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Texas Title V: What you need to know

Governing Law and Regulations

Non-Title V Operating Permits: 30 Texas Administrative Code (TAC) 116.10 to 116.176 and 30 TAC 116.310 to 116.765

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Synthetic minor operating permits: 30 TAC 122.122

Title V Operating Permits: 30 TAC 122.10 to 122.606

Applicability: 30 TAC 122.10 and 30 TAC 122.120

Application content: 30 TAC 122.132

Action on an application: 30 TAC 122.133 to 122.140 and 30 TAC 122.312 to 122.360

Compliance history: 30 TAC 122.162

Permit content: 30 TAC 122.142 to 122.148

Fees:

Inspections fees: 30 TAC 101.24

Emissions fees: 30 TAC 101.27

Regulatory Agency

Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ)

See ADDRESSES & CONTACTS for addresses and telephone numbers.

See national section for basic information and federal regulations.

Comparison: State vs. Federal

Rules. Texas provides one-stop permitting for nonmajor sources because the construction permits also provide the conditions under which the source is allowed to operate. Major sources must comply with the provisions of the state's Title V operating permit program. In general, the state Title V operating permit program, known as the federal operating permit program, follows federal Part 70 rules, including provisions establishing greenhouse gas (GHG) permitting thresholds. In addition, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) evaluates an applicant's compliance history as part of the Title V operating permit application review.

Administration and enforcement. TCEQ administers and enforces the federal operating permit program requirements.

State Requirements

NON-TITLE V OPERATING PERMITS

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