|(a) The following requirements apply to a plant-wide
applicability limit (PAL) permit.
(1) Only one PAL may be issued for each pollutant at
an existing major stationary source.
(2) A PAL permit may include more than one PAL.
(3) A PAL permit may not cover facilities or emissions
units at more than one existing major stationary source.
(4) A PAL permit may be consolidated with a new source
review permit at the existing major stationary source.
(5) A PAL permit can be issued only for an existing
major stationary source; it may not be issued for a new major stationary
source as defined in 40 Code of Federal Regulations §51.165(a)(1)(iv)(A)
(b) The new owner of a major stationary source shall
comply with §116.110(e) of this title (relating to Applicability),
provided that all facilities, or emissions units at a major stationary
source, covered by a PAL permit change ownership at the same time
and to the same person, or both the new owner and existing permit
holder must obtain a PAL permit alteration allocating the emission
prior to the transfer of the permit by the commission. After the sale
of a facility, or emissions unit at a major stationary source, but
prior to the transfer of a permit requiring a permit alteration, the
original PAL permit holder remains responsible for ensuring compliance
with the existing PAL permit and all rules of the commission.
(c) The owner of the facility, emissions unit at a
major stationary source, group of facilities, or account or the operator
of the facility, emissions unit at a major stationary source, group
of facilities, or account that is authorized to act for the owner
is responsible for complying with this section, except as provided
by subsection (b) of this section.
|Source Note: The provisions of this §116.180 adopted to be effective February 1, 2006, 31 TexReg 515; amended to be effective March 3, 2011, 36 TexReg 1305; amended to be effective August 16, 2012, 37 TexReg 6049