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Petition No. 96010

LCB File No. R027-96

Date Received by Commission: 02/09/1996

Summary: Air Quality Operating Permit Program Fees Revision #3

Current Status: Codification completed 8/26/96 by LCB

Nevada Administrative Code: 445B.001 to 445B.395

Permanent Adoption/Hearing: 03/26/1996

Temporary Adoption: N/A

Effective/Filed: 05/03/1996

Codified by LCB: 08/26/1996

Petitioner: NDEP / Bureau of Air Quality

Description of Petition:

Petition 96010 (LCB R027-96) permanently amends NAC 445B.001 to NAC 445B.395 by revising the fee structure for the State's air quality stationary source permitting program. NAC 445B.327 revises the current fee structure for operating permits and annual fees. Fees for Class I and II permits applications are increased and Class II General permits are decreased. The annual emission fee is increased from $3.36 to $3.75 per ton, and sources emitting less than 25 tons per year are exempted from annual emission fees. The annual maintenance fee is eliminated; the annual fee of $350, charged to sources emitting less than 1 ton per year is eliminated and the annual fee of $450 for surface area disturbances is eliminated. NAC 445B.331 is amended to eliminate the distinct fee for reissuance of an expired permit. The fee for a request for a change of location of an emission unit is reduced from $90 to $50.

Annotated History of the Petition:

Petition 96010 received by SEC on 2/9/96 and transmitted to LCB on 2/12/96 for drafting. Scheduled before the SEC on 3/26/96. Adopted by SEC on 3/26/96; to LCB on 3/28/96. Filed w/Secretary of State on 5/3/1996. Codification completed on 8/26/96 by LCB.





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