SDAPCD RULE X-JJJ STDS.OF PERF.FOR PETROLEUM DRY CLEANERS          
LAST REVISED 07/18/89

          
          SUBPART JJJ -   Standards of Performance for Petroleum Dry
                          Cleaners (Adopted 12/15/87; Delegation Effective 
                          7/18/89)


                RULE 260.22.     STANDARDS FOR VOLATILE ORGANIC
                                 COMPOUNDS

                (a)   Each affected petroluem solvent dry cleaning dryer that 
           is installed at a petroluem dry cleaning plant shall be a solvent 
           recovery dryer.  The solvent recovery dryer(s) shall be properly 
           installed, operated, and maintained.

                (b)   (1)  No person shall operate an affected facility 
           unless:

                           (i)   There is not fugitive liquid leak from any
                      portion of the dry cleaning facility.

                           (ii)  Solvents are stored in closed containers 
                      only, which may be equipped with vents approved by the 
                      Air Pollution Control Officer.

                           (iii) All washer lint traps, button traps, access 
                      doors and other parts of the equipment where solvent may 
                      be exposed to the atmosphere are kept closed at all 
                      times except when required for proper operation or 
                      mainenance.

                           (iv)  All wastes contaning petroluem-based organic
                      solvents are stored in sealed metal containers or
                      underground tanks and disposed of in accordance with 
                      State hazardous waste disposal regulations or in a 
                      manner approved by the Air Pollution Control Officer.  
                      Sealed containers other than metal may be used provided 
                      the containers are compatible with the waste and meet 
                      the requirements of the California Department of Health 
                      Services.

                           (v)   All cartridge filters are drained in their 
                      sealed housings for at least 8 hours prior to their 
                      removal.

                      (2)  A person shall not operate an affected facility 
                unless the total emissions of petroluem-based organic solvent 
                to the atmosphere from all drying tumblers and drying 
                cabinets, over each operating day, are reduced by at least 80 
                percent by weight.

                      (3)  A person shall not install and operate a new or
                replacement solvent filter and purification system unless the
                system employs cartridge filters containing paper or carbon or 
                a combination thereof and the system does not include a 
                diatomaceous earth filtering system.