Or. Admin. R. 632-030-0049 - Emergency Operating Permits

Current through Register Vol. 61, No. 4, April 1, 2022

The Department may issue an emergency operating permit as authorized under ORS 517.832. An emergency operating permit is subject to the following additional limitations:

(1) The emergency operating permit may not be for a term in excess of three months and may be terminated by the Department on 48-hour notice.
(2) The operator may continue operations at the site after three months only if the emergency operating permit is replaced by a temporary, provisional, or regular operating permit. The operator must follow the procedures for applying for the temporary, provisional, or regular operating permit.
(3) The operator is required to provide notice of the proposed emergency operating permit to all federal agencies and public bodies as defined in ORS 174.109 that may be affected by the emergency operating permit and to provide the Department with the names of the agencies and public bodies notified and the manner of notification. The Department may require additional notification or deny the emergency operating permit if it determines that the notice is inadequate.
(4) The Department will not issue or will terminate an emergency operating permit upon receipt of an objection from an affected federal agency or public body.
(5) An operator seeking an emergency permit must pay a fee to the Department in an amount determined by the Department be adequate to cover the additional costs for staff and other related expenses.
(6) The Department may waive the requirement for a bond or alternate form of security for an emergency operating permit.

Notes

Or. Admin. R. 632-030-0049
DGMI 1-2009, f. & cert. ef. 5-15-09

Stat. Auth.: ORS 516.090, 517.800, 517.810, 517.832 & 517.840

Stats. Implemented: ORS 517.750 - 517.992

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