6 CRR-NY 482-1.1NY-CRR

STATE COMPILATION OF CODES, RULES AND REGULATIONS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK
TITLE 6. DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
CHAPTER IV. QUALITY SERVICES
SUBCHAPTER G. PROGRAM FEES
PART 482. AIR POLLUTION PROGRAM FEES
SUBPART 482-1. AIR QUALITY CONTROL PROGRAM FEE
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482-1.1 Who must pay and how much.
(a) Each person, except those required to pay a fee under Subpart 482-2 of this Part, who is required to obtain a permit, certificate or approval pursuant to the State air quality control program must annually submit to the department an air quality control program fee determined as follows:
(1) $1,000 for a stationary combustion installation having maximum operating heat input equal to or greater than 50 million British thermal units per hour as stated on the most recent application for a permit to construct or application for a certificate to operate.
(2) $100 for a stationary combustion installation having a maximum operating heat input less than 50 million British thermal units per hour as stated on the most recent application for a permit to construct or application for a certificate to operate.
(3) $1,000 for a process air contamination source having an annual emission rate equal to or greater than 25 tons per year of any one of the following: sulfur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide, total particulates, carbon monoxide, total volatile organic compounds and other specific air contaminants. The annual emission rate is the actual annual emission rate as stated on the most recent application for a permit to construct or application for a certificate to operate. If hours of operation have not been specified on the applications, then maximum possible hours of operation (8,760 hours) are used to calculate actual annual emissions.
(4) $100 for a process air contamination source for an annual emission rate less than 25 tons per year of any one of the following: sulfur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide, total particulates, carbon monoxide, total volatile, organic compounds and other specific air contaminants. The annual emission rate is the actual annual emission rate as applied for on the most recent application for a permit to construct or application for a certificate to operate. If hours of operation have not been specified on the applications, then maximum possible hours of operation (8,760 hours) are used to calculate actual annual emissions.
(5) $1,000 for an incinerator capable of charging 2,000 pounds of refuse per hour or greater. The charging capacity is established in accordance with the application for a permit to construct or application for a certificate to operate the incinerator source and is calculated on an emission point basis.
(6) $100 for an incinerator with a maximum design charge rate of less than 2,000 pounds of refuse per hour. The charging capacity is established in accordance with the application for the most recent permit to construct or application for a certificate to operate the incinerator source and is calculated on an emission point basis.
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Current through June 30, 2022
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