| (g) Unless otherwise provided in the general permit or in §305.53
of this title (relating to Application Fee), a person seeking authorization
by general permit shall submit a $100 application fee payable to the agency
at the time of filing an NOI. If a person is denied coverage under the general
permit in accordance with subsection (c) or (e) of this section, any application
fee will be applied to the application fee required for an individual permit
application for the same discharge.
(h) The general permit shall require a person authorized to
discharge waste under a general permit to submit up-to-date information to
the executive director in a notice of change within a specified period of
time prior to a change in previous information provided to the agency or any
other change with respect to the nature or operations of the facility or the
characteristics of the discharge. In cases where the general permit requires
that an NOI be submitted, the general permit shall require that when the ownership
of the facility changes or is transferred, a notice of termination be submitted
by the present owner, and a new NOI be submitted by the new owner, not later
than ten days prior to the change in ownership.
(i) When requested by a county or municipality, the commission
may establish a provision in a general permit for notification by the discharger
to a county judge or mayor of a municipality of NOIs that would allow discharges
within their respective jurisdiction. If the executive director or commission
denies authorization for a proposed discharge in the county or municipality,
the executive director shall notify the county judge or mayor.
(j) The executive director's decisions on NOIs under this chapter
are subject to §50.139 of this title (relating to Motion to Overturn
Executive Director's Decision).