§ 11-4-660

Certificate of operation – Required

a.

Certificate of operation required .  No person shall cause or allow the operation of any regulated equipment or area requiring an air pollution control permit under Section 11-4-620 of this Code, or a Stage II vapor recovery system, without a valid certificate of operation issued by the commissioner. An application for a certificate of operation shall be made to the department in a form prescribed by the commissioner.

b.

Scope of certificate of operation .  A single certificate of operation shall be issued for a facility, which may encompass regulated equipment or areas requiring more than one air pollution control permit.

c.

Posting .  Certificates of operation shall be posted in a conspicuous place at the facility for which they are issued.

d.

Duration and renewal .  A certificate of operation shall be valid for one year from the date of issuance unless a shorter period is specified by the commissioner, subject to annual renewal as set forth in Section 11-4-690.

e.

Exceptions .  A certificate of operation shall not be required from the department for facilities operating only the following equipment:

1.

Emergency or standby generators;

2.

Boilers or furnaces; or

3.

Other equipment exempted by the commissioner in accordance with rules and regulations promulgated pursuant to this article.

(Added Coun. J. 10-7-09, p. 73413, § 1)

Editor’s note – Coun. J. 10-7-09, p. 73413, § 1, repealed former § 11-4-660, which pertained to required compliance and instruction.

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