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Procedures and Specific Requirements (5.2)
The following are required for this program. For a full list of implementing documents, see
Section 6, “Exhibits”.
For detailed information on roles and responsibilities, see Air Quality:
Roles, Responsibilities, and Authorities Matrix
New Emissions Sources
Potential new emissions sources that must be evaluated by the program manager are described in Air Quality:
New Emissions Source Requirements
Permit requirements for construction projects are described in Air Quality:
Construction Project Air Permit Requirements
Permitted Emissions Sources
For an overview of regulated air pollutants and where they are found at SLAC, see Air Quality:
Air Pollutants, SLAC Emissions Sources, and Regulatory Reference
For a list of permitted emissions sources and emissions limits, see Air Quality:
Permitted and Permit-exempt Emissions Source Requirements
Note: Certain permitted emissions are strictly limited. Note individual limits, and also the proportion each emissions source contributes to the overall limit.
All tracked data for permitted emissions sources must be submitted to the program manager on a monthly basis in a mutually acceptable format. In addition, these explicit timeframes apply to the following emissions sources:
- Halogenated solvent cleaners. Use logs must be submitted to the program manager on the first working day of each calendar month for the previous month. (Per NESHAPs reporting requirements).
- Construction and industrial projects associated with permitted emissions sources. See timeframe indicated on the use log forms in Air Quality:
Monthly Hazardous Material Use, Fuel Consumption, and Equipment Operation Forms
Note: The program manager also gathers additional air emissions information on a case-by-case basis for other regulatory reports.
Inspection forms developed for specific SLAC emissions sources are currently in use. For all other emissions sources, unless a more appropriate inspection form exists, use Air Quality:
Emissions Sources Inspection Form [pdf] [doc].
Tracking logs are compiled and analyzed to fulfill many reporting requirements, in addition to complying with permit conditions. For a full list of air quality program deliverables to government agencies, see Air Quality:
Reportable Equipment Malfunction
Equipment failures that may result in excess emissions must be reported under the BAAQMD Reportable Compliance Activities Program. For more information on determining reportable failures, contact the program manager or see the
BAAQMD program form
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