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To be published Sunday, January 2, 2022
Air Quality Regulatory Measures that May Be Adopted or Amended in 2022
State law (Health and Safety Code Section 40923) requires the Santa Barbara County Air Pollution Control District (District) to publish a list of regulatory measures scheduled for consideration each year. These regulatory measures, or rules and regulations, are adopted in order to reduce air pollution in Santa Barbara County. Air quality rules and regulations that may be adopted or amended during 2022 are listed below. Other measures may be proposed for adoption per the criteria specified in Section 40923 of the Health and Safety Code. Before the adoption or amendment or any regulatory measure, the District publishes a notice in a local newspaper and holds a public hearing to accept comments from affected businesses and other interested parties.
The following rules are tentatively proposed to be adopted or amended in 2022:
|316||Storage and Transfer of Gasoline|
|333||Control of Emissions from Reciprocating Internal Combustion Engines|
|358||Stationary Gas Turbines|
|363||Particulate Matter (PM) Control Devices|
The following rules are included in case adoption or amendment is needed during 2022:
|202||Exemptions to Rule 201|
|321||Solvent Cleaning Machines and Solvent Cleaning|
|341||Municipal Solid Waste Landfills|
|351||Surface Coating of Wood Products|
|362||Nitrogen Oxides (NOx) from Miscellaneous Combustion Sources|
|401||Agricultural and Prescribed Burning|
|809||Federal Minor Source New Source Review|
|810||Federal Prevention of Significant Deterioration|
|901||New Source Performance Standards (NSPS)|
|1002||Asbestos Removal, Renovation, and Demolition|
|1303||Part 70 Operating Permits – Permits|
If you would like to check on the status of a rule, please visit the District’s website at www.ourair.org/rules-and-regs/. For more information, contact Tim Mitro at (805) 961-8883.