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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 9. Environment
Agency 5. State Air Pollution Control Board
Chapter 91. Regulations for the Control of Motor Vehicle Emissions in the Northern Virginia Area
9/18/2020

9VAC5-91-230. Applications.

A. Applications for permits shall be made to, and in accordance with procedures approved by, the department.

B. Applications for permits shall be signed by an officer of the corporation or by a duly authorized agent of the corporation; or by an equivalently responsible officer in the case of organizations other than corporations; or in other cases, by the owner; or in the case of governmental entities, by the highest executive official of such entities or his designee. A person is a duly authorized agent only if the authorization is made in writing by an officer of the corporation or by an equivalently responsible officer in the case of organizations other than corporations. Such signature shall constitute personal affirmation that the statements made in the application are true and complete to the best of the knowledge and belief of the signer.

C. An application for permit shall identify the facility for which application is made to become an emissions inspection station. A separate application is required for each facility and each facility requires a separate permit.

1. More than one inspection lane may be included in a single permit but, in such case, any enforcement action taken in regard to that permit shall apply to all lanes contained in the permit.

2. In the case of mobile fleet emissions inspection station permits, the application shall identify the fleet that will be tested as well as the planned dates and times of operations.

D. Applications for permits shall include such information as may be required by the department to determine compliance with applicable requirements of this chapter. The information required shall include, but is not limited to, the following:

1. The name of the applicant.

2. The street and mailing address of the facility or the permittee, or both, as determined by the department, and number of inspections lanes planned.

3. Demonstration that the analyzer system used by each facility for which a permit is requested complies with the provisions of Part X (9VAC5-91-640 et seq.).

4. Proof of business ownership, articles of incorporation, partnership agreements, and lease agreements and proof of conformity with local zoning, use, or business licensing laws, ordinances or regulations.

E. The applicant shall provide any other information that the department deems necessary to determine conformity with this chapter.

F. The applicant shall provide any subsequent changes to the information required under this section within 30 days of such change.

G. Application for a permit to test fleet vehicles using mobile testing equipment shall be made at least 30 days prior the commencement of any testing and must be signed by appropriate responsible persons of each party.

Statutory Authority

§ 46.2-1180 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from Volume 13, Issue 05, eff. January 24, 1997; amended, Virginia Register Volume 18, Issue 20, eff. October 1, 2002.

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