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Albuquerque SIP: Part 40 (Reg 22. Registration of Air Contaminant Sources) SIP effective 1993-04-26 to 2005-02-28

Regulatory Text: 

(Approved by EPA 02/23/93 (58 FR 10972) at 52.1620(c)(49) effective 04/26/93.)

22.01   By January 1, 1974, any person owning or operating any commercial or industrial stationary source which emits more than two thousand pounds of any air contaminant per year or any amount of a hazardous air pollutant, must obtain a Registration Certificate for the source from the Director.  Any person owning or operating any commercial or industrial stationary source constructed after September 1, 1973, and meeting the emission requirements of this section, must obtain a Registration Certificate for the source from the Director within one-hundred eighty days after the initial startup date of the source.

22.02   Any person seeking a Registration Certificate shall do so by filing a written application with the Director.  Applications shall:

     A.   be made on forms furnished by the Director.

     B.   state the operator's name and mailing address.

     C.   state the owner's name and mailing address.

     D.   state the name and address of the source.

     E.   state the date of the application.

     F.   describe the nature and amounts of any air contaminants emitted from the source.

     G.   describe the nature of all processes and equipment which produce air contaminant emissions.

     H.   describe the nature and effectiveness of any air pollution control equipment used.

     I.   state the type, quantity and purpose of any fuel used.

     J.   state the normal operating schedule of the source in terms of hours per day, days per week, weeks per month, and months per year.

     K.   contain such other relevant information as the Director may require.

     L.   be signed by the applicant or his authorized representative.

     M.   be accompanied by a one-time registration fee of $25.00.

22.03   Upon receipt of the information and fee required to be submitted by subsection 22.02, the Director shall issue the Registration Certificate.

22.04   Any records or other information furnished to the Director relating to business matters, processes or production techniques unique to the applicant and considered to be confidential shall be clearly labeled as being confidential by the applicant and shall not be made a part of any public record unless the applicant expressly agrees to its publication.

22.05   Whenever a change in the information required in subsection 22.02 occurs, the person owning or operating such source shall, within 15 days, notify the Director in writing of the details and date of such change.  Such person may be subject to Sections 20 and 21 [Regulation No. 20 and Section 21].

22.06   The Director may:

     A.   exempt from the requirement of registration any stationary source or class of stationary sources with Board approval at a public meeting.

     B.   reduce the informational requirements contained in subsection 22.02 of this section for any stationary source or class of stationary sources.

     C.   provide for the filing of a single application and issuance of a single Registration Certificate for two or more stationary sources owned or operated by the same person and encompassed within any circle 300 feet in diameter.

     D.   extend the deadline for registration of any source or class of sources.

22.07   The total of all registration fees paid to the Director on or before the effective date of these Regulations shall be applied to the prescribed fee due under this section.  No fee is refundable.

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