SAN DIEGO COUNTY AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DISTRICT

 

RULE 40. PERMIT AND OTHER FEES
(Adopted 5/21/97; Effective 7/1/97) (Rev. Effective 12/17/97)
 

(a) AUTHORITY TO CONSTRUCT AND PERMIT TO OPERATE FEES

Every applicant for an Authority to Construct and/or a Permit to Operate for any article, machine, equipment or other contrivance shall pay an evaluation fee for each permit unit in the amount prescribed in Section (h), except as provided in Subsection (1) below. No application for Authority to Construct or Permit to Operate shall be considered received unless accompanied with the appropriate fee. If a permit applicant certifies to the Air Pollution Control Officer's satisfaction through declaration that it is unable to pay either the full fixed fee for fixed fee applications or the estimated application and first year renewal costs for time and material applications, the District may authorize the applicant to divide the cost into two payments with the second payment due not later than 90 days after filing of the Application for Authority to Construct or Permit to Operate. The applicant will be required to pay any additional administrative costs resulting from this authorization.

For the purpose of this rule, T+M means time and material; T+RN means time and material plus renewal.

Other charges or refunds, if applicable, shall be as prescribed in Subsections (2) through (8) of this section.
 

  1. Reduced Fees for Similar Fee Units at a Single Location

  2. Every applicant for Authorities to Construct and/or Permits to Operate for a series of similar fee units submitted concurrently and located at a single location shall pay the evaluation fee as prescribed in Section (h) for the first unit. For each additional unit, the fee shall be the annual renewal fee listed in Section (h), provided each unit will be operated independently, and the evaluation for an Authority to Construct for the first unit can be applied to the additional units because of similarity in design and operation. If all units cannot be evaluated and inspected for Permits to Operate at the same time the applicant shall pay a reinspection fee in accordance with Subsection (a)(7). The provisions of this subsection shall not apply to Fee Schedules 3 and 26.
 
  1. Review for Compliance with Rules 20.1 through 20.10, Rules 26.0 through 26.10, Regulation X, Regulation XI, Regulation XII, federal National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAPs), and state Air Toxic Control Measures (ATCMs).
  2. The actual cost incurred by the Air Pollution Control District to determine compliance with Rules 20.1 through 20.10, Rules 26.0 through 26.10, Regulation X, Regulation XI, Regulation XII, federal NESHAPs, and state ATCMs shall be paid by the applicant, in addition to other applicable fees prescribed in this rule, if the District evaluation shows that such a determination is required. When notified that such a determination is required, the applicant shall deposit with the Air Pollution Control District the amount estimated to cover the cost of the determination. The cost shall be determined using the application-related labor rates specified in Schedule 94. (Rev. Effective 12/17/97)
 
  1. Review Change of Location
  2. All applications for change of location of an existing permitted article, machine, equipment or other contrivance will be assessed the actual cost incurred by the District to evaluate the change of location, not to exceed the fee found in Column (1) of the appropriate fee schedule less the renewal fee in column (2) previously paid by the applicant. The actual cost incurred shall be determined using the application-related labor rates specified in Schedule 94. In addition, fees as specified in Subsections (a)(2) and (4) shall be paid if appropriate.
 
  1. Review for Compliance with Rule 51
  2. The actual cost incurred by the Air Pollution Control District to determine compliance with Rule 51 shall be paid by the applicant in addition to other applicable fees prescribed in this rule, if the basic evaluation shows that such a determination is required. When notified that such a determination is required, the applicant shall deposit with the Air Pollution Control District the amount estimated by the District to cover the cost of the determination. The cost shall be determined using the application-related labor rates specified in Schedule 94.
 
  1. Amendments to an Authority to Construct Application
  2. In accordance with Regulation II, an applicant may request written authorization to alter the proposed design and/or operational characteristics of a specified permit unit before work has begun on the Permit to Operate evaluation. The applicant shall pay the actual cost incurred by the District to evaluate the impact of the alteration not to exceed the value found in Column (1) of the applicable schedule of Section (h). When an additional fee is required, the applicant shall deposit with the Air Pollution Control District the amount estimated to cover the cost of the additional evaluation. The estimate and the actual cost incurred by the District shall be determined using the application-related labor rates specified in Schedule 94. In addition, fees as specified in Subsections (a)(2) and (4) shall be paid if appropriate.
 
  1. Alteration, Operational Change or Replacement Involving an Existing Permit Unit

  2. Every applicant for an Authority to Construct and/or Permit to Operate involving the alteration of, an addition to, or a change in the permit conditions of any existing article, machine, equipment or other contrivance for which a Permit to Operate has been issued, shall deposit with the Air Pollution Control District the amount estimated to cover the cost of the evaluation. The estimate and the actual cost shall be determined by using the application-related labor rates specified in Schedule 94, not to exceed the value found in Column (1) of the applicable schedule of Section (h).
 
  1. Reinspection Fees
  2. If, during an inspection for a Permit to Operate, a permit unit cannot be evaluated, due to circumstances beyond the control of the Air Pollution Control District, the applicant shall pay the actual cost of a reinspection. The cost shall be determined using the application-related labor rates specified in Schedule 94.
 
  1.  Refunds, Forfeitures and Insufficient Payment of Fees
  2. If an applicant withdraws an application before an engineering evaluation has been started, a full refund, less a $37 processing and handling fee, shall be made to the applicant upon request. (Rev. Effective 12/17/97)
 

    An applicant may appeal, directly to the Air Pollution Control Officer, any fee based on actual costs in Subsections (a)(2), (4), (5), (6) and (7) and the applicable time and material (T+M) portions of Section (h). Such appeal shall be in the form of a letter and shall specifically state the basis of the appeal.

    If an applicant has not applied for a refund within six months after notification has been made of eligibility for a refund, all rights to such refund shall be forfeited.

(b) ANNUAL RENEWAL FEES

An annual renewal fee shall be paid in the amount prescribed in Section (h) by any person who is required to apply for annual renewal of a permit or temporary authorization to operate pursuant to Rule 10(h). In order to effect a staggered renewal schedule as authorized by Rule 10(h), Permits to Operate may be issued or renewed for periods less than twelve months in increments of one month. When the renewal date is changed the renewal fee shall be prorated.

If a permittee certifies to the Air Pollution Control Officer's satisfaction through declaration that payment in full of permit to operate renewal fees would result in undue financial hardship, the District may negotiate an amended fee payment schedule, provided that the amended schedule includes reimbursing the District for any increased costs of processing the extra payments. Failure to make any payments by any negotiated due date may result in penalties as otherwise authorized in Rule 40 and/or cancellation of the permit.

If the Air Pollution Control Officer finds that the activities of any one company would cause an increase of at least ten percent in any specific fee schedule, the Air Pollution Control Officer may delete the cost incurred as a result of that company from the cost data used to determine the fee schedule. A specific fee schedule for the company shall be developed, in this case, to recover the District cost in connection with that company's activities. The specific fee schedule developed in this case shall be submitted to the Air Pollution Control Board for consideration and adoption.

If the Air Pollution Control Officer determines that a person has under-reported material usage, emissions or other information necessary for emissions inventory, and such under-reporting has led to an air contaminant emissions fee less than what would have been due if correct usage, emissions or other information had been reported, then the person shall pay the difference between the original and corrected air contaminant emissions fee plus a charge equal to 30 percent of the difference. Such charge shall not apply if the permittee demonstrates to the Air Pollution Control Officer's satisfaction that the under-reporting was the result of inadvertent error or omission which the permittee took all reasonable steps to avoid. If the amount due is not paid within 60 days of the due date, a late fee equal to 30 percent of the amount due shall be added, and an additional 10 percent added for each subsequent calendar month or portion thereof. In no case shall the late fee exceed 100 percent of the applicable fees.

(c) TRANSFER OF PERMITS

An applicant for the transfer of Permit(s) to Operate at a single location from one person to another or for inclusion or removal of any person(s) from the Permit(s) to Operate shall pay a fee of $35, and shall supply proof of entitlement to operate provided no alteration, addition, or change in location has been made to the permit item on the application.

If, after an Authority to Construct has been issued and before a Permit to Operate has been granted, another person is designated to be the permittee, that person shall submit an application for Permit to Operate and pay the refundable portion of the initial application fee as determined from Subsection (a)(8) provided that construction will be made in accordance with the Authority to Construct that was previously issued.

(d) RESERVED

(e) RENEWAL OF AN EXPIRED PERMIT TO OPERATE AND REINSTATEMENT OF A RETIRED PERMIT TO OPERATE

  1. Renewal of an Expired Permit to Operate
  2. An applicant for renewal of a Permit to Operate which has expired because of nonpayment of an annual renewal fee shall pay the applicable annual renewal fee as prescribed in Section (h) plus the following late fees if the permit is renewed more than 30 days after the permit expiration date:

      (i) 30 percent of the applicable annual renewal fee, not to exceed $250 beginning the calendar month following the expiration date; and

      (ii) 10 percent of the annual renewal fee for each additional calendar month, or portion thereof, until the date the application for renewal is received by the District.

    The provisions of this Section are only applicable within the six-month period specified in Rule 10(h) of these Rules and Regulations. Any Permit to Operate not renewed within six months of the date the Permit to Operate expired will be retired.
     
     
  3. Reinstatement of a Retired Permit to Operate
  4. An applicant for reinstatement of a retired Permit to Operate may request reinstatement within the first six (6) months of retirement by:

      (i) Providing the District with a written request to reinstate the retired Permit to Operate.

      (ii) Pay an administrative fee in the amount of $35.

      (iii) Pay the prescribed late fees as specified in (1) above. In no case shall the late fee exceed 100 percent of the applicable fees.

    The applicant shall also pay any relocation, transfer of Permit to Operate, or other fees that may be applicable.
(f) REQUEST FOR A DUPLICATE

A fee of $11 shall be charged for a duplicate of a Permit to Operate.

(g) NEW OR MODIFIED POWER PLANTS

The Air Pollution Control Officer, pursuant to Section 25538 of the Public Resources Code, shall apply for reimbursement of all costs, including lost fees, incurred in order to comply with the provisions of Rule 20.5, Power Plants. Costs shall be determined in accordance with the applicable provisions of this rule.

(h)EVALUATION FEE SCHEDULES

Pursuant to Sections (a), (b), (c) and/or (h), fees shall be determined from the fee schedules and Section (r), related emissions fee: Column (1) of the fee schedules is the per unit fee for Authority to Construct, Permit to Operate and the first year's District enforcement after equipment operation is authorized by the District; Column (2) is the annual Permit to Operate per unit renewal fee, and is also applicable to any article, machine, equipment or other contrivance operating pursuant to a temporary authorization to operate, based on the effective date of the first temporary authorization to operate, unless an alternative date is agreed to by the applicant and the Air Pollution Control Officer. Pursuant to Section (r), the appropriate air contaminant emissions fee shall be determined for each permitted stationary source. This fee shall be added to and paid concurrent with the Column (1) fees for new permitted stationary sources, and the Column 2 fees for existing permitted stationary sources, and the aggregate of such fees shall constitute the total fee to be paid.

Where a fee is for equipment not specified in the fee schedules, the fees will be determined on a case-by-case basis as specified in the miscellaneous fee schedule, Schedule 91. Where an initial Authority to Construct and Permit to Operate fee is not specified in Column (1) of the schedules, the fee shall be the sum of the annual per unit renewal fee specified in Column (2) and the actual Authority to Construct and Permit to Operate evaluation cost determined using the application-related labor rates specified in Schedule 94. Where an annual per unit renewal fee is not specified in Column (2) of the schedules, the fee shall be the sum of the cost determined using the permit-related labor rates in Schedule 94 plus the air contaminant emissions fee based on Section (r).

(i) RESERVED

(j) TOXIC AIR CONTAMINANTS FEE

The owner or operator of a permitted source which emits toxic air contaminants as identified pursuant to the procedures set forth in Sections 39660, 39661, and 39662 of the Health and Safety Code, shall pay an annual fee to the District to cover the anticipated costs of funding District activities mandated by Section 39666 of the Health and Safety Code. The amount of the fee shall be determined on the basis of Time and Materials full cost labor rates in accordance with Schedule 94 of this rule.

(k) AIR POLLUTION EMERGENCY EPISODE PLAN FEE

The owner or operator of a facility for which a plan or plan update is required pursuant to Regulation VIII of the Rules and Regulations of the Air Pollution Control District shall pay to the District a fee of $142 for the evaluation of each plan or plan update for each facility.

The fees required by this rule shall be due at the time the plan is required pursuant to Regulation VIII of the Rules and Regulations of the Air Pollution Control District. If the appropriate fee is not paid within 60 days of the due date, a late fee equal to 30 percent of the applicable fee shall be added. An additional late fee of 10 percent of the applicable fee shall be added for each subsequent calendar month, or portion thereof.

(l) ASBESTOS DEMOLITION OR RENOVATION OPERATION PLAN

The owner or operator of a demolition or renovation operation to which Regulation XI Subpart M (NESHAPS) of the Rules and Regulations of the Air Pollution Control District apply, shall pay to the District a fee of $175 for the evaluation of each required plan (Notice of Intention) to demolish or renovate and $35 for each revision thereof.

The fees required by this rule shall be due at the time the asbestos control plan is received pursuant to Regulation XI Subpart M (NESHAPS). Plans or revisions thereof will not be considered received unless accompanied with the required fee.

(m) AIR TOXICS "HOT SPOTS" PROGRAM

The owner or operator of a facility who has been identified by the District as being subject to the requirements of Health and Safety Code Section 44300 et seq. (the Air Toxics "Hot Spots" Information and Assessment Act ), shall pay all applicable fees, as specified below, to the District within 60 days of receipt of notice by the District of required fees. Failure to submit the fees within 60 days of the notice will result in a late fee equal to 30 percent of the applicable fees, not to exceed $250. An additional late fee of 10 percent of the applicable fees shall be added for each subsequent calendar month, or portion thereof, the payment of fees is late. In no case shall the late fee exceed 100 percent of the applicable fees.

  1. Each facility owner or operator shall pay an annual District Air Toxics Hot Spots program fee as follows:
  2. For the purposes of this section:

      (i) Complex facilities are those facilities determined by the District as consisting of more than five different toxic air contaminant emitting processes.

      (ii) Intermediate facilities are those facilities determined by the District as consisting of three, four, or five different toxic air contaminant emitting processes.

      (iii) Simple II facilities are those facilities determined by the District as consisting of two different toxic air contaminant emitting processes.

      (iv) Simple I facilities are those facilities determined by the District as consisting of one toxic air contaminant emitting process.

      (v) Industry-wide survey facilities are those facilities identified by the District as subject to the requirements of the Air Toxics "Hot Spots" program and having received an "Industry-wide Emissions Inventory Form" from the District.

  3. The owner or operator of a facility determined by the District, on or before June 30, 1997, to meet the criteria in Health and Safety Code Section 44344.4, or a facility which qualifies for exclusion from the ARB Fee Schedule pursuant to California Code of Regulations, Title 17, Section 90702, subsection (b)(2), or a "tracking facility" as defined in California Code of Regulations, Title 17, Section 90701, subsection (ag) shall pay a program fee for FY 1996-97 equal to one-half of the otherwise applicable fee specified in Subsection (m)(1) of this rule. This provision shall not apply to a facility that has been required to submit, or has opted to submit, a public health risk assessment or updated public health risk assessment under the District Air Toxics "Hot Spots" program on or after July 1, 1996.
  4. The owner or operator of a facility identified by the District as subject to any of the following site-specific program requirements shall pay an annual site-specific program fee in addition to the annual fee specified in Subsection (m)(1).
    1. (i) Toxic air contaminant emissions source testing when necessary to determine emissions for inclusion in a toxic air contaminant emissions inventory.

      (ii) Public health risk assessment or updated public health risk assessment pursuant to Health and Safety Code Section 44360 et seq. or Rule 1210 of these rules and regulations.

      (iii) Public notification of public health risks pursuant to Health and Safety Code Section 44362 or Rule 1210 of these rules and regulations.

      (iv) Facility toxic air contaminant risk reduction audit and plan pursuant to Health and Safety Code Section 44390 or Rule 1210 of these rules and regulations.

    The amount of the site-specific program fee shall be equal to the actual costs incurred by the District associated with the site-specific program requirements for each affected facility. The costs shall be determined using the full cost labor rates specified in Schedule 94 of this rule and the Air Toxics "Hot Spots" program multipliers of 1.044.
  5. In addition to the fees specified in Subsections (m)(1), (2) and (3), the owner or operator of a facility subject to the requirements of Health and Safety Code Section 44300 et. seq. shall pay an annual fee for the recovery of State program costs. The amount of the annual State program fee for each facility, facility type, or relevant facility category shall be determined by the District in accordance with the procedures and methodology used to develop the state Air Toxics Hot Spots Fee Regulation approved by the Air Resources Board and contained in Title 17, California Code of Regulations, Section 90700 et. seq.
(n) RESERVED

(o) CALIFORNIA CLEAN AIR ACT

The owner or operator of a stationary source who is required by Title 17, California Code of Regulations, Section 90800 et seq. to pay a fee adopted by the Air Resources Board shall pay the required fee to the District within 60 days of receipt of the notice. Failure to submit the fee within 60 days of the notice will result in a late fee equal to 30 percent of the applicable fee. An additional late fee of 10 percent of the applicable fee shall be added for each subsequent calendar month. In no case shall the late fee exceed 100 percent of the fee.

(p) COOLING TOWER FEES

The owner or operator of any stationary source for which a plan is required pursuant to Rule 1202 of the Rules and Regulations of the Air Pollution Control District shall pay to the District a fee of $37 for the evaluation of each plan as well as $21 for each cooling tower described in the plan.

The fees required by this rule shall be due at the time the plan is received. If the appropriate fee is not paid within 60 days of the due date, a late fee equal to 30 percent of the applicable fee shall be added to the plan review fee. An additional late fee of 10 percent of the applicable fee shall be added for each subsequent calendar month, or portion thereof.

Whenever the Air Pollution Control Officer finds that it is necessary for the Air Pollution Control District to collect a sample(s) of the cooling tower circulating water for offsite analysis, the cost of analysis shall be paid by the source. The cost shall be equal to the cost determined by using the full cost labor rates specified in Schedules 94 and the actual cost of collection and analysis of the sample(s).

(q) CERTIFICATION OF EQUIPMENT

Every applicant who applies for certification of equipment shall deposit with the Air Pollution Control District the amount estimated to cover the cost of review and certification. The estimate and the actual cost shall be determined by using application-related labor rates specified in Schedule 94.

(r) AIR CONTAMINANT EMISSIONS FEE

The Air Contaminant Emissions Fee is a single, source-specific fee collected simultaneously with, and considered a part of the per unit application fee(s) from Column (1) of the fee schedules, for the first permit(s) to operate at new permitted stationary sources, and the annual renewal per unit fee(s) from Column (2) for existing permitted stationary sources, as specified in Section (h). Except as otherwise provided in this section, no air contaminant emissions fee shall be collected simultaneously with or be considered a part of the application fee for the addition of units to an existing permitted stationary source that has paid an air contaminant emissions fee as part of the most recent renewal of the current permit(s) to operate.

For the purposes of this section, the definitions in Rule 20.1 apply. This section applies to both existing and new stationary sources. For new stationary sources, the District shall determine the applicability of Subsections (1) or (2) based upon actual expected air contaminant emissions from the stationary source as estimated by the District, for the calendar year in which the permit to operate for the source is issued. If the actual expected air contaminant emissions of carbon monoxide, oxides of nitrogen, oxides of sulfur, particulate matter (PM10) or volatile organic compounds equal or exceed 10 tons for that calendar year, the air contaminant emissions fee shall be based on such expected emissions. This initial fee shall continue until revised to reflect District approved emissions inventory data when such data is available for the stationary source.

  1. The owner or operator of a stationary source from which the emissions of either carbon monoxide, oxides of nitrogen, oxides of sulfur, particulate matter (PM10) or volatile organic compounds equal or exceed 10 tons in the calendar year for which the most recent District approved emissions inventory data exists shall pay a source-specific annual air contaminant emissions fee. The amount of the fee shall be based on the aggregate emissions of carbon monoxide, oxides of nitrogen, oxides of sulfur, particulate matter (PM10) and volatile organic compounds from the stationary source in the calendar year for which the most recent District approved emissions inventory data exists, and an air contaminant emissions fee rate of $69 per ton.
  2. The owner or operator of a stationary source that is not subject to the source-specific annual air contaminant emissions fee prescribed in Subsection (1) above, shall pay an annual source category emissions fee. The amount of the fee shall be as follows, based on the fee schedule that is most representative of the nature of the activities at the stationary source:

  3. Where more than one source category description or fee schedule applies, and it cannot be determined which is most representative of the nature of the activities at a stationary source, the single source category description or fee schedule that results in the maximum annual emissions fee shall apply for purposes of this section.

(s) TITLE V OPERATING PERMIT FEES

The owner or operator of a stationary source for which a federal operating permit is required pursuant to Regulation XIV (Title V Operating Permits) of these Rules and Regulations shall pay a fee sufficient to recover the actual costs incurred by the Air Pollution Control District to review, evaluate and act upon applications for enhanced Authorities to Construct initial permits, permit amendments, permit modifications, permit revisions, permit reopening and permit renewals. The costs shall be determined using the application-related labor rates specified in Schedule 94, except that the costs associated with annual permit renewals shall be determined using the permit-related labor rates specified in Schedule 94. When required to apply for an initial Title V permit pursuant to Regulation XIV, the owner or operator of a stationary source shall pay an additional base fee of $2200 for each stationary source, plus the cost recovery fee specified above.

The Title V operating permit fee shall be in addition to other applicable fees prescribed in this rule. The actual costs shall be the additional costs that the Air Pollution Control Officer determines are not otherwise recovered by other applicable fees prescribed in this rule. When required to submit an application for, or regarding, a Title V operating permit, the applicant shall deposit with the Air Pollution Control District the amount estimated to cover the cost of reviewing, evaluating and acting upon the application.

(t) SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA OZONE STUDY DATA COLLECTION FEE

The Southern California Ozone Study (SCOS) Fee will fund the stationary source share of the cost of extensive data collection and analysis efforts to enhance and support the District's case that ozone transport from Los Angeles to San Diego is a major source of ozone pollution in the region. The study will be completed in Fiscal Year 97-98. This special fee will be collected from stationary sources for one year only. It will be apportioned to all stationary sources in a manner similar to the Air Contaminants Emission Fee Section (r) of this rule. At the end of the stated one year, this fee will expire.

  1. The owner or operator of a stationary source from which the emissions of either carbon monoxide, oxides of nitrogen, oxides of sulfur, particulate matter (PM10) or volatile organic compounds equal or exceed 10 tons in the calendar year for which the most recent District approved emissions inventory data exists shall pay a source-specific SCOS Fee. The amount of the fee shall be based on the aggregate emissions of carbon monoxide, oxides of nitrogen, oxides of sulfur, particulate matter (PM10) and volatile organic compounds from the stationary source in the calendar year for which the most recent District approved emissions inventory data exists, at a rate of $23 per ton/per year for one year.
  2. The owner or operator of a stationary source that is not subject to the source-specific SCOS fee prescribed in Subsection (1) above shall pay a SCOS fee based on the following fee schedule for a period of one year. Sources will pay the fee based on the source category description that is most representative of the nature of the activities at the stationary source:

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Where more than one source category description or fee schedule applies, and it cannot be determined which is most representative of the nature of the activities at a stationary source, the single source category description or fee schedule that results in the maximum SCOS fee shall apply for purposes of this section.
 
 
 
INDEX OF FEE SCHEDULES
Schedule 1: Abrasive Blasting Equipment Excluding Rooms and Booths 

(a) Pot 100 Pounds Capacity or Larger with no Peripheral Equipment 

(b) Pot 100 Pounds Capacity or Larger Loaded Pneumatically or from Storage Hoppers 

(c) Bulk Abrasive Blasting Material Storage System 

(d) Spent Abrasive Handling System

Schedule 2: Abrasive Blasting Cabinets, Rooms and Booths 

(a) Abrasive Blasting Cabinet, Room or Booth 

(b) Cabinet, Room or Booth with an Abrasive Transfer or Recycle System

Schedule 3: Asphalt Roofing Kettles and Tankers used to Store Heat, Transport, and Transfer Hot Asphalt 

(a) Kettle or Tanker with Capacity Greater than 85 Gallons 

(b) Kettle or Tanker with Capacity Greater than 85 Gallons and Requiring Emission Control Equipment

Schedule 4: Hot-Mix Asphalt Paving Batch Plants
Schedule 5: Rock Drills 

(a) Drill with Water Controls 

(b) Drill with Controls other than Water

Schedule 6: Sand, Rock, and Aggregate Screens, when not used in Conjunction with other Permit Items in these schedules
Schedule 7: Sand, Rock, and Aggregate Plants 

(a) Crusher System 

(b) Screening System 

(c) Loadout System 

(d) Aggregate Dryer System

Schedule 8: Concrete Batch Plants, Concrete Mixers Over One Cubic Yard Capacity and Separate Cement Silo System. 

(a) Concrete Batch Plant (including Cement-Treated Base Plants) 

(b) Mixer over One Cubic Yard Capacity 

(c) Cement or Fly Ash Silo System not part of another system requiring a permit

Schedule 9: Concrete Product Manufacturing Plants
Schedule 10: Brick Manufacturing Plants 

(a) Clay Batching and Extruding System 

(b) Crusher-Screen System 

(c) Kiln

Schedule 11: Tire Buffers
Schedule 12: Fish Canneries and Smoke Houses 

(a) Dryer (also called Meal Drying and Grinding System) 

(b) Precooker 

(c) Vat and Vibrating Screen System 

(d) Scrap Cooker and Grinder System 

(e) Cooker 

(f) Dry Pet Food Processing System 

(g) Digester Tank 

(h) Smoke House 

(i) Loadout System

Schedule 13: Boilers and Heaters 

(a) 1 MM BTU/HR up to but not including 50 MM BTU/HR Input 

(b) 50 MM BTU/HR up to but not including 250 MM BTU/HR Input 

(c) 250 MM BTU/HR up to 1050 MM BTU/HR Input or up to but not including 100 Megawatt Gross Output whichever is Greater (Based on an Average Boiler Efficiency of 32.5%) 

(d) 100 Megawatt Gross Output or Greater (Based on an Average Boiler Efficiency of 32.5%) 

(e) reserved 

(f) 1 MM BTU/HR up to but not including 50 MM BTU/HR Input at a Single Site where more than 5 such Units are Located 

(g)Notice of Intention - 250 MM BTU/HR up to 1050 BTU/HR or up to but not including 100 Megawatt Output 

(h) Notice of Intention - Each 100 Megawatt Output or Greater

Schedule 14: Non-Municipal Incinerators 

(a) Waste Burning Capacity up to and including 100 LBS/HR 

(b) Waste Burning Capacity Greater than 100 LBS/HR 

(c) Burning Capacity up to and including 50 LBS/HR used exclusively for the Incineration or Cremation of Animals 

(d) Emission Controls or Modifications

Schedule 15: Burn Out Ovens 

(a) Electric Motor/Armature Refurbishing Oven 

(b) Wire Reclamation Oven 

(c) IC Engine Parts Refurbishing Unit

Schedule 16: Core and Plastics Annealing/Softening Ovens 

(a) Core Oven 

(b) Plastic Annealing/Softening Ovens

Schedule 17: Brake Debonders
Schedule 18: Metal Melting Devices 

(a) Sweat Furnace 

(b) Electric Arc Furnace 

(c) Pit or Stationary Crucible 

(d) Pot Furnace 

(e) Induction Furnace 

(f) Cupola 

(g) Reverberatory Furnace 

(h) Brass Metal Melting Furnace - U.S. Navy

Schedule 19: Oil Quenching and Salt Baths
Schedule 20: Gas Turbine Engines, Test Cells and Test Stands 

gas turbine, turboshaft, turbojet & turbofan engine test cells and stands 

(a)Aircraft Propulsion Turbine, Turboshaft, Turbojet or Turbofan Engine Test Cell or Stand 

(b)Aircraft Propulsion Test Cell or Stand at a Facility where more than one such Unit is located 

(c)Non-Aircraft Turbine Test Cell or Test Stand 

Gas turbine engines 

(d)Non-Aircraft Turbine Engine 1 MM BTU/HR up to but not including 50 MM BTU/HR input 

(e)Non-Aircraft Turbine Engine 50 MM BTU/HR up to but not including 250 MM BTU/HR input 

(f)Non-Aircraft Turbine Engine 250 MM BTU/HR or greater input 

(g)Unit used solely for Peak Load Electric Generation 

(h)Standby Gas Turbines used for Emergency Power Generation

Schedule 21: Waste Disposal and Reclamation Units 

(a) Paper or Wood Shredder or Hammermill Grinder 

(b) Metal Shredder 

(c) Garbage and Refuse Shredder 

(d) Air Classifier 

(e) Dryer

Schedule 22: Feed and Grain Mills and Kelp Processing Plants 

(a) Receiving System (includes Silos) 

(b) Grinder, Cracker, or Roll Mill 

(c) Shaker Stack, Screen Set, Pelletizer System, Grain Cleaner, or Hammermill 

(d) Mixer System 

(e) Truck or Rail Loading System

Schedule 23: Bulk Terminal Grain and Dry Chemical Transfer and Storage Facility Equipment 

(a) Receiving System (Railroad, Ship and Truck Unloading) 

(b) Storage Silo System 

(c) Loadout Station System 

(d) Belt Transfer Station

Schedule 24: Dry Chemical Mixing and Detergent Spray Towers 

(a) Grain Mixing System (Includes Receiving, Transfer, Mixing or Blending, Storage, and Loadout Bagging) 

(b) Detergent Spray Tower 

(c)Dry Chemical Mixers with capacity over One-Half Cubic Yard

Schedule 25: Volatile Organic Compound Terminals, Bulk Plants and Intermediate Refueler Facilities 

PART 1 - BULK PLANTS AND BULK TERMINALS EQUIPPED WITH OR PROPOSED TO BE EQUIPPED WITH A VAPOR PROCESSOR 

(a)Per Tank 

(b)Tank Rim Seal Replacement 

(c)Per Truck Loading Head 

(d)Per Vapor Processor 

PART 2 - BULK PLANTS NOT EQUIPPED WITH OR NOT PROPOSED TO BE EQUIPPED WITH A VAPOR PROCESSOR 

(e) Per Tank 

(f) Per Truck Loading Head 

(g) reserved 

PART 3 - FACILITIES FUELING INTERMEDIATE REFUELERS (IR) FOR SUBSEQUENT FUELING OF MOTOR VEHICLES, BOATS OR AIRCRAFT 

(h) Per IR Loading Connector

Schedule 26: Non-Bulk Volatile Organic Compound Dispensing Facilities Subject to District Rules 61.0 thru 61.6 

(a) Phase I and Phase II Vapor Recovery Facility 

(b) Replacement or Addition of Tanks at a Permitted Facility 

(c) Facilities where only Phase I controls are required 

(d) Addition of Nozzles at Permitted Facilities where Phase II is required 

(e) Non-Retail Facilities with 260-550 Gallon Tanks and no otherNon-Bulk Gasoline Dispensing Permits

Schedule 27: Application of Materials Containing Organic Solvents (includes coatings, adhesives, and other materials containing volatile organic compounds) 

PART 1 - MARINE COATINGS 

(t) Marine Coating Application at Facilities where combined coating, adhesive andcleaning solvents usage is <3 gallons per day and <100 gallons per year 

(a) Marine Coating Application at Facilities emitting < 10 Tons/Year Organic Compounds from Marine Coating Operations 

(b) Marine Coating Application at Facilities emitting 10 or more Tons/Year Organic Compounds from Marine Coating Operations 

(c) Each additional Marine Coating Permit Unit 

PART 2 - INDUSTRIAL MATERIAL APPLICATIONS AND MANUFACTURING 

(d) Surface Coating or Adhesive Application Station using > 1 gallon/day without Control Equipment and not covered by other Fee Schedules at Facilities emitting < 5 Tons/Year 

(e) Surface Coating or Adhesive Application Station without Control Equipment and not covered by other Fee Schedules at Facilities emitting 5 or more Tons/Year 

(f) Fiberglass, Plastic or Foam Product Process Line at Facilities emitting < 10 Tons/Year from these types of operations 

(g) Fiberglass, Plastic or Foam Product Process Line at Facilities emitting 10 or more Tons/Year from these types of operations 

(h) reserved 

(i) Surface Coating Application Station requiring Control Equipment 

(j) Surface Coating Application Station Subject to Rules 67.3 or 67.9 without Control Equipment at Facilities emitting < 5 Tons/Year 

(k) Surface Coating Application Station Subject to Rules 67.3 or 67.9 without Control Equipment at Facilities emitting 5 or more Tons/Year 

(l) Wood Products Coating Application Station without Control Equipment at a Facility emitting < 5 Tons/Year and using > 500 Gallons/Year 

(m) Wood Products Coating Application Station without Control 

Equipment at a Facility emitting 5 or more Tons/Year 

(n) Press or Operation at a Printing or Graphic Arts Facility subject to Rule 67.16 

(o) Union Tribune Publishing Graphic Arts Operation 

(p) Surface Coating or Adhesive Application Station without Control Equipment where combined coating, adhesive, and cleaning solvent usage is <1 gallon per day or <50 gallons per year 

(q) Wood Products Coating Application Station without Control Equipment 

at a facility using 500 gallons or less per year

Schedule 28: Vapor and Cold Solvent Cleaning Operations and Metal Inspection Tanks 

(a) Vapor Degreaser (> 5 sq. ft.) 

(b) Cold Solvent Degreaser (> 5 sq. ft.) 

(c) Corrosion Control Carts 

(d) Paint Stripping Tanks 

(e) Vapor Phase Solder Reflow Unit 

(f) Remote Reservoir Cleaners 

(g) Coating Application Equipment Cleaners 

(h) Vapor Degreaser (< 5 sq. ft) 

(I) Cold Solvent Degreaser (< 5 sq. ft) 

(j) Metal Inspection Tanks 

(k) Contract Service Remote Reservoir Cleaners 

(l) Small Contract Service Cold Degreasers (< 5 sq. ft) 

(m) Facility-Wide Solvent Application Operations 

(n) Contract Services Coating Application Equipment Cleaners

Schedule 29: Solder Levelers and Hydrosqueegees
Schedule 30: Kelp and Biogum Products Solvent Dryer
Schedule 31: Dry Cleaning Facilities 

(a)Facility using Halogenated Hydrocarbon Solvents required to install Control Equipment 

(b)Facility using Petroleum Based Solvents 

(c)Facility using Solvents not required to install Control Equipment 

(d)RESERVED

Schedule 32: Acid Chemical Milling, Copper Etching and Hot Dip Galvanizing 

(a)Copper Etching Tank 

(b)Acid Chemical Milling Tank 

(c)Hot Dip Galvanizing Tank

Schedule 33: Can and Coil Manufacturing and Coating Operations 

SCHEDULE 33: Can and Coil Manufacturing and Coating Operations 

(a) Process Line Applying 1000 Gallons or More Per Year 

(b) Research and Development Coil Coating Line 

(c) Process Line Applying <1000 Gallons Per Year

Schedule 34: Piston Type Internal Combustion Engines 

(a) Cogeneration Engine with In-Stack Emission Controls 

(b) Cogeneration Engine with Engine Design Emission Controls 

© Emergency Standby Engine (for electrical or fuel interruptions beyond control of Permittee 

(d) Engine for Non-Emergency and Non-Cogeneration Operation 

(e) Grouping of Engines (> 200 Horsepower) for Dredging or Crane Operation 

(f) Diesel Pile-Driving Hammer 

(g) Engine for Non-Emergency and Non-Cogeneration Operation (< 200 Horsepower)

Schedule 35: Bulk Flour, Powered Sugar and Dry Chemical Storage System
Schedule 36: Grinding Booths and Rooms
Schedule 37: Plasma Electric and Ceramic Deposition Spray Booths
Schedule 38: Paint, Stain, Ink, Solder Paste, and Dielectric Paste Manufacturing 

(a) Paint, Stain or Ink Manufacturing Lines Producing ³10,000 Gallons 

(b) Can Filling Lines 

(c) Each Process Line for Solder Paste or Dielectric Paste Manufacturing 

(d) Paint, Stain or Ink Manufacturing Lines Producing <10,000 Gallons

Schedule 39: Precious Metals Refining
Schedule 40: Asphalt Pavement Heaters/Recyclers
Schedule 41: Perlite Processing
Schedule 42: Electronic Component Manufacturing 

(a) Electronic Manufacturing Operations 

(b)Electronic Manufacturing Screen Printing 

(c)Electronic Manufacturing Coating/Maskant Application Excluding Conformal Operations 

(d) Electronic Manufacturing Conformal Coating 

(e) Electronic Manufacturing Facility-wide Solvent Application

Schedule 43: Ceramic Slip Casting
Schedule 44: Evaporators, Dryers, & Stills Processing Organic Materials 

(a) Evaporators and Dryers 

(b) Solvent Recovery Stills

Schedule 45: Rubber Mixers
Schedule 46: Reverse Osmosis Membrane Manufacturing
Schedule 47: Organic Gas Sterilizers 

(a) Organic Gas Sterilizers requiring control 

(b) Stand Alone Organic Gas Aerator requiring control 

(c) Organic Gas Sterilizer not requiring control 

(d) Stand Alone Organic Gas Aerator not requiring control

Schedule 48: Municipal Waste Storage and Processing 

(a) Sanitary Landfill 

(b) Temporary Storage and/or Transfer Station 

© Landfill Gas Flare or Containment System 

(d) Municipal Waste Incinerator 

(e) North County Resource Recovery

Schedule 49: (a) Non-Operational Status Equipment 

(b) Activating Non-Operational Status Equipment

Schedule 50: Coffee Roasters
Schedule 51: Industrial Waste Water Treatment 

(a) Processing Line - Onsite 

(b) Processing Line - Offsite

Schedule 52: Air Stripping and Soil Remediation Equipment 

(a) Air Stripping Equipment 

(b) Soil Remediation Equipment

Schedule 53: Lens Casting Equipment 

(a) Lens Casting Equipment 

(b)Lens Coating Equipment

Schedule 54: Pharmaceutical Manufacturing 

(a) Pharmaceutical Manufacturing 

(b) Protein Synthesis Employing Solvents

Schedule 55: Hexavalent Chromium Plating & Chromic Acid Anodizing 

(a) Emissions Collection System serving one or more Plating and/or Anodizing Tank(s) 

(b) Decorative Plating Tank(s) Only 

(c) Hard Chrome Plating or Chromic Acid Tank

Schedule 56: Sewage Treatment Facilities 

(a) Sewage Treatment Facility 

(b) Wastewater Odor Treatment System that is not part of a Permitted Sewage Treatment Facility 

(c) Sewage Sludge Composting Facility

Schedule 57: Laundry Facilities Processing Material Containing Organic Compounds
Schedule 58 through 90, reserved
Schedule 91: Miscellaneous - Hourly rates
Schedule 92: Source Testing Done by the District 

(a) Particulate Matter Source Test 

(b) Oxides of Nitrogen Source Test 

(c) Oxides of Sulfur Source Test 

(d) Hydrocarbon Vapor Processor Test 

(e) Observation and Reporting of Odor Panel Test 

(f) Carbon Monoxide Source Test (continuous analyzer) 

(g) Oxides of Nitrogen Source Test (continuous analyzer) 

(h) Incinerator Particulate Matter Source Test 

(I) Ammonia Slippage Source Test 

(j) Continuous Emission Monitor Evaluation

Schedule 93: Observations and Evaluations of Source Testing Performed by Private Companies 

(a) Observations 

(b) Source Test Reports 

(c) Test Procedure Review

Schedule 94: Time and Material (T&M) Labor Rates
Schedule 95: Sampling and Analysis of Architectural Coatings
Schedule 96: Additional Costs incurred by Non-Compliance Sources
Schedule 97: Other Charges
 

FEE SCHEDULES

The following Fee Schedules do not include the Emission Fee component of the fee. To determine the total fee to be paid, add the amount in Column (1) or Column (2), as appropriate, for each permitted fee unit to the air contaminant emissions fee for the facility, based on Rule 40(r).
 
 

SCHEDULE 1: ABRASIVE BLASTING EQUIPMENT EXCLUDING ROOMS AND BOOTHS

Any permit unit consisting of air hoses,with or without water lines, with a single pot rated at 100 pounds capacity or more of sand regardless of abrasive used, and a nozzle or nozzles. (Equipment not operated solely in Schedule 2 facilities).
 

Fee Unit Initial A/C-P/O Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

(a) Each Pot 100 pounds capacity or larger with no Peripheral Equipment $389 $95
(b) Each Post 100 pounds capacity or larger loaded Pneumatically or from Storage Hoppers T+RN $30
(c) Each Bulk Abrasive Blasting Material Storage System $1061 $31
(d) Each Spent Abrasive Handling System T+RN $11
 

SCHEDULE 2: ABRASIVE BLASTING CABINETS, ROOMS AND BOOTHS
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

(a) Each Abrasive Blasting Cabinet, Room or Booth $1169 $ 85
(b) Each Cabinet, Room, or Booth with an Abrasive Transfer or Recycle System T+RN $ 95
 

SCHEDULE 3: ASPHALT ROOFING KETTLES AND TANKERS USED TO STORE, HEAT, TRANSPORT, AND TRANSFER HOT ASPHALT
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

(a) Each Kettle or Tanker with capacity greater than 

85 gallons

$688 $ 44
(b) Each Kettle or Tanker with capacity greater than 85 gals. and requiring emission control equipment T+RN $ 86
 

SCHEDULE 4: HOT-MIX ASPHALT PAVING BATCH PLANT
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

Each Plant T+RN $758
 

SCHEDULE 5: ROCK DRILLS
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

(a) Each Drill with water controls $773 $ 46
(b) Each Drill with controls other than water T+RN $ 75
 

SCHEDULE 6: SAND, ROCK, AND AGGREGATE SCREENS, WHEN NOT USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH OTHER PERMIT ITEMS IN THESE SCHEDULES
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

Each Screen Set $1189 $128
 

SCHEDULE 7: SAND, ROCK, AND AGGREGATE PLANTS
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

(a)Each Crusher System (involves one or more primary crushers forming a primary crushing system or, one or more secondary crushers forming a secondary crusher system and each serving a single process line). T+RN $209
(b) Each Screening System (involves all screens serving a given primary or secondary crusher system). T+RN $ 39
© Each Loadout System (a loadout system is a set of conveyors chutes and hoppers used to load any single rail or road delivery container at any one time). T+RN $ 55
(d) Each Aggregate Dryer System T+RN $ 19
 

SCHEDULE 8: CONCRETE BATCH PLANTS, CONCRETE MIXERS OVER ONE CUBIC YARD CAPACITY AND SEPARATE CEMENT SILO SYSTEMS
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

(a) Each Concrete Batch Plant (including Cement- 

Treated Base Plants)

T+RN $200
(b) Each Mixer over One Cubic Yard Capacity). T+RN $ 74
© Each Cement or Fly Ash Silo System not part of another System requiring a Permit. T+RN $ 91
 

SCHEDULE 9: CONCRETE PRODUCT MANUFACTURING PLANTS
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

Each Plant T+RN $143
 

SCHEDULE 10: BRICK MANUFACTURING PLANTS
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

(a) Each Clay Batching and Extruding System T+RN T+M
(b) Each Crusher-Screen System T+RN T+M
(c) Each Kiln T+RN T+M
 

SCHEDULE 11: TIRE BUFFERS
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

Each Buffer T+RN $ 39
 

SCHEDULE 12: FISH CANNERIES AND SMOKE HOUSES
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

(a) Each Dryer (Meal Drying and Grinding System) T+RN T+M
(b) Each Precooker T+RN T+M
© Each Vat and Vibrating Screen System T+RN T+M
(d) Each Scrap Cooker and Grinder System T+RN T+M
(e) Each Cooker T+RN T+M
(f) Each Dry Pet Food Processing System T+RN T+M
(g) Each Digester Tank T+RN T+M
(h) Each Smoke House T+RN $91
(i) Each Loadout System T+RN T+M
 

SCHEDULE 13: BOILERS AND HEATERS
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

(a) Each 1 MM BTU/HR up to but not including 50 MM BTU/HR input. $1399 $ 121
(b) Each 50 MM BTU/HR up to but not including 250 MM BTU/HR T+RN $ 246
(c)Each 250 MM BTU/HR up to 1050 MM BTU/HR input or up to but not including 100 Megawatt gross output whichever is greater (based on an average boiler efficiency of 32.5%). T+RN T+M
(d)Each 100 Megawatt output or greater (based on an average boiler efficiency of 32.5%) T+RN $1776
(e) RESERVED
(f) Each Unit 1 MM BTU/HR up to but not including 50 MM BTU/HR input at a single site where more than 5 such units are located. $1199 $16
(g)Each 250 MM BTU/HR up to 1050 MM BTU/HR input or up to but not including 100 Mega-watt gross output, whichever is greater, where a Notice of Intention has been filed with the California Energy Commission. T+RN T+M
(h)Each 100 Megawatt gross output or greater where a Notice of Intention has been filed with the California Energy Commission T+RN T+M
 

SCHEDULE 14: NON-MUNICIPAL INCINERATORS
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

(a)Waste burning capacity up to & including100 lbs/hr* T+RN $ $1891
(b) Waste burning capacity greater than 100 lbs/hr. T+RN $ 531
© Burning capacity up to and including 50 lbs/hr used 

exclusively for the incineration or cremation of animals.

T+RN $ 213
(d) Emission Controls or Modification for ATCM T+RN N/A
 

*Excluding incinerators of 50 lbs/hr capacity or less used exclusively for incineration or cremation of animals. Renewal fee for 14(a) includes quadrennial incinerator particulate matter source test costs.

SCHEDULE 15: BURN-OUT OVENS
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

(a)Each Electric Motor/Armature Refurbishing Oven T+RN $ 73
(b) Each Wire Reclamation Oven T+RN T+M
© Each IC Engine Parts Refurbishing Unit T+RN $ 48
 

SCHEDULE 16: CORE AND PLASTICS ANNEALING/SOFTENING OVENS
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

(a) Each Core Oven T+RN $ 98
(b) Each Plastic Annealing/Softening Ovens T+RN T+M
 

SCHEDULE 17: BRAKE DEBONDERS
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

Each Brake Debonder T+RN T+M
 

SCHEDULE 18: METAL MELTING DEVICES
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

(a) Each Sweat Furnace T+RN T+M
(b) Each Electric Arc Furnace T+RN T+M
© Each Pit or Stationary Crucible T+RN $131
(d) Each Pot Furnace T+RN $ 60
(e) Each Induction Furnace T+RN $115
f) Each Cupola T+RN T+M
(g) Each Reverberatory Furnace T+RN T+M
(h) Brass Metal Melting Furnace - U.S. Navy T+RN T+M
 

SCHEDULE 19: OIL QUENCHING AND SALT BATHS
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

Each Tank T+RN $ 74
 

SCHEDULE 20: GAS TURBINE ENGINES, TEST CELLS AND TEST STANDS
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

GAS TURBINE, TURBOSHAFT, TURBOJET AND TURBOFAN ENGINE TEST CELLS 

AND STANDS

(a) Each Aircraft Propulsion Turbine, Turboshaft, Turbojet or Turbofan Engine Test Cell or Stand T+RN $ 365
(b) Each Aircraft Propulsion Test Cell or Stand at a facility where more than one such unit is located T+RN $ 85
© Each Non-Aircraft Turbine Test Cell or Stand T+RN $ 74
GAS TURBINE ENGINES
(d)Each Non-Aircraft Turbine Engine 1 MM BTU/HR up to but not including 50 MM BTU/HR input T+RN $ 216
(e) Each Non-Aircraft Turbine Engine 50 MM BTU/HR up to but not including 250 MM BTU/HR input  T+RN $ 600
(f) Each Non-Aircraft Turbine Engine 250 MM BTU/HR or greater input T+RN $ 271
(g) Each Unit used solely for Peak Load Electric Generation  T+RN $ 55
(h) Each Standby Gas Turbine used for Emergency Power Generation T+RN $ 26
 

SCHEDULE 21:Waste Disposal and Reclamation Units
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

(a) Each Paper or Wood Shredder or Hammermill Grinder T+RN $138
(b) Each Metal Shredder T+RN T+M
© Each Garbage & Refuse Shredder T+RN T+M
(d) Each Air Classifier T+RN T+M
(e) Each Dryer T+RN T+M
 

SCHEDULE 22: FEED AND GRAIN MILLS AND KELP PROCESSING PLANTS
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

(a) Each Receiving System (includes Silos) T+RN $202
(b) Each Grinder, Cracker, or Roll Mill T+RN $ 47
© Each Shaker Stack, Screen Set, Pelletizer System, Grain Cleaner, or Hammermill T+RN $ 40
(d) Each Mixer System T+RN $ 50
(e) Each Truck or Rail Loading System T+RN $ 69
 

SCHEDULE 23: BULK TERMINAL GRAIN AND DRY CHEMICAL TRANSFER AND STORAGE FACILITY EQUIPMENT
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

(a)Each Receiving System (Railroad, Ship and Truck Unloading) T+RN $215
(b) Each Storage Silo System T+RN $ 96
© Each Loadout Station System T+RN $ 66
(d) Each Belt Transfer Station T+RN $ 39
 

SCHEDULE 24: DRY CHEMICAL MIXING AND DETERGENT SPRAY TOWER
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

(a) Each Grain Mixing System (includes receiving, transfer, mixing or blending, storage, and loadout bagging). T+RN $121
(b) Each Detergent Spray Tower. T+RN T+M
c) Each Dry Chemical Mixer with capacity over one-half cubic yard. T+RN $ 41
 

SCHEDULE 25: VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUND TERMINALS, BULK PLANTS AND INTERMEDIATE REFUELER FACILITIES
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

1. Bulk Plants and Bulk Terminals equipped with or proposed to be equipped with a vapor processor:
(a) Per Tank T+RN $418
(b) Tank Rim Seal Replacement T+RN N/A
© Per Truck Loading Head T+RN $108
(d) Per Vapor Processor T+RN $2045
2. Bulk Plants not equipped with or not proposed to be equipped with a vapor processor:
(e) Per Tank T+RN $21
(f) Per Truck Loading Head T+RN $30
(g) RESERVED
"Vapor Processor" means a device which recovers or transforms volatile organic compounds by condensation, refrigeration, adsorption, absorption, incineration, or any combination thereof.
3. Facilities fueling intermediate refuelers (IR's) for subsequent fueling of motor vehicles, boats, or aircraft.
(h) Per IR Loading Connector T+RN $44
If a facility falls into Parts 1, 2 or 3 above and is equipped with dispensing nozzles for which Phase II vapor controls are required, additional fees equivalent to the "per nozzle" fees for Schedule 26(a) shall be assessed for each dispensing nozzle.
 

SCHEDULE 26: NON-BULK VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUND DISPENSING FACILITIES. SUBJECT TO DISTRICT RULES 61.0 THROUGH 61.6
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

(a) initial installations and total renovations where phase i & phase II controls are required (includes phase I fee)
Base Fee/Per Nozzle Fee $614/71 $37 *
(b) replacement or addition of tanks at a permitted PHASE II facility
Fee Per Facility ** $700 N/A
(C)FACILITIES WHERE ONLY PHASE I CONTROLS ARE REQUIRED (INCLUDES TANK REPLACEMENT)
Fee Per Facility $522 $73
(d) addition of nozzles at permitted facilities where phase ii is required
Base Fee $749 N/A
Fee Per Added Nozzle $95 N/A
(e) non retail facilities with 260-550 gallon tanks & no other non-bulk GASOLINE dispensing permits
Fee Per Facility $196 $47
 

* Fee per nozzle.

** This subschedule does not apply if nozzles are added to an existing facility at the same time tanks are replaced or added. Use Subschedule 26(d) instead.

SCHEDULE 27: APPLICATION OF MATERIALS CONTAINING ORGANIC SOLVENTS (INCLUDES COATINGS, ADHESIVES, AND OTHER MATERIALS CONTAINING VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS).
 

PART 1 - MARINE COATINGS
Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

(t) First Permit to Operate for Marine Caoting application at facilities where combined coating, adhesive, and cleaning solvent usage is <3 gallons per day and <100 gallons per year T+RN $181
(a) First Permit to Operate for Marine Coating application at facilities emitting <10 tons/year organic compounds from Marine Coating Operations $1861 $181
(b) first Permit to Operate for Marine Coating application at facilities emitting 10 or more tons/year organic compounds from Marine Coating Operations $1861 $181
© Each additional Permit Unit for Marine Coating at existing permitted facilities T+RN $171
PART 2 - INDUSTRIAL MATERIAL APPLICATIONS AND MANUFACTURING 

(includes application stations for coatings such as paint spraying and dip tanks, printing, adhesives, and manufacturing products with materials which contain volatile organic compounds, etc., where no more than one material is applied at any given time).

(d) Each Surface Coating or Adhesive Application Station w/o control equipment and note covered by other Fee Schedules at facilities using >1 gallon per day of surface coatings or adhesives and emitting 

<5 tons/year organic compounds from equipment in this fee schedule

$418 $117
(e) Each Surface Coating or Adhesive Application Station w/o control equipment and not covered by other Fee Schedules at facilities emitting 5 or more tone/year organic compounds from equipment in this fee schedule. $1189 $156
(f) Each Fiberglass, Plastic or Foam Product Process Line at facilities emitting <10 tons/year organic compounds from fiberglass, plastic or foam products operations $1299 $338
(g) Each Fiberglass, Plastic or Foam Product Process Line at facilities emitting 10 or more tons/year organic compounds from fiberglass, plastic or foam products operations $1299 $338
(h) RESERVED
(i)Each Surface Coating Application Station requiring Control Equipment T+RN $793
(j) Each Surface Coating Application Station subject to Rule 67.3 or 67.9 w/o Control Equipment at facilities emitting < 5 tons/year organic compounds from equipment in this fee schedule $823 $315
(k) Each Surface Coating Application Station subject to Rule 67.3 or 67.9 w/o Control Equipment at facilities emitting 5 or more tons/year organic compounds from equipment in this fee schedule $1662 $315
(l)Each Wood Products Coating Application Station w/o Control Equipment at a facility using >500 gallons per year of wood products coatings and emitting < 5 tons/year organic compounds from Wood Products Coating Operations  $418 $117
(m) Each Wood Products Coating Application Station w/o Control Equipment at a facility emitting 5 tons or more per year organic compounds from Wood Products Coating Operations $1193 $161
(n) Each Press or Operation at a Printing or Graphic Arts facility subject to Rule 67.16  T+RN $101
(o) Each Graphic Arts Operation at the Union Tribune Publishing Co. facility subject to Rule 67.16 T+RN $143
(p) Each Surface Coating or Adhesive Application Station w/o control equipment (except automotive painting) where combined coating, adhesive, and cleaning solvent usage is < 1 gallon per day or 50 gallons per year $504 $197
(q) Each Wood Products Coating Application Station of coatings and stripper w/o control equipment at a facility using 500 gallons or less year for wood products coating operations $382 $82
PART 3 - AUTOMOTIVE PAINTING
(r) Each facility applying 5 gallons or less of Coating Materials (as applied or sprayed) per day $1273 $181
(s) Each facility applying more than 5 gallons of Coating Materials (as applied or sprayed) per day $1468 $181
 

SCHEDULE 28: VAPOR AND COLD SOLVENT CLEANING OPERATIONS AND METAL INSPECTION TANKS
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

(a) Each Vapor Degreaser with an Air Vapor Interfacial area >5 square feet $1201  $148
(b) Each Cold Solvent Degreaser with liquid surface area >5 square feet $1026 $98
© Each Corrosion Control Cart T+RN $21
(d) Each Paint Stripping Tank $1156 $120
(e) Each Vapor-Phase Solder Reflow Unit T+RN $148
(f) Remote Reservoir Cleaners $209 $23
(g) Coating Application Equipment Cleanup Devices $224 $36
(h) Vapor Degreaser with an Air-Vapor Interfacial area <5 square feet $393 $160
(i) Cold Solvent Degreaser with a liquid surface area <5 square feet $201 $46
(j) Metal Inspection Tanks T+RN $25
(k) Contract Service Remote Reservoir Cleaners with 100 or more units T+RN $9
(l) Contract Service Cold Degreasers with a liquid surface area of <5 square feet T+RN $13
(m) Each facility-wide solvent applicaiton operation T+RN T+M
(n) Contract Services coating Application Equipment Cleanup Devices $163 $36
 

SCHEDULE 29: SOLDER LEVELERS AND HYDROSQUEEGEES
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

Each Solder Leveler or Hyrdosqueegees not covered by other Fee Schedules (except Vapor-Phase Solder Reflow Units) T+RN $135
 

SCHEDULE 30: SOLVENT AND EXTRACT DRYERS
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

Kelp and Biogum Products Solvent Dryer T+RN $225
 

SCHEDULE 31: DRY CLEANING FACILITIES
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

(a) Each Facility using Halogenated Hydrocarbon Solvents required to install Control Equipment T+RN $249
(b) Each Facility using Petroleum Based Solvents T+RN $66
© Each Facility using Solvents not required to install Control Equipment T+RN $74
(d) RESERVED T+RN T+M
 

SCHEDULE 32: ACID CHEMICAL MILLING, COPPER ETCHING AND HOT DIP GALVANIZING
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

(a) Each Copper Etching Tank T+RN $43
(b) Each Acid Chemical Milling Tank T+RN $196
© Each Hot Dip Galvanizing Tank T+RN $148
 

SCHEDULE 33: CAN AND COIL MANUFACTURING AND COATING OPERATIONS
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

(a) Each Process Line applying 1000 gallons or more per year T+RN $334
(b) Each Acid Chemical Milling Tank T+RN $196
© Each Hot Dip Galvanizing Tank T+RN $148
 

SCHEDULE 34: PISTON TYPE INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

(a) Each Cogeneration Engine with in-stack emission controls T+RN $321
(b) Each Cogeneration Engine with Engine Design Emission Controls T+RN $493
© Each Emergency Standby Engine (for electrical or fuel interruptions beyond control of Permittee $1612 $107
(d) Each Engine for Non-Emergency and Non-Cogernation Operation T+RN $196
(e) Each Grouping of Engines for Dredging or Crane Operation with total engine horsepower equal to or greater than 200 HP T+RN $121
(f) Each Diesel Pile-Driving Hammer T+RN $326
(g) Each Engine for Non-Emergency and Non-Cogeneration Operation less than 200 horsepower T+RN $153
 

SCHEDULE 35: BULK FLOUR, POWDERED SUGAR AND DRY CHEMICAL STORAGE SYSTEMS
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

Each System T+RN $98
 

SCHEDULE 36: GRINDING BOOTHS AND ROOMS
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

Each Booth or Room $1209 $89
 

SCHEDULE 37: PLASMA ELECTRIC AND CERAMIC DEPOSITION SPRAY BOOTHS
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

Each Applicaiton Station T+RN $93
 

SCHEDULE 38: PAINT, STAIN, INK, SOLDER PASTE, AND DIELECTRIC PASTE MANUFACTURING
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

(a) Each Process Line for Paint, Stain or Ink Manufacturing at facilities producing 10,000 gallons or more per year T+RN $94
(b) Each Can Filling Line T+RN $21
© Each Process Line for Solder Paste or Dielectric paste Manufacturing T+RN $21
(d) Each paint, Stain or Ink Manufacturing facility producing <10,000 gallons per year T+RN $105
 

SCHEDULE 39: PRECIOUS METALS REFINING
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

Each Process Line T+RN $25
 

SCHEDULE 40: ASPHALT PAVEMENT HEATERS/RECYCLERS
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

Each Processor T+RN $141
 

SCHEDULE 41: PERLITE PROCESSING
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

Each Process Line T+RN $169
 

SCHEDULE 42: ELECTRONIC COMPONENT MANUFACTURING
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

Each Process Line T+RN $346
Each Screen Printing Operation T+RN $181
Each Coating/Maskant Application Operation, excluding conformal Operation T+RN $181
Each Conformal Coating Operation T+RN $60
Each Facility-wide Solvent Application T+RN $64
 

SCHEDULE 43: CERAMIC SLIP CASTING
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

Each Process Line T+RN $77
 

SCHEDULE 44: EVAPORATORS, DRYERS, & STILLS PROCESSING ORGANIC MATERIALS
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

(a) Evaporators and Dryers [other than those referenced in Fee Schedule 30 (a)] processing materials containing volatile organic compounds T+RN $147
(b) Solvent Recovery Stills with a rated capacity T+RN $51
 

SCHEDULE 45: RUBBER MIXERS
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

Each Rubber Mixer T+RN $60
 

SCHEDULE 46: REVERSE OSMOSIS MEMBRANE MANUFACTURING
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

Each Process Line T+RN $285
 

SCHEDULE 47: ORGANIC GAS STERILIZERS
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

(a) Each Organic Gas Sterilizer requiring control T+RN $113
(b) Each Stand Alone Organic Gas Aerator requiring control T+RN T+M
© Each Organic Gas Sterilizer not requiring control T+RN $114
(d) Each Stand Alone Organic Gas Aerator <25 lbs. Not requiring control  T+RN $73
 

SCHEDULE 48: MUNICIPAL WASTE STORAGE AND PROCESSING
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

(a) Each Sanitary Landfill T+RN T+M
(b) Each Temporary Storage and/or Transfer Station T+RN T+M
© Each Landfill Gas Flare or Containment System T+RN T+M
(d) Each Municipal Waste Incinerator T+RN T+M
(e) North County Resource Recovery T+RN T+M
 

SCHEDULE 49: NON-OPERATIONAL STATUS EQUIPMENT
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

(a) Non-Operational Status Equipment N/A $30
(b) Activating Non-Operational Status Equipment $54 + RN* N/A
* Renewal Fee based on appropriate fee schedule for type of equipment + Rule 40(r) (if applicable).
 

SCHEDULE 50: COFFEE ROASTERS
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

Each Coffee Roaster T+RN $197
 

SCHEDULE 51: INDUSTRIAL WASTE WATER TREATMENT
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

(a) Per Processing Line - Onsite T+RN $521
(b) Per Processing Line - Offsite T+RN T+M
 

SCHEDULE 52: AIR STRIPPING & SOIL REMEDIATION EQUIPMENT
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

(a) Air Stripping Equipment T+RN $196
(b) Soil Remediation Equipment T+RN $411
 

SCHEDULE 53: LENS CASTING EQUIPMENT
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

(a) Each Lens Casting Line T+RN T+M
(b) Each Lens Coating Line T+RN T+M
 

SCHEDULE 54: PHARMACEUTICAL MANUFACTURING
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

(a) Each Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Process Line T+RN $257
(b) Each Protein Synthesis Process Line Employing 

Solvents

T+RN T+M
 

SCHEDULE 55: HEXAVALENT CHROMIUM PLATING AND CHROMIC ACID ANODIZING
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

(a) Emission Collection System serving one or more Plating and/or Anodizing Tank(s) T+RN T+M
(b) Each Decorative Plating Tank(s) Only T+RN T+M
© Each Hard Chrome Plating or Chromic Acid Tank T+RN T+M
 

SCHEDULE 56: SEWAGE TREATMENT FACILITIES
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

(a) Each Sewage Treatment Facility T+RN T+M
(b) Each Wastewater Odor Treatment System that is not part of a Permitted Sewage Treatment Facility T+RN T+M
© Each Sewage Sludge Composting Facility T+RN T+M
 

SCHEDULE 57: LAUNDRY FACILITIES PROCESSING MATERIAL CONTAINING ORGANIC COMPOUNDS
 

Fee Unit Initial Fees 

(1)

Renewal 

(2)

Each Laundry Facility T+RN T+M
 

SCHEDULES 58 THROUGH 90, RESERVED

SCHEDULE 91: MISCELLANEOUS - HOURLY RATES

The fee for the Authority to Construct, Permit to Operate and annual renewal for items not listed in the above fee schedules of this subsection shall be determined by the actual costs incurred by the Air Pollution Control District. The initial Authority to Construct, Permit to Operate and first year renewal (Column 1) fee per unit shall be the sum of the annual renewal fee per unit determined in Column (2) and the actual Authority to Construct and Permit to Operate evaluation cost determined by using the application-related labor rates specified in Schedule 94. The annual renewal fee per unit (Column 2) shall be the sum of the cost determined using the permit-related labor rates in Schedule 94 plus the air contaminant emissions fee based on Rule 40(r).

The applicant shall deposit with the Air Pollution Control District the amount estimated to cover the cost of evaluation and inspection, including the first year's surveillance, before an Authority to Construct and/or Permit to Operate is processed. If the actual cost incurred by the Air Pollution Control District is less than the amount deposited, the difference shall be refunded to the applicant. If any deposit is insufficient to pay all the actual costs, the applicant shall pay an amount deemed sufficient by the Air Pollution Control Officer to complete the work in progress. If the applicant fails or refuses to pay such amount upon demand, the Air Pollution Control District may recover the same by action in any court of competent jurisdiction until such amount is paid in full, providing the Air Pollution Control Officer determines that it is in the best interest of all parties concerned to proceed. An Authority to Construct and/or Permit to Operate shall not be issued until all required fees are paid.

schedule 92: Source Testing Done by the District

Whenever the Air Pollution Control Officer finds that it is necessary for the Air Pollution Control District or a contractor hired by the District to make an analysis of the emission from any source for the purpose of more accurately quantifying emissions or determining whether a Permit to Operate or annual renewal of a Permit to Operate shall be issued, or where there is good reason to believe a source may not be in compliance with the District's Rules and Regulations the cost of collection and analysis of samples, including preparing the necessary reports, shall be added to the appropriate fee schedule herein. Source test fees shall be as determined in the following manner:
 

Fee Unit Fee
(a) Each Particulate Matter Source Test 

Note: Cancelation Fee

$2929 

$500

(b) Each Oxides of Nitrogen Source Test T+M
© Each Oxides of Sulfur Source Test T+M
(d) Each Hydrocarbon Vapor Pressor Source Test T+M
(e) Each Observation and Participation of Odor Panel Test T+M
(f) Each Carbon Monoxide and Oxide of Nitrogen Source Test with a Continuous Analyzer $1625
(g) Each Oxides of Nitrogen Source Test with a Continuous Analyzer $1354
(h) Each Incinerator Particulate Matter Source Test T+M
(I) Each Ammonia Slippage Source Test $ 542
(j) Continuous Emission Monitor Evaluation T+M
The cost of testing not specified in Sections (a) through (m) or where a time and material (T+M) fee is indicated shall be determined using the permit-related labor rates specified in Schedule 94.
 

SCHEDULE 93:Observations and Evaluations of Source Testing

Performed by Private Companies

Whenever the Air Pollution Control Officer finds that it is necessary for the Air Pollution Control District to observe source testing performed by private companies for the purpose of determining whether a Permit to Operate or annual renewal of a Permit to Operate shall be issued, or where there is good reason to believe a source may not be in compliance with the District's Rules and Regulations, the cost of the observation and the preparation of a report shall be added to the applicable fees of this rule.

When a test procedure review is requested by a private company and the Air Pollution Control Officer agrees that a review should be made, the cost of the review shall be paid by such private company.
 

Fee Unit Fee
(a) Observations T+M
(b) Source Test Reports T+M
© Test Procedure Review T+M
 

SCHEDULE 94: TIME AND MATERIAL (T+M) LABOR RATES
 

Fee Unit (Employee Classification) Fees (including multiplier)
Application-related (1)  Permit-Related (2) Full Cost Rate (no muliplier) (3)
Engineering Technician $ 82/hr $ 68/hr $ 48/hr
Junior Engineer $ 88/hr $ 73/hr  $ 47/hr
Assistant Engineer $ 96/hr $ 80/hr $ 51/hr
Associate Engineer $107/hr $ 89 hr  $ 57/hr
Senior Engineer $124/hr $103/hr $ 71/hr
Air Quality Inspector I $ 90/hr $ 75/hr $ 44/hr
Air Quality Inspector II $101/hr $ 84/hr $ 53/hr
Air Quality Inspector III $ 94/hr $ 79/hr $ 64/hr
Assistant Air Resources Specialist $ 84/hr $ 70/hr $ 47/hr
Associate Air Resources Specialist $105/hr $ 87/hr $ 54/hr
Assistant Meteorologist $124/hr $103/hr $ 57/hr
Associate Meteorologist $124/hr $103/hr $ 64/hr
Senior Meteorologist $145/hr $125/hr $ 65/hr
Assistant Chemist $ 96/hr $ 80/hr $ 55/hr
Associate Chemist $105/hr $ 87/hr $ 60/hr
Senior Chemist $145/hr $121/hr $ 71/hr
Supervising Instrument Technician $126/hr $105/hr $ 59/hr
Instrument Technician I $ 96/hr $ 80/hr $ 45/hr
Instrument Technician II $ 96/hr $ 80/hr $ 52/hr
Source Test Technician $ 75/hr $ 63/hr $ 48/hr
Air Pollution Control Aide $ 67/hr $ 56/hr $ 36/hr
Student Worker V $ 56/hr  $ 48/hr $ 25/hr 
Student Worker III $ 40/hr $ 34/hr $ 18/hr
Student Worker II $ 31/hr 26/hr $ 15/hr
 
  1. The application-related time and materials fee equals the product of the full cost hourly rate by classification times the application-related full cost multiplier (2.25), not exceeding a 15% increase over the previous hourly rate times application-related multiplier.
  2. The permit-related time and materials fee equals the product of the full cost hourly rate by classification times the permit-related full cost multiplier (1.95), not exceeding a 15% increase over the previous hourly rate times permit-related multiplier.
  3. The full cost rate is the full cost hourly labor rate by classification that is applied to projects and programs outside the permit system.
SCHEDULE 95: Sampling and Analysis of Architectural Coatings

Whenever the Air Pollution Control Officer finds that it is necessary for the Air Pollution Control District to make an analysis of an architectural coating for the purpose of determining potential emissions from use of the coating and/or for the purpose of determining compliance with the District's Rules and Regulations, the cost of collection and analysis of samples, including preparing the necessary reports, shall be paid by the manufacturer of the coating. The cost shall be equal to the cost determined by the using the full-cost labor rates specified in Schedule 94. The total cost for each sample and analysis shall not exceed $128.

SCHEDULE 96:Additional Costs Incurred by the District for Permittees Not in Compliance

Whenever the Air Pollution Control District is required to provide consultation, testing or inspection services to a permittee beyond the average consultation, testing and inspection covered by the permit fees specified in the preceding schedules, because the permittee's source is out of compliance with District Rules and Regulations, the cost of such consultation, testing and inspection shall be a fee in addition to the permit fees provided elsewhere in Rule 40. The cost of such consultation, testing and inspection shall be determined using the permit-related labor rates specified in Schedule 94. The permittee shall be billed for the additional fee for the consultation, testing and inspection, and shall remit such amount to the Air Pollution Control District within 30 days of being notified that such amount is due, unless prior arrangements for payment have been approved by the Air Pollution Control Officer.

SCHEDULE 97: Other Charges

Whenever the Air Pollution Control District is requested to provide consultation, legally required testimony, testing or inspection, engineering or other services to any individual, business or agency, not directly related to District permitting or testing requirements, the cost of such services shall be determined using the full-cost labor rates specified in Schedule 94. Individuals, businesses or agencies requesting the service shall be billed the estimated cost of such services, and shall remit such amount to the Air Pollution Control District in advance of the service, unless prior arrangements for payment have been approved by the Air Pollution Control Officer.