|(a) Air emissions from the following stationary sources are authorized by this standard permit: (1) recycling (e.g., crushing glass, shredding or crushing aluminum, light bulb crushing, wood chipping, or mulching); (2) transfer stations: (A) located at a municipal solid waste (MSW) landfill site; or (B) not located at a landfill and store over 1,000 tons of MSW overnight, defined as sunset to sunrise, must have the waste holding area covered by a ventilated building that has a minimum 16-foot vertical exhaust of 45,000 cubic feet per minute or greater; (3) waste solidification/stabilization operations, which must be conducted with the following conditions: (A) when dry fine powdery materials, including, but not limited to, fly ash, cement kiln dust, hydrated lime, and fine sawdust are used for mixing in the waste solidification/stabilization process loading/unloading, transporting, and mixing, they must be controlled so as to minimize particular matter emissions. Controls to minimize particular matter emissions may include loading and storing in enclosed containers, or mixing and unloading under conditions where the materials cannot become airborne; and (B) no site-generated visible emissions may cross the property line for a period not to exceed 30 seconds in any six-minute period, as determined by United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Test Method 22; (4) landfill cell construction, operation, and closures, including landfill gas emissions and associated capture and control equipment; (5) landfill mist spray systems to control odor. These landfill mist spray systems will operate such that no visible emissions may cross the property line for a period not to exceed 30 seconds in any six-minute period, as determined by EPA Test Method 22; (6) any other facility or group of facilities that meets a permit by rule under Chapter 106 of this title (relating to Permits by Rule) or a standard permit under Chapter 116, Subchapter F of this title (relating to Standard Permits) with the exception of activities listed in §330.985(d)(2) of this title (relating to Applicability and Exceptions); (7) leachate and landfill gas condensate activities, which must be conducted as follows: (A) leachate and/or landfill gas condensate may be recirculated on-site at a rate not to exceed 100,000 gallons per day, and in accordance with the conditions and limitations specified in §330.177 of this title (relating to Leachate and Gas Condensate Recirculation); and (B) air emissions are authorized from leachate and/or landfill gas condensate stored in tanks or disposed in evaporation ponds that are lined in accordance with §330.331(b) of this title (relating to Design Criteria), and meet the requirements in §330.17 of this title (relating to Technical Guidelines); (8) fuel storage tanks, which must meet the following requirements: (A) storage and transfer of gasoline, diesel fuel, or kerosene are authorized by this standard permit; (B) permanent gasoline tanks must be located at least 500 feet from any off-property receptor; (C) total annual throughput of gasoline for all tanks may not exceed 20,000 gallons per year unless a vapor balance system as defined in §115.10 of this title (relating to Definitions), is used; and (D) records of annual throughput must be maintained; (9) tire shredding, which may be conducted at a rate not to exceed 11 tons per hour. Records of the amount of tires shredded per hour must be maintained; (10) bioremediation pads, which must be operated such that the pad must be located at least 165 feet from any off-property receptor; (11) the GCCS, which must be designed to route total collected landfill gas to one of the following control devices: (A) flares that satisfy requirements and are operated in accordance with 40 CFR Part 60, Subpart WWW, as applicable; (B) a landfill gas-fired stationary, reciprocating internal combustion engine or a landfill gas-fired turbine not used to generate electricity, that satisfies all of the requirements of §106.4(a)(1) of this title (relating to Requirements for Permitting by Rule) and §106.512 of this title (relating to Stationary Engines and Turbines); (C) a landfill gas-fired stationary electric generating unit that satisfies all of the requirements of Chapter 116, Subchapter F of this title; (D) a landfill gas-fired boiler, heater, or other combustion unit, not including stationary, reciprocating internal combustion engines or turbines, that satisfies the maximum heat input and nitrous oxide requirements of §106.4(a)(1) of this title and §106.183 of this title (relating to Boilers, Heaters, and Other Combustion Devices) and applicable sections of Chapter 117 of this title (relating to Control of Air Pollution from Nitrogen Compounds); (E) a pollution control project that satisfies all the requirements of §116.617 of this title (relating to Standard Permits for Pollution Control Projects). Any facility or process added under this subsection is not considered a new production facility for the purposes of §116.617 of this title; or (F) a gas treatment system that processes the collected gas to produce a product or by-product for subsequent sale or use. All emissions from any atmospheric vent from the gas treatment system must be subject to the requirements of 40 CFR §60.752(b)(2)(iii)(A) or (B); and (12) a temporary rock crusher that is used exclusively for cell construction that satisfies all the requirements of the Air Quality Standard Permit for Temporary Rock Crushers. (b) If sampling of stacks and/or process vents are required, the owner or operator must contact the appropriate regional office and any other air pollution control program having jurisdiction over the site prior to sampling to obtain the proper data forms and procedures. All sampling and testing procedures must be approved by the executive director and coordinated with the regional representatives of the commission. The owner or operator is also responsible for providing sampling facilities and conducting the sampling operations or contracting with an independent sampling consultant. (c) The facilities covered by this standard permit may not be operated unless all air pollution emission capture and abatement equipment is maintained in good working order and operating properly during normal facility operations. Notification for emissions events and unscheduled maintenance must be made in accordance with §101.201 of this title (relating to Emissions Event Reporting and Recordkeeping Requirements) and §101.211 of this title (relating to Scheduled Maintenance, Startup, and Shutdown Reporting and Recordkeeping Requirements). (d) Owners and/or operators must monitor and control particulate matter as follows. (1) All operations must be conducted in a manner so as to minimize any particulate matter emissions at the landfill boundary. No site-generated visible emissions, as determined by EPA Test Method 22, may not cross the property line for a period exceeding 30 seconds in any six-minute period. (2) Roads and other areas subject to vehicle traffic must be kept clean of debris and either be watered, treated with dust-suppressant chemicals, or paved with a cohesive hard surface that is maintained intact and cleaned as necessary. (3) All excavated areas must be watered or treated with dust-suppressant chemicals as necessary to control particulate matter emissions. (e) Tire shredding, outdoor dry abrasive blasting, the operation of a temporary rock crusher used exclusively for cell construction, or waste solidification/stabilization when fine materials are used in the process, must not occur simultaneously (no two or more processes can occur at the same time). (f) An MSW landfill cell that contains Class 1 industrial nonhazardous waste greater than 20% by weight or volume must have a GCCS associated with the location of the Class 1 waste, and that GCCS is subject to the provisions of §330.995 of this title (relating to Recordkeeping and Reporting Requirements for all Municipal Solid Waste Landfill Sites).