SJUAPCD RULE 2201 NEW AND MOTIFIED STATIONARY SOURCE REVIEW RULE
LAST REVISED 06/15/95




RULE 2201 - NEW AND MODIFIED STATIONARY SOURCE REVIEW RULE

(Adopted September 19, 1991; Amended March 11, 1992; Amended October 29, 1992; Amended December 17, 1992; Amended October 21, 1993; Amended June 15, 1995)

1.0 Purpose

The purpose of this rule is to provide for the following:

2.0 Applicability

This rule shall apply to all new stationary sources and all modifications to existing stationary sources which are subject to the District permit requirements and after construction emit or may emit one or more affected pollutant. The requirements of this rule in force on the date the application is determined to be complete by the APCO shall apply to such application except as provided in Section 2.1.

3.0 Definitions

COUNTY BASELINE DATE
San Joaquin County May 29, 1979
Stanislaus County June 19, 1979
Merced, Madera, or Kings County May 21, 1979
Fresno County (Oil Fields) September 20, 1983
Fresno County all other sources January 1, 1977
Tulare County June 26, 1979
Kern County (Heavy Oil Production) September 12, 1979

June 22, 1987 for heavy oil production operations with negative cumulative net emissions change as of June 22, 1987

Kern County all other stationary sources December 28, 1976



PRECURSOR SECONDARY AIR CONTAMINANT
Volatile Organic Compounds a. Photochemical oxidants (Ozone)

b. The organic fraction of PM10

Nitrogen Oxides a. Nitrogen Dioxide

b. The nitrate fraction of PM10

c. Photochemical oxidants (Ozone)

Sulfur Oxides a. Sulfur dioxide

b. Sulfates

c. The sulfate fraction of PM10



4.0 Source Requirements

POLLUTANT POUNDS PER DAY
carbon monoxide in attainment areas 550
lead 3.2
asbestos 0.04
beryllium 0.0022
mercury 0.55
vinyl chloride 5.48
fluorides 16.44
sulfuric acid mist 38.35
hydrogen sulfide or total reduced sulfur or sulfur compounds (other than sulfur oxides) 54.79



POLLUTANT POUNDS PER DAY
sulfur oxides 150
PM10 80
carbon monoxide in attainment areas 550



POLLUTANT TONS PER YEARS
oxides of nitrogen 10
volatile organic compounds 10
carbon monoxide in nonattainment areas 15



Table 1

LINE LOCATION OFFSET RATIO
1. Within the same source or from mobile

source emission reduction credits

1 to 1
2. Within 15 miles of the same source 1.2 to 1
3. 15 miles or more from the source 1.5 to 1



PRECURSOR SECONDARY AIR CONTAMINANT
Volatile Organic Compounds a. Photochemical oxidants by (Ozone)
Nitrogen Oxides a. Nitrogen Dioxide Oxidant

b. Photochemical Oxidant (Ozone)

Sulfur Oxides a. Sulfur dioxide



5.0 Administrative Requirements

6.0 Calculations

The following procedures shall be performed separately for each pollutant, and for each emissions unit or for a stationary source project.

PM10 80 lb/day
SOx 150 lb/day
CO in attainment areas 550 lb/day


7.0 Certification of Conformity

A new or modified source subject to the requirements of Rule 2520 may choose to apply for a certificate of conformity with the procedural requirements of 40 CFR part 70. A certification of conformity will allow changes authorized by the Authority to Construct to be incorporated into the Part 70 permit as administrative permit amendments.