The State of California has classified more than 180 toxic air contaminants, which are emitted by mobile sources such as diesel trucks, locomotives, and ships as well as by stationary sources such as refineries, gas stations, and dry cleaners.
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On September 17, 1997, The California Office of Administrative Law approved the Regulation to Establish a Statewide Portable Equipment Registration Program. The California Air Resources Board (ARB) accepts applications for registration of equipment under this program.
Permits issued under this program must be honored by all Air Districts throughout California. Operators of permitted portable sources are subject to notification requirements to the host Air District, upon relocation to the Air District's jurisdiction.
Application forms can be downloaded through the ARB's web site for the Statewide Portable Equipment Registration Program.
District Regulation 2 Permits -Rule 1 General Requirements contains various provisions concerning portable equipment.
Certain equipment that is in compliance with the Statewide Portable Equipment Registration Program is exempt from District Permit requirements pursuant to District Regulation 2-1-105.
Portable equipment that is not exempted by Regulation 2-1-105, may be regulated via the following provisions:
Stipulated Enforcement Program For Portable Diesel Engines
CARB's Airborne Toxic Control Measure (ATCM) for Portable Diesel Engines
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