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41-1037. General permits; issuance of traditional permit

A. If an agency proposes a new rule or an amendment to an existing rule that requires the issuance of a regulatory permit, license or agency authorization, the agency shall use a general permit if the facilities, activities or practices in the class are substantially similar in nature unless any of the following applies:

1. A general permit is prohibited by federal law.

2. The issuance of an alternative type of permit, license or authorization is specifically authorized by state statute.

3. The issuance of a general permit is not technically feasible or would not meet the applicable statutory requirements.

4. The issuance of a general permit would result in additional regulatory requirements or costs being placed on the permit applicant.

5. The permit, license or authorization is issued pursuant to section 8-126, 8-503, 8-505, 23-504, 36-592, 36-594.01, 36-595, 36-595.03, 36-596, 36-596.54, 41-1967.01 or 46-807.

6. The permit, license or authorization is issued pursuant to title V of the clean air act.

B. The agency retains the authority to revoke an applicant's ability to operate under a general permit and to require the applicant to obtain a traditional permit if the applicant is in substantial noncompliance with the applicable requirements for the general permit.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-1037

41-1037. General permits; issuance of traditional permit

A. If an agency proposes a new rule or an amendment to an existing rule that requires the issuance of a regulatory permit, license or agency authorization, the agency shall use a general permit if the facilities, activities or practices in the class are substantially similar in nature unless any of the following applies:

1. A general permit is prohibited by federal law.

2. The issuance of an alternative type of permit, license or authorization is specifically authorized by state statute.

3. The issuance of a general permit is not technically feasible or would not meet the applicable statutory requirements.

4. The issuance of a general permit would result in additional regulatory requirements or costs being placed on the permit applicant.

5. The permit, license or authorization is issued pursuant to section 8-126, 8-503, 8-505, 23-504, 36-592, 36-594.01, 36-595, 36-595.03, 36-596, 36-596.54, 41-1967.01 or 46-807.

6. The permit, license or authorization is issued pursuant to title V of the clean air act.

B. The agency retains the authority to revoke an applicant's ability to operate under a general permit and to require the applicant to obtain a traditional permit if the applicant is in substantial noncompliance with the applicable requirements for the general permit.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Arizona > Title41 > 41-1037

41-1037. General permits; issuance of traditional permit

A. If an agency proposes a new rule or an amendment to an existing rule that requires the issuance of a regulatory permit, license or agency authorization, the agency shall use a general permit if the facilities, activities or practices in the class are substantially similar in nature unless any of the following applies:

1. A general permit is prohibited by federal law.

2. The issuance of an alternative type of permit, license or authorization is specifically authorized by state statute.

3. The issuance of a general permit is not technically feasible or would not meet the applicable statutory requirements.

4. The issuance of a general permit would result in additional regulatory requirements or costs being placed on the permit applicant.

5. The permit, license or authorization is issued pursuant to section 8-126, 8-503, 8-505, 23-504, 36-592, 36-594.01, 36-595, 36-595.03, 36-596, 36-596.54, 41-1967.01 or 46-807.

6. The permit, license or authorization is issued pursuant to title V of the clean air act.

B. The agency retains the authority to revoke an applicant's ability to operate under a general permit and to require the applicant to obtain a traditional permit if the applicant is in substantial noncompliance with the applicable requirements for the general permit.

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