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TITLE 30ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY
PART 1TEXAS COMMISSION ON ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY
CHAPTER 18ROLLBACK RELIEF FOR POLLUTION CONTROL REQUIREMENTS
RULE §18.15Application Review Schedule

Following submission of the information required by §18.10 of this title (relating to Application for Use Determination), the executive director shall determine whether the pollution control property is used wholly or partly to meet the requirements of a permit issued by the commission. If the determination is that the property is used partly for pollution control, the executive director shall determine the proportion of the property used for pollution control.

  (1) Within three days of receipt of an application, the executive director shall mail written notification informing the applicant that the application has been received and if the application is considered to be administratively complete.

    (A) If the application is not administratively complete, the notification shall specify the deficiencies and allow the applicant 30 days to provide the requested information. If the applicant does not submit an adequate response, the application will be sent back to the applicant without further action by the executive director and the application fee will be forfeited under §18.35(b) of this title (relating to Application Fees).

    (B) If an application is sent back to the applicant under subparagraph (A) of this paragraph, the applicant may re-file the application and pay the appropriate fee as required by §18.35(a) of this title (relating to Application Fees).

  (2) For applications which contain only property which is listed or contained in Part B of the figure in §18.25(a) of this title (relating to Equipment and Categories List), the executive director shall complete the technical review of the application and issue the final determination within 30 days of receipt of the required application documents.

  (3) For all other applications, within 30 days of receiving the application, the executive director shall either issue a notification requesting additional information or issue the final determination.

    (A) If additional information is requested, the notification shall specify the deficiencies and allow the applicant 30 days to provide the requested information. If the applicant does not submit an adequate response, the application will be sent back to the applicant without further action by the executive director and the application fee will be forfeited under §18.35(b) of this title.

    (B) If an application is sent back to the applicant under subparagraph (A) of this paragraph, the applicant may re-file the application and pay the appropriate fee as required by §18.35(a) of this title.

  (4) The executive director shall determine whether the property is used wholly or partly to control pollution. The executive director is authorized to grant positive use determinations for some or all of the property included in the application that is deemed pollution control property.

    (A) If a positive use determination is made, the executive director shall issue a use determination letter to the applicant which describes the proportion of the property that is pollution control property.

    (B) If a negative use determination is made, the executive director shall issue a denial letter explaining the reason for the denial.


Source Note: The provisions of this §18.15 adopted to be effective February 7, 2008, 33 TexReg 943

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