Title V of the federal Clean Air Act requires major stationary sources of air pollution and a limited group of non-major sources to obtain operating permits that assure compliance with all applicable federal air pollution control requirements. APCD Rules 33 through 33.10 apply to sources in Ventura County that are subject to the Title V permit program.
Major stationary sources of air pollutants are subject to the Title V Program. A major source is one that has the potential to emit the following amounts:
Any stationary source that is subject to the "acid rain" provisions of Title IV of the federal Clean Air Act is also subject to the Title V program. The only two "acid rain" sources in Ventura County are the Ormond Beach and Mandalay power plants.
Solid waste incineration units subject to a federal New
Source Performance Standard adopted by US Environmental
Protection Agency (US EPA) after November 15, 1990 are
subject to the Title V Program.
There are currently 24 facilities in Ventura County that are subject to the Title V Program. You may view a list of the facilities in Ventura County that are subject to the Title V Program.
The current Part 70 Permit for the NRG Mandalay Generating Station is here: Permit No. 00013
The current Part 70 Permit for the Trinity ESC Frazier Park facility is here: Permit no. 00036
The current Part 70 Permit for California State University Channel Islands is here: Permit No. 01267
Contact Kerby Zozula at (805) 645-1421 for information concerning application for a Title V permit.
If you are familiar with the procedure for applying for a modification to an existing Title V permit, you can download the application forms and instructions.
A facility with the potential to emit major amounts of any air pollutant, but with actual emissions less than major amounts, can opt out of the Title V Program in one of two ways:
For additional information concerning the Title V Operating Permit Program in Ventura County, e-mail or call Kerby Zozula at (805) 645-1421.
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