In accordance with Rule 62-210.370 (3), F.A.C., the Annual Operating Report for Air Pollutant Emitting Facility [Including Title V Source Emissions Fee Calculation] Form shall be completed each year for the following facilities:
All Title V sources.
All synthetic non-Title V sources.
All facilities with the potential to emit ten (10) tons per year or more of volatile organic compounds or twenty-five (25) tons per year or more of nitrogen oxides and located in an ozone nonattainment area or ozone air quality maintenance area.
All facilities for which an annual operating report is required by rule or permit.
Notwithstanding the above, no annual operating report shall be required for any facility operating under an air general permit.
By April 1 of the year following each calendar year, an annual operating report shall be submitted to the appropriate DEP division, district or DEP-approved local air pollution control program office. However, if the annual operating report is submitted using the DEP’s electronic annual operating report (EAOR) software, there is no requirement to submit the Annual Operating Report for Air Pollutant Emitting Facility [Including Title V Source Emissions Fee Calculation] Form to any DEP or local air program office. Each Title V source shall submit the annual operating report using the DEP’s electronic annual operating report (EAOR) software, unless the Title V source claims a technical or financial hardship. A technical or financial hardship is claimed by submitting the Annual Operating Report for Air Pollutant Emitting Facility [Including Title V Source Emissions Fee Calculation] Form to the DEP Division of Air Resource Management at:
AOR and Major Air Pollution Source Annual Emissions Fee P.O. Box 3070 Tallahassee, Florida 32315-3070
Thursday, June 22, 2017
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