R. 336.1702 - New sources of volatile organic compound emissions generally

R. 336.1702. New sources of volatile organic compound emissions generally

Rule 702. A person who is responsible for any new source of volatile organic compound emissions shall not cause or allow the emission of volatile organic compound emissions from the new source in excess of the lowest maximum allowable emission rate of the following:

(a) The maximum allowable emission rate listed by the department on its own initiative or based upon the application of the best available control technology.

(b) The maximum allowable emission rate specified by a new source performance standard promulgated by the United States environmental protection agency under authority enacted by title I, part A, section 111 of the clean air act, as amended, 42 U.S.C. ยง 7413.

(c) The maximum allowable emission rate specified as a condition of a permit to install or a permit to operate.

(d) The maximum allowable emission rate specified in part 6 of these rules which would otherwise be applicable to the new source except for the date that the process or process equipment was placed into operation or for which an application for a permit to install, under the provisions of part 2 of these rules, was made to the department. If the part 6 allowable emission rate provides for a future compliance date, then the future compliance date shall also be applicable to a new source pursuant to this subdivision.

(1980 AACS; 1993 AACS; 2002 AACS)

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