24.0522 General conditions for issuing a permit.

Cite as [A.S.A.C. § 24.0522]

(a) The Commission may issue a stationary air pollution source permit if the owner or operator of an air pollution emissions source can show to the satisfaction of the Commission that all applicable provisions of these Standards and Regulations will be complied with, including, as applicable:

(1) The maintenance and attainment of an NAAQS and any American Samoa ambient air quality standard;

(2) General prohibitions and standards (and regulations specific to that source) pursuant to Part II of these standards and regulations;

(3) Requirements for air pollution emission sources pursuant to Part III of these standards and regulations;

(4) Applicable Standards of Performance for New Stationary Sources (40 CFR Part 60), National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (40 CFR Part 61), or any other federal standard or other requirement established pursuant to the Clean Air Act.

(5) Applicable standards of performance for air pollution emission sources pursuant to Part IV of these Standards and Regulations; and

(6) Requirements for hazardous air pollutant sources pursuant to Part V;

(b) Air pollution control permits, including permit renewals, and permit amendments for modifications shall be issued only if all of the following conditions are met:

(1) The Commission has obtained enough information to determine that the air pollution emission source will comply with all of the requirements of subsection (a);

(2) The executive secretary has provided an opportunity for all applicable public participation requirements pursuant to section 24.0539;

(3) the permit provides for compliance with all applicable requirements and contains applicable terms and conditions pursuant to 24.0528; and

(4) All applicable requirements for transmission of information to USEPA and USEPA oversight have been satisfied pursuant to 24.0532 and 24.0533.

History: 2005