PLAAPCD RULE 610 AIR TOXICS "HOT SPOTS" FEES                  
LAST REVISED 08/24/95

                  
                  RULE 610 - AIR TOXICS "HOT SPOTS" FEES

                            Adopted 08-24-95
                                    
                                    
                                CONTENTS
                                    
                                    
100  GENERAL

     101  APPLICABILITY

200  DEFINITIONS

     201  BIENNIAL UPDATE
     202  CRITERIA POLLUTANT
     203  EMISSIONS INVENTORY
     204  FACILITY
     205  HEALTH RISK ASSESSMENT
     206  INDUSTRYWIDE FACILITY
     207  INDUSTRYWIDE EMISSIONS INVENTORY
     208  LIST OF SUBSTANCES
     209  OPERATOR
     210  PLAN
     211  PLAN AND REPORT FACILITY
     212  SMALL BUSINESS
     213  SOURCE CLASSIFICATION CODES
     214  STATE COSTS

300  STANDARDS

     301  FEE SCHEDULE

400  ADMINISTRATIVE REQUIREMENTS

     401  NOTIFICATION OF FEE DUE
     402  PENALTIES

500  MONITORING AND RECORDS (NOT INCLUDED)

100  GENERAL

     101  APPLICABILITY: Any stationary source facility which
          manufactures, formulates, uses, or releases any of the
          substances listed pursuant to Section 44321 of the Health
          and Safety Code, or any other substance which reacts to
          form a substance so listed, shall pay, each year a toxic
          "Hot Spots" fee that is assessed by the state, to cover
          costs that are associated with the implementation of this
          mandated statewide program.  The fee shall be structured
          on the methodology adopted by the California Air
          Resources Board.

200  DEFINITIONS

     For the purpose of this rule the following definitions shall
     apply.  All other terms are as defined in Rule 102,
     Definitions.

     201  BIENNIAL UPDATE:  Biennial Update has the same meaning as
          the term used in Section 44344 of the California Health
          and Safety Code.

     202  CRITERIA POLLUTANT:  Criteria Pollutant means total
          organic gases, particulate, oxides of nitrogen, or oxides
          of sulfur.

     203  EMISSIONS INVENTORY:  Emissions Inventory has the same
          meaning as the term used in Chapter 3 of Part 6 of
          Division 26 of the California Health and Safety Code.

     204  FACILITY:  Facility has the same meaning as defined in
          Section 44304 of the Health and Safety Code.

     205  HEALTH RISK ASSESSMENT:  Health Risk Assessment has the
          same meaning as the term used in Section 44306 of the
          California Health and Safety Code.

     206  INDUSTRYWIDE FACILITY: means a facility included in an
          industrywide emission inventory prepared by an air
          pollution control district pursuant to Health and Safety
          Code Section 44323, or an individual facility which emits
          less than 10 tons per year of each criteria pollutant,
          falls within a class composed of primarily small
          businesses, as defined by Subsection 212, and whose
          emissions inventory report was prepared by the air
          pollution control district.

     207  INDUSTRYWIDE EMISSIONS INVENTORY:  Industry-wide
          Emissions Inventory has the same meaning as the term used
          in Section 44323 of the California Health and Safety
          Code.

     208  LIST OF SUBSTANCES:  List Of Substances has the same
          meaning as the term used in Section 44321 of the
          California Health and Safety Code.

     209  OPERATOR: Operator has the same meaning as defined in
          Section 44307 of the Health and Safety Code.

     210  PLAN:  Plan has the same meaning as the term used in
          Section 44308 of the California Health and Safety Code.

     211  PLAN AND REPORT FACILITY:  Plan and Report means a
          facility that by April 1 of the calendar year prior to
          the fiscal year, has been required by the district to
          prepare an individual plan and report in accordance with
          Sections 44340, 44341, and 44344 of the Health and Safety
          Code.  This includes facilities completing an update
          plan, an update report, and a biennial summary form.
     212  SMALL BUSINESS:  means a facility which is independently
          owned and operated and has met the following criteria in
          the preceding year:  1) the facility has 10 or fewer
          employees;  2) the facility's total annual gross receipts
          are less than $1,000,000; and  3) the total annual gross
          receipts of the California operations of the facility is
          less than $5,000,000.

     213  SOURCE CLASSIFICATION CODES:  means number codes created
          by the United States Environmental Protection Agency used
          to identify processes associated with point sources that
          contribute emissions to the atmosphere.

     214  STATE COSTS: means the reasonable anticipated cost which
          will be incurred by the State Board and the Office of
          Environmental Health Hazard Assessment to implement and
          administer the Act, as shown in Appendix C, Table C-I.

300  STANDARDS

     301  FEE SCHEDULE FOR AIR TOXICS:

          The fee schedule shall be set by the State of California
          Air Resources Board as shown in Appendix C, Table C-I. 
          The District shall charge and collect state fees for the
          Air Toxics "Hot Spots" Information and Assessment Act of
          1987.  The costs shall be limited to collecting the
          State's portion of the mandated fees.

400  ADMINISTRATIVE REQUIREMENTS

     401  NOTIFICATION OF FEE DUE:  The owner or operator of the
          facility against which the fee is assessed will be
          notified by mail of the fee due and payable and the date
          the fee is due.  The payment due date shall be no earlier
          than 30 days after the date the fee notice is mailed.

     402  FEE PENALTIES: If all fees due have not been received
          within 60 days after the noticed date to pay such fees,
          the APCO may assess a penalty of not more than 50% of the
          assessed fee and may take action to revoke all Permits to
          Operate in accordance with Health and Safety Code Section
          42307.  A Permit to Operate which is revoked for
          nonpayment of fees may be reinstated by the permit holder
          upon payment of such overdue fees and accrued penalties.                                     
          
          
                                    APPENDIX C

                              AIR TOXICS "HOT SPOTS"
                       FEE SCHEDULE FOR FISCAL YEAR 1994/95
                                   FOR RULE 610


                                 Adopted 08-24-95
                                         
                                         
                                         
                                     Table C-I


Facility Type           State Cost      Facility Count          Total Fee
Industrywide            $  70.0                 260             $ 18,200.00 
Simple Plan & Report    $ 554.00                18              $ 9,972.00 
Intermediate Plan 
        & Report        $ 832.00                10              $ 8,320.00 
Complex Plan & Report   $1,109.00               3               $ 3,327.00 
Total                                                           $ 39,819.00