SACAQMD RULE 301 PERMIT FEES-STATIONARY SOURCE          
LAST REVISED 06/07/94
          
          SACRAMENTO METROPOLITAN AQMD                RULES AND REGULATIONS
                             RULE 301 PERMIT FEES - STATIONARY SOURCE
                                         Adopted 11-29-71
          (Amended  8-27-85,  10-14-86, 10-27-87, 7-1-88, 7-25-89, 7-24-90,
          10-22-91, 6-7-94)

                                              INDEX


          100 GENERAL
              101  PURPOSE
              102  PUBLIC AGENCIES NOT EXEMPT

          200 DEFINITIONS
              201  CANCELED APPLICATION
              202  CHANGE OF LOCATION
              203  AUTHORITY TO CONSTRUCT FEE
              204  INITIAL PERMIT FEE
              205  PERMIT RENEWAL FEE
              206  MODIFICATION
              207  SOURCE

          300 STANDARDS
              301  AUTHORITY TO CONSTRUCT
              302  INITIAL PERMIT FEE
              303  PERMIT RENEWAL FEE
              304  CANCELLATION OR WITHDRAWAL
              305  REVOCATION
              306  ALTERATIONS,   ADDITIONS,   REVISIONS   OR   CHANGE   IN
                   CONDITIONS
              307  CHANGE IN LOCATION
              308  SCHEDULES FOR INITIAL PERMIT FEE AND PERMIT RENEWAL FEE
              309  PERMIT TO OPERATE GRANTED BY HEARING BOARD
              310  DUPLICATE PERMITS
              311  SOURCE TEST OBSERVATION AND REPORT EVALUATION
              312  ANALYSIS FEES
              313  FEE  FOR  INFORMATION  RELATED  TO  A  SPECIFIC EMISSION
                   SOURCE
              314  TITLE V OPERATING PERMIT FEE

          400 ADMINISTRATIVE REQUIREMENTS
              401  NOTIFICATION OF INITIAL PERMIT FEE OR PERMIT RENEWAL FEE
                   DUE

          500 MONITORING AND RECORDS (NOT INCLUDED)
          
          100 GENERAL

              101  PURPOSE:   To  establish  permit fees to be  charged  to
                   stationary sources subject to Rule 201.

              102  PUBLIC AGENCIES NOT EXEMPT:   Federal,  state  or  local
                   government agencies or public agencies shall pay fees to
                   the extent allowed under Chapter 2, Division 7, Title  1
                   of  the  government  code (commencing with Section 6100)
                   and  Section 42311 of Division   26  of  the  California
                   Health and Safety Code.

          200 DEFINITIONS

              201  CANCELED  APPLICATION:   Any  application which has been
                   withdrawn by the applicant.

              202  CHANGE  OF  LOCATION:   Any  transfer   of  an  existing
                   permitted source from one location to another not on the
                   same property or facility.

              203  AUTHORITY TO CONSTRUCT FEE: A fee for each  authority to
                   construct based on the type and size of the source.

              204  INITIAL  PERMIT  FEE:   A  fee  for each new or modified
                   source based on the type and size of the source.

              205  PERMIT  RENEWAL  FEE:   A fee required  for  the  annual
                   renewal of a permit to operate.

              206  MODIFICATION:   Any  physical   change  in  an  existing
                   facility  or  change in the method  of  operation  which
                   results or may  result in either an increase or decrease
                   in emission of any  air  pollutant  subject  to district
                   control,  or the emission of any such air pollutant  not
                   previously  emitted. The following shall not be regarded
                   as  physical  changes   or  changes  in  the  method  of
                   operation:
                   206.1   Routine maintenance,  repair or replacement with
                           identical or equivalent equipment;
                   206.2   Increased production rate  or increased hours of
                           operation where there is no  increase  in  fixed
                           capital  cost,  unless such production and hours
                           are limited by permit conditions.

              207  SOURCE:  Any operation that  produces  and/or  emits air
                   pollutants.

          300 STANDARDS

              301  AUTHORITY  TO  CONSTRUCT  FEE:   Every applicant for  an
                   authority  to  construct  shall  pay  one  half  of  the
                   estimated initial permit fee in Section 308 of this rule
                   upon filing the application.
                   301.1   Within 30 days of receipt of an application, the
                           Air  Pollution  Control Officer may  notify  the
                           applicant that, due  to  the  complexity  of the
                           application, the permit processing fees shall be
                           based  on the actual hours spent by the District
                           staff  in   evaluating   the   application   and
                           verifying  equipment compliance.  This fee shall
                           be assessed  in  accordance with the hourly rate
                           established  in Section  308.10.  The  applicant
                           shall  deposit  with  the  District  the  amount
                           estimated  by  the Air Pollution Control Officer
                           to be charged for  processing  the  authority to
                           construct,  which said sum is not to exceed  the
                           actual cost of  such  work.  This  estimate  may
                           include  costs associated with planning meetings
                           and/or  design   evaluations   prior  to  actual
                           submission  of  a  complete  application.    The
                           deposit shall be required for the following:
                           a.  Equipment   associated   with   cogeneration
                               projects.
                           b.  Equipment associated with resource  recovery
                               projects.
                           c.  Equipment associated with landfill projects.
                           d.  Equipment associated with power plants.
                           e.  Equipment    involving   the   disposal   by
                               incineration,  or  other thermal process, of
                               hazardous, toxic or infectious waste.
                           f.  Equipment   involving    the   emission   of
                               hazardous or toxic materials.
                           g.  Equipment which is expected to emit 25 tons,
                               or more, per year of any pollutant, or which
                               is expected to increase the emissions of any
                               pollutant from an existing  facility  by  25
                               tons, or more, per year.
                           h.  Any  project  for  which  the  evaluation is
                               expected to take 10 hours or more.

                   The  applicant  may  request a conference with  the  Air
                   Pollution Control Officer  to  review the cost estimate.
                   The   applicant   may  propose  to  provide   additional
                   information with the  application  that would reduce the
                   time  spent  by  the  Air Pollution Control  Officer  in
                   reviewing the application.   The  Air  Pollution Control
                   Officer's cost estimate shall be reduced accordingly.

              302  INITIAL  PERMIT FEE:  Every applicant for  a  permit  to
                   operate shall  pay the initial permit fee in Section 308
                   of this rule for the issuance of a permit to operate. An
                   applicant for an  authority  to construct who has paid a
                   portion of the initial permit  fee  shall be required to
                   pay  only the remaining portion for the  issuance  of  a
                   permit to operate.

              303  PERMIT RENEWAL FEE:  Every holder of a permit to operate
                   shall  pay  a  fee  for  the annual permit renewal.  The
                   permit renewal fee shall be the total of:
                   303.1   The  Permit  Renewal   Fee   indicated   by  the
                           appropriate  schedule  of  Section  308  of this
                           rule, and
                   303.2   The  calculated  fee  for the total tons of each
                           pollutant emitted during the prior calendar year
                           as  indicated  by  the  following   table.   The
                           minimum fee shall be that for one ton  per year.
                           The  total  tons of each pollutant shall be  the
                           actual emission  rounded  up  to  the next whole
                           ton.

                                 Table 303 - 1
                                                Fee Per Ton of Pollutant
                  Pollutant                     Emitted During 12 Month
                                                Period

               Carbon Monoxide (CO)                        $36

               Nitrogen Oxides (NOx)                       $36

               Reactive Organic Gas (ROG)                  $36

               Sulfur Oxides (SOx)                         $36

               Total Suspended Particulate                 $36
               (TSP)


                   303.3   The  holder  of  permits  with  more  than   one
                           anniversary  date  may  request a common renewal
                           date and that fees be prorated as necessary.

              304  CANCELLATION OR WITHDRAWAL:  If the  application  for an
                   authority  to  construct is canceled or denied, the fees
                   paid shall not be  refunded  nor  applied  to  any other
                   application.  Fees paid under Section 301.1 that are not
                   used  prior  to  an  application being withdrawn by  the
                   applicant shall be refunded upon request.

              305  REVOCATION:  If a permit  to  operate  is  revoked,  the
                   permit  renewal  fee  applicable  to that portion of the
                   year  during which the permit is invalid  shall  not  be
                   refunded nor applied to any other application.

              306  ALTERATIONS,   ADDITIONS,   REVISIONS   OR   CHANGE   IN
                   CONDITIONS:
                   306.1   When  an  application  is  filed  for  a  permit
                           involving alterations or additions resulting  in
                           a  change  to any existing equipment for which a
                           permit to operate was granted for such equipment
                           and has not  been  canceled under Section 401 of
                           this rule, the applicant  shall pay a permit fee
                           based  on  the incremental increase  in  rating,
                           capacity or  increase  in  the number of nozzles
                           resulting  from such change in  accordance  with
                           the fee schedule in Section 308 of this rule.
                   306.2   When an application  is  filed for a revision of
                           conditions  on  a  permit  to   operate  or  any
                           alteration  or  addition,  but  no  increase  or
                           change is made in rating, capacity or  number of
                           nozzles, the applicant shall pay a permit fee of
                           $276.

              307  CHANGE OF LOCATION OR OWNERSHIP:  When an application is
                   filed for a permit because the equipment has been  moved
                   to  a  new  location,  or ownership has been transferred
                   from  one person to another  and  a  permit  to  operate
                   granted  for such equipment  has not been canceled under
                   Section 401  of  this  rule,  the  applicant shall pay a
                   permit  fee  equivalent  to the permit  renewal  fee  in
                   Section 303 of this rule.

              308  SCHEDULES FOR INITIAL PERMIT FEE AND PERMIT RENEWAL FEE:
                   308.1   It  is  determined  that  the  cost  of  issuing
                           permits, and of inspections  pertaining  to such
                           issuance  exceeds  the  fees  specified  in this
                           rule.   If   more   than  one  fee  schedule  is
                           applicable to a permit,  the  governing schedule
                           shall be that which results in  the  higher fee.
                           When  a  group  of  machines are included  in  a
                           single permit, the permit  fee shall be based on
                           the total rating of the group.

                   308.2   SCHEDULE 1, ELECTRIC MOTOR HORSEPOWER  SCHEDULE:
                           Any  equipment  using  motors  as a power source
                           shall  be  assessed  a permit fee based  on  the
                           cumulative total rated  horsepower of all motors
                           included,  in  accordance  with   the  following
                           schedule:


                             Horsepower     Initial        Permit Renewal
                                            Permit Fee     Fee

                             Less than 5    $ 384          $ 192

                             5 to 50        $ 768          $ 384

                             50 to 200      $1536          $ 768

                             200 or         $3072          $1536
                             greater


                   308.3   SCHEDULE 2, FUEL BURNING SCHEDULE: Any equipment
                           in  which fuel is burned, with the exception  of
                           incinerators  which  are  covered in Schedule 4,
                           shall be assessed a permit  fee  based  upon the
                           design   fuel   consumption   of  the  equipment
                           expressed in thousands of British  Thermal Units
                           (BTU)  per hour, using gross heating  values  of
                           the  fuel,  in  accordance  with  the  following
                           schedule:


                             Million BTU    Initial        Permit Renewal
                             Per Hour       Permit Fee     Fee

                             Less than 1    $ 192          $  96

                             1 to 10        $ 384          $ 192

                             10 to 50       $ 768          $ 384

                             50 to 100      $1536          $ 768

                             100 or         $3072          $1536
                             greater


                   308.4   SCHEDULE  3,  ELECTRICAL  ENERGY  SCHEDULE:  Any
                           equipment which uses electrical energy, with the
                           exception of motors covered in Schedule 1, shall
                           be assessed a permit fee based on total Kilovolt
                           Ampere  (KVA)  ratings,  in  accordance with the
                           following schedule:


                             Kilovolt       Initial        Permit Renewal
                             Ampere         Permit Fee     Fee

                             Less than 150  $768           $ 384

                             150 or         $3072          $1536
                             greater


                   308.5   SCHEDULE 4, INCINERATOR SCHEDULE:  Any equipment
                           designed  and  used  primarily  to   dispose  of
                           combustible  refuse  by  wholly  consuming   the
                           material  charged  leaving  only  the  ashes  or
                           residue  shall be assessed a permit fee based on
                           the maximum  horizontal  inside  cross sectional
                           area, in square feet, of the primary  combustion
                           chamber,   in   accordance  with  the  following
                           schedule:


                             Area, Square   Initial        Permit Renewal
                             Feet           Permit Fee     Fee

                             Less than 10   $ 768          $ 384

                             10 to 39       $2304          $1152

                             40 to 99       $3072          $1536

                             100 or         $3840          $1920
                             greater


                   308.6   SCHEDULE 5, STATIONARY  CONTAINER  SCHEDULE: Any
                           stationary  tank  reservoir  or other container,
                           with  the exception of permit renewal  fees  for
                           stationary  storage tanks covered in Schedule 6,
                           shall be assessed  a  permit  fee  based  on the
                           capacity  in  gallons,  in  accordance  with the
                           following schedule:


                             Gallons        Initial        Permit Renewal
                                            Permit Fee     Fee

                             Less than      $ 768          $ 384
                             40,000

                             40,000 to      $3072          $1536
                             400,000

                             400,000 or     $3840          $3072
                             greater


                   308.7   SCHEDULE 6, GASOLINE FUELING EQUIPMENT SCHEDULE:
                           Any  gasoline  fueling  equipment  at  a  single
                           location  including  stationary gasoline storage
                           tanks, dispensers, and  vapor  recovery  systems
                           shall be assessed a permit renewal fee based  on
                           the  number  of  gasoline  dispensing nozzles in
                           accordance with the following schedule:


                             Gasoline Nozzles  Initial        Permit Renewal
                                               Permit Fee     Fee

                             Gasoline          $768 minimum   $384 minimum
                             dispensing        at $110 per    at $55 per
                             equipment with    gasoline       gasoline nozzle
                             phase I or phase  nozzle
                             II vapor
                             recovery system


                           The permit renewal fee for a gasoline dispensing
                           facility granted an exemption  for  nozzle vapor
                           recovery by  Rule 449 shall be $138.

                           The initial permit fee for a gasoline dispensing
                           facility   shall   be  reduced  by  $30  if  the
                           underground inspection  is  performed  by a fire
                           department/district   through  the  consolidated
                           inspection program.

                   308.8   SCHEDULE    7,   INTERNAL   COMBUSTION    ENGINE
                           HORSEPOWER   SCHEDULE:   Any   equipment   using
                           internal combustion  engines  as  a power source
                           shall  be  assessed  a permit fee based  on  the
                           cumulative  total  rated   horsepower   of   all
                           internal   combustion   engines   included,   in
                           accordance with the following schedule:


                             Horsepower     Initial        Permit Renewal
                                            Permit Fee     Fee

                             Less than 50   $ 192          $  96

                             50 to 249      $ 384          $ 192

                             250 to 499     $ 768          $ 384

                             499 to 999     $1536          $ 768

                             1000 or        $3072          $1536
                             greater



                   308.9   MISCELLANEOUS  EQUIPMENT: Any equipment which is
                           not included in the preceding schedules shall be
                           assessed an initial  permit  fee  of  $768 and a
                           permit  renewal  fee  of $384.  Not withstanding
                           Section 308.1, standby  and  emergency equipment
                           may be included in this schedule.

                   308.10  SCHEDULE 8, TIME AND MATERIALS LABOR RATE:  This
                           Schedule  shall  only  be  applicable   to  fees
                           required by Section 301.1, and Section 313,  and
                           Section  314.   The  rate for time and materials
                           shall be $64 per hour.

              309  PERMIT TO OPERATE GRANTED BY HEARING  BOARD: If a permit
                   to operate is granted by the Hearing Board  after denial
                   by the Air Pollution Control Officer the applicant shall
                   pay  the  initial permit fee in accordance with  Section
                   308 of this rule.

              310  DUPLICATE PERMITS:   A  request  for  a duplicate permit
                   shall be made in writing by the permittee.  A fee of $12
                   shall be charged for issuing a duplicate permit.

              311  SOURCE TEST OBSERVATION AND REPORT EVALUATION:  A fee of
                   $768 will be charged against the owner or operator  of a
                   source  whenever the Air Pollution Control Officer finds
                   that a source  test is required and must be observed and
                   the report evaluated  by district personnel to determine
                   the actual emissions from  the source for the purpose of
                   issuing or renewing a permit to operate.

              312  ANALYSIS  FEES:  Whenever  the   Air  Pollution  Control
                   Officer finds that an analysis of  the emission from any
                   source is necessary to determine the  extent  and amount
                   of pollutants being discharged into the atmosphere which
                   cannot be determined by visual observation, he may offer
                   the  collection  of  samples  and  the analysis made  by
                   qualified   personnel  of  the  Air  Pollution   Control
                   District. The  time  required  for  collecting  samples,
                   making the analysis and preparing the necessary reports,
                   but  excluding  time required in going to and from  such
                   premises shall be  charged against the owner or operator
                   of said premises in a reasonable sum to be determined by
                   the Air Pollution Control Officer, which said sum is not
                   to  exceed  the actual  cost  of  such  work.   The  Air
                   Pollution Control  Officer  shall  provide the applicant
                   with an estimate of the actual cost  of  such work.  The
                   applicant   may  request  a  conference  with  the   Air
                   Pollution Control  Officer  to review the cost estimate.
                   The   applicant  may  propose  to   provide   additional
                   information  that would reduce the time spent by the Air
                   Pollution Control  Officer  in performing an analysis of
                   the emission from the source.  The Air Pollution Control
                   Officer's cost estimate shall be reduced accordingly.

              313  FEE FOR INFORMATION RELATED TO A SPECIFIC SOURCE: If the
                   Air Pollution Control Officer  finds  that a request for
                   information related to a specific emission source is for
                   a purpose other than obtaining a permit  to construct or
                   a permit to operate for that specific emission source, a
                   fee  may assessed based on the time and materials  labor
                   rate in Section 308.10.

              314  TITLE  V  OPERATING  PERMIT  FEE:   The  fee for (1) the
                   issuance of an initial Title V operating permit, (2) the
                   renewal   of  a  Title  V  operating  permit,  (3)   the
                   modification  of  a  Title  V operating permit or (4) an
                   administrative Title V permit  amendment  shall be based
                   on  the  actual  hours  spent  by the District staff  in
                   evaluating the application and processing  the operating
                   permit.   The  fee shall be assessed in accordance  with
                   the hourly rate established in Section 308.10.

          400 ADMINISTRATIVE REQUIREMENTS

              401  NOTIFICATION OF INITIAL PERMIT FEE OR PERMIT RENEWAL FEE
                   DUE:
                   After the provisions  for  granting permits as set forth
                   in Division 26 of the Health  and  Safety Code and these
                   rules and regulations have been complied  with or on the
                   renewal    date    of   a   permit   to   operate,   the
                   applicant/permittee  will be notified by mail of the fee
                   due and payable and the date the fee is due.  If the fee
                   is not paid by the specified  due date, the fee shall be
                   increased   by   one   half   the   amount    and    the
                   applicant/permittee  shall  be  notified  by mail of the
                   increased fee. If the increased fee is not  paid  within
                   30  days  after  notice  the  application/permit will be
                   canceled and the applicant/permittee will be notified by
                   mail. A canceled application/permit may be reinstated by
                   payment of the applicable permit fee plus fee increases.