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CAA - Clean Air Act - Operating Permit Forms and Applications - Download Here

CAA - Clean Air Act - Operating Permit Forms and Applications - Download Here

File NameDateDescription

  • 0.pdf 10-2-98General Information and Summary (GIS) form
  • 123.pdf 10-2-98Emission Unit Description forms (EUD1, EUD2, and EUD3)
  • 4-7.pdf10-2-98Insignificant Emissions (IE), Emission Summary (EMISS), and Potential to Emit (PTE) forms
  • 8-11.pdf10-2-98Fee Calculation Worksheet (FEE), and Fee Filing (FF) forms, Compliance Plan (CP), Compliance Certification - Method of Compliance
  • 12.pdf10-2-98(CC-1), Compliance Certification (CC-2), and Certification of Truth,  Accuracy, and Completeness (CTAC) forms

     

    The Operating Permits Program was established by the 1990 amendments to the Clean Air Act in Title V sections 501 to 506.
    • Regulations for implementing the operating permit requirements were promulgated on July 21, 1992 and are located in 40 CFR Part 70(Adobe PDF).

    • Federal Operating Permit Regulations were promulgated as 40 CFR Part 71 on July 1, 1996.

      bulletThese regulations apply in those circumstances where an approved operating permit program does not exist.

      bulletThese regulations were proposed on April 27, 1995 at 60 FR 20803.

      bulletPart 71 application forms, including detailed instructions, are available for sources to use to apply for a part 71 permit.

    • Federal Operating Permits Regulations were amended on February 19, 1999, to cover permits in Indian Country. See fact sheet and notice providing Regional Office Contacts.

    • Individual State and local permitting have adopted regulations that were approved by EPA as meeting the requirements of 40 CFR Part 70.

    • Revisions to monitoring and testing requirements and compliance certification procedures were promulgated with the Compliance Assurance Monitoring rule on October 22, 1997 at 62 FR 54899.   See Fact Sheet.

       

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