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24.0525 Submittal of initial permit applications- deadlines.

Cite as [A.S.A.C. § 24.0525]

(a) Upon program approval, all owners or operators of existing air pollution emission sources shall submit to the Commission a complete initial permit application within twelve (12) months of program approval. Owners or operators of such sources who applied for a stationary air pollution source permit prior to program approval, but have not yet received a permit, shall also submit a complete and timely permit application within twelve (12) months of program approval. An owner or operator shall not commence or continue construction, reconstruction, modification, relocation or operation without a permit issued under these standards and regulations unless written approval is granted by the Commission.

(b) Upon program approval, all owners or operators of new or proposed air pollution emission sources who have not previously applied for a stationary air pollution source permit shall submit a complete permit application within twelve (12) months of program approval. A stationary air pollution source permit shall be obtained prior to commencement of construction, reconstruction, modification, relocation or operation unless written approval is granted by the Commission.

(c) All existing stationary air pollution source permits shall remain valid past the expiration date for a period not to exceed 15 months until a new stationary air pollution source permit is issued under these standards and regulations.

(d) Requests for an extension of time to file a permit application shall be made at least thirty (30) days prior to the required submission date and shall include the following information:

(1) Justification for the extension, including a showing that reasonable effort and resources have been and are being utilized in the preparation of the application;

(2) A description of the problems being encountered and the reasons for the delays in meeting the application deadline;

(3) The current status of the stationary air pollution source permit application; and

(4) The projected completion date of stationary air pollution source permit application. If the Commission disapproves an extension for initial application submittal, the owner or operator shall meet the scheduled submission date. Under no circumstances shall the deadline for submitting an initial stationary air pollution source permit application be extended more than 15 months past program approval.

(e) All stationary air pollution source permit applications, compliance plans, compliance certifications, and filing fees shall be submitted in accordance with sections 24.0524, 24.0527, and 24.0540 through 24.0543.

History: 2005