Registration in General
(1)Any air contaminant source not subject to Air Contaminant Discharge Permits, OAR 340 division 216, or Oregon Title V Operating Permits, OAR 340 division 218, must register with DEQ upon request pursuant to OAR 340-210-0110 (Registration Requirements) through 340-210-0120 (Re-Registration and Maintaining Registration).
(2)The owner or operator of an air contaminant source listed in subsection (2)(a) that is certified through a DEQ approved environmental certification program and subject to an Area Source NESHAP may register the source with DEQ pursuant to OAR 340-210-0110 (Registration Requirements) through 340-210-0120 (Re-Registration and Maintaining Registration) in lieu of obtaining a permit according to with OAR 340-216-0020 (Applicability and Jurisdiction), unless DEQ determines that the source has not complied with the requirements of the environmental certification program.
(a)The following sources may be registered under this section:
(A)Motor vehicle surface coating operations.
(B)Dry cleaners using perchloroethylene.
(b)Approved environmental certification program. To be approved, the environmental certification program must, at a minimum, require certified sources to comply with all applicable state and federal rules and regulations and require additional measures to increase environmental protection.
(c)Fees. In order to obtain and maintain registration, owners and operators of sources registered pursuant to this section must pay the following annual fees by March 1 of each year:
(A)Motor vehicle surface coating operations — $288.00.
(B)Dry cleaners using perchloroethylene — $216.00.
(i)8–30 days late: 5% of annual fee.
(ii)31–60 days late: 10% of annual fee.
(iii)61 or more days late: 20% of annual fee.
(D)Failure to pay fees. Registration is automatically terminated upon failure to pay annual fees within 90 days of invoice by DEQ, unless prior arrangements for payment have been approved in writing by DEQ.
(d)Recordkeeping. In order to maintain registration, owners and operators of sources registered pursuant to this section must maintain records required by the approved environmental performance program under subsection (2)(b). The records must be kept on site and in a form suitable and readily available for expeditious inspection and review.
(3)The owner or operator of an air contaminant source that is subject to a federal NSPS or NESHAP in 40 CFR part 60 or 40 CFR part 3 and that is not located at a source that is required to obtain a permit under OAR 340 division 216 (Air Contaminant Discharge Permits) or OAR 340 division 218 (Oregon Title V Operating Permits), must register and maintain registration with DEQ pursuant to OAR 340-210-0110 (Registration Requirements) through 340-210-0120 (Re-Registration and Maintaining Registration) if requested in writing by DEQ (or by EPA at DEQ’s request).
(4)Revocation. DEQ may revoke a registration if a source fails to meet any requirement in OAR 340-210-0110 (Registration Requirements).
Rule 340-210-0100 — Registration in General,