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Utah Air Quality Board public meeting information: Fuel Burning Devices in Box Elder, Cache, Davis, Salt Lake, Tooele, Utah, and Weber Counties

Utah Air Quality Board public meeting information: Fuel Burning Devices in Box Elder, Cache, Davis, Salt Lake, Tooele, Utah, and Weber Counties

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R307. Environmental Quality, Air Quality.
 
R307-302. [Davis, Salt Lake, Utah, Weber Counties: ResidentialFireplaces and Stoves] Solid Fuel Burning Devices in Box Elder, Cache,Davis, Salt Lake, Tooele, Utah, and Weber Counties.
 
R307-302-1. Purpose and Definitions.
 (1) R307-302 establishes emission standards for residentialfireplaces and solid fuel burning devices.(2) The following additional definitions apply[ies] to R307-302:"Sole [S]source of [H]heat" means the residential solid fuelburning device is the only available source of heat for the entireresidence, except for small portable heaters."Solid fuel burning device" means any device used for burningwood, coal, or any other nongaseous and non-liquid fuel, including,but not limited to, wood stoves, but excluding outdoor wood boilers,which are regulated under R307-208.
R307-302-2. Applicability.
 (1) R307-302-3 and R307-302-6 shall apply in all regions ofSalt Lake and Davis counties; all portions of the Cache Valley; allregions in Weber and Utah counties west of the Wasatch mountain range;in Box Elder County, from the Wasatch mountain range west to thePromontory mountain range and south of Portage; and in Tooele County,from the northernmost part of the Oquirrh mountain range to thenorthern most part of the Stansbury mountain range and north of Route199[Utah County north of the southernmost border of Payson City andeast of State Route 68, all of Salt Lake County, all of Davis County,and in all regions of Weber County west of the Wasatch Mountain Range].(2) R307-302-4 shall apply only within the city limits of Provoin Utah County.(3) R307-302-5 shall apply in all portions of Box Elder, Cache,Davis, Salt Lake, Tooele, Utah and Weber counties.[(3) R307-302-5 shall apply in both areas.]
R307-302-3. No-Burn Periods for Fine Particulate.
 (1) By June 1, 2013, [S]sole sources of residential heatingusing solid fuel burning devices must be registered with the directorin order to be exempt[.(a) Previously registered sole source residential solid fuelburning devices in areas described in (i),(ii),and(iii) below mustcontinue to be registered with the executive secretary or local healthdistrict office in order to be exempt] during mandatory no-burnperiods. [as detailed below. ]No new registrations will be acceptedin these areas after June 1, 2013.[ (i) Areas of Utah County north of the southernmost border ofPayson City and east of State Route 68,(ii) all of Salt Lake County, and(iii) areas in Davis County that are south of the southernmostborder of Kaysville.(b) By November 1, 2006, all sole source residential solid fuelsburning devices in Weber County west of the Wasatch Mountain Rangeand areas north of the southernmost border of Kaysville must beregistered with the executive secretary or local health districtoffice in order to be exempt during mandatory no-burn periods as
 
detailed below.](2) When the ambient concentration of PM10 measured by themonitors in Salt Lake, Davis, Weber, or Utah [C]counties reaches thelevel of 120 micrograms per cubic meter and the forecasted weatherfor the specific area includes a temperature inversion which ispredicted to continue for at least 24 hours, the [executivesecretary]director will issue a public announcement and willdistribute such announcement to the local media notifying the publicthat a mandatory no-burn period for residential solid fuel burningdevices and fireplaces is in effect. The mandatory no-burn periodswill only apply to those areas or counties impacting the real-timemonitoring site registering the 120 micrograms per cubic meterconcentration. Residents of the affected areas shall not useresidential solid fuel burning devices or fireplaces except thosethat are the sole source of heat for the entire residence and registeredwith the [executive secretary]director[ or the local health districtoffice], or those having no visible emissions.(3) PM10 Contingency Plan. If the PM10 Contingency Plandescribed in Section IX, Part A, of the [s]State [i]Implementation[p]Plan has been implemented, [the following actions will beimplemented immediately:(a) T]the trigger level for no-burn periods as specified inR307-302-3(2)[ above] will be 110 micrograms per cubic meter for thatarea where the PM10 Contingency Plan has been implemented.[; and(b) In the regions of Utah County north of the southernmostborder of Payson City and east of State Route 68, Salt Lake County,Davis County, and all regions of Weber County west of the WasatchMountain Range, it shall be unlawful to sell or install for use asa solid fuel burning device any used solid fuel burning device thatis not approved by the Environmental Protection Agency.](4) When the ambient concentration of PM2.5 measured by monitorsin Box Elder, Cache, Davis, Salt Lake, Tooele, Utah or Webercounties[Salt Lake, Davis, Weber, or Utah Counties] are forecastedto reach or exceed [the ]25 micrograms per cubic meter[PM2.5 NAAQS],the [executive secretary]director will issue a public announcementto provide broad notification that a mandatory no-burn period forresidential solid fuel burning devices and fireplaces is in effect.The mandatory no-burn periods will only apply to those countiesidentified by the [executive secretary]director. Residents withinthe geographical boundaries described in R307-302-2(1)[of Salt LakeCounty, Davis County, or the affected areas of Utah and Weber Counties]shall not use residential solid fuel burning devices or fireplacesexcept those that are the sole source of heat for the entire residenceand registered with the [executive secretary]director[ or the localhealth district office], or those having no visible emissions.(5) PM2.5 Contingency Plan. If the PM2.5 contingency plandescribed in Chapter 9 of the State Implementation Plan has beenimplemented, the trigger level for no-burn periods as specified inR307-302-3(4) shall be 15 micrograms per cubic meter for the areawhere the PM2.5 contingency plan has been implemented.
R307-302-4. No-Burn Periods for Carbon Monoxide.
 (1) Beginning on November 1 and through March 1, the [executivesecretary]director will issue a public announcement and will

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