VENAPCD RULE 26.3 NEW SOURCE REVIEW - EXEMPTIONS

LAST REVISED 10/22/91





Rule 26.3 New Source Review - Exemptions (Adopted 10/22/91)

A. Exemptions from New Source Review

An exemption from the requirements of Rule 26.2 and 26.10

shall be allowed for the following:

1. Any emissions unit which is required to obtain a

Permit to Operate from the District due to a revision

to Rule 23, provided the emissions unit was operated

within Ventura County before the date on which a Permit

to Operate is required by such revision to Rule 23 and

the application for a Permit to Operate is submitted no

later than one year after the date on which a Permit to

Operate is required by such revision to Rule 23.

2. Any emissions unit which is required to obtain a

Permit to Operate from the District due to a change in

the area for which the District is designated the

corresponding onshore area, provided the emissions unit

was operated within such area before the effective date

of the change in designation.

3. A relocation of an emissions unit within Ventura

County where the new location is no more than five

miles from the previous location and provided that

there is no emission increase.

4. Any stationary source which is required to obtain a

Permit to Operate solely because of permit renewal or a

transfer of ownership.

B. Exemptions from Best Available Control Technology

Requirements

An exemption from the requirements of Rule 26.2.A shall be

allowed for the following:

1. A modified emissions unit where the modification is

made for the purpose of complying with regulatory

requirements and where there is no increase in

throughput. This exemption shall not apply to any

pollutant for which there is an emission increase.

2. A modified emissions unit where the modification is

made for the purpose of reducing the emission of air

pollutants and where there is no increase in

throughput.