Md. Code Regs. - Part 70 Permits for Temporary Sources

A. A temporary source is a Part 70 source that the applicant intends to relocate from one site to another site at least once during the term of the permit. The owner or operator of a temporary source that is required to obtain a Part 70 permit, under Regulation .01 of this chapter, shall apply for the Part 70 permit in accordance with the requirements of this chapter.
B. The Department may issue a single Part 70 permit that authorizes operation of a temporary source at multiple sites.
C. The Department may not issue a permit as a temporary source to an affected source under the acid rain program.
D. Part 70 permits for temporary sources shall include:
(1) Conditions to assure compliance with all applicable requirements of the Clean Air Act at all authorized sites;
(2) A requirement that the owner or operator notify the Department at least 10 days in advance of each change in site;
(3) State-only enforceable conditions that assure compliance with all other applicable requirements of the State air pollution control law; and
(4) Conditions that assure compliance with all other provisions of this regulation.
E. The owner or operator of a temporary source shall create and maintain records of the duration of its stay at a site, in addition to the other records required under this subtitle.


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