SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY UNIFIED AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DISTRICT

 

 

RULE 3020 PERMIT FEE SCHEDULES
(Adopted May 21, 1992; Amended July 16, 1992; Amended December 17, 1992; Amended August 21, 1997; Amended March 17, 1999.)

It is hereby determined that the cost of maintaining an active and effective program, issuing permits, performing inspections pertaining to such issuance, and responding to requests exceeds the fees prescribed herein. In determining the fees to be charged, the applicable equipment within each process that requires a permit will be totalled for each schedule. In the event that more than one fee schedule is applicable to a Permit unit to Operate, the governing schedule shall be that which results in the higher fee with the exception of service stations where Schedule 11 applies.

SCHEDULE 1

ELECTRIC MOTOR HORSEPOWER SCHEDULE

Any equipment which may cause the emission of air contaminants where an electric motor is used as the power supply shall be assessed a permit fee based on the total rated motor horsepower of all electric motors included in any source operation, in accordance with the following schedule:

 Horsepower  Fee
 Up to and Including 25  $ 74
 Greater than 25 but Less Than 50  $ 100
50 or Greater but Less Than 100  $ 168
 100 or Greater but Less Than 200  $ 268
 200 or Greater but Less Than 400  $ 352
 400 or Greater but Less Than 800  $ 520
 800 or Greater but Less Than 1,600  $ 698
 1,600 or Greater 840  $ 882

SCHEDULE 2

FUEL BURNING EQUIPMENT SCHEDULE

Any equipment which may cause the emission of air contaminants in which fuel is burned, with the exception of incinerators which are covered in Schedule 4 and electric power generating facilities which are covered in Schedule 8, shall be assessed a permit fee based upon the design fuel consumption of the equipment expressed in thousands of BTUs per hour using gross heating values of the fuel in accordance with the following schedule:

 1,000 BTU Per Hour Fee
 Up to and Including 150 74
 Greater Than 150 but Less Than 400 $100 
 400 or Greater but Less Than 650 $168 
 650 or Greater but Less Than 1,500 $ 268 
 1,500 or Greater but Less Than 2,500 $ 352
 2,500 or Greater but Less Than 5,000 $ 520 
 5,000 or Greater but Less Than 15,000 $ 698 
 15,000 or Greater 840 $ 882 

SCHEDULE 3

ELECTRIC ENERGY SCHEDULE

Any equipment which may cause the emission of air contaminants and which uses electric energy, with the exception of electric motors covered in Schedule 1, shall be assessed a permit fee based on the total kilovolt ampere (KVA) rating, in accordance with the following schedule:

 Kilovolt Amperes Fee
 Up to and Including 45  $ 74
 Greater than 45 but Less Than 145  $ 100
 145 or Greater but Less Than 450  $ 168
 450 or Greater but Less Than 1,450  $ 215
 1,450 or Greater but Less Than 4,500  $ 310
 4,500 or Greater but Less Than 14,500  $ 520
 14,500 or Greater  $ 882

SCHEDULE 4

INCINERATOR SCHEDULE

Any equipment designed and used primarily to dispose of combustible refuse by wholly consuming the material charged and leaving only the ashes or residue shall be assessed a permit fee based on the following schedule of the maximum horizontal inside cross-sectional area, in square feet, of the primary combustion chamber:

 Area in Square Feet Fee
 Up to and Including 8  $ 74
 Greater Than 8 but Less Than 16  $100
 16 or Greater but Less Than 27  $126
 27 or Greater but Less Than 47  $194
 47 or Greater but Less Than 90  $268
 90 or Greater  $394

SCHEDULE 5

STATIONARY CONTAINER SCHEDULE

Any stationary tank, reservoir, or other container, the contents of which may emit an air contaminant, except those owned or operated by a small producer as defined in Rule 1020 (Definitions) shall be assessed a permit fee based on the following schedule of capacities in gallons or cubic equivalent:

 Gallons Fee
 Up to 5,000 $ 63
 5,000 or Greater but Less Than 20,000 $ 79
 20,000 or Greater but Less Than 50,000 $116
50,000 or Greater but Less Than 100,000 $158
 100,000 or Greater but Less Than 500,000 $210
500,000 or Greater but Less Than 1,000,000 $257
1,000,000 or Greater $326

Any stationary tank, reservoir, or other container, owned and operated by a small producer, as defined in Rule 1020 (Definitions), the contents of which may emit an air contaminant shall be assessed a permit fee based on the following schedule of capacities in gallons or cubic equivalent:

 Gallons Fee
 Up to 5,000 $ 26
 5,000 or Greater but Less Than 20,000 $ 37
 20,000 or Greater but Less Than 50,000 $ 53
50,000 or Greater but Less Than 100,000 $ 63
 100,000 or Greater but Less Than 500,000 $ 84
500,000 or Greater but Less Than 1,000,000 $110
1,000,000 or Greater $158

SCHEDULE 6

MISCELLANEOUS SCHEDULE

Any source operation which may cause the issuance of air contaminants as defined in Rule 1020 (Definitions) , which is not included in other schedules shall be assessed a permit fee of $85 89 per source operation. 

SCHEDULE 7

RESOURCE RECOVERY SCHEDULE

Any equipment which may cause the emission of air contaminants from the combustion of tires or other waste material used for the generation of electric power shall be assessed a permit fee based on the gross output of the electric generating equipment in accordance with the following schedule:

Kilowatts Fee
 Up to and Including 1,000  $ 2,804
 Greater than 1,000 but Less Than 5,000  $ 4,683
 5,000 or Greater but Less Than 10,000  $11,550
 10,000 or Greater but Less Than 20,000  $24,476
 20,000 or Greater  $46,851
 

SCHEDULE 8

ELECTRIC GENERATION SCHEDULE

A. Any equipment not subject to paragraph B, which may cause the emission of air contaminants from the combustion of fossil or wood-derived fuel (including agricultural waste or biomass) for the generation of electric power shall be assessed a permit fee based on the gross output of the electric generating equipment, in accordance with the following schedule. No other fees shall apply to permitted equipment associated with the electrical generating equipment. 

Kilowatts Fee
 Up to and Including 500  $ 221
 Greater than 500 but Less Than 1,000  $ 656
1,000 or Greater but Less Than 5,000  $1,313
 5,000 or Greater but Less Than 10,000  $2,625
 10,000 or Greater but Less Than 20,000  $4,379
 20,000 or Greater but Less Than 35,000 $7,004
 35,000 or Greater  $8,757

B. Any new equipment constructed on or after March 17, 1999 with a gross electric output of 35,000 kilowatts or greater, which may cause the emission of air contaminants from the combustion of fossil or wood-derived fuel (including agricultural waste or biomass) for the generation of electric power shall be assessed a permit fee based on the gross output of the electric generating equipment in accordance with the following schedule. No other fees shall apply to permitted equipment associated with the electrical generating facility. 

 Kilowatts Fee
 35,000 or Greater but Less Than 100,000  $ 8,757
 100,000 or Greater but Less Than 300,000  $11,323
 300,000 or Greater but Less Than 500,000  $19,218
 500,000 or Greater but Less Than 1,000,000  $27,113
 1,000,000 or Greater  $46,851

SCHEDULE 9

STEAM-ENHANCED CRUDE OIL PRODUCTION WELL SCHEDULE

Steam-enhanced crude oil production wells, except those owned by a small producer, shall be assessed a permit fee of $7.50 8 per well. A single permit authorizing 150 or more steam-enhanced crude oil production wells not served by a vapor recovery system and not owned by a small producer shall be assessed a permit fee of $1,125 1,200.

Steam-enhanced crude oil production wells owned by a small producer shall be assessed a permit fee of $3.75 4 per well. A single permit authorizing 150 or more steam-enhanced crude oil production wells owned by a small producer and not served by a vapor recovery system shall be assessed a permit fee of $600.

SCHEDULE 10

INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE SCHEDULE

Any stationary piston type internal combustion engine of greater than 50 brake horsepower shall be assessed a permit fee based on the following schedule of horsepower:

 Brake Horsepower Fee
 Greater than 50 but Less Than 100  $ 68
 100 or Greater but Less Than 200  $100
 200 or Greater but Less Than 400  $205
 400 or Greater but Less Than 800  $410
 800 or Greater but Less Than 1,000  $515
 1,000 or Greater but Less Than 5,000  $641
 5,000 or Greater but Less Than 10,000  $772
 10,000 or Greater  $893

SCHEDULE 11

FUEL DISPENSING EQUIPMENT SCHEDULE

Any fuel dispensing equipment (including stationary fuel storage tanks, dispensers, and associated piping) established at a single location which is primarily used for the purpose of fueling vehicles and equipment shall be assessed a permit fee based on the number of fuel dispensing nozzles at a fee of $27 28 per nozzle.
 

SCHEDULE 12

COMMERCIAL OFFSITE MULTIUSER HAZARDOUS AND

NONHAZARDOUS WASTE DISPOSAL FACILITIES

Each affected facility shall be assessed a permit fee based upon the size of the facility as specified in the conditional use permit issued by the appropriate city or county planning department or based upon the maximum potential size of the facility as determined by the APCO. In determining this fee, the following schedule shall be utilized:

 Acres Fee
 Up to and Including 5  $ 683
 Greater than 5 but Less Than 10  $ 756
 10 or Greater but Less Than 15  $ 824
 15 or Greater but Less Than 20  $ 893
 20 or Greater but Less Than 25  $ 961
 25 or Greater but Less Than 30  $1,034
 30 or Greater but Less Than 35  $1,103
 35 or Greater but Less Than 40  $1,176
 40 or Greater but Less Than 45  $1,244
 45 or Greater but Less Than 50  $1,313
 50 or Greater but Less Than 55  $1,386
 55 or Greater but Less Than 60  $1,454
 60 or Greater but Less Than 65  $1,523
 65 or Greater but Less Than 70  $1,596
 70 or Greater but Less Than 75  $1,664
 75 or Greater but Less Than 80  $1,733
 80 or Greater but Less Than 85  $1,806
 85 or Greater but Less Than 90  $1,874
 90 or Greater but Less Than 95  $1,943
 95 or Greater but Less Than 100  $2,016

For facilities 100 acres or greater, the fee shall be increased at $8084 increments for each additional five (5) acre increase beyond that provided above.