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Kansas Title V: What you need to know

Governing Law and Regulations

Operating permits: Kansas Administrative Regulations (KAR) 28-19-500 to 28-19-564

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Class I operating permits: KAR 28-19-500, KAR 28-19-501, KAR 28-19-510 to 28-19-518, and 40 CFR 70 Appendix A

Applicability: KAR 28-19-500(a)

Permit application content: KAR 28-19-511

Insignificant activities: KAR 28-19-511

Annual compliance certification: KAR 28-19-512(a)(26)

General Class I operating permits: KAR 28-19-400 to 28-19-404

Recordkeeping: KAR 28-19-501(c)

Annual emissions inventory: KAR 28-19-517

Application fees: KAR 28-19-516

Class II operating permits: KAR 28-19-500, KAR 28-19-501, and KAR 28-19-540 to 28-19-564

Applicability: KAR 28-19-500(b), KAR 28-19-501(b), and KAR 28-19-540

Permit application content: KAR 28-19-541(c)

General Class II permits and permits-by-rule: KAR 28-19-561 to 28-19-564

Recordkeeping and reporting: KAR 28-19-501(c)

Annual emissions inventory: KAR 28-19-546

Application fees: KAR 28-19-545

Public notice: KAR 28-19-204 and KAR 28-19-515

Regulatory Agencies

Kansas Department of Health and Environment (KDHE) Division of the Environment Bureau of Air

Wyandotte County-Kansas City, Kansas Health Department Department of Air Quality

See ADDRESSES & CONTACTS for addresses and telephone numbers.

See national section for basic information and federal regulations.

Comparison: State vs. Federal

Rules. Kansas has implemented an operating permit program that requires any stationary source that is subject to any air quality regulatory emissions limitation or standard to apply for and obtain an operating permit. The Class I operating permit program is the state's Title V program for major sources with actual emissions at or above major levels. The Class I operating permit program follows the ...


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