VENAPCD RULE 15 STANDARDS FOR PERMIT ISSUANCE

LAST REVISED 10/12/93

Rule 15. Standards for Permit Issuance (Adopted

10/22/68, Revised 11/18/69, 4/20/71, 5/23/72, 7/18/72,

7/5/83 Revised and Renamed 10/12/93)

A. The Air Pollution Control Officer shall deny an Authority

to Construct or a Permit to Operate unless the applicant

shows that the emissions units will comply with all

applicable federal, state or District orders, rules or

regulations including any requirement promulgated pursuant

to a federal implementation plan for Ventura County.

The Air Pollution Control Officer may issue a Permit to

Operate to an applicant who presents a variance from Health

and Safety Code Section 41701 or from any District Rules, or

an abatement order that has the effect of a variance, issued

by the District Hearing Board. The compliance schedule in

the variance or abatement order shall be incorporated into a

Part 70 permit upon issuance or reissuance of the permit.

B. The Air Pollution Control Officer shall deny a Permit to

Operate if an emissions unit has not been constructed in

accordance with the conditions on the Authority to Construct

and if the emissions unit as constructed provides less

effective air pollution control than the emissions unit

specified in the Authority to Construct.

C. The Air Pollution Control Officer may deny an Authority to

Construct or a Permit to Operate if an applicant fails to

submit sufficient information to enable the Air Pollution

Control Officer to deem it complete within 6 months of the

initial submittal of the application.