|(a) An owner and/or operator of a municipal solid waste landfill site must comply with the following general requirements, as applicable: (1) provisions of Federal Clean Air Act (FCAA), §111 (concerning Standards of Performance for New Stationary Sources) as listed under 40 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 60, promulgated by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), including, but not limited to, Subpart WWW or Chapter 113, Subchapter D of this title (relating to Designated Facilities and Pollutants); (2) provisions of FCAA, §112 (concerning Hazardous Air Pollutants) as listed under 40 CFR Part 61, promulgated by the EPA; (3) maximum achievable control technology standards as listed under 40 CFR Part 63, promulgated by the EPA under FCAA, §112 or as listed under Chapter 113, Subchapter C of this title (relating to National Emissions Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants for Source Categories (FCAA, §112, 40 CFR 63)), including, but not limited to, Subpart AAAA; (4) if subject to Chapter 101, Subchapter H, Division 3 of this title (relating to Mass Emissions Cap and Trade Program), obtain allocations to operate; and (5) rules and regulations of the commission adopted under Texas Clean Air Act, Texas Health and Safety Code, Chapter 382, and with the intent of the Texas Clean Air Act, including the protection of health and property of the public. (b) All representations with regard to construction plans, operating procedures, permits by rule, or standard permits claimed, and maximum emission rates in any certification for this subchapter, become conditions upon which the municipal solid waste landfill must be constructed and operated. The owner or operator must submit a revised certification for changes that vary from the original representations. If changes occur and the site remains eligible for this subchapter, the owner and/or operator of the site must follow the notification/certification procedures listed in §330.987 of this title (relating to Certification Requirements). Any change that occurs such that a site, facility, or project is no longer eligible to claim this standard permit requires proper authorization under §116.111 of this title (relating to General Application).