(Adopted May 6, 1977)(Amended April 4, 1980)(Amended July 11, 1980)
(Amended July 9, 1982)

RULE 708. PLANS

(a) Definitions:

1.A "Stationary Source Curtailment Plan" is a plan to reduce the emissions of stationary sources as needed to lower the concentrations of ozone, sulfur dioxide and ozone/sulfate.

2.A "Transportation Management Plan" is a plan which will reduce the emissions from use of motor vehicles as needed to lower the concentration of ozone and carbon monoxide. Planned reductions in motor vehicle use shall be achieved with respect to episode stages as follows:

(A) Stage 1 - use of carpooling.

(B) Stage 2 - extensive carpooling and use of mass transportation.

(C) Stage 3 - operate as though the day were a major national holiday and the emergency reduction in public use of vehicles.

(b) The Executive Officer shall order the implementation of the appropriate "Transportation Management Plan" for the predicted episode stage with respect to ozone, ozone/sulfur dioxide and carbon monoxide. For ozone/sulfate episodes, the appropriate "Transportation Management Plan" shall be implemented. For third-stage episodes, Transportation Management Plans will only be implemented upon the Governor's declaration of an air pollution disaster and a state emergency.

(c) The Executive Officer shall order the implementation of the appropriate "Stationary Source Curtailment Plan" as follows:

1.For predicted first-, second-, third-stage ozone episodes, the ozone plan for that stage shall be implemented.

2.For predicted first-, second-, or third-stage ozone/sulfur dioxide episodes, the ozone and sulfur dioxide plans for that stage shall be implemented.

3.For attained (not predicted) first-, second-, or third-stage ozone/sulfur dioxide episodes, the sulfur dioxide plan for that stage shall be implemented.

4.For either predicted or attained first-, second-, or third-stage sulfur dioxide episodes, the sulfur dioxide plan for that stage shall be implemented.

5.For predicted (not attained) ozone/sulfate episodes, the appropriate stage ozone plans and the second-stage sulfur dioxide plans shall be implemented.

For third-stage episodes, Stationary Source Curtailment Plans will only be implemented upon the Governor's declaration of an air pollution disaster and a state of emergency.

(d) Plans shall be submitted to the Executive Officer in accordance with Rules 708.1 and 708.3.

(e) Any person listed in Rule 708.1 shall submit a Stationary Source Curtailment Plan. Any person listed in Rule 708.3(a) or (c) must submit a Transportation Management Plan. Persons listed in Rules 708.1 and 708.3(a) or (c) shall submit plans for stationary source curtailment and transportation management.