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Notice of Preliminary Decision by the Imperial County Air Pollution Control District to Issue an Authority to Construct Permit for Manhole Adjusting, Inc.

Notice of Preliminary Decision by the Imperial County Air Pollution Control District to Issue an Authority to Construct Permit for Manhole Adjusting, Inc.

NOTICE OF PRELIMINARY DECISION BY THE IMPERIAL COUNTY AIR POLLUTION CONTROL DISTRICT TO ISSUE AN AUTHORITY TO CONSTRUCT PERMIT TO AMEND PERMIT TO OPERATE NO. 2358A-2 FOR MANHOLE ADJUSTING INC., TO OPERATE A LIME FEED SYSTEM IN CONJUNCTION WITH A CRUMB RUBBER BLENDING PLANT PROPOSED TO BE OPERATED AT THE
AGGREGATE PRODUCTS INC., HOT MIX ASPHALT PLANTS
IN SALTON CITY AND CALEXICO

Pursuant to Imperial County Air Pollution Control District (ICAPCD) Rules and Regulations, the Air Pollution Control Officer (APCO) has made a preliminary decision to issue Manhole Adjusting Inc., an Authority to Construct Permit to amend Permit to Operate (PTO) No. 2358A-2, to operate a new Lime Feed System in conjunction with the existing Crumb Rubber Blending Plant. The Lime Feed System and Crumb Rubber Blending Plant are proposed to operate at Aggregate Products Inc., Hot Mix Asphalt Plants in Salton City (Air District Permit No. 1836) and Calexico (Air District Permit No. 3758). Authority to Construct Permit No. 2358A-2 will include conditions to ensure that all ICAPCD requirements will be satisfied.

The Public has an opportunity to submit comments on the above permit review. Written comments regarding the proposed decision will be received by the ICAPCD for a period of thirty (30) days, after publication of this notice. The closing date for the submission of comments will be May 13, 2017. The application and supporting documentation may be examined at the Air Pollution Control District, 150 South Ninth Street, El Centro, CA 92243.

If you have any questions or would like to have more information about this permit, please contact Israel Hernandez, APC Engineer, at (442) 265-1800.

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