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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 9. Environment
Title 9. Environment
Agency 5. State Air Pollution Control Board

Chapter 510. Nonmetallic Mineral Processing General Permit
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Section 30
Purpose and basis
Section 40
Section 50
Section 60
Existence of permit no defense
Section 70
Section 80
Enforcement of a general permit
Section 90
Requirements for granting an authorization to operate under the general permit
Section 100
Applications for coverage under the general permit and notices of termination
Section 110
Required information for initial applications
Section 120
Required information for modifications and relocations
Section 130
Application statement and notice of termination forms
Section 140
General permit content
Section 150
Granting an authorization to operate under the general permit
Section 160
Transfer of authorizations to operate under the general permit
Section 170
General permit
Section 180
General terms and conditions
Section 190
Emissions standards
Section 200
Compliance determination and verification by emission testing
Section 210
Compliance determination and verification by emission monitoring
Section 220
Recordkeeping requirements
Section 230
Reporting requirements
Section 240
Section 250

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