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Oklahoma – New Permit By Rule applications for emergency generator engines.

May 28, 2015

The Air Quality Division of Oklahoma’s Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) is in the final stages of preparing for the release of a new air permit application option for emergency generator /engines, according to a May 2015 report by Trinity Consultants. The option is for sites whose only need for a permit is because they have an emergency backup generator subject to Federal requirements under NSPS IIII or JJJJ or NESHAP ZZZZ.

The necessary changes to air rules in OAC 252:100-7 will be discussed in an Air Quality Advisory Council MeetingOklahoma Department of Environmental Quality on June 10. The proposed rule change would create a new Permit by Rule (PBR) which would be available around October 2015. The following is a summary of the expected changes that the new permit by rule, once issued, will have:

  • It will reduce the requirement to do an Emission Inventory from annually to every 6 years, (after the first year), if site wide actual emissions are less than 5 tpy.
  • Annual emissions fees will not be affected by the new permitting format. They are based on the amount of emissions, which will remain unchanged.
  • Federal RICE rules and site compliance requirements will remain unchanged.
    • Permitting fees will be reduced. They will match the other Permit by Rule fees already in place, $250 for
  • Registration to Construct and $100 for a Registration to Operate.
  • Submittal of both fees is acceptable with initial registration.
  • Sites with existing or pending applications should be able to convert to this PBR by submitting a letter request to DEQ.

What this means to you
Emergency backup engine operators in Oklahoma may be subject to a permit by rule available in mid-October 2015 that will reduce permitting requirements and fees. Sites with existing or pending applications should be able to convert by submitting a PBR request letter to DEQ.

MIRATECH can help
Contact MIRATECH to learn more about emission solutions for standby generator engines.