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    Operating Permit

    Application Packet for

    New Class II Sources

     Revision of Class II Operating Permit

    Renewal of Class II Operating Permit

    Prepared by

    Nevada Division of Environmental Protection

    Bureau of Air Pollution Control

    Class II Permitting Branch

    December 2010

    Table of Contents

General Information ...........................................................................................……........... Page 2

APPLICATION

    Class II Air Quality Operating Permit Application Cover Page ……………....................... Page 3

    General Company Information ........................................................................................…..Page 4

    -General Company Information Form (2 Pages)

    Additional Forms

    Emission Units Application Forms ...........................................................................… Appendix 1

    -Industrial Process Application Form (4 Pages)

    -Combustion Equipment Application Form (4 Pages)

    -Storage Silo Application Form (5 Pages)

    -Liquid Storage Tank Application Form (3 Pages)

    -Surface Area Disturbance Application Form (1 Page)

    Insignificant Activity Unit Information Form .............................................................. Appendix 2

    -Insignificant Activity Information Form (1 Page)

    Facility-Wide Potential to Emit Tables ........................................................................ Appendix 3

    -Table 1 - Facility-Wide (Stationary Source) Potential to Emit (1 Page)

    -Table 2 - Insignificant Activities Potential to Emit (1 Page)

    Detailed Emissions Calculations .................................................................................. Appendix 4

    -This space made available for applicant to provide emissions calculations.

    Emissions Cap ........................................................................................................….. Appendix 5

    -This space made available for applicant to provide emissions cap information.

    Narrative Description - Process Flow Diagram - Plot Plan - Map -

    Dust Control Plan……………………………………………………………. Appendix 6

    -This space made available for applicant to provide a narrative description

     of the entire process, process flow diagram, plot plan, map, and dust

    control plan if applicable.

    Dispersion Modeling Files .....................................................................................…. Appendix 7

    -This space made available for applicant to provide emissions modeling

    files if applicable.

    Application Certification .......................................................................................….. Appendix 8

    -Application Checklist and Certification

ATTACHMENTS

    List of Approved Insignificant Activities ................................................................. Attachment 1

    NAC 445B.288…………………………………………………………………….. Attachment 2

    List of Trivial Activities .......................................................................................….Attachment 3

    List of Hazardous Air Pollutants ...........................................................................…Attachment 4

    List of Default Control Efficiency Ratings ...............................................................Attachment 5

    Page 1

    State of Nevada

     Division of Environmental Protection

     Bureau of Air Pollution Control

     APPLICATION FOR

    CLASS II OPERATING PERMIT

    Please return to: Nevada Division of Environmental Protection

    Bureau of Air Pollution Control, Class II Permitting Branch

    901 South Stewart Street Suite 4001

    Carson City, Nevada 89701-5249

    (775) 687-4670 FAX (775) 687-6396

    General Information

    ; This application is available from the Bureau of Air Pollution Control in a Microsoft Word file, or on the internet at

    http://ndep.nv.gov/bapc/permitd.htm. All information required in the application may be computer generated and

    submitted to the Bureau on 3-1/2" disk(s) or CD(s). In addition, one printed copy must be submitted.

    ; All information required by the “General Company Information” and by the relevant forms in Appendices 1 through 8

    must be completed.

    ; The application filing fee required by NAC 445B.327 must be submitted with the completed application. The fee for a

    new Class II Operating Permit is $3,000. The fee for a modification or revision of a Class II Operating Permit is $2,000.

     Checks must be made payable to: Nevada State Treasurer, Environmental Protection.

    ; This application packet shall be used for new Class II sources, revisions to Class II Operating Permits, and renewals of

    Class II Operating Permits. This application packet is not for use for an administrative amendment, a general permit, a

    stand-alone surface area disturbance permit, nor for a request for change of location approval permit for a temporary

    source.

; Separate application forms for specific types of emission units are provided in Appendix 1. They include application

    forms for: (1) industrial processes, (2) combustion equipment, (3) storage silos, (4) liquid storage tanks and (5) surface

    area disturbances.

; An application for a Class II Operating Permit must be signed by a responsible official, as defined in NAC 445B.156.

    The certification/signature page is contained in Appendix 8.

    ; All items in the application must be addressed. If an item does not apply “N/A” or similar notation must be entered in the

    appropriate blank. All other information must be provided. Incomplete applications will be returned to the responsible

    official within 10 working days of receipt of the application packet.

; A complete application for renewal of a Class II Operating Permit must be submitted at least 70 calendar days before the

    expiration date of the current permit. The Bureau of Air Pollution Control suggests that the application be submitted well

    in advance of the 70 day deadline to ensure the application is complete.

    Page 2

    Application

    for

    Class II Air Quality

    Operating Permit

    Page 3

    GENERAL COMPANY INFORMATION

All applicants shall complete each item or explain in the space provided why no information is needed. Please specify

    "N/A" (Not Applicable) if necessary. The application will be returned to the applicant if it is deemed incomplete.

1. COMPANY NAME AND ADDRESS THAT ARE TO APPEAR ON THE OPERATING PERMIT

    [NAC 445B.295.1]:

     (Name)

     (Address)

    (City) (State) (Zip Code)

2. Owner's Name and Address [NAC 445B.295.1]:

     (Name)

     (Address)

    (City) (State) (Zip Code)

    3. Source Name and Mailing Address, if different from #1 [NAC 445B.295.1]:

     (Name)

     (Address)

    (City) (State) (Zip Code)

4. Physical Location of Stationary Source [NAC 445B.295.8]: (if no physical address, describe location, e.g.,

    4 miles south of I-80 at xx Interchange)

    Township(s) Range(s) Section(s)

    5. Plant Manager or Other Appropriate Contact [NAC 445B.295.1]:

    (Name) (Title)

     (Address)

    (City) (State) (Zip Code)

     (Telephone #) (FAX #) (E-mail address)

    Page 4

    GENERAL COMPANY INFORMATION (CONTINUED)

6. Responsible Official Name, Title and Address [NAC 445B.295.1]:

    (Name) (Title)

     (Address)

    (City) (State) (Zip Code)

     (Telephone #) (FAX #) (E-mail address)

    7. If records required under the operating permit will be kept at a location other than the source, specify that

    location [NAC 445B.295.7].

     (Name)

    (Address)

    (City) (State) (Zip Code)

    8. This application is being submitted for the following (please check appropriate box below):

     A new Class II Operating Permit

     Renewal of a Class II Operating Permit

     Revision of a Class II Operating Permit

9. Application Submittal:

    Please remove the cover page, Table of Contents and General Information page and all Attachments of the

    application packet. Submit the remainder of the application packet as your formal application. This should

    consist of, at a minimum, the Class II Application cover page, the General Company Information, and

    Appendices 1 through 8.

    Page 5

    Appendix 1

    EMISSION UNITS

    APPLICATION FORMS

    (Industrial Process/Combustion Equipment/Storage Silo/

    Liquid Storage Tank/ Surface Area Disturbance)

    Instructions

PLEASE RESPOND SEPARATELY TO ITEMS 1 through 5 FOR EACH EMISSION UNIT, as

    appropriate. Each emission unit at the stationary source must be identified by completion of the appropriate application form contained in this appendix. Forms may be duplicated as needed. Complete all applicable attachments (Appendix 1) included in this application package [NAC 445B.295].

    Section 1. Equipment Description: Provide information about the Standard Industrial Classification Code

    (SIC), describe the processes and products by SIC, including any associated with an alternative

    operating scenario identified in this application, model number, manufacture date, dimensions

    and UTM coordinates. [NAC 445B.295.3]

    Section 2. Design Rate/Operating Parameters: Describe all production rates, operating schedules and

    materials used in the process. [NAC 445B.295.3]

    Section 3. Fuel Usage: Describe all fuels and fuel usage. [NAC 445B.295.3]

    Section 4. Pollution Control Equipment/Exhaust Stack Parameters: Identify and describe all air pollution

     control equipment. [NAC 445B.295.4]

    Section 5. Requested Emission Limits: Provide the requested emission limits for each emission unit.

    Include emission rates of all regulated air pollutants that are subject to an emissions limitation

    pursuant to an applicable requirement. The emission rates must be described in pounds per

    hour and tons per year and in such terms as are necessary to establish compliance using the

    applicable standard reference test method. [NAC 445B.295.8, NAC 445B.3363(d)]

    Alternative Operating Scenarios: Complete a separate application form for each emission unit having an alternative operating scenario. (A common example of an alternative operating scenario is a steam boiler that utilizes natural gas as the primary fuel, but may combust diesel fuel as an alternate fuel source). Please

    check the box in the upper right hand corner of each application form for emission units requesting an alternative operating scenario. Additionally, for each emission unit application form requesting an alternative operating scenario:

    1. Define each alternative operating scenario [NAC 445B.296.1(a)];

    2. Demonstrate that each scenario will comply with each applicable requirement or relevant

    requirement of NAC 445B.001 to 445B.3497, inclusive [NAC 445B.296.1(b)];

    3. Detail proposed conditions, including monitoring and recordkeeping for each alternative operating

    scenario, which will ensure compliance. Contemporaneous log entries must be provided every time

    the source changes from one scenario to another [NAC 445B.296.1(c)].

    4. Provide emission rates and detailed calculations for each alternative operating scenario in Appendix

    4 [NAC 445B.296.1(d)].

Surface Area Disturbance

    Complete a Surface Area Disturbance application form for any land disturbances that equal or exceed 5 acres. (Note: The submittal of a dust control plan is required for each surface area disturbance, as specified in Appendix 6. Please provide the dust control plan in Appendix 6.)

    INDUSTRIAL PROCESS

    APPLICATION FORM

    CLASS II OPERATING PERMIT

    Check here if this is an

     alternative operating scenario

    Section 1 - Equipment Description

a. Type of equipment

b. Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) Code

c. Manufacturer of equipment

d. Model number Serial number *Equip. number

e. Date equipment manufactured:

    f. Please check one: Temporary (At the same location for less than 12 months)

     Stationary (At the same location for more than 12 months)

g. For crushers: size output setting, check one: Primary (; 4")

     Secondary (< 4" but ; 1")

     Tertiary (< 1")

h. Please check if portable: Portable (transportable or movable within the confines of the stationary

    source)

    i. UTM Coordinates meters N; meters E; Zone 11

j. Basic equipment dimensions (feet): L W H

*The equipment number is the facility's own numbering system for this piece of equipment.

Section 2 - Design Rate/Operating Parameters

a. Maximum design capacity (tons per hour)

b. Requested operating rate (tons per hour)*

c. Requested operating time: (time of day)* to

     Hours per day Days per year Hours per year

d. Batch load or charge weight (tons)

e. Total hours required to process batch or charge

f. Maximum operating rate (tons per year)

g. Requested operating rate (tons per year)*

h. Type of material processed

i. Minimum moisture content

*Note: Please complete if other than the maximum design capacity (tons per hour and tons per year) and/or the maximum hours of

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operation (24 hours per day, 8760 hours per year) are being requested. The permit will be limited to these values.

    INDUSTRIAL PROCESS

    APPLICATION FORM

    CONTINUED

    Section 3 - Fuel Usage

    (This section only applies to fuel consumed/combusted within the process unit. Fuels consumed/combusted in combustion units are to be listed on the Combustion Equipment Application Form.) Type of Fuel Amount Used Per Heat Content Ash Content Sulfur Trace

    Hour (specify in Btus) (% by Content Elements

    weight) ( % by (% by

    weight) weight) Oil- Specify

    Type(s)

     gallons

     gallons

    Gasoline gallons

    Propane cubic feet Natural Gas cubic feet

    *Waste Oil gallons Other

    Type of Amount Heat Ash Sulfur Trace Percent Percent Percent

    Fuel Used Content Content Content Elements moisture volatile fixed

    Per (specify (% by (% by (% by matter carbon

    Hour in Btus) weight) weight) weight)

    (tons)

    Coal - Specify Type(s)

If more than one type of fuel is combusted, under this operating scenario please specify primary fuel and percentage on a

    maximum hourly and annual basis (if fuel blending is the primary fuel, identify percentages of each fuel blended). Attach

    additional information to this form if necessary.

*Firing of waste oil will require multi metals test to insure fuel is non-hazardous.

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