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SIP - ALASKA - 18 AAC 50.230


(a) This section sets out limits for certain stationary sources that become effective the day after the department receives a request containing all the required information. Under these "preapproved" emission limits or PAELs, no additional department approval is required. The owner and operator shall comply with the limit while that limit is in effect. The limit remains in effect until revoked in accordance with (e) of this section.

(b) The owner or operator of a stationary source containing one or more emission units described in (c) or (d) of this section may request that the preapproved limits in those subsections be applied to that stationary source. To make the request, the owner or operator shall submit to the department the informa­tion required for the limit requested.

(c) Limits on the allowable emissions of, or potential to emit, nitrogen oxides from diesel engines may be established by restricting the amount of fuel that may be burned in an engine. To implement these limits, the owner or operator shall

(d) The owner or operator of a gasoline distribution facility may limit the maximum daily throughput of gasoline for the stationary source to less than 19,900 gallons. If the limit in this subsection is applied, the department will consider the stationary source to be a bulk gasoline plant under the standards adopted by reference in 18 AAC 50.040(a)(2)(M) and (AA). The owner or operator shall (e) The owner or operator may terminate a limit under this section by notifying the department, in writing, of the proposed date for termination of the limit. On and after the proposed date, the limit is no longer in effect unless the limit made it possible for the owner or operator to avoid any preconstruction review procedures or to avoid the requirement for an operating permit. If the limit State effective: 1/29/05; EPA effective: 9/13/07

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