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Two Public Workshops have been scheduled to provide industry, government and the general public an opportunity to comment and review proposed new and revised rules.  The date, time, location and topic of the scheduled workshops is discussed below.



Imperial County Air Pollution Control Office

150 S 9th Street

El Centro, CA 92243


1st Workshop

Topic: Newly proposed rule

          Rule 400.3 Internal Combustion Engine(s)

          Rule 400.3 Staff Report*


Date: Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Time:  2:00pm to 4:00pm


To view a copy of the Sept 18th sign in sheet click here


2nd Workshop

Topic: Revised Rules

          Rule 101 Definitions - last revised February 23, 2010*

          Rule 206 Processing of Applications - last revised October 10, 2006*

          Rule 207 New and Modified Stationary Source Review - last revised September 14, 1999


Date: Thursday, September 19, 2013

Time: 9:00am to 11:00am


To view a copy of the Sept 19th sign in sheet click here


*Indicates Rule is still undergoing administrative review, i.e. formatting, spelling etc.  When the administrative review is final the * will be removed.  By September 18th all edits will be final.


A Public Hearing is currently tentatively set for October 22, 2013.  The "legal" ad should be published by the Clerk of the Board on September 18th, 2013.  Once the "legal" ad is published a NEW page will be accessible under the Public Hearing page.  All Staff reports will be made available by the Public Hearing date. 


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Because of the determination by the USEPA that the populated urban areas of Imperial County are nonattainment for the fine particulate matter with an aerodynamic diameter of less than two and one half microns (PM2.5) certain federal CAA applicable regulations triggered revisions to New Source Review (NSR) rules for sources that emit PM2.5 and precursors that contribute to PM2.5.  on May 16, 2008 (73 FR28321) EPA issued its final rule called the Implementation of the New Source Review Program for Particulate Matter Less than 2.5 Microns (PM2.5 NSR Implementation Rule).    The proposed revisions to the Air District's existing NSR rule will implement mandatory provisions under the permitting program for the federal nonattainment PM2.5 area as described in the PM2.5 NSR Implementation Rule.