Tenn. Comp. R. & Regs. 1200-03-10-.01 - SAMPLING REQUIRED TO ESTABLISH AIR CONTAMINANT EMISSION LEVELS

(1) New Facilities
(a) There shall be provided for any stack or duct adequate sampling facilities a follows:
1. Sampling ports of a size, number, and location as the Technical Secretary may require;
2. Safe access to each port; and
3. Such other sampling and testing facilities as the Technical Secretary may require.
(b) The Technical Secretary may at his discretion require the applicant for an operating permit to conduct or have conducted such tests as are necessary to establish the amount of air contaminants emitted from such equipment or control apparatus. Such tests shall be conducted in a manner approved by the Technical Secretary. The Technical Secretary may require that such tests be conducted in the presence of this representative.
(c) The Technical Secretary may conduct tests of air contaminant emissions from any source. Upon request of the Technical Secretary the person responsible for the source to be tested shall provide, at no expense to the Technical Secretary, reasonable and necessary openings in stacks, vents, and ducts, along with safe and easy access thereto including a suitable power source to the point of testing for proper determination of the level of air contaminant emissions.
(2) Existing Facilities
(a) Whenever the Technical Secretary has reason to believe that the emission limits of the regulations set forth herein are being violated, he may require the owner to conduct or have conducted at the owner's expense, tests to determine the emission level of specific air contaminants. The Technical Secretary may require that such tests be conducted in the presence of his representative.
(b) The Technical Secretary may at his discretion require the applicant for an operating permit to conduct or have conducted such tests as are necessary to establish the amount of air contaminants emitted from such equipment or control apparatus. Such tests shall be made at the expense of the applicant and shall be conducted in a manner approved by the Technical Secretary. The Technical Secretary may require that such tests be conducted in the presence of this representatives.
(c) The Technical Secretary may conduct tests of air contaminant emissions from any source. Upon request of the Technical Secretary, the person responsible for the source to be tested shall provide, at no expense to the Technical Secretary, reasonable and necessary openings in stacks, vents, and ducts, along with safe and easy access thereto, including a suitable power source to the point of testing for proper determination of the level of air contaminant emissions.
(3) Periodic Testing Required
(a) The Technical Secretary may require the owner or operator of an air contaminant source, as a condition of his operating permit, to conduct or have conducted periodic tests to establish the amount of air contaminants emitted. The nature, extent, and frequency of such required testing shall be specified in the operating permit. Such tests shall be made at the expense of the owner or operator and shall be conducted in a manner approved by the Technical Secretary. The Technical Secretary shall be supplied with such data as stipulated in the operating permit.
(b) Any person affected by any of these regulations and directed to do so by the Technical Secretary, shall file emission data, as a minimum of one year, with the Technical Secretary on forms available from the Secretary.

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Tenn. Comp. R. & Regs. 1200-03-10-.01
Original rule certified June 7, 1974. Amendments filed June 6, 2018; effective 9/4/2018.

Authority: T.C.A. ยงยง 4-5-202, et seq.; 53-3412; 68-25-105; and 68-201-101, et seq.

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