SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY UNIFIED AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DISTRICT

RULE 3120 - REGULATION VIII ALTERNATIVE COMPLIANCE PLAN REVIEW FEE
(Adopted October 21, 1993)

1.0 Purpose

This Rule is to recover the cost associated with processing Alternative Compliance Plans submitted for approval in accordance with Regulation VIII. Regulation VIII establishes requirements for the control of fugitive dust in order to reduce the amount of fine particulate matter (PM10) entrained in the ambient air as a result of emissions generated from anthropogenic (man-made) fugitive dust sources by requiring actions to prevent, reduce, or mitigate PM10 emissions. When special circumstances prevent compliance with one or more Rules established in Regulation VIII, an Alternative Compliance Plan may be submitted for approval.

2.0 Applicability

This Rule applies to Alternative Compliance Plans submitted for approval in accordance with Regulation VIII. Alternative Compliance Plan Applications may address multiple Rules of Regulation VIII, but must be site specific and limited to one contiguous site or area. The fee for processing the application is not increased based on the number of Rules affected within the application, but may increase if extensive time is required to process the application involving one or more Rules.

3.0 Administrative Requirements

4.0 Fees