary
                         supporting information.

          401.5     Changes to the Proposed Decision:  Changes to
                    the proposed decision shall be governed by the
                    following procedure:
               a.   The Air Pollution Control Officer may modify
                    or change the proposed decision, the proposed
                    permit, or the District analysis on the basis
                    of information set forth in the comments
                    received during the public comment period
                    provided pursuant to Subsection 401.4(b)(2)(e)
                    or due to further analysis of the Air
                    Pollution Control Officer.  Pursuant to
                    Subsection 401.4(b)(5) the Air Pollution
                    Control Officer shall forward any such
                    modified proposed decision, the proposed
                    permit, the District analysis, and all
                    necessary supporting information to the US
                    Environmental Protection Agency.
               b.   If the US Environmental Protection Agency
                    objects in writing to the proposed decision
                    within 45 days of being notified of the
                    decision and receiving a copy of the proposed
                    permit and all necessary supporting
                    information pursuant to Subsection 401.4(b)(5)
                    the Air Pollution Control Officer shall not
                    issue the permit.  The Air Pollution Control
                    Officer shall either deny the application or
                    revise and resubmit a permit which addresses
                    the deficiencies identified in the US
                    Environmental Protection Agency objection
                    within the following timeframes:
                    1.   For initial permits, permit renewals, and
                         significant permit modifications, within
                         90 days of receiving the US Environmental
                         Protection Agency objection; or   
                    2.   For minor permit modifications, within 90
                         days of receipt of the application or 60
                         days of the notice to US Environmental
                         Protection Agency, whichever is later.

          401.6     Final Decision:  If the US Environmental
                    Protection Agency does not object in writing
                    within 45 days of the notice provided pursuant
                    to Subsection 401.4(b)(5) or the Air Pollution
                    Control Officer submits a revised permit
                    pursuant to Subsection 401.5(a) the Air
                    Pollution Control Officer shall,
                    expeditiously, deny the application or issue
                    the final permit to operate.  In any case, the
                    Air Pollution Control Officer shall take final
                    action on an application within the applicable
                    timeframe specified in Subsection 401.3. 
                    Failure of the Air Pollution Control Officer
                    to act on a permit application or permit
                    renewal application in accordance to the
                    timeframes provided in Subsection 401.3, shall
                    be considered final action for purposes of
                    obtaining judicial review to require that
                    action on the application be taken
                    expeditiously.

               Written notification of the final decision shall be
               sent to the responsible official of the source, the
               US Environmental Protection Agency, the ARB and any
               person and affected state that submitted comments
               during the public comment period.  The Air
               Pollution Control Officer shall submit a copy of a
               permit to operate as issued to the US Environmental
               Protection Agency and provide a copy to any person
               or agency requesting a copy.  If the application is
               denied, the Air Pollution Control Officer shall
               provide reasons for the denial in writing to the
               responsible official along with the District
               analysis and cite the specific statute, rule, or
               regulation upon which the denial is based.

          401.7     District Action on Written Requests  The Air
                    Pollution Control Officer shall act on a
                    written request of a responsible official for
                    permit action using the applicable procedure
                    specified in this Subsection.               
               a.   Administrative Permit Amendment:  The Air
                    Pollution Control Officer shall take final
                    action no later than 60 days after receiving
                    the written request for an administrative
                    permit amendment.
                    1.   After designating the permit revisions as
                         an administrative permit amendment, the
                         Air Pollution Control Officer may revise
                         the permit without providing notice to
                         the public or any affected state.
                    2.   The Air Pollution Control Officer shall
                         provide a copy of the revised permit to
                         the responsible official and the US
                         Environmental Protection Agency.
                    3.   While the Air Pollution Control Officer
                         need not make a completeness
                         determination on a written request, the
                         Air Pollution Control Officer shall
                         notify the responsible official if the
                         Air Pollution Control Officer determines
                         that the permit can not be revised as an
                         administrative permit amendment. 
               b.   Permit Modification for a Condition that is
                    not Federally Enforceable:  The Air Pollution
                    Control Officer shall take action on a written
                    request for a permit modification for a
                    condition that is not federally enforceable in
                    accordance with the requirements of Rule 501,
                    GENERAL PERMIT REQUIREMENTS, under the
                    following circumstances:
                    1.   Any change at the stationary source
                         allowed by the permit modification shall
                         meet all applicable federal requirements
                         and shall not violate any existing permit
                         term or condition; and
                    2.   The Air Pollution Control Officer
                         provides to the US Environmental
                         Protection Agency a contemporaneous
                         written notice describing the change,
                         including the date, any change in
                         emissions or air pollutants emitted, and
                         any applicable federal requirement that
                         would apply as a result of the change.
               c.   Permits to Operate for New Emissions Units: 
                    The Air Pollution Control Officer shall take
                    action on a written request for a permit to
                    operate for a new emissions unit in accordance
                    with the requirements for of Rule 501, GENERAL
                    PERMIT REQUIREMENTS, under the circumstances
                    specified in Subsection 401.7(b)(1) and
                    401.7(b)(2), above.  However, if Subsections
                    304.3(a), 304.3(b), 304.3(c), or 304.3(d)
                    apply, the Air Pollution Control Officer shall
                    require the submittal of a standard District
                    application and take action on that
                    application pursuant to the requirements of
                    this rule.

          401.8     Permit Reopening for Cause:  The Air Pollution
                    Control Officer shall reopen and revise a
                    permit to operate during the annual review
                    period required by Section 42301(c) of the
                    California Health and Safety Code, or petition
                    the District hearing board to do so pursuant
                    to Section 42307 of the California Health and
                    Safety Code, whichever is applicable, prior to
                    its expiration date upon discovery of cause
                    for reopening or upon notification of cause
                    for reopening by the US Environmental
                    Protection Agency, or within 18 months of
                    promulgation of a new applicable federal
                    requirement.  The Air Pollution Control
                    Officer shall act only on those parts of the
                    permit for which cause to reopen exists.
               a.   Circumstances that are cause for reopening and
                    revision of a permit include, but are not
                    limited to, the following:
                    1.   The need to correct a material mistake or
                         inaccurate statement;
                    2.   The need to revise or revoke a permit to
                         operate to assure compliance with
                         applicable federal requirements;                    
                    3.   The need to incorporate any new, revised,
                         or additional applicable federal
                         requirements, if the remaining authorized
                         life of the permit is 3 years or greater,
                         no later than 18 months after the
                         promulgation of such requirement (where
                         less than 3 years remain in the
                         authorized life of the permit, the Air
                         Pollution Control Officer shall
                         incorporate these requirements into the
                         permit to operate upon renewal); or
                    4.   The need to reopen a permit issued to
                         acid rain unit subject to Phase II of
                         Title IV of the Federal Clean Air Act to
                         include:
                         A)   Oxides of nitrogen requirements
                              prior to January 1, 1999, and
                         B)   Additional requirements promulgated
                              pursuant to Title IV as they become
                              applicable to any acid rain unit
                              governed by the permit.
               b.   In processing a permit reopening, the Air
                    Pollution Control Officer shall use the same
                    procedures as for an initial permit and
                    additionally:
                    1.   Provide written notice to a responsible
                         official and the US Environmental
                         Protection Agency at least 30 days, or a
                         shorter period in the case of an
                         emergency, prior to reopening a permit;
                         and
                    2.   Complete action to revise the permit as
                         specified in the notice of reopening
                         within 60 days after the written notice
                         to the US Environmental Protection Agency
                         pursuant to Subsection 401.4(b)(5), if
                         the US Environmental Protection Agency
                         does not object, or after the Air
                         Pollution Control Officer has responded
                         to US Environmental Protection Agency
                         objection pursuant to Subsection
                         401.5(b).

          401.9     Options for Operational Flexibility:  The Air
                    Pollution Control Officer shall allow
                    specified changes in operations at a source
                    without requiring a permit revision for
                    conditions that address an applicable federal
                    requirement.  The Air Pollution Control
                    Officer shall not allow changes which
                    constitute a modification under Title I of the
                    Federal Clean Air Act or Rule 502, NEW SOURCE
                    REVIEW, or that result in an exceedance of the
                    emissions allowable under the permit, whether
                    expressed therein as a rate of emissions or in
                    terms of total emissions without revision to
                    the permit.  The source may gain operational
                    flexibility through use of the following
                    options: 
               a.   Alternative Operating Scenarios:  The Air
                    Pollution Control Officer shall allow the use
                    of alternative operating scenarios provided
                    that:
                    1.   Terms and conditions applicable to each
                         operating scenario are identified by the
                         responsible official in the permit
                         application,
                    2.   The terms and conditions are approved by
                         the Air Pollution Control Officer,
                    3.   The terms and conditions are incorporated
                         into the permit; and
                    4.   The terms and conditions are in
                         compliance with all applicable District,
                         State, and federal requirements.
                    A permit condition shall require a
                    contemporaneous log to record each change made
                    from one operating scenario to another.
               b.   Voluntary Emissions Caps:  The Air Pollution
                    Control Officer shall issue a permit that
                    contains terms and conditions that allow for
                    trading of emissions increases and decreases
                    within the stationary source solely for the
                    purpose of complying with a voluntary
                    emissions cap established in the permit
                    independent of otherwise applicable federal
                    requirements provided that:
                    1.   The requirements of Subsections
                         401.9(a)(1), 401.9(a)(3), and 401.9(a)(4)
                         are met;
                    2.   The terms and conditions are approved by
                         the Air Pollution Control Officer as
                         quantifiable and enforceable; and
                    3.   The terms and conditions are consistent
                         with the applicable preconstruction
                         permit.
                    A permit condition shall require that a
                    responsible official provide written notice to
                    the Air Pollution Control Officer 30 days in
                    advance of a change by clearly requesting
                    operational flexibility under this Subsection. 
                    The written notice shall describe the change,
                    identify the emissions unit which will be
                    affected, the date on which the change will
                    occur and the duration of the change, any
                    change in emissions of any air pollutant,
                    whether regulated or not, and any new
                    emissions of any air pollutant not emitted
                    before the change, whether regulated or not.
               c.   Contravening an Express Permit Condition:  The
                    Air Pollution Control Officer shall allow for
                    changes in operation that contravene an
                    express condition addressing an applicable
                    federal requirement in a permit to operate
                    provided that:
                    1.   The change will not violate any
                         applicable federal requirement;
                    2.   The change will not contravene federally-
                         enforceable conditions that are
                         monitoring (including test methods),
                         recordkeeping, reporting, or compliance
                         certification requirements;
                    3.   The change is not a modification under
                         Title I of the Federal Clean Air Act or
                         any provision of Rule 502, NEW SOURCE
                         REVIEW;
                    4.   The change does not result in exceeding
                         the emissions allowable under the permit,
                         whether expressed therein as a rate of
                         emissions or in terms of total emissions;
                    5.   Written notice is given to the Air
                         Pollution Control Officer 30 days in
                         advance of a change, and the notice
                         clearly indicates which term or condition
                         will be contravened, requests operational
                         flexibility under this Subsection,
                         describes the change, identifies the
                         emissions units which will be affected,
                         the date on which the change will occur,
                         the duration of the change, any change in
                         emissions of any air pollutant, whether
                         regulated or not, and any new emissions
                         of any air pollutant not emitted before
                         the change, whether regulated or not; and 
                    6.   The Air Pollution Control Officer has not
                         provided a written denial pursuant to
                         Subsections (1), (2), (3), (4) and (5),
                         above, to the responsible official within
                         30 days of receipt of the request for an
                         operational change.  The written denial
                         shall identify which of the requirements
                         of Subsections (1), (2), (3), (4) and
                         (5), above, have not been satisfied.

     402  PERMIT CONTENT REQUIREMENTS

          A permit-to-operate shall contain permit conditions that
          will assure compliance with all applicable federal
          requirements.

          402.1     Incorporation of Applicable Federal
                    Requirements:  A permit to operate shall
                    incorporate all applicable federal
                    requirements as permit conditions.  The
                    following procedure shall be used to
                    incorporate an applicable federal requirement
                    as a permit condition:
               a.   A permit condition that addresses an
                    applicable federal requirement shall be
                    specifically identified in the permit, or
                    otherwise distinguished from any requirement
                    that is not federally enforceable;
               b.   Where an applicable federal requirement and a
                    similar requirement that is not federally
                    enforceable apply to the same emissions unit,
                    both shall be incorporated as permit
                    conditions, provided that they are not
                    mutually exclusive; and 
               c.   Where an applicable federal requirement and a
                    similar requirement that is not federally
                    enforceable apply to the same emissions unit
                    and are mutually exclusive (e.g., require
                    different air pollution control technology),
                    the requirement specified in the
                    preconstruction permit (or, in the case of
                    sources without preconstruction permits, the
                    more stringent requirement) shall be
                    incorporated as a permit condition and the
                    other requirement shall be referenced.  

          402.2     General Requirements:  All permits to operate
                    shall contain the conditions or terms
                    consistent with 40 CFR Part 70.6 Permit
                    Content, including:
               a.   Emission and Operational Limitations:  The
                    permit shall contain conditions that require
                    compliance with all applicable federal
                    requirements, including any operational
                    limitations or requirements.
               b.   Preconstruction Permit Requirements:  The
                    permit shall include all of the
                    preconstruction permit conditions for each
                    emissions unit.
               c.   Origin and Authority for Permit Conditions: 
                    The origin and authority for each permit term
                    or condition shall be referenced in the
                    permit.
               d.   Equipment Identification:  The permit shall
                    identify the equipment to which a permit
                    condition applies.
               e.   Monitoring, Testing, and Analysis:  The permit
                    shall contain conditions that require
                    monitoring, analytical methods, compliance
                    certification, test methods, equipment
                    management, and statistical procedures
                    consistent with any applicable federal
                    requirement, including those pursuant to
                    Sections 114(a)(3) and 504(b) of the Federal
                    Clean Air Act, and 40 CFR Part 64.  Periodic
                    monitoring shall be required as a condition to
                    ensure that the monitoring is sufficient to
                    yield reliable data which are representative
                    of the source's compliance with permit
                    conditions over the relevant time period. 
               f.   Recordkeeping:  The permit shall include
                    recordkeeping conditions that require:
                    1.   Record maintenance of all monitoring and
                         support information associated with any
                         applicable federal requirement,
                         including:
                         A)   Date, place, and time of sampling; 
                         B)   Operating conditions at the time of
                              sampling; and
                         C)   Date, place, and method of analysis;
                              and
                         D)   Results of the analysis;
                    2.   Retention of records of all required
                         monitoring data and support information
                         for a period of at least five years from
                         the date of sample collection,
                         measurement, report, or application; and
                    3.   Any other recordkeeping deemed necessary
                         by the Air Pollution Control Officer to
                         ensure compliance with all applicable
                         federal requirements.
               g.   Reporting:  The permit shall include reporting
                    conditions that require the following:
                    1.   Any deviation from permit requirements,
                         including that attributable to upset
                         conditions (as defined in the permit),
                         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;
                    2.   A monitoring report shall be submitted at
                         least every six months and shall identify
                         any deviation from permit requirements,
                         including that previously reported to the
                         Air Pollution Control Officer in
                         accordance with Subsection 402.2(g)(1);
                    3.   All reports of a deviation from permit
                         requirements shall include the probable
                         cause of the deviation and any
                         preventative or corrective action taken; 
                         
                    4.   A progress report shall be made on a
                         compliance schedule at least semi-
                         annually and shall include:  A) the date
                         when compliance will be achieved, B) an
                         explanation of why compliance was not, or
                         will not be, achieved by the scheduled
                         date, and C) a log of any preventative or
                         corrective action taken; and
                    5.   Each monitoring report shall be
                         accompanied by a written statement from
                         the responsible official which certifies
                         the truth, accuracy, and completeness of
                         the report.
               h.   Compliance Plan:  The permit shall include a
                    compliance plan that:
                    1.   Describes the compliance status of an
                         emissions unit with respect to each
                         applicable federal requirement;
                    2.   Describes how compliance will be achieved
                         if an emissions unit is not in compliance
                         with an applicable federal requirement at
                         the time of permit issuance;
                    3.   Assures that an emissions unit will
                         continue to comply with those permit
                         conditions with which it is in
                         compliance; and
                    4.   Assures that an emissions unit will
                         comply, on a timely basis, with any
                         applicable federal requirement that will
                         become effective during the permit term.
               i.   Compliance Schedule:  The permit shall include
                    a compliance schedule for any emissions unit
                    which is not in compliance with current
                    applicable federal requirements.  The
                    compliance schedule shall require:
                    1.   A statement that the emissions unit will
                         continue to comply with those permit
                         conditions with which it is in
                         compliance;
                    2.   A statement that the emissions unit will
                         comply, on a timely basis, with an
                         applicable federal requirement that will
                         become effective during the permit term.
                    3.   For each condition with which the
                         emissions unit is not in compliance with
                         an applicable federal requirement, a
                         schedule of compliance which lists all
                         preventative or corrective activities,
                         and the dates when these activities will
                         be accomplished; and
                    4.   For each emissions unit that is not in
                         compliance with an applicable federal
                         requirement, a schedule of progress on at
                         least a semi-annual basis which includes: 
                         A) the date when compliance will be
                         achieved, B) an explanation of why
                         compliance was not, or will not be,
                         achieved by the scheduled date, and C) a
                         log of any preventative or corrective
                         actions taken.               
               j.   Right of Entry:  The permit shall require that
                    the source allow the entry of the District,
                    ARB, or US Environmental Protection Agency
                    officials for the purpose of inspection and
                    sampling, including:
                    1.   Inspection of the stationary source,
                         including equipment, work practices,
                         operations, and emission-related
                         activity;
                    2.   Inspection and duplication of records
                         required by the permit to operate; and
                    3.   Source sampling or other monitoring
                         activities.
               k.   Compliance with Permit Conditions:  The permit
                    shall include the following provisions
                    regarding compliance:
                    1.   The permittee shall comply with all
                         permit conditions;
                    2.   The permit does not convey property
                         rights or exclusive privilege of any
                         sort;
                    3.   The non-compliance with any permit
                         condition is grounds for permit
                         termination, revocation and reissuance,
                         modification, enforcement action, or
                         denial of permit renewal;
                    4.   The permittee shall not use the "need to
                         halt or reduce a permitted activity in
                         order to maintain compliance" as a
                         defense for non-compliance with any
                         permit condition;
                    5.   A pending permit action or notification
                         of anticipated non-compliance does not
                         stay any permit condition; and
                    6.   Within a reasonable time period, the
                         permittee shall furnish any information
                         requested by the Air Pollution Control
                         Officer, in writing, for the purpose of
                         determining:  1) compliance with the
                         permit, or 2) whether or not cause exists
                         for a permit or enforcement action.
               l.   Emergency Provisions:  The permit shall
                    include the following emergency provisions:
                    1.   The permittee shall comply with the
                         requirements of Rule 404, UPSET
                         CONDITIONS, BREAKDOWN AND SCHEDULED
                         MAINTENANCE, and the emergency provisions
                         contained in all applicable federal
                         requirements.
                    2.   Within two weeks of an emergency event,
                         the responsible official shall submit to
                         the District a properly signed,
                         contemporaneous log or other relevant
                         evidence which demonstrates that:
                         A.   An emergency occurred;
                         B.   The permittee can identify the
                              cause(s) of the emergency; and
                         C.   The facility was being properly
                              operated at the time of the
                              emergency; and
                         D.   All steps were taken to minimize the
                              emissions resulting from the
                              emergency; and
                         E.   Within two working days of the
                              emergency event, the permittee
                              provided the district with a
                              description of the emergency and any
                              mitigating or corrective actions
                              taken; and
                    3.   In any enforcement proceeding, the
                         permittee has the burden of proof for
                         establishing that an emergency occurred.
               m.   Severability:  The permit shall include a
                    severability clause to ensure the continued
                    validity of otherwise unaffected permit
                    requirements in the event of a challenge to
                    any portion of the permit.               
               n.   Compliance Certification:  The permit shall
                    contain conditions for compliance
                    certification which include the following
                    requirements:
                    1.   The responsible official shall submit a
                         compliance certification to the US
                         Environmental Protection Agency and the
                         Air Pollution Control Officer every 12
                         months;
                    2.   The compliance certification shall
                         identify the basis for each permit term
                         or condition (e.g., specify the emissions
                         limitation, standard, or work practice)
                         and a means of monitoring compliance with
                         the term or condition;
                    3.   The compliance certification shall
                         include the compliance status and
                         method(s) used to determine compliance
                         for the current time period and over the
                         entire reporting period; and
                    4.   The compliance certification shall
                         include any additional inspection,
                         monitoring, or entry requirement that may
                         be promulgated pursuant to Sections
                         114(a) and 504(b) of the Federal Clean
                         Air Act.
               o.   Permit Life:  With the exception of solid
                    waste incinerators subject to Section 129(e)
                    of the Federal Clean Air Act, each permit to
                    operate for any source, including acid rain
                    units subject to Title IV of the Federal Clean
                    Air Act, shall include a condition for a fixed
                    term of five years from the time of issuance. 
                    A permit to operate for a solid waste
                    incinerator shall have a permit term of 12
                    years; however, the permit shall be reviewed
                    at least every five years.
               p.   Payment of Fees:  The permit shall include a
                    condition to ensure that appropriate permit
                    fees are paid on schedule.  If fees are not
                    paid on schedule, the permit is forfeited. 
                    Operation without a permit subjects the source
                    to potential enforcement action by the
                    District and the US Environmental Protection
                    Agency pursuant to Section 502(a) of the
                    Federal Clean Air Act.
               q.   Alternative Operating Scenarios:  Where a
                    responsible official requests that an
                    alternative operating scenario be included in
                    the permit for an emissions unit, the permit
                    shall contain specific conditions for each
                    operating scenario, including each alternative
                    operating scenario.  Each operating scenario,
                    including each alternative operating scenario,
                    identified in the permit must meet all
                    applicable federal requirements and all of the
                    requirements of this Section.  Furthermore,
                    the source is required to maintain a
                    contemporaneous log to record each change from
                    one operating scenario to another.
               r.   Voluntary Emissions Caps:  To the extent
                    applicable federal requirements provide for
                    averaging emissions increases and decreases
                    within a stationary source without case-by-
                    case approval, a responsible official may
                    request, subject to approval by the Air
                    Pollution Control Officer, to permit one or
                    more emissions unit(s) under a voluntary
                    emissions cap.  The permit for each emissions
                    unit shall include federally-enforceable
                    conditions requiring that:
                    1.   All applicable federal requirements,
                         including those authorizing emissions
                         averaging, are complied with;
                    2.   No individual emissions unit shall exceed
                         any emissions limitation, standard, or
                         other requirement;
                    3.   Any emissions limitation, standard, or
                         other requirement shall be enforced
                         through continuous emission monitoring,
                         where applicable; and
                    4.   All affected emissions units under a
                         voluntary emissions cap shall be
                         considered to be operating in violation
                         of the permit, if the voluntary emissions
                         cap is exceeded.

               s.   Acid Rain Units Subject to Title IV:  The
                    permit for an acid rain unit shall include
                    conditions that require compliance with any
                    federal standard or requirement promulgated
                    pursuant to Title IV (Acid Deposition Control)
                    of the Federal Clean Air Act and any federal
                    standard or requirement promulgated pursuant
                    to Title V of the Federal Clean Air Act,
                    except as modified by Title IV.  Acid rain
                    unit permit conditions shall include the
                    requirements of 40 CFR Part 72.9 and the
                    following provisions:
                    1.   The sulfur dioxide emissions from an acid
                         rain unit shall not exceed the annual
                         emissions allowances (up to one ton per
                         year of sulfur dioxide may be emitted for
                         each emission allowance allotted) that
                         the source lawfully holds for that unit
                         under Title IV of the Federal Clean Air
                         Act or the regulations promulgated
                         pursuant to Title IV;
                    2.   Any increase in an acid rain unit's
                         sulfur dioxide emissions authorized by
                         allowances acquired pursuant to Title IV
                         of the Federal Clean Air Act shall not
                         require a revision of the acid rain
                         portion of the operating permit provided
                         such increases do not require permit
                         revision under any other applicable
                         federal requirement; and
                    3.   Although there is no limit on the number
                         of sulfur dioxide emissions allowances
                         held by a source, a source with an acid
                         rain unit shall not use these emissions
                         allowances as a defense for noncompliance
                         with any applicable federal requirement
                         or District requirement, including
                         District Rule 502, NEW SOURCE REVIEW; and 
                    4.   An acid rain unit's sulfur dioxide
                         allowances shall be accounted for
                         according to the procedures established
                         in regulations promulgated pursuant to
                         Title IV of the Federal Clean Air Act.
               t.   Portable Sources:  The permit for any portable
                    source, which may operate at two or more
                    locations, shall contain conditions that
                    require the portable source to:
                    1.   Meet all applicable District, State, and
                         federal requirements at each location; 
                    2.   Specify the monitoring methods, or other
                         methods (e.g. air quality modeling)
                         approved by the Air Pollution Control
                         Officer, that will be used to demonstrate
                         compliance with District, State, and
                         federal requirements; and
                    3.   Notify the Air Pollution Control Officer
                         ten working days prior to a change in
                         location.

     403  SUPPLEMENTAL ANNUAL FEE   The fees collected pursuant to
          this section shall supplement the fee requirements in
          District Regulation 6, FEES, if applicable. 

          403.1     PAYMENT OF SUPPLEMENTAL FEE:  A responsible
                    official shall pay an annual supplemental fee
                    for a permit to operate pursuant to this rule
                    as determined by the calculation method in
                    Subsection 403.3, below, to meet an overall
                    fee rate of $25 per ton of fee-based emissions
                    (CPI adjusted), unless Subsection 403.2,
                    below, applies.               
               a.   "Fee-based emissions" means the actual rate of
                    emissions in tons per year of any fee
                    pollutant, including fugitive emissions,
                    emitted from the stationary source over the
                    preceding year or any other period determined
                    by the Air Pollution Control Officer to be
                    representative of normal operation.  Fee-based
                    emissions shall be calculated using each
                    emission unit's actual operating hours,
                    production rates, and in-place control
                    equipment; types of material processed,
                    stored, or combusted during the preceding
                    calendar year, or other time period
                    established by the Air Pollution Control
                    Officer.
               b.   "Fee pollutant" means oxides of nitrogen,
                    volatile organic compounds, any pollutant for
                    which a national ambient air quality standard
                    has been promulgated by the US Environmental
                    Protection Agency (excluding carbon monoxide),
                    and any other pollutant that is subject to a
                    standard or regulation promulgated by the US
                    Environmental Protection Agency under the
                    Federal Clean Air Act or adopted by the
                    District pursuant to section 112(g) and (j) of
                    the Federal Clean Air Act.  Any air pollutant
                    that is regulated solely because of a standard
                    or regulation under section 112(r) of the
                    Federal Clean Air Act for accidental release
                    or under Title VI of the Federal Clean Air Act
                    for stratospheric ozone protection shall not
                    be included.
               c.   "(CPI adjusted)" means adjusted by the
                    percentage, if any, by which the Consumer
                    Price Index of the year exceeds the Consumer
                    Price Index for calendar year 1989.  The value
                    for (CPI adjusted) shall be obtained from the
                    US Environmental Protection Agency.

          403.2     NO SUPPLEMENTAL FEE:  There shall not be a
                    supplemental annual fee if the total annual
                    fee rate paid by the source under Rule 601,
                    PERMIT FEES, equals or exceeds $25 per ton of
                    fee-based emissions (CPI adjusted).

          403.3     DETERMINATION OF SUPPLEMENTAL FEE:  The
                    supplemental annual fee shall be determined by
                    completing the following steps:

               Step 1:   Calculation of Supplemental Annual Fee

                         s = [ $25 per ton (CPI adjusted) x e ]  -  f

               where:    s   =     supplemental annual fee in
                                   dollars

                    e   =     fee-based emissions in tons per year

                    f   =     sum (in dollars) of annual fees
                              under Rule 601, PERMIT FEES, that
                              fund the direct and indirect costs
                              associated with activities related
                              to the operating permits program as
                              specified in section 502(b)(3)(A) of
                              the Federal Clean Air Act, and its
                              1990 amendments.

               Step 2:   When the Supplemental Annual Fee is Zero

               If "f" is equal to or greater than "[ $25 per ton
               (CPI adjusted) x e ]", then "s" shall be zero and
               Subsection 403.2, above, applies.  If "f" is less
               than "[ $25 per ton (CPI adjusted) x e ]", then "s"
               shall be as calculated in Step 1.

          403.4     SUBMITTAL OF INFORMATION:  The responsible
                    official shall provide the Air Pollution
                    Control District sufficient information to
                    determine the supplemental fee.
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