SANTA BARBARA COUNTY AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DISTRICT

RULE 333 - CONTROL OF EMISSIONS FROM RECIPROCATING INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES
(Adopted 12/03/1991, revised 12/10/1991 and 4/17/1997)

A. Applicability

B. Exemptions

C. Definitions

For the purpose of this Rule, the following definitions apply:

D. Requirements - Emission Limits

Owners or operators of engines shall meet the following requirements based on biennial source testing, in accordance with the compliance schedule set forth in Section I:

 

 

Limit (ppmV)

Pollutant 15% Oxygen 3% Oxygen
NOx 50 152
ROC 250 758
CO 4500 13,653
 

 

 

Limit (ppmV)

Pollutant 15% Oxygen 3% Oxygen
NOx 125 380
ROC 750 2275
CO 4500 13,653
 

 

 

Limit (ppmV)

Pollutant 15% Oxygen 3% Oxygen
NOx 50 152
ROC 250 758
CO 4500 13,653
 

 

 

Limit (ppmV)

Pollutant 15% Oxygen 3% Oxygen
NOx 797 2,400
 

E. Requirements - Owner or Operator Engine Inspections

All engines subject to the requirements of Section D shall be inspected by the engine owner or operator in accordance with a District approved engine inspection and maintenance plan for each stationary source which shall meet the following requirements:

F. Requirements - Compliance Plan

A compliance plan shall be submitted in a format approved by the Control Officer in accordance with I.2. or I.3. to the District for each stationary source and shall include:

An owner or operator may modify a compliance plan by submitting a modified plan to the District at least thirty (30) calendar days prior to modifying the equipment, control method or compliance date for any engine. Modification of a compliance plan shall not alter the schedule of controlled horsepower required in Section I.

Approval of a compliance plan does not relieve the owner or operator of engine(s) from the requirements of District Rule 201.

G. Requirements - Testing

H. Recordkeeping

I. Compliance Schedule