Incomplete Information and/or Non-Submittal

According to the current proposed CARB’s regulation, a facility that does not provide enough information to calculate a screening health risk assessment score for diesel PM, will be designated as a “High Priority” facility and must complete a full health risk assessment.  In addition, the facility will be charged the fee applicable to their designation ranging from $5,553.59 to $6,774.93 as specified in Table 1 of AQMD Rule 307.1 (~53 kb*) – Alternative Fees for Air Toxics Emissions Inventory.


A facility that does not submit their Compliance Status Report and a Compliance Plan to the AQMD will be in violation of Rule 1470 requirements.  In addition, the AQMD is authorized under state Health and Safety Code (Section 44340) to require facilities subject to the AB2588 Program to submit plans and reports to the AQMD.  The state Health and Safety Code (Section 44381) includes substantial fines for non-submittal of reports.


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