SACAQMD RULE 207 TITLE V FED. OP. PERMIT PROGRAM
LAST REVISED 06/07/94

          SACRAMENTO METROPOLITAN AQMD                RULES AND REGULATIONS
                       RULE 207 TITLE V - FEDERAL OPERATING PERMIT PROGRAM
                                          Adopted 6-7-94

           Effective Date:  This rule becomes effective on the date it is
                approved by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

                                              INDEX

          100 GENERAL
              101  PURPOSE
              102  APPLICABILITY
              110  EXEMPTION - RESIDENTIAL WOOD HEATERS
              111  EXEMPTION - ASBESTOS DEMOLITION AND RENOVATION
              112  EXEMPTION - NOTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS

          200 DEFINITIONS
              201  ACTUAL EMISSIONS
              202  ADMINISTRATIVE TITLE V PERMIT AMENDMENT
              203  AIR POLLUTION CONTROL OFFICER
              204  ALTERNATIVE OPERATING SCENARIOS
              205  AMBIENT AIR QUALITY STANDARDS
              206  APPLICABLE FEDERAL REQUIREMENT
              207  CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS
              208  COMPLETE TITLE V PERMIT APPLICATION
              209  CONTIGUOUS PROPERTY
              210  DISTRICT
              211  DRAFT TITLE V PERMIT
              212  EMERGENCY
              213  EMISSION CAP
              214  EMISSIONS UNIT
              215  FEDERALLY ENFORCEABLE
              216  FINAL TITLE V PERMIT
              217  FUGITIVE EMISSIONS
              218  HAZARDOUS AIR POLLUTANT (HAP)
              219  MAJOR STATIONARY SOURCE - TITLE V
              220  MINOR TITLE V PERMIT MODIFICATION
              221  NESHAP STANDARDS
              222  NON-FEDERALLY ENFORCEABLE PERMIT CONDITION
              223  OWNER OR OPERATOR
              224  PERMIT MODIFICATION
              225  PHASE II ACID RAIN FACILITY
              226  POTENTIAL TO EMIT
              227  PRECONSTRUCTION PERMIT
              228  PROPOSED TITLE V PERMIT
              229  REGULATED AIR POLLUTANT
              230  RESPONSIBLE OFFICIAL
              231  SCHEDULE OF COMPLIANCE
              232  SEVERABILITY CLAUSE
              233  SIGNIFICANT TITLE V PERMIT MODIFICATION
              234  STATIONARY SOURCE
              235  SUBJECT SOLID WASTE INCINERATOR FACILITY
              236  TITLE V PERMIT
              237  UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (EPA)
              238  VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUND
              239  VOLUNTARY EMISSIONS CAP

          300 STANDARDS
              301  TIMING FOR SUBMITTAL OF TITLE V PERMIT APPLICATION
              302  CORRECTING AND UPDATING OF A TITLE V PERMIT APPLICATION
              303  TITLE V PERMIT APPLICATION SHIELD
              304  CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
              305  TITLE V PERMIT CONTENT
              306  TITLE V PERMIT TERM
              307  TITLE V PERMIT SHIELD
              308  OPERATIONAL FLEXIBILITY

          400 ADMINISTRATIVE REQUIREMENTS
              401  COMPLETE APPLICATION
              402  PRELIMINARY DECISION
              403  PUBLICATION AND PUBLIC COMMENT, PRELIMINARY DECISION
              404  TRANSMITTING OF INFORMATION TO EPA
              405  EPA OBJECTION
              406  PUBLIC OBJECTION
              407  FINAL ACTION ON TITLE V PERMITS
              408  NOTIFICATION AND PUBLICATION OF FINAL ACTION
              409  ADMINISTRATIVE TITLE V PERMIT AMENDMENTS
              410  MINOR TITLE V PERMIT MODIFICATIONS
              411  REOPENING OF TITLE V PERMIT FOR CAUSE
              412  REOPENING OF TITLE V PERMIT FOR CAUSE BY EPA
              413  COMPLIANCE REQUIREMENTS
              414  EMERGENCY PROVISIONS

          500 REPORTING AND RECORDKEEPING
              501  REPORTING REQUIREMENTS
              502  RECORDKEEPING REQUIREMENTS

          100 GENERAL

              101  PURPOSE:  To  establish  an  operating permitting system
                   consistent with the requirements  of  42  U.S.C. Section
                   7661 et seq. (Title V) and pursuant to 40 CFR  Part  70.
                   Stationary  sources  subject to the requirements of this
                   Rule  are  also  required   to  comply  with  any  other
                   applicable federal, state, or District orders, rules and
                   regulations,   including  requirements   pertaining   to
                   prevention of significant deterioration pursuant to Rule
                   203,   PREVENTION    OF    SIGNIFICANT    DETERIORATION,
                   requirements   to   obtain  an  authority  to  construct
                   pursuant to Rule 201,  GENERAL  PERMIT  REQUIREMENTS, or
                   applicable  requirements  under  Rule  202,  NEW  SOURCE
                   REVIEW.

              102  APPLICABILITY:   This  rule shall apply to the following
                   sources:
                   102.1   Major stationary  sources  as defined in Section
                           219.
                   102.2   Any stationary source with a  potential  to emit
                           100   tons   per   year  of  any  regulated  air
                           pollutant.
                   102.3   Affected sources under  the acid rain provisions
                           of Title IV of the Federal Clean Air Act.
                   102.4   Any source subject to Rule  203,  PREVENTION  OF
                           SIGNIFICANT DETERIORATION.
                   102.5   Any  solid  waste  incineration unit required to
                           obtain  a  Title V permit  pursuant  to  Section
                           129(e) (42 U.S.C.  Section  7429) of the Federal
                           Clean Air Act.
                   102.6   Any other stationary source in a source category
                           designated,  pursuant to 40 CFR  Part  70.3,  by
                           rule by EPA.
                   102.7   Any  stationary   source   that  is  subject  to
                           standards  or  other  requirements   promulgated
                           pursuant  to  Section  111  or  112  (42  U.S.C.
                           Section  7411 or 7412) of the Federal Clean  Air
                           Act, published  after July 21, 1992, designated,
                           pursuant to 40 CFR Part 70.3, by EPA at the time
                           the new standard or requirement is promulgated.

              110  EXEMPTION - RESIDENTIAL WOOD  HEATERS:   This rule shall
                   not apply to residential wood heaters.

              111  EXEMPTION  -  ASBESTOS DEMOLITION AND RENOVATION:   This
                   rule shall not  apply  to  any  demolition or renovation
                   operation at an asbestos-containing source if the source
                   is  required  to obtain a permit solely  because  it  is
                   subject to the demolition and renovation requirements in
                   Section 304 of Rule 902, ASBESTOS.

              112  EXEMPTION - NOTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:  The requirements
                   of Sections 401  through  408  shall  not  apply  to the
                   following:
                   112.1   Administrative  Title  V  permit  amendments  as
                           defined in Section 202.
                   112.2   Operational   changes  that  are  allowed  under
                           Section 308.

          200 DEFINITIONS

              201  ACTUAL EMISSIONS: Measured  or estimated emissions which
                   most  accurately  represent  the   emissions   from   an
                   emissions unit.

              202  ADMINISTRATIVE   TITLE  V  PERMIT  AMENDMENT:  A  permit
                   revision that is not  a  modification as defined by Rule
                   202, NEW SOURCE REVIEW and is limited to the following:
                   202.1   Corrects typographical errors;
                   202.2   Identifies a change  in  the  name,  address, or
                           phone  number  of any person identified  in  the
                           permit,   or   provides    a    similar    minor
                           administrative change at the stationary source;
                   202.3   Requires  more  frequent monitoring or reporting
                           by the responsible  official  of  the stationary
                           source;
                   202.4   Allows  for  change  in ownership or operational
                           control  of  a source where  the  Air  Pollution
                           Control Officer  determines that no other change
                           in  the Title V permit  is  necessary,  provided
                           that  a  written agreement containing a specific
                           date   for   transfer    of   Title   V   permit
                           responsibility, coverage,  and liability between
                           the  current  and new responsible  official  has
                           been submitted  to  the  Air  Pollution  Control
                           Officer; or
                   202.5   Incorporates   into   the  Title  V  permit  the
                           conditions of a preconstruction  permit  that is
                           issued  to an existing Title V stationary source
                           through Rule  202, NEW SOURCE REVIEW and meeting
                           the   procedural   requirements   specified   in
                           Sections  401  through  408 of this Rule and the
                           compliance requirements in  Section  305 of this
                           Rule.

                   Administrative Title V permit amendments for purposes of
                   the  acid  rain  portion of the Title V permit shall  be
                   governed by regulations  promulgated  under Title IV (42
                   U.S.C.   Section 7651 et Seq) of the Federal  Clean  Air
                   Act.

              203  AIR POLLUTION CONTROL OFFICER: The air pollution control
                   officer  of  the  Sacramento  Metropolitan  Air  Quality
                   Management District (SMAQMD), or his or her designee.

              204  ALTERNATIVE   OPERATING   SCENARIOS    Any   alternative
                   operating conditions of the permitted emissions units at
                   the stationary source which are:
                   204.1   Identified  by the responsible official  in  the
                           Title V permit application;
                   204.2   Approved by the Air Pollution Control Officer;
                   204.3   Specified in the Title V permit conditions; and
                   204.4   In  compliance  with  all  applicable  District,
                           state, and federal requirements.

              205  AMBIENT AIR QUALITY  STANDARDS:   National  Ambient  Air
                   Quality Standards.

              206  APPLICABLE FEDERAL REQUIREMENT:  All of the following as
                   they  apply  to  emissions  units at a stationary source
                   (including requirements that  have  been  promulgated or
                   approved  by  EPA  through  rulemaking  at  the time  of
                   issuance of the Title V permit but have future effective
                   compliance dates):
                   206.1   Any  standard or other requirement provided  for
                           in the  applicable  state   implementation  plan
                           approved by EPA or in the federal implementation
                           plan promulgated by EPA;
                   206.2   Any  term  or  condition  of any preconstruction
                           permit  issued pursuant to regulations  approved
                           or promulgated through rulemaking under Title I,
                           including parts C or D, or the Federal Clean Air
                           Act, including  permits  issued pursuant to Rule
                           202, NEW SOURCE REVIEW, or  Rule 203, PREVENTION
                           OF SIGNIFICANT DETERIORATION;
                   206.3   Any standard or other requirement  under Section
                           112  (U.S.C. Section 7412) of the Federal  Clean
                           Air Act,  including  any  requirement concerning
                           accident  prevention  under Section  112(r)  (42
                           U.S.C. Section 7412(r)(7)  of  the Federal Clean
                           Air Act;
                   206.4   Any standard or other requirement  of  the  acid
                           rain  program  under Title IV (42 U.S.C. Section
                           7651 et Seq) of  the  Federal  Clean Air Act, or
                           the regulations promulgated thereunder;
                   206.5   Any monitoring or other requirements established
                           pursuant  to  Section 504(b) (42 U.S.C.  Section
                           7661c(b) or Section 114(a)(3) (42 U.S.C. Section
                           7414(a)(3) of the Federal Clean Air Act;
                   206.6   Any  standard  or   other   requirement  of  the
                           regulations promulgated to protect stratospheric
                           ozone  under Title VI of the Federal  Clean  Air
                           Act, unless  the  EPA  has  determined that such
                           requirements need not be contained  in a Title V
                           permit;
                   206.7   Any  national  ambient  air quality standard  or
                           increment or visibility requirement under part C
                           of Title I of the Federal  Clean  Air  Act,  but
                           only  as  it  would  apply  to temporary sources
                           permitted pursuant to Section  504(e) (42 U.S.C.
                           Section 7661c(e) of the Federal Clean Air Act;
                   206.8   Any  standard  or  other  requirement  governing
                           solid waste incineration under  section 129  (42
                           U.S.C.  Section 7429) of the Federal  Clean  Air
                           Act;
                   206.9   Any  standard  or  requirement  or  consumer and
                           commercial  products,  under Section 183(e)  (42
                           U.S.C. Section 7511b(e) of the Federal Clean Air
                           Act; and
                   206.10  Any standard or other requirement  under Section
                           111  (42  U.S.C.  Section  7411) of the  Federal
                           Clean Air Act, including those  adopted  in Rule
                           801, NEW SOURCE PERFORMANCE STANDARDS.

              207  CODE  OF  FEDERAL  REGULATIONS (CFR):  The United States
                   Code of Federal Regulations

              208  COMPLETE  TITLE V PERMIT  APPLICATION:   An  application
                   that meets  all applicable requirements specified in the
                   District's "LIST AND CRITERIA" for permit applications.

              209  CONTIGUOUS PROPERTY:  Two or more parcels of land with a
                   common boundary  or separated solely by a public roadway
                   or other public right-of-way.

              210  DISTRICT:  The  Sacramento   Metropolitan   Air  Quality
                   Management District.

              211  DRAFT TITLE V PERMIT:  The version of a Title  V  permit
                   for  which  the  Air  Pollution  Control  Officer offers
                   public participation pursuant to Section 403.

              212  EMERGENCY:    A   situation  arising  from  sudden   and
                   reasonable unforeseeable  events  beyond  the control of
                   the  stationary  source,  including  acts of God,  which
                   situation requires normal operation, and that causes the
                   stationary source to exceed a technology-based  emission
                   limitation  under the Title V permit, due to unavoidable
                   increases in  emissions  attributable  to the emergency.
                   An  emergency  shall  not include noncompliance  to  the
                   extent caused by improperly  designed equipment, lack of
                   preventative   maintenance,   careless    or    improper
                   operation, or operator error.

              213  EMISSION  CAP:  A  federally  enforceable emission limit
                   affecting  one or more emission  units  at  a stationary
                   source.

              214  EMISSIONS  UNIT: An identifiable operation or  piece  of
                   process equipment  such as an article, machine, or other
                   contrivance which controls,  emits, may emit, or results
                   in the emissions of any regulated  air pollutant or HAP.
                   For  purpose  of  this  rule,  each source  of  fugitive
                   emissions  shall  be treated as an  emissions  unit  and
                   shall  be subject to  all  exemptions  and  requirements
                   applicable to emissions units.

              215  FEDERALLY  ENFORCEABLE:   All limitations and conditions
                   which are enforceable by EPA, including:
                   215.1   Requirements developed  pursuant to 40 CFR Parts
                           60 (NSPS), 61 (NESHAPS),  63  (HAP),  70  (State
                           Operating  Permit  Programs),  and  72  (Permits
                           Regulation, Acid Rain);
                   215.2   Requirements     contained    in    the    State
                           Implementation Plan  (SIP),  that are applicable
                           to the District; and
                   215.3   District    permit    requirements   established
                           pursuant to 40 CFR Part  52.21 (PSD) or District
                           permit requirements established  pursuant  to 40
                           CFR Part 51, Subpart I (NSR).

              216  FINAL TITLE V PERMIT:  The version of the Title V permit
                   that is issued by the Air Pollution Control Officer that
                   has  completed all applicable review procedures required
                   by Section 400.

              217  FUGITIVE EMISSIONS: Emissions which could not reasonably
                   pass  through   a   stack,   chimney,   vent,  or  other
                   functionally-equivalent opening.

              218  HAZARDOUS AIR POLLUTANT (HAP):  Any air pollutant listed
                   pursuant to Section 112(b)  (42  U.S.C. Section  7412(b)
                   of the Federal Clean Air Act.

              219  MAJOR  STATIONARY  SOURCE - TITLE V: For the purpose  of
                   this  rule,  a major stationary  source  is  defined  as
                   follows:
                   219.1   A stationary source with a potential to emit 100
                           tons per year of any  air pollutant;
                   219.2   A stationary  source,  as defined in Section 112
                           (42 U.S.C. Section 7412)  of  the  Federal Clean
                           Air  Act, with a potential to emit 10  tons  per
                           year, or more, of any hazardous air pollutant or
                           25 tons per year, or more, of any combination of
                           hazardous     air    pollutants    other    than
                           radionuclides ,  or  such lesser quantity as the
                           EPA  may  establish  by  rule.    All   fugitive
                           emissions   of   hazardous  air  pollutants  are
                           included in determining  the stationary source's
                           potential  to  emit.   For  radionuclides,   the
                           definition  of  a  major facility shall have the
                           meaning specified by EPA by rule; or
                   219.3   A stationary source  with  a  potential  to emit
                           exceeding:  50 tons per year of nitrogen oxides,
                           50 tons per year  of volatile organic compounds,
                           100 tons per year of  sulfur  dioxide,  100 tons
                           per  year  of  carbon monoxide, or 100 tons  per
                           year  of  PM10  or  with  a  potential  to  emit
                           exceeding the major stationary source thresholds
                           that are listed in  Title I of the Federal Clean
                           Act  for  nitrogen  oxide  or  volatile  organic
                           compounds, the thresholds  that are listed in 40
                           CFR  Part  51  for  carbon  monoxide,   or   the
                           thresholds that are listed in 40 CFR Part 52 for
                           PM10  or  sulfur dioxide which correspond to the
                           nonattainment  designation of the District.  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:
                           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 (42 U.S.C. Section 7411
                               of 7412) of the  Federal  Clean Air Act, but
                               only  with respect to those  air  pollutants
                               that have been regulated for that category.

              220  MINOR TITLE V PERMIT  MODIFICATION: A modification  to a
                   federally enforceable condition  in  a Title V permit to
                   operate which:
                   220.1   Is    not   a   significant   Title   V   permit
                           modification;
                   220.2   Is  not   an   administrative   Title  V  permit
                           amendment; and
                   220.2   does  not  violate  any  applicable requirements
                           which are federally enforceable.

              221  NESHAP:  National Emissions Standards  for Hazardous Air
                   Pollutants (40 CFR Part 61).

              222  NON-FEDERALLY  ENFORCEABLE CONDITION:  A  condition  not
                   subject to enforcement actions by EPA.

              223  OWNER  OR  OPERATOR:    Any  person  who  owns,  leases,
                   operates, controls, or supervises a stationary source.

              224  PERMIT MODIFICATION:  Any  revision  to a Title V permit
                   that   cannot  be  accomplished  under  provisions   for
                   administrative  Title  V  permit  amendments pursuant to
                   Section  409.   A  Title V permit modification  for  the
                   purpose of the acid  rain  portion of the Title V permit
                   shall  be  governed  by  40  CFR   Part  72  regulations
                   promulgated under Title IV of the Federal Clean Air Act.

              225  PHASE  II ACID RAIN FACILITY: A facility  that  includes
                   any affected  unit  listed  in  40 CFR Part 72.6 that is
                   subject to the Acid Rain Program.

              226  POTENTIAL TO EMIT: The maximum physical  and operational
                   design capacity to emit a pollutant during each calendar
                   year.  Limitations on the physical or operational design
                   capacity,   including  emissions  control  devices   and
                   limitations on  hours  of  operation,  may be considered
                   only if such limitations are federally enforceable.

              227  PRECONSTRUCTION    PERMIT:     A    permit   authorizing
                   construction  of  an  emissions  unit and  includes  the
                   following:
                   227.1   A preconstruction permit issued pursuant to Rule
                           203, PREVENTION OF SIGNIFICANT DETERIORATION; or
                   227.2   An Authority to Construct permit issued pursuant
                           to  Rule  201, GENERAL PERMIT  REQUIREMENTS  and
                           Rule 202, NEW SOURCE REVIEW.

              228  PROPOSED TITLE V PERMIT:   The  version  of  the Title V
                   permit  that the Air Pollution Control Officer  proposes
                   to issue  and forwards to the EPA for review pursuant to
                   Section 404.

              229  REGULATED AIR  POLLUTANT:   Any  of  the  following  air
                   pollutants:
                   229.1   Any  pollutant  for which a national ambient air
                           quality  standard  has  been  promulgated  under
                           Title I of  the Federal Clean Air Act, including
                           nitrogen oxides  and  volatile organic compounds
                           as precursors to ozone;
                   229.3   Any  pollutant  that  is  regulated   under  any
                           standard promulgated under Section 111(42 U.S.C.
                           Section  7411)  of  the  Federal Clean Air  Act,
                           including New Source Performance Standards in 40
                           CFR Part 60;
                   229.4   Any  Class  I  or  II  substance  subject  to  a
                           standard  promulgated under  or  established  by
                           Title VI of the Federal Clean Air Act;
                   229.5   Any pollutants  regulated  under Section 112 (42
                           U.S.C. Section 7412) of the  Federal  Clean  Air
                           Act,  including  Sections  112(g),  112(j),  and
                           112(r)  (42  U.S.C.  Sections 7412(g),  7412(j),
                           and  7412(r)  of  the  Federal  Clean  Air  Act,
                           including the following:
                           a.  Any pollutant subject  to requirements under
                               Section 112(j) (42 U.S.C. Section 7412(j) of
                               the Federal Clean Air Act  If  EPA  fails to
                               promulgate    a   standard   by   the   date
                               established pursuant  to  Section 112(e) (42
                               U.S.C. Section 7412(j) of the  Federal Clean
                               Air  Act, any pollutant for which  a  source
                               would  be  major shall be considered to be a
                               regulated  air  pollutant  on  the  date  18
                               months after the applicable date established
                               pursuant  to   Section   112(e)  (42  U.S.C.
                               Section  7412(e)  of the Federal  Clean  Air
                               Act; and
                           b.  Any pollutant for which  the requirements of
                               Section   112(g)(2)   (42   U.S.C.   Section
                               7412(g)(2) of the Federal Clean Air Act have
                               been   met,   but   only  with  respect   to
                               individual   sources  subject   to   Section
                               112(g)(2) (U.S.C.  Section 7412(g)(2) of the
                               Federal Clean Air Act requirements.

              230  RESPONSIBLE OFFICIAL: For the purpose  of  this  rule, a
                   responsible official shall mean one of the following:
                   230.1   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 Title V
                           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
                               representatives is approved  in  advance  by
                               the Air Pollution Control Officer;
                   230.2   For  a  partnership  or  sole  proprietorship: a
                           general partner or the proprietor, respectively;
                   230.3   For  a  municipality, state, federal,  or  other
                           public  agency:  either  a  principal  executive
                           officer or  ranking  elected  official.  For the
                           purposes  of  this  rule, a principal  executive
                           officer of a federal  agency  includes the chief
                           executive officer having responsibility  for the
                           overall  operations  of  a  principal geographic
                           unit   of   the   agency   (e.g.,   a   Regional
                           Administrator of EPA); or
                   230.4   For  phase  II  acid rain facilities subject  to
                           Title IV requirements:
                           a.  The designated  representative  in so far as
                               actions,    standards,   requirements,    or
                               prohibitions  under  Title IV of the Federal
                               Clean Air Act or the regulations promulgated
                               thereunder are concerned; and
                           b.  The designated representative  for any other
                               purposes under 40 CFR Part 70 regulations.

              231  SCHEDULE   OF   COMPLIANCE:    A  schedule  of  remedial
                   measures, including an enforceable  sequence  of actions
                   or  operations, leading to compliance with an applicable
                   implementation   plan,   emission   standard,   emission
                   limitation, or emission prohibition.

              232  SEVERABILITY CLAUSE:  A statement in the Title V  permit
                   that,  in  the  case  of  a challenge to any part of the
                   Title  V permit, the remaining  parts  of  the  Title  V
                   permit will remain valid.

              233  SIGNIFICANT TITLE V PERMIT MODIFICATION:  A modification
                   to a federally  enforceable  condition  in  the  Title V
                   permit which:
                   233.1   Involves  any  modification under Section 112(g)
                           of  Title I (42 U.S.C.  Section  412(g)  of  the
                           Federal  Clean Air Act, or under EPA regulations
                           promulgated  pursuant  to Title I of the Federal
                           Clean Air Act, including 40 CFR Part 51, 52, 60,
                           61, and 63;
                   233.2   Involves  relaxation  or significant  change  to
                           existing monitoring, reporting  or recordkeeping
                           requirements in the Title V permit;
                   233.3   Involves   case-by-case  determination   of   an
                           emission limit or other standard;
                   233.4   Involves     a    stationary     source-specific
                           determination  for  temporary sources of ambient
                           impacts, or a visibility or increment analysis;
                   233.5   Attempts to set or change  a Title V permit term
                           or condition which allows a  source  to avoid an
                           applicable federal requirement including:
                           a.  A   federally   enforceable   emission   cap
                               pursuant to Title I of the Federal Clean Air
                               Act; or
                           b.  An  alternative  HAP emission limit pursuant
                               to  Section  112(i)(5)  (Section  42  U.S.C.
                               Section 7412(j)(5)  of the Federal Clean Air
                               Act;  or
                   233.6   Involves a modification to  a  major  stationary
                           source  which  results  in  an  increase in  the
                           potential to emit greater than: 25 tons per year
                           of nitrogen oxides, 25 tons per year of volatile
                           organic  compounds, 40 tons per year  of  sulfur
                           dioxide, 100  tons  per year of carbon monoxide,
                           or 15 tons per year of PM10 when aggregated with
                           all other increases in  potential  to  emit over
                           the period of five consecutive years before  the
                           application  for modification, and including the
                           calendar year of the most recent application.

              234  STATIONARY SOURCE: Any building, structure, facility, or
                   emissions unit which emits or may emit any regulated air
                   pollutant  or HAP.
                   234.1   Building, structure, facility, or emissions unit
                           includes  all  pollutant   emitting   activities
                           which:
                           a.  Belong to the same industrial grouping, and
                           b.  Are  located  on  one property or on two  or
                               more contiguous properties, and
                           c.  Are  under  the same  or  common  ownership,
                               operation, or  control or which are owned or
                               operated by entities  which are under common
                               control.
                   234.2   Pollutant   emitting   activities    shall    be
                           considered   as  part  of  the  same  industrial
                           grouping if:
                           a.  They belong  to  the same two-digit standard
                               industrial classification code, or
                           b.  They are part of a common production process
                               (Common    production    process    includes
                               industrial     processes,      manufacturing
                               processes   and   any   connected  processes
                               involving a common material).
                   234.3   The  emissions  from  loading and  unloading  of
                           cargo carriers at the stationary source shall be
                           considered emissions from the stationary source.
                   238.4   The emissions related to the cargo carriers will
                           not    be   included   when   determining    the
                           applicability  of  the  requirements  of Section
                           101.

              235  SUBJECT  SOLID  WASTE INCINERATOR FACILITY:  Any  source
                   that burns solid waste material (except sources required
                   to have a permit  under  Section 3005 of the Solid Waste
                   Disposal  Act) from commercial,  industrial  or  general
                   public sources for which a NSPS has been promulgated.

              236  TITLE V PERMIT:    A permit issued, renewed, amended, or
                   revised  pursuant  to   Rule  207,  TITLE  V  -  FEDERAL
                   OPERATING PERMIT PROGRAM.

              237  UNITED STATES ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (EPA): The
                   Administrator  or  appropriate  delegee  of  the  United
                   States Environmental Protection Agency.

              238  VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUND:   Any  compound containing at
                   least  one  atom  of  carbon, except for  the  following
                   exempt compounds:
                   238.1   methane
                   238.2   carbon dioxide
                   238.3   carbon monoxide
                   238.4   carbonic acid
                   238.5   metallic carbides or carbonates
                   238.6   ammonium carbonate
                   238.7   1,1,1-trichloroethane
                   238.8   methylene chloride
                   238.9   trichlorofluoromethane (CFC-11)
                   238.10  dichlorodifluoromethane (CFC-12)
                   238.11  chlorodifluoromethane (HCFC-22)
                   238.12  trifluoromethane (HFC-23)
                   238.13  trichlorotrifluoroethane (CFC-113)
                   238.14  dichlorotetrafluoroethane (CFC-114)
                   238.15  chloropentafluoroethane (CFC-115)
                   238.16  dichlorotrifluoroethane (HCFC-123)
                   238.17  2-chloro-1,1,1,2-tetrafluoroethane (HCFC-124)
                   238.18  pentafluoroethane (HFC-125)
                   238.19  1,1,2,2-tetrafluoroethane (HFC-134)
                   238.20  tetrafluoroethane (HFC-134a)
                   238.21  dichlorofluoroethane (HCFC-141b)
                   238.22  chlorodifluoroethane (HCFC-142b)
                   238.23  1,1,1-trifluoroethane (HFC-143a)
                   238.24  1,1-difluoroethane (HFC-152a).
                   238.25  The following four  classes  of  perfluorocarbon
                           compounds:
                           a.  Cyclic,   branched,  or  linear,  completely
                               fluorinated alkanes.
                           b.  Cyclic,  branched,   or  linear,  completely
                               fluorinated ethers, with no unsaturations.
                           c.  Cyclic,  branched,  or  linear,   completely
                               fluorinated    tertiary   amines   with   no
                               unsaturations.
                           d.  Sulfur-containing  perfluorocarbons  with no
                               unsaturations and with sulfur bonds only  to
                               carbon and fluorine.

              239  VOLUNTARY   EMISSIONS   CAP:    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  TIMING  FOR  SUBMITTAL  OF  A  COMPLETE  TITLE  V PERMIT
                   APPLICATION:
                   301.1   Application  Submittal  for  Existing Stationary
                           Sources:  The owner or operator  of a stationary
                           source subject to the requirements  of this rule
                           and  commencing  operation on or prior  to  [the
                           date of EPA approval of the District's operating
                           permit  program]  shall   submit   to   the  Air
                           Pollution  Control  Officer  a  complete  permit
                           application  for a Title V permit to operate  by
                           [12 months after the date of EPA approval of the
                           District's operating  permit  program  or  at an
                           earlier  date  if  required by the Air Pollution
                           Control  Officer].   Stationary   sources   with
                           potential  to  emit at or above the major source
                           trigger levels but  have  actual emissions below
                           the following emission levels for each pollutant
                           shall  submit  to  the  Air  Pollution   Control
                           Officer  a  complete  application  for  Title  V
                           permit  to  operate until [three years after the
                           date of EPA approval of the District's operating
                           permit program]:
                           a.  Less than  25  tons per year or half Title I
                               of the Federal Clean  Air  Act  major source
                               thresholds  corresponding  the nonattainment
                               designation  of the District,  whichever  is
                               lower,  of  nitrogen   oxides   or  volatile
                               organic compounds;
                           b.  Less than 50 tons per year or half the major
                               source thresholds listed in 40 CFR  Part  52
                               which   corresponds   to  the  nonattainment
                               designation  of the District,  whichever  is
                               lower, of PM10 or sulfur dioxide;
                           c.  Less than 50 tons per year or half the major
                               source thresholds  listed  in 40 CFR Part 51
                               which   corresponds   to  the  nonattainment
                               designation  of the District,  whichever  is
                               lower, of carbon monoxide;
                           d.  Less than 7 tons  per  year  of  any  single
                               hazardous air pollutant; or
                           e.  Less   than   15   tons   per  year  of  any
                               combination of hazardous air pollutants.

                           For purpose of this subsection, actual emissions
                           shall be the maximum total annual emissions from
                           all permitted equipment at the stationary source
                           during the maximum 12 month period  from January
                           1992 up to [the date of EPA's approval  of  this
                           Rule]  as  calculated  by the District detailing
                           throughputs of process materials, throughputs of
                           materials stored and usage of materials.
                   301.2   Application Submittal for New Stationary Sources
                           Commencing  Operation After  [the  date  of  EPA
                           approval  of  the  District's  operating  permit
                           program]:   The  owner  or  operator  of  a  new
                           stationary source  which  becomes subject to the
                           requirements of this rule shall  submit  to  the
                           Air  Pollution Control Officer a complete  Title
                           V permit  application  for  a  Title V permit to
                           operate   within   12   months   of   commencing
                           operation.
                   301.3   Application  Submittal  for  Modified Stationary
                           Sources:  The owner or operator  of  an existing
                           stationary source which becomes subject  to  the
                           requirements    of    this   Rule   because   of
                           modifications to its operation  shall  submit to
                           the  Air  Pollution  Control  Officer a complete
                           Title V permit application for  a Title V permit
                           to   operate  within  12  months  of  commencing
                           modified operation.
                   301.4   Application Submittal for Renewal:  The owner or
                           operator  of a stationary source shall submit to
                           the Air Pollution  Control  Officer  a  complete
                           Title V permit application for renewal no  later
                           than  12 months prior to the expiration date  of
                           the Title V permit.
                   301.5   Application  Submittal  for  Phase  II Acid Rain
                           Facilities:  The owner or operator of a Phase II
                           Acid Rain Facility shall additionally  submit to
                           the  Air  Pollution  Control  Officer a standard
                           acid rain permit application and  forms required
                           by 40 CFR Part 72  no later than January 1, 1996
                           for initial Phase II acid rain SOx  permits  and
                           no later than January 1, 1998 for  initial Phase
                           II acid rain NOX permits.
                   301.6   Application  Submittal  for Minor Title V Permit
                           Modifications: The owner  or  operator  of a the
                           stationary   source  shall  submit  to  the  Air
                           Pollution Control  Officer  a  complete  Title V
                           permit  application  for  minor  Title  V permit
                           modification.     The   application   shall   be
                           submitted   after   receiving    any    required
                           preconstruction  permit  from  the District  and
                           before commencing operation associated  with the
                           Minor Title V permit modification.
                   301.7   Application  Submittal  for Significant Title  V
                           Permit Modifications: The owner or operator of a
                           stationary  source  shall  submit   to  the  Air
                           Pollution  Control  Officer a complete  Title  V
                           permit  application  for   Significant  Title  V
                           permit modification. The application  shall  not
                           be  submitted  prior  to  receiving any required
                           preconstruction permit from  the District but no
                           later   than  12  months  after  commencing   an
                           operation  associated with the Significant Title
                           V  permit  modification.    Where   an  existing
                           federally  enforceable Title V permit  condition
                           would prohibit  such  change in operation or the
                           stationary source is not  required  to  obtain a
                           preconstruction  permit,  the  owner or operator
                           must obtain a Title V permit modification before
                           commencing operation.
                   301.8   Application  Submittal  for  Acid  Rain   Permit
                           Modification:  A permit modification of the acid
                           rain  portion  of  the  Title  V permit shall be
                           governed by regulations promulgated  pursuant to
                           Title IV of the Federal Clean Air Act.
                   301.9   Application  Submittal  for  Existing Stationary
                           Sources   not   Currently   Subject    to    the
                           Requirements   of   this  Rule:   The  owner  or
                           operator  of a stationary  source  that  becomes
                           subject to  this  Rule, because of a change in a
                           federally enforceable  permit term or condition,
                           or because of EPA or District  rulemaking  shall
                           submit  to  the Air Pollution Control Officer  a
                           complete Title  V  permit  application within 12
                           months of the date of becoming  subject  to this
                           Rule.

              302  CORRECTING AND UPDATING OF A TITLE V PERMIT APPLICATION:
                   302.1   The  applicant shall submit to the Air Pollution
                           Control  Officer  timely updates  to the Title V
                           application   as   new    requirements    become
                           applicable to the source.
                   302.2   The  applicant shall submit to the Air Pollution
                           Control   Officer   any  additional  information
                           necessary to correct  any incorrect  information
                           in the Title V permit application  upon becoming
                           aware  of  such  incorrect submittal or  if  the
                           applicant  is  notified  by  the  Air  Pollution
                           Control Officer of such incorrect submittal.
                   302.3   The applicant shall  submit to the Air Pollution
                           Control   Officer  any  additional   information
                           relating to  the  Title  V application within 30
                           days if such information is requested in writing
                           by the Air Pollution Control Officer.

              303  TITLE V APPLICATION SHIELD:
                   303.1   No stationary source may operate  after the time
                           that  it  is  required  to  submit a timely  and
                           complete   Title   V   application   except   in
                           compliance with a Title V permit issued pursuant
                           to this rule.  Prior to final permitting action,
                           an existing major stationary source shall not be
                           in  violation  and  shall  not   be  subject  to
                           enforcement action for operating without a Title
                           V permit to operate if the stationary source has
                           complied with all of the following requirements:
                           a.  The  applicant  has  submitted  to  the  Air
                               Pollution Control Officer a complete Title V
                               permit   application   in  a  timely  manner
                               required  pursuant  to  Sections  301.1  and
                               Section 301.3;
                           b.  The applicant continues to submit to the Air
                               Pollution Control Officer  timely updates to
                               the  Title  V  permit  application  required
                               pursuant to Section 302.1;
                           c.  The applicant submits to  the  Air Pollution
                               Control  Officer  any additional information
                               required  pursuant  to  Sections  302.2  and
                               302.3; and
                           d.  The Title V permit has  not  been  canceled,
                               suspended or terminated.
                   303.2   Title   V   permit   expiration  terminates  the
                           stationary source's right  to  operate  unless a
                           timely  and  complete Title V permit application
                           for  renewal  has   been   submitted   and   the
                           stationary   source  complies  with  subsections
                           303.1a, b, c,  and  d.   The Title V permit will
                           not expire until the Title  V permit renewal has
                           been issued or denied.

              304  CERTIFICATION  REQUIREMENTS:  Any  Title  V  application
                   form,  report,  or  compliance  certification  submitted
                   pursuant    to    these   regulations   shall    contain
                   certification   by   a    responsible   official.    The
                   certification shall state that, based on information and
                   belief formed after reasonable  inquiry,  the statements
                   and information in the document are true, accurate,  and
                   complete.

              305  TITLE  V  PERMIT CONTENT: A Title V permit shall contain
                   all of the following information and provisions:
                   305.1   Standard Permit Requirements:
                           a.  Emission   Limitations  and  Standards:  The
                               Title V permit shall include all operational
                               requirements  and  limitations  that  assure
                               compliance   with   all  applicable  federal
                               requirements.
                           b.  Alternative Operating  Scenarios:  The Title
                               V permit shall include conditions specifying
                               compliance   provisions   for    alternative
                               operating   scenarios  pursuant  to  Section
                               308.1 if the responsible official identifies
                               more than one operating scenario.
                           c.  Referencing of Origin and Authority for Each
                               Title  V  Permit  Condition:   The  Title  V
                               permit  shall   specify  and  reference  the
                               origin of and authority  for  each  term  or
                               condition,  and  identify  any difference in
                               form  as compared to the applicable  federal
                               requirement upon which the term or condition
                               is based.
                           d.  Listing  of  Conflicting  Requirements:  The
                               Title V permit shall state  that,  where  an
                               applicable   federal   requirement   of  the
                               Federal Clean Air Act is more stringent than
                               an   applicable   federal   requirement   of
                               regulations  promulgated  under  Title IV of
                               the  Federal  Clean Air Act, both provisions
                               shall  be  incorporated  into  the  Title  V
                               permit and shall be enforceable by the EPA.
                           e.  Title V Permit Duration:  The duration shall
                               be specified pursuant to Section 306.
                           f.  Monitoring Requirements:  The Title V permit
                               shall  contain   conditions  addressing  the
                               following requirements:
                               1.  All emissions  monitoring  and  analysis
                                   procedures   or  test  methods  required
                                   under   the   applicable   requirements,
                                   including   any  procedures   and   test
                                   methods promulgated pursuant to Sections
                                   114(a)(3) or  504(b) (42 U.S.C. Sections
                                   7414(a)(3) or 7661c(b)  of  the  Federal
                                   Clean Air Act.
                               2.  Where an applicable requirement does not
                                   require periodic testing or instrumental
                                   or noninstrumental monitoring (which may
                                   consist  of  recordkeeping  designed  to
                                   serve     as    monitoring),    periodic
                                   monitoring  sufficient to yield reliable
                                   data from the  relevant time period that
                                   are  representative   of   the  source's
                                   compliance  with the Title V  permit  as
                                   reported pursuant  to  Section  305.1(g)
                                   and   Section   501.    Such  monitoring
                                   requirements  shall assure  the  use  of
                                   terms, test methods,  averaging periods,
                                   and    other   statistical   conventions
                                   consistent     with    the    applicable
                                   requirements;
                               3.  As  necessary,  requirements  concerning
                                   the   use,   maintenance,    and   where
                                   appropriate,  installation of monitoring
                                   equipment or methods; and
                               4.  Compliance    certification,    testing,
                                   monitoring, reporting, and recordkeeping
                                   requirements    sufficient   to   assure
                                   compliance with the terms and conditions
                                   of the Title V permit.
                           g.  Recordkeeping  Requirements:   The  Title  V
                               permit shall including  conditions  for  any
                               applicable     recordkeeping    requirements
                               including those specified in Section 502.
                           h.  Reporting Requirements:   The Title V permit
                               shall include conditions for  any applicable
                               reporting   requirements   including   those
                               specified in Section 501.
                           i.  Title   IV  Sources:   A  permit   condition
                               prohibiting    emissions    exceeding    any
                               allowances  that  the  source lawfully holds
                               under Title IV of the Federal  Clean Air Act
                               or  the  regulations  promulgated thereunder
                               which includes the following:
                               1.  No  Title  V  permit revision  shall  be
                                   required for increases in emissions that
                                   are authorized  by  allowances  acquired
                                   pursuant   to  the  acid  rain  program,
                                   provided  that  such  increases  do  not
                                   require a Title  V permit revision under
                                   any other applicable requirement;
                               2.  No limit shall be  placed  on the number
                                   of  allowances  held  by  the stationary
                                   source.  The stationary source  may not,
                                   however, use allowances as a defense  to
                                   noncompliance  with any other applicable
                                   requirement; and
                               3.  Any such allowances  shall  be accounted
                                   for    according   to   the   procedures
                                   established  in  regulations promulgated
                                   under Title IV of  the Federal Clean Air
                                   Act.
                           j.  Severability: A severability clause
                           k.  Permit Compliance Provisions:   A  provision
                               in the Title V permit stating the following:
                               1.  The   permittee  must  comply  with  all
                                   conditions of the Title V permit.
                               2.  It  shall   not   be  a  defense  for  a
                                   permittee in an enforcement  action that
                                   it would have been necessary to  halt or
                                   reduce  the  permitted activity in order
                                   to   maintain   compliance    with   the
                                   conditions of the Title V permit.
                               3.  The  Title  V  permit  may  be modified,
                                   revoked,  reopened,  and  reissued,   or
                                   terminated for cause.
                               4.  The  permittee  shall furnish to the Air
                                   Pollution  Control   Officer,  within  a
                                   reasonable  time,  any information  that
                                   the  Air Pollution Control  Officer  may
                                   request  in writing to determine whether
                                   cause exists for modifying, revoking and
                                   reissuing,  or  terminating  the  permit
                                   pursuant  to Section 411 or to determine
                                   compliance  with  the  Title  V  permit.
                                   Upon  request, the permittee shall  also
                                   furnish  to  the  Air  Pollution Control
                                   Officer copies of records required to be
                                   kept  by  the Title V permit  conditions
                                   or,  for  information   claimed   to  be
                                   confidential,  the permittee may furnish
                                   such records directly  to  the EPA along
                                   with a claim of confidentiality.
                               5.  Noncompliance  with any Title  V  permit
                                   condition is grounds  for Title V permit
                                   termination, revocation  and reissuance,
                                   modification,  enforcement   action,  or
                                   denial  of  the  Title  V permit renewal
                                   application.  Any violation of the Title
                                   V  permit shall also be a  violation  of
                                   Rule 207.
                               6.  A  pending  Title  V  permit  action  or
                                   notification        or       anticipated
                                   noncompliance does not  stay  any permit
                                   condition.
                               7.  The  Title V permit does not convey  any
                                   property  rights  of  any  sort,  or any
                                   exclusive privilege.
                               8.  The   Title   V  permit  shall  prohibit
                                   emissions exceeding  any allowances that
                                   the  stationary  source  lawfully  holds
                                   under Title IV of  the Federal Clean Air
                                   Act   or  the  regulations   promulgated
                                   thereunder.
                   305.2   Enforceability  of  Title  V  Permit Conditions:
                           The Air Pollution Control Officer  shall specify
                           in  Title  V  permits  all conditions which  are
                           federally enforceable.
                   305.3   Inspection and Entry Requirements:   A provision
                           for  inspection and entry requirements  pursuant
                           to Section 413.1.
                   305.4   Schedule   of   Compliance:   A   provision  for
                           submitting a schedule of compliance  pursuant to
                           Section 413.2.
                   305.5   Progress  Reports:   A provision for  submitting
                           progress reports pursuant to Section 413.3.
                   305.6   Compliance  Certification:    A   provision  for
                           compliance  certification  pursuant  to  Section
                           413.4.
                   305.7   Payment of Fees:  A Title V permit shall contain
                           a  condition requiring the stationary source  to
                           pay  appropriate  fees  in  accordance with Rule
                           301,  PERMIT  FEES  -  STATIONARY  SOURCE.   The
                           condition shall require  that the Title V permit
                           shall be revoked if fees are not paid.

              306  TITLE V PERMIT TERM:  A Title V permit  shall  have a 5-
                   year  fixed term from the date of issuance. The Title  V
                   permit  shall have a new 5-year fixed term from the date
                   of final action on reopening if the responsible official
                   chooses to  submit  to  the  District a complete Title V
                   application for renewal upon reopening  of  the  Title V
                   permit  pursuant to Sections 411 or 412 and the Title  V
                   permit  is   renewed  according  to  the  administrative
                   procedures listed in Sections 401 through 408.

              307  TITLE V PERMIT SHIELD:
                   307.1   Except  as  provided  in this Rule, the District
                           may expressly provide in  the  Title  V permit a
                           provision  stating  that  compliance  with   the
                           conditions of the Title V permit shall be deemed
                           compliance  with  any applicable requirements as
                           of  the date of the  Title  V  permit  issuance,
                           provided that:
                           a.  The Air Pollution Control Officer either:
                               1.  Includes   and  specifically  identifies
                                   such requirements in the Title V permit;
                                   or
                               2.  Determines in  acting  on  the  Title  V
                                   permit   application   or  revision,  in
                                   writing,    that    other   requirements
                                   specifically    identified    are    not
                                   applicable to the stationary source, and
                                   the   Title   V  permit   includes   the
                                   determination  or   a   concise  summary
                                   thereof; and
                           b.  The facility specifically requests a Title V
                               permit shield and indicates the following:
                               1.  Specific  process  units  for   which  a
                                   shield is sought;
                               2.  Reason  that a Title V permit shield  is
                                   sought; and
                               3.  Proposed  duration of the Title V permit
                                   shield.
                   307.2   The Title V permit  must  expressly state that a
                           Title V permit shield exists.   A Title V permit
                           lacking such statement is presumed  to  have  no
                           shield.   A  shield  shall  not apply to changes
                           under  Section  502(b)(1)  (42  U.S.C.   Section
                           7661a(b)(1)   of  the  Federal  Clean  Air  Act,
                           changes under Section 308.3 or any minor Title V
                           permit modifications under Section 410.
                   307.3   The Title V permit  shield  shall  not  alter or
                           affect any of the following:
                           a.  The  provisions  of  Section  303 (42 U.S.C.
                               Section 7603) of the Federal Clean  Air Act,
                               (Emergency  Powers)  including the authority
                               of the EPA;
                           b.  The applicable requirements of the acid rain
                               program, consistent with  Section 408(a) (42
                               U.S.C. Section 7651g(a) of the Federal Clean
                               Air Act;
                           c.  The liability of an owner or  operator  of a
                               stationary   source  for  any  violation  of
                               regulatory requirements  prior to, or at the
                               time of, Title V permit issuance;
                           d.  The requirement of the stationary  source to
                               provide EPA with information if requested by
                               EPA  pursuant  to  Section  114  (42  U.S.C.
                               Section 7414) of the Federal Clean Air Act;
                           e.  The   applicability  of  state  or  District
                               requirements that are not applicable federal
                               requirements,  at the time of Title V permit
                               issuance but which  apply  to the stationary
                               source,   such   as  state  laws  concerning
                               toxics;
                           f.  The   applicability    of   any   regulatory
                               requirements that become  applicable  to the
                               stationary  source  after the Title V permit
                               issuance date;or
                           g.  The   applicability   of    any   regulatory
                               requirements with compliance dates after the
                               Title V permit issuance date.
                   307.4   A  request  for  a  Title  V permit shield  made
                           outside  an  application  for  initial  Title  V
                           permit  or  Title  V  permit renewal,  shall  be
                           applied  for  as a significant  Title  V  permit
                           modification.

              308  OPERATIONAL  FLEXIBILITY:   The  Air  Pollution  Control
                   Officer  shall   allow   changes  in  operation  at  the
                   stationary source without  requiring  a  Title  V permit
                   modification.    Changes   without   a  Title  V  permit
                   modification are not allowed for minor  Title  V  permit
                   modifications    or    significant    Title   V   permit
                   modifications.  This Section shall apply to:
                   308.1   Alternative   Operating   Scenarios:   The   Air
                           Pollution Control Officer shall allow the use of
                           alternative  operating scenarios  provided  that
                           the  terms and  conditions  applicable  to  each
                           operating scenario are:
                           a.  Identified  by  the applicant in the Title V
                               permit application;
                           b.  Approved  by  the  Air   Pollution   Control
                               Officer;
                           c.  Specified  in the Title V permit conditions;
                               and
                           d.  In compliance  with all applicable District,
                               state,  and federal  requirements  including
                               Rule 207, TITLE V - FEDERAL OPERATING PERMIT
                               PROGRAM.

                   The permittee shall maintain  a  contemporaneous  log to
                   record  each change made from one operating scenario  to
                   another.

                   308.2   Voluntary   Emission  Cap:   The  Air  Pollution
                           Control Officer  shall  allow  permit  terms and
                           conditions for emissions trading solely  to meet
                           a    federally    enforceable    emissions   cap
                           independent  of  all  other  applicable  federal
                           requirements  and  District requirements  within
                           the stationary source  if  all existing emission
                           limits and performance standards  for  emissions
                           units  and operations remain in effect, and  the
                           terms and conditions of the emissions cap are:
                           a.  Identified  by  the applicant in the Title V
                               permit application;
                           b.  Approved  by  the  Air   Pollution   Control
                               Officer as terms and conditions that include
                               replicable procedures that ensure trades are
                               quantifiable and enforceable;
                           c.  Specified  in the Title V permit conditions;
                               and
                           d.  In compliance  with all applicable District,
                               State, and federal requirements.

                   The permittee shall provide  a written notice to the Air
                   Pollution Control Officer and EPA 30 days in advance for
                   a  change  in operation that is  allowed  under  Section
                   308.2.   The   notice   shall  describe  the  change  in
                   operation, 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 emission 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  description of how
                   the increases  and  decreases will comply with the terms
                   of  the  Title  V permit.   The  Air  Pollution  Control
                   Officer shall not  allow  the  emissions trade if one or
                   more of the above conditions  is not satisfied.

                   308.3   Contravening an Express  Permit  Condition:  The
                           owner  or  operator of a stationary source shall
                           be allowed to  make a changes in operations that
                           contravenes   a   Title   V   permit   condition
                           addressing an applicable  federal requirement if
                           the  Air  Pollution  Control  Officer   receives
                           written  notice  from the permittee at least  30
                           days before making the changes and if all of the
                           following conditions are met:
                               a.  The change  does  not cause or allow any
                                   exceedance of any emission limitation or
                                   emission  standard  which   limits   the
                                   quantity,   rate,  or  concentration  of
                                   emissions of regulated air pollutants on
                                   a  continuous   basis,   including   any
                                   requirement relating to the operation or
                                   maintenance  of  a  facility or emission
                                   unit   to  assure  continuous   emission
                                   reduction and any design, equipment work
                                   practice  or  operational standard.  The
                                   following   changes    are   operational
                                   flexibility changes and  may  be made if
                                   they  meet  the  requirements of Section
                                   308.   Example of such  change  includes
                                   but is not limited to the following:
                                   1.   Change  in  the supplier of similar
                                        raw  materials,   fuels,  or  other
                                        coatings.
                                   2.   Change  in  the  sequence   of  the
                                        process.
                                   3.   Change   in   the   method  of  raw
                                        material addition.
                                   4.   Change  in the method  for  product
                                        packaging.
                                   5.   Lengthening  a paint drying oven to
                                        provide additional curing time.
                               b.  The change is not a  modification  under
                                   any  provision  of  Rule 202, NEW SOURCE
                                   REVIEW,  or  Rule  203,   PREVENTION  OF
                                   SIGNIFICANT DETERIORATION or  Title I of
                                   the Federal Clean Air Act.
                               c.  The  change does not cause or allow  any
                                   exceedance    of    any    standard   of
                                   performance   that  requires  continuous
                                   emission   reduction,    including   any
                                   requirement relating to the operation or
                                   maintenance  of a facility  or  emission
                                   unit  to  assure   continuous   emission
                                   reduction.
                               d.  The written notice is clearly marked  as
                                   a  request  for  operational flexibility
                                   under  this  Section  and  includes  the
                                   following information:
                                   1.   A description of the change.
                                   2.   The date  on  which the change will
                                        occur and any change  in  emissions
                                        of any air pollutant.
                                   3.   Any emissions of any pollutant  not
                                        emitted before the change;
                                   4.   Any   Title   V   permit   term  or
                                        conditions  that will no longer  be
                                        applicable.
                               e.  The Air Pollution  Control  Officer does
                                   not  provide  the  responsible  official
                                   with  a  written   denial of the request
                                   for operational change within 30 days of
                                   receipt of the request  for  operational
                                   change.
                               f.  Such  change does not violate applicable
                                   requirements   or  contravene  federally
                                   enforceable permit  terms and conditions
                                   that  are  monitoring  (including   test
                                   methods),  recordkeeping,  reporting, or
                                   compliance certification requirements.

                           The  owner  or operator shall not implement  the
                           proposed change  if  the  Air  Pollution Control
                           Officer  objects  in  writing  to  the  proposal
                           within  the  30  day notice period.  The  notice
                           period  shall  commence  when  the  proposal  is
                           received by the  Air  Pollution Control Officer.
                           The Air Pollution Control  Officer  shall object
                           to   the   contravening  of  an  express  permit
                           condition if  any of the above conditions is not
                           satisfied.

          400 ADMINISTRATIVE REQUIREMENTS

              The requirements of Sections  401  through 408 shall apply to
              initial Title V permits, Title V permit  renewals,  and minor
              and  significant  Title  V permit modifications.  No Title  V
              permit,  Title V permit modification,  or  renewal  shall  be
              issued until  the  requirements  of  Sections  305,  401, 403
              (except  for  changes  qualifying  for  minor  Title V permit
              modification    procedures),    404,   and   405   are   met.
              Modifications to the acid rain section  of the Title V permit
              shall  be  governed  by  the  40  CFR  Part  72    acid  rain
              regulations   or   the   EPA   approved  equivalent  District
              regulations.

              401  COMPLETE APPLICATION:  The Air Pollution Control Officer
                   shall determine whether the  application  is complete no
                   later than 60 days after receipt of the application.  If
                   the  Air  Pollution  Control Officer determines that the
                   application  is not complete,  the  applicant  shall  be
                   notified  in writing  of  the  decision  specifying  the
                   information  required.  Upon receipt of any re-submittal
                   of the application,  a  new  60-day  period to determine
                   completeness   shall   begin.    Completeness    of   an
                   application   or   re-submitted   application  shall  be
                   evaluated pursuant to the requirements  specified in the
                   District's   "LIST   AND   CRITERIA"   which  identifies
                   information  required of an applicant seeking  a  permit
                   (authority) to construct or a permit to operate from the
                   District.   The  Air  Pollution  Control  Officer  shall
                   notify the applicant  in  writing of the decision on the
                   application's  completeness.    If   the  Air  Pollution
                   Control Officer does not notify the applicant in writing
                   within  60  days  of  application  submittal   that  the
                   application is incomplete, then the application shall be
                   deemed complete.

              402  PRELIMINARY   DECISION:   Following   acceptance  of  an
                   application  as  complete,  the  Air  Pollution  Control
                   Officer   shall  perform  the  evaluation  required   to
                   determine  compliance   with   all   applicable  federal
                   requirements and make a preliminary written  decision as
                   to  whether  a  Title  V  permit  should be approved  or
                   denied.

              403  PUBLICATION AND PUBLIC COMMENT, PRELIMINARY DECISION
                   403.1   Within  ten  (10)  calendar days  following  the
                           preliminary decision,  the Air Pollution Control
                           Officer shall publish in  at least one newspaper
                           of general circulation in the  District a notice
                           stating  the  preliminary decision  of  the  Air
                           Pollution  Control   Officer,   noting  how  the
                           pertinent  information  can  be  obtained,   and
                           inviting  written  public  comments.  The notice
                           shall  also be given to persons  on   a  mailing
                           list developed  by the District, including those
                           who request in writing  to  be  on  the  mailing
                           list.
                   403.2   The notice shall identify all of the following:
                           a.  The   name   and  address  of  the  affected
                               stationary source;
                           b.  The name and address of the permittee;
                           c.  The name and address of the District;
                           d.  The activity or  activities  involved in the
                               permit action;
                           e.  The emissions change involved in any Title V
                               permit  modification;
                           f.  The name, address, and telephone number of a
                               person  from  whom  interested  persons  may
                               obtain   additional  information,  including
                               copies of  the  draft  Title  V  permit, the
                               Title V permit application, and all relevant
                               supporting       materials.      Information
                               submitted by the source which contains trade
                               secrets shall be handled  in accordance with
                               Section 6254.7 of the California  Government
                               Code,  and  with  relevant  sections of  the
                               Administrative   Code   of   the  State   of
                               California;
                           g.  A   brief   description   of   the   comment
                               procedures; and
                           h.  The  time and place of any hearing that  may
                               be held, including a statement of procedures
                               to request  a  hearing (unless a hearing has
                               already been scheduled).
                   403.3   The Air Pollution Control  Officer shall provide
                           at least 30 days for public  comment  and  shall
                           give  notice  of  any public hearing at least 30
                           days in advance of the hearing.
                   403.4   The Air Pollution Control  Officer  shall keep a
                           record of the commenters and also of  the issues
                           raised  during  the public comment period.   All
                           public comments received  by the District during
                           the public comment period shall  be available to
                           the public for review upon request.
                   403.5   The Air Pollution Control Officer  shall provide
                           a  statement  that  sets  the legal and  factual
                           basis  for the draft Title V  permit  conditions
                           (including    references   to   the   applicable
                           statutory or regulatory  provisions).   The  Air
                           Pollution   Control   Officer  shall  send  this
                           statement to EPA and to  any  other  person  who
                           requests it.

              404  TRANSMITTING INFORMATION TO EPA:
                   404.1   The Air Pollution Control Officer shall transmit
                           to EPA a copy of each Title V permit application
                           or   summary   (including  any  Title  V  permit
                           application  for  modification),  each  proposed
                           Title V permit,  and  each final Title V permit,
                           unless EPA waives this requirement for specified
                           categories of  sources.

              405  EPA OBJECTION
                   405.1   The  Air  Pollution Control  Officer  shall  not
                           issue the Title  V  permit  if  EPA  objects  in
                           writing  to  its  issuance  within  45 days from
                           receipt of the proposed Title V permit   and all
                           necessary supporting information.
                   405.2   If  the  Air  Pollution  Control Officer and the
                           applicant  do  not receive a  written  objection
                           from EPA within  45  days of the notice provided
                           pursuant to Section 404.1,  describing the terms
                           and  conditions that the Title  V  permit  shall
                           include  to  respond to EPA's objection, the Air
                           Pollution Control  Officer shall issue the Title
                           V permit.
                   405.3   If the Air Pollution  Control Officer receives a
                           written objection from  EPA,  the  Air Pollution
                           Control  Officer  shall  revise  and  submit   a
                           proposed  Title  V  permit  in  response  to EPA
                           objection  no  later  than  90  days  from EPA's
                           objection date.

              406  PUBLIC OBJECTION
                   406.1   If EPA does not object in writing under  Section
                           405,  any person may petition the EPA within  60
                           days after  the  expiration  of the EPA's 45-day
                           review period to make such objection.
                   406.2   Any  such  petition  shall  be  based   only  on
                           objections  to  the  Title  V  permit  that were
                           raised  with  reasonable specificity during  the
                           public comment  period  provided  for in Section
                           403, unless the petitioner demonstrates  that it
                           was   impracticable  to  raise  such  objections
                           within such period, or that the grounds for such
                           objection  arose  after  the  end  of the review
                           period.
                   406.3   If the Air Pollution Control Officer  receives a
                           written  objection  from  EPA as a result  of  a
                           petition  filed  under  this  Section,  the  Air
                           Pollution Control Officer shall  not  issue  the
                           Title  V  permit  until EPA's objection has been
                           resolved, except that a petition for review does
                           not stay the effectiveness of the Title V permit
                           if the Title V permit  was  issued after the end
                           of the 45-day review period and  prior to an EPA
                           objection.
                   406.4   If the Air Pollution Control Officer  has issued
                           the Title V permit prior to receiving a  written
                           objection from EPA pursuant to objections raised
                           under  this  Section, the Title V permit may  be
                           reopened for cause  by  EPA  pursuant to Section
                           412.  If EPA notifies the Air  Pollution Control
                           Officer  to  modify,  terminate, or  revoke  the
                           Title  V  permit,  the  Air   Pollution  Control
                           Officer  shall  revise the Title  V  permit  and
                           issue a revised Title  V  permit  that satisfies
                           EPA's  objection.   The  Air  Pollution  Control
                           Officer shall revise and submit a proposed Title
                           V permit in response to EPA objection  no  later
                           than 90 days from the EPA objection date.
                   406.5   In any case, the source will not be in violation
                           of  the  requirement  to have submitted a timely
                           and complete Title V permit application.

              407  FINAL ACTION ON TITLE V PERMITS:
                   407.1   New  Stationary  Source:    The   Air  Pollution
                           Control Officer shall take final action  on  the
                           Title  V permit application for a new stationary
                           source commencing  operation  after [the date of
                           EPA's  approval  of  the  District's   Title   V
                           operating permit program] within 18 months after
                           receiving a complete application.
                   407.2   Existing  Stationary Sources:  The Air Pollution
                           Control Officer  shall take final action on one-
                           third  of  the  Title   V   permit  applications
                           received   from   existing  stationary   sources
                           commencing operation  before  [the date of EPA's
                           approval  of  the District's Title  V  operating
                           permit program]  each  year  after  the  date of
                           EPA's   approval   of  the  District's  Title  V
                           operating permit program]  and  shall take final
                           action  on  all  Title V permit applications  by
                           [three years after  the  date of EPA approval of
                           the   District's   Title   V  operating   permit
                           program].
                   407.3   Early  Reduction  under  Section  112(i)(5)  (42
                           U.S.C. Section 7412(i)(5)  of  the Federal Clean
                           Air  Act:   The  Air  Pollution Control  Officer
                           shall take final action  within  9  months after
                           receiving  a  complete  application  for   early
                           reduction  under  Section  112(i)(5)  (42 U.S.C.
                           Section 7412(i)(5) of the Federal Clean Air Act.
                   407.4   Administrative  Title V Permit Amendments:   The
                           Air Pollution Control  Officer  shall take final
                           action within 60 days after receiving  a request
                           for administrative Title V permit amendments.
                   407.5   Minor  Title  V  Permit Modifications:  The  Air
                           Pollution  Control   Officer  shall  take  final
                           action within 90 days after receiving a complete
                           application   for   minor    Title    V   permit
                           modification  or 15 days after the end of  EPA's
                           45-day review period, whichever is later.
                   407.6   Significant Title  V  Permit Modifications:  The
                           Air Pollution Control Officer  shall  take final
                           action  within  18  months  after  receiving   a
                           complete  application  for  significant  Title V
                           permit modification.
                   407.7   Phase  II  Acid Rain Sources:  The Air Pollution
                           Control Officer shall take final action on Title
                           V applications  for  sources subject to phase II
                           of the acid rain program  in accordance with the
                           deadlines set forth in Title  IV  of the Federal
                           Clean  Air  Act  and the regulations promulgated
                           thereunder.
                   407.8   Title  V  Permit  Renewal:   The  Air  Pollution
                           Control Officer shall   take final action within
                           12 months after receiving a complete application
                           for Title V permit renewal.
                   407.9   Reopening of Title V Permit  for  Cause Due to a
                           New  Applicable  Federal Requirement:   The  Air
                           Pollution  Control   Officer  shall  take  final
                           action on a Title V permit  reopened  for  cause
                           because new requirements under the Federal Clean
                           Air  Act  became  applicable  to  the stationary
                           source  no  later  than  18  months  after   the
                           promulgation    of    the   applicable   federal
                           requirement.
                   407.10  Modified Stationary Sources:   The Air Pollution
                           Control Officer shall take final action on Title
                           V  applications  from  an  existing   stationary
                           source which becomes subject to the requirements
                           of  this  Rule  because  of modification to  its
                           operation  within  18 months  of  receiving  the
                           complete Title V application.

              408  NOTIFICATION AND PUBLICATION  OF  FINAL ACTION:  The Air
                   Pollution Control Officer shall provide  written  notice
                   of  the  final  action  to the permittee and the EPA and
                   shall publish such notice  in  a  newspaper  of  general
                   circulation  in  the  District and shall make the notice
                   and  all  supporting  documents   available  for  public
                   inspection  at  the  Air  Pollution  Control  District's
                   office.

              409  ADMINISTRATIVE TITLE V PERMIT AMENDMENTS:
                   409.1   Within  60 days of receiving a  written  request
                           for administrative  Title  V  permit amendments,
                           the Air Pollution Control Officer shall:
                           a.  Take    final    action   on   the   request
                               incorporating the  administrative amendments
                               in the Title V permit  without  providing  a
                               notice  to  the  public  or  affected states
                               provided  that  the  Air  Pollution  Control
                               Officer  designates  any  Title   V   permit
                               revisions  as  having been made pursuant  to
                               this Section; or
                           b.  Determine that the  requested  amendments do
                               not meet the Administrative Title  V  permit
                               amendments    criterias   and   notify   the
                               applicant in writing.
                   409.2   The Air Pollution Control Officer shall submit a
                           copy  of  the revised  Title  V  permit  to  the
                           applicant and EPA.
                   409.3   The stationary  source  may  implement  any such
                           changes  addressed  in  the  request immediately
                           upon submittal of the request.

              410  MINOR  TITLE V PERMIT MODIFICATIONS: The  Air  Pollution
                   Control  Officer  shall  take action on applications for
                   minor Title V permit applications as follows:
                   410.1   EPA Notification:   Within 5 business days after
                           receiving    a    complete    application    for
                           modification, the Air  Pollution Control Officer
                           shall  notify EPA in writing  of  the  requested
                           Title V permit modification.
                   410.2   EPA Review:   The  Air Pollution Control Officer
                           shall allow 45-days  for EPA to review the Title
                           V permit modification.
                   410.3   Final Action on Application  for  Minor  Title V
                           permit  Modification:  Within 90 days after  the
                           Air Pollution  Control  Officer's receipt of the
                           application   for   minor   Title    V    permit
                           modifications  or  15  days after the end of the
                           EPA's 45-day review period,  whichever is later,
                           the Air Pollution Control Officer shall:
                           a.  Issue  the  Title  V permit modification  as
                               proposed;
                           b.  Deny the modification application and notify
                               the applicant of reason for such action;
                           c.  Determine  that  the requested  modification
                               does   not  meet  the   minor   modification
                               definition  and review under the significant
                               Title V permit modification procedures;or
                           d.  Revise the draft Title V permit modification
                               and send the revised version to EPA.
                   410.4   Source Ability to  Make  Changes:  The applicant
                           may make the proposed changes  at the stationary
                           source  as soon as the applicant  has  filed  an
                           application    for    Title   V   minor   permit
                           modification  with  the  Air  Pollution  Control
                           Officer   providing  that  the   applicant   has
                           received  the  required  preconstruction  permit
                           from the District.   After  the  applicant makes
                           the  changes allowed by the preceding  sentence,
                           and until  the  Air  Pollution  Control  Officer
                           takes final action on the application for  minor
                           Title  V permit modification pursuant to Section
                           410.3, the  stationary  source  must comply with
                           both the applicable requirements  governing  the
                           change and the proposed Title V permit terms and
                           conditions.  During this time period it seeks to
                           modify.  However, if the stationary source fails
                           to comply with its proposed Title V permit terms
                           and  conditions  during  this  time  period, the
                           existing Title V permit terms and conditions  it
                           seeks to modify may be enforced against it.

              411  REOPENING OF TITLE V PERMIT FOR CAUSE: The Air Pollution
                   Control  Officer shall reopen a Title V permit under the
                   following circumstances:
                   411.1   To    include   any   new   applicable   federal
                           requirements  that  become effective three years
                           or more before the Title V permit renewal date;
                   411.2   To  include  any  new requirements  that  become
                           applicable to acid  rain  sources under the acid
                           rain   program,   such   as   nitrogen    oxides
                           requirements or excess emissions requirements;
                   411.3   If  the  Air  Pollution  Control  Officer or EPA
                           determine  that  the  Title V permit contains  a
                           material mistake or inaccurate  statements  were
                           made   in   establishing   the  Title  V  permit
                           conditions.
                   411.4   If  the  Air Pollution Control  Officer  or  EPA
                           determine  that  the  Title  V  permit  must  be
                           revised  or  revoked  to  assure compliance with
                           applicable  federal requirements.

                   The  Air  Pollution  Control  Officer shall  notify  the
                   permittee at least 30 days prior  to reopening the Title
                   V permit.  Proceedings to reopen and reissue the Title V
                   permit   for   cause  shall  be  consistent   with   the
                   administrative procedures listed in Sections 401 through
                   408 of this rule  and  shall  affect only those parts of
                   the Title V permit for which cause to reopen exists.

              412  REOPENING OF TITLE V PERMIT FOR  CAUSE  BY  EPA:  If the
                   Air Pollution Control Officer receives a written request
                   from EPA to terminate, modify, or revoke and  reissue  a
                   Title V permit, then:
                   412.1   The  Air Pollution Control Officer shall, within
                           90 days  after receipt of a written notification
                           from EPA to  reopen  the Title V permit, forward
                           to EPA a proposed determination of modification,
                           termination, or revocation  and  reissuance,  as
                           appropriate.   The  EPA  may  extend the 90 day-
                           period for an additional 90 days  if  a  new  or
                           revised  Title V permit application is necessary
                           or if the  Air  Pollution  Control  Officer must
                           require   the  responsible  official  to  submit
                           additional information.
                   412.2   If the Air  Pollution  Control  Officer does not
                           receive a written objection from  EPA  (or  does
                           not  additionally  revise  the  Title  V  permit
                           because of public comments) within 90 days after
                           the  Air Pollution Control Officer has submitted
                           the revised  Title  V  permit to EPA pursuant to
                           Section 412.1, the Air Pollution Control Officer
                           shall issue the Title V permit as proposed.
                   412.3   If the Air Pollution Control  Officer receives a
                           written objection from EPA after   submitting  a
                           response  to  EPA pursuant to Section 412.1, the
                           Air Pollution Control  Officer  shall, within 90
                           days  from  the  receipt  of the EPA  objection,
                           resolve  any  objection  that   EPA   makes  and
                           terminate,  modify,  or  revoke and reissue  the
                           Title  V  permit in accordance  with  the  EPA's
                           objection.
                   412.4   If the Air  Pollution  Control  Officer fails to
                           submit  a  proposed  determination  pursuant  to
                           Section 412.1 or fails to resolve any  objection
                           pursuant  to  Section  412.3, EPA may terminate,
                           modify, or revoke and reissue the Title V permit
                           after taking the following actions:
                           a.  Providing at least 30  days  notice  to  the
                               responsible   official  in  writing  of  the
                               reasons for any such action. This notice may
                               be given during  the  procedures in Sections
                               412.1 through 412.4; and
                           b.  Providing the permittee  an  opportunity for
                               comment on the EPA's proposed  action and an
                               opportunity for a hearing.

                   The Air Pollution Control Officer shall comply  with the
                   notification  requirements  for  the public and affected
                   states listed in Sections 403 through 404.

              413  COMPLIANCE  REQUIREMENTS:   A  stationary  source  shall
                   comply with all of the following:
                   413.1   Inspection   and   Entry   Requirements:    Upon
                           presentation of credentials  and other documents
                           as may be required by law, the  permittee  shall
                           allow  the  Air  Pollution Control Officer or an
                           authorized representative  to perform all of the
                           following:
                           a.  Enter upon the stationary  source's premises
                               where  a  Title  V  source  is  located   or
                               emissions  related activity is conducted, or
                               where  records   must   be  kept  under  the
                               conditions of the Title V permit;
                           b.  Have  access  to  and  copy,  at  reasonable
                               times, any records that  must  be kept under
                               the conditions of the Title V permit;
                           c.  Inspect  at reasonable times the  stationary
                               source, equipment  (including monitoring and
                               air pollution control equipment), practices,
                               operations regulated  or  required under the
                               Title V permit; and
                           d.  As authorized by the Federal  Clean Air Act,
                               sample   or  monitor  at  reasonable   times
                               substances  or parameters for the purpose of
                               assuring compliance  with the Title V permit
                               conditions     or     applicable     federal
                               requirements.
                   413.2.  Schedule of Compliance:  The compliance schedule
                           shall contain a compliance  plan  that  contains
                           the following:
                           a.  A  description  of the compliance status  of
                               the stationary source  with  respect  to all
                               applicable requirements.
                           b.  A description as follows:
                               1.  For  applicable  requirements with which
                                   the source is in compliance, a statement
                                   that the source will  continue to comply
                                   with such requirements.
                               2.  For  applicable requirements  that  will
                                   become  effective  during  the   Title V
                                   permit term, a statement that the source
                                   will  meet such requirements on a timely
                                   basis.  A statement that the source will
                                   meet  in   a  timely  manner  applicable
                                   requirements   that   become   effective
                                   during  the  Title  V  permit term shall
                                   satisfy this provisions,  unless  a more
                                   detailed  schedule is expressly required
                                   by the applicable requirements.
                               3.  For requirements for which the source is
                                   not in compliance  at  the  time  of the
                                   Title  V  permit  issuance,  a narrative
                                   description  of  how  the  source   will
                                   achieve     compliance     with     such
                                   requirements.
                               4.  A  schedule  of  compliance  for sources
                                   that  are  not  in  compliance with  all
                                   applicable requirements  at  the time of
                                   Title V permit issuance.  Such  schedule
                                   shall  include  a  schedule  of remedial
                                   measures,   including   an   enforceable
                                   sequence  of  actions  with  milestones,
                                   leading    to    compliance   with   any
                                   applicable requirements  for  which  the
                                   source  will  be in noncompliance at the
                                   time of Title V  permit  issuance.  This
                                   compliance schedule shall  resemble  and
                                   be   at   least  as  stringent  as  that
                                   contained in any judicial consent decree
                                   or administrative  order  to  which  the
                                   source is subject.  Any such schedule of
                                   compliance shall be supplemental to, and
                                   shall  not  sanction noncompliance with,
                                   the applicable  requirements on which it
                                   is based.
                           c.  A  schedule  for  submission   of  certified
                               progress  reports  no  less frequently  than
                               every 6 months for sources  required to have
                               a   schedule   of   compliance   to   remedy
                               violations.
                           d.  The  compliance  plan  content  requirements
                               specified in this paragraph shall  apply and
                               be  included in the acid rain portion  of  a
                               compliance  plan  for  an  affected  source,
                               except   as   specifically   superseded   by
                               regulations  promulgated  under  Title IV of
                               the Federal Clean Air Act with regard to the
                               schedule and method(s) the source  will  use
                               to  achieve  compliance  with  the acid rain
                               emissions limitations.
                   413.3   Progress Reports:  The permittee shall submit to
                           the   Air  Pollution  Control  Officer  progress
                           reports  on any compliance schedule in the Title
                           V permit at  least  every  six  months  or  more
                           frequently  if required by an applicable federal
                           requirement.   The   progress  reports  must  be
                           certified by the responsible official consistent
                           with Section 304 and shall  contain  all  of the
                           following:
                           a.  Dates    for   achieving   the   activities,
                               milestones,  or  compliance  required in the
                               schedule of compliance, and dates  when such
                               activities,  milestones  or  compliance  are
                               achieved; and
                           b.  An  explanation  of  why  any dates  in  the
                               schedule of compliance were  not or will not
                               be  met,  and  any preventive or  corrective
                               measures adopted.
                   413.4   Compliance Certification:   The  permittee shall
                           submit to the Air Pollution Control  Officer and
                           EPA  on  an  annual basis, unless required  more
                           frequently  by   additional  applicable  federal
                           requirements  such   as  Section  114(a)(3)  and
                           504(b)  (42  U.S.C.  Sections   7414(a)(3)   and
                           7661c(b)   of  the  Federal  Clean  Air  Act,  a
                           certification  of  compliance  by  a responsible
                           official with all terms and conditions contained
                           in   the  Title  V  permit,  including  emission
                           limitations,  standards, or work practices.  The
                           compliance  certification   shall   include  the
                           following:
                           a.  The identification of each term or condition
                               of the Title V permit that is the  basis  of
                               the certification;
                           b.  The compliance status and whether compliance
                               was continuous or intermittent;
                           c.  The   method(s)  used  for  determining  the
                               compliance  status  of the source, currently
                               and over the reporting period;
                           d.  Such  other  facts  as  the   Air  Pollution
                               Control Officer may require to determine the
                               compliance status of the source; and
                           e.  In accordance with Section 305, a method for
                               monitoring the compliance of the  stationary
                               source   with   its  emissions  limitations,
                               standards, and work practices.

              414  Emergency Provisions
                   414.1   Effect   of   an   Emergency:     An   emergency
                           constitutes an affirmative defense  to an action
                           brought  for  noncompliance with such technology
                           based emission  limitations if the conditions of
                           Section 414 are met.
                   414.2   Affirmative  Defense   of   an  Emergency:   The
                           affirmative  defense  of an emergency  shall  be
                           demonstrated     through    properly     signed,
                           contemporaneous   operating   logs,   or   other
                           relevant evidence that:
                           a.  An emergency occurred and that the permittee
                               can identify the cause(s) of the emergency;
                           b.  The permitted facility was at the time being
                               properly operated;
                           c.  During  the  period  of  the  emergency  the
                               permittee  took   all  reasonable  steps  to
                               minimize levels of  emissions  that exceeded
                               the    emission    standards,    or    other
                               requirements in the Title V permit;
                           d.  The   permittee   submitted  notice  of  the
                               emergency  to  the  Air   Pollution  Control
                               Officer within 2 working days  of  the  time
                               when emissions limitations were exceeded due
                               to the emergency.  The notice must contain a
                               description of the emergency, and corrective
                               actions taken.
                   414.3   Burden    of    Proof:    In   any   enforcement
                           proceedings, the  permittee seeking to establish
                           the occurrence of an emergency has the burden of
                           proof.

          500 REPORTING AND RECORDKEEPING

              501  REPORTING REQUIREMENTS:  The  permittee must comply with
                   the following:
                   501.1   The  permittee  must  submit   reports   of  any
                           required  monitoring  at  least  every 6 months.
                           All instances of deviations from Title  V permit
                           conditions   must be clearly identified in  such
                           reports.  All required reports must be certified
                           by  a  responsible   official   consistent  with
                           Section 304.
                   501.2   The  permittee  must  notify  the Air  Pollution
                           Control   Officer   of   any  occurrence   which
                           constitutes an emergency as  defined  in Section
                           212 as soon as reasonably possible, but no later
                           than  one  hour  after  its  detection.  If  the
                           emergency occurs when the Air  Pollution Control
                           Officer cannot be contacted, their report of the
                           emergency  shall be made at the commencement  of
                           the next regular  working day.  The notification
                           shall  identify  the  time,  specific  location,
                           equipment involved,  and to the extent known the
                           cause(s) of the occurrence.
                   501.3   The permittee shall report  within  24  hours of
                           detection any other deviations from the Title  V
                           permit conditions not attributable to emergency.

              502  RECORDKEEPING REQUIREMENTS:
                   502.1   The permittee shall maintain on site, records of
                           operation  for  all  emissions units included in
                           the Title V permit.  The  records  shall contain
                           all  of the following information and  shall  be
                           made available  to  the  Air  Pollution  Control
                           Officer and EPA for review upon request:
                           a.  Monitoring Records:
                               1.  The date, place as defined in the  Title
                                   V   permit,  and  time  of  sampling  or
                                   measurements;
                               2.  The date(s) analyses were performed;
                               3.  The company or entity that performed the
                                   analyses;
                               3.  The  analytical  techniques  or  methods
                                   used;
                               4.  The results of such analyses; and
                               5.  The operating conditions existing at the
                                   time of sampling or measurement.
                   502.2   Recordkeeping  for  process  weight, fuel usage,
                           and operating hours as specified  in the Title V
                           permit conditions.
                   502.3   Retention  of Records:  All required  monitoring
                           data and support information must be kept by the
                           stationary source  for  a  period  of at least 5
                           years  from  the date of the monitoring  sample,
                           measurement, report,  or  application.   Support
                           information   includes   all   calibration   and
                           maintenance records and all original strip-chart
                           recording      for     continuous     monitoring
                           instrumentation,   and  copies  of  all  reports
                           required by the Title V permit.