«PERMIT Under the Environmental Conservation Law (ECL) IDENTIFICATION INFORMATION Permit Type: Air State Facility Permit ID: 3-3730-00022/02001 ...»
Facility DEC ID: 3373000022
Under the Environmental Conservation Law (ECL)
Permit Type: Air State Facility
Permit ID: 3-3730-00022/02001
Effective Date: 04/07/2015 Expiration Date: 04/06/2025
Permit Issued To:HIPOTRONICS/HUBBELL INC
584 DERBY MILFORD RD
ORANGE, CT 06477-4024
Facility: HIPOTRONICS INC
1650 ST RTE 22 N BREWSTER, NY 10509 Contact: ANTHONY MASTRO
HIPOTRONICS INC1650 ST RTE 22 P O BOX 414 BREWSTER, NY 10509 (845) 279-3644
The facility manufactures and assembles high voltage test equipment. Permitted emission sources include five curing ovens, four paint spray booths, and a nickel electroplating tank. Emission sources exempt from permitting include various space heaters and boilers, ovens which vent only water vapor, and a woodworking process. The facility is subject to visible and VOC emission limitations, VOC recordkeeping requirements, and nickel plating emission control requirements.
DEC Permit Conditions Renewal 1/FINAL Page 1 Facility DEC ID: 3373000022 By acceptance of this permit, the permittee agrees that the permit is contingent upon strict compliance with the ECL, all applicable regulations, the General Conditions specified and any Special Conditions included as part of this permit.
Permit Administrator: GEORGE A SWEIKERT NYSDEC - REGION 3 21 S PUTT CORNERS RD NEW PALTZ, NY 12561-1696 Authorized Signature: _________________________________ Date: ___ / ___ / _____ DEC Permit Conditions Renewal 1/FINAL Page 2 Facility DEC ID: 3373000022 Notification of Other State Permittee Obligations Item A: Permittee Accepts Legal Responsibility and Agrees to Indemnification The permittee expressly agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the Department of Environmental Conservation of the State of New York, its representatives, employees and agents ("DEC") for all claims, suits, actions, and damages, to the extent attributable to the permittee's acts or omissions in connection with the compliance permittee's undertaking of activities in connection with, or operation and maintenance of, the facility or facilities authorized by the permit whether in compliance or not in any compliance with the terms and conditions of the permit.
This indemnification does not extend to any claims, suits, actions, or damages to the extent attributable to DEC's own negligent or intentional acts or omissions, or to any claims, suits, or actions naming the DEC and arising under article 78 of the New York Civil Practice Laws and Rules or any citizen suit or civil rights provision under federal or state laws.
Item B: Permittee's Contractors to Comply with Permit The permittee is responsible for informing its independent contractors, employees, agents and assigns of their responsibility to comply with this permit, including all special conditions while acting as the permittee's agent with respect to the permitted activities, and such persons shall be subject to the same sanctions for violations of the Environmental Conservation Law as those prescribed for the permittee.
Item C: Permittee Responsible for Obtaining Other Required Permits The permittee is responsible for obtaining any other permits, approvals, lands, easements and rights-of-way that may be required to carry out the activities that are authorized by this permit.
Item D: No Right to Trespass or Interfere with Riparian Rights This permit does not convey to the permittee any right to trespass upon the lands or interfere with the riparian rights of others in order to perform the permitted work nor does it authorize the impairment of any rights, title, or interest in real or personal property held or vested in a person not a party to the permit.
Condition 1: Facility Inspection by the Department Applicable State Requirement: ECL 19-0305
The permitted site or facility, including relevant records, is subject to inspection at reasonable hours and intervals by an authorized representative of the Department of Environmental Conservation (the Department) to determine whether the permittee is complying with this permit and the ECL. Such representative may order the work suspended pursuant to ECL 71-0301 and SAPA 401(3).
The permittee shall provide a person to accompany the Department's representative during an inspection to the permit area when requested by the Department.
A copy of this permit, including all referenced maps, drawings and special conditions, must be available for inspection by the Department at all times at the project site or facility. Failure to produce a copy of the permit upon request by a Department representative is a violation of this permit.
Condition 2: Relationship of this Permit to Other Department Orders and Determinations Applicable State Requirement: ECL 3-0301 (2) (m)
Unless expressly provided for by the Department, issuance of this permit does not modify, supersede or rescind any order or determination previously issued by the Department or any of the terms, conditions or requirements contained in such order or determination.
Condition 3: Applications for permit renewals, modifications and transfers Applicable State Requirement: 6 NYCRR 621.11
The permittee must submit a separate written application to the Department for renewal, modification or transfer of this permit. Such application must include any forms or supplemental information the Department requires. Any renewal, modification or transfer granted by the Department must be in writing.
The permittee must submit a renewal application at least 180 days before expiration of permits for Title V Facility Permits, or at least 30 days before expiration of permits for State Facility Permits.
Permits are transferrable with the approval of the department unless specifically prohibited by the statute, regulation or another permit condition. Applications for permit transfer should be submitted prior to actual transfer of ownership.
Condition 4: Permit modifications, suspensions or revocations by the Department Applicable State Requirement: 6 NYCRR 621.13
The Department reserves the right to exercise all available authority to modify, suspend, or revoke this permit in accordance with 6NYCRR Part 621. The grounds for modification,
suspension or revocation include:
a) materially false or inaccurate statements in the permit application or supporting papers;
b) failure by the permittee to comply with any terms or conditions of the permit;
c) exceeding the scope of the project as described in the permit application;
d) newly discovered material information or a material change in environmental conditions, relevant technology or applicable law or regulations since the issuance of the existing permit;
e) noncompliance with previously issued permit conditions, orders of the commissioner, any provisions of the Environmental Conservation Law or regulations of the Department related to the permitted activity.
Condition 5: Submission of application for permit modification or renewal-REGION 3
HEADQUARTERSApplicable State Requirement: 6 NYCRR 621.6 (a)
FEDERALLY ENFORCEABLE CONDITIONSFacility Level 1 6 NYCRR 200.7: Maintenance of Equipment 2 6 NYCRR 201-7.1: Facility Permissible Emissions *3 6 NYCRR 201-7.1: Capping Monitoring Condition 4 6 NYCRR 211.1: Air pollution prohibited 5 6 NYCRR 212.4 (c): Compliance Demonstration 6 6 NYCRR 228-1.3 (a): Compliance Demonstration 7 6 NYCRR 228-1.3 (b): Compliance Demonstration Emission Unit Level EU=U-00002 8 6 NYCRR 200.7: Compliance Demonstration 9 6 NYCRR 228-1.3 (d): Surface Coating - Handling, storage and disposal EU=U-00003 10 40CFR 63, Subpart WWWWWW: Compliance Demonstration 11 40CFR 63.11507(b), Subpart WWWWWW: Compliance Demonstration 12 40CFR 63.11507(g), Subpart WWWWWW: Compliance Demonstration 13 40CFR 63.11509(c)(7), Subpart WWWWWW: Compliance Demonstration 14 40CFR 63.11509(f), Subpart WWWWWW: Compliance Demonstration
15 6 NYCRR 212.6 (a): Compliance Demonstration
STATE ONLY ENFORCEABLE CONDITIONSFacility Level 16 ECL 19-0301: Contaminant List 17 6 NYCRR 201-1.4: Malfunctions and start-up/shutdown activities 18 6 NYCRR Subpart 201-5: Emission Unit Definition 19 6 NYCRR 201-5.2 (c): Renewal deadlines for state facility permits 20 6 NYCRR 201-5.3 (c): Compliance Demonstration 21 6 NYCRR 211.2: Visible Emissions Limited Emission Unit Level 22 6 NYCRR Subpart 201-5: Emission Point Definition By Emission Unit 23 6 NYCRR Subpart 201-5: Process Definition By Emission Unit NOTE: * preceding the condition number indicates capping.
NOTIFICATION OF GENERAL PERMITTEE OBLIGATIONSThis section contains terms and conditions which are federally enforceable. Permittees may also have other obligations under regulations of general applicability
(a) The affirmative defense of emergency shall be demonstrated through properly signed, contemporaneous
operating logs, or other relevant evidence that:
(c) This provision is in addition to any emergency or upset provision contained in any applicable requirement.
Item F: Recycling and Salvage - 6 NYCRR 201-1.7
Any person who owns or operates an air contamination source which is equipped with an emission control device shall operate such device and keep it in a satisfactory state of maintenance and repair in accordance with ordinary and necessary practices, standards and procedures, inclusive of manufacturer's specifications, required to operate such device effectively.
Condition 2: Facility Permissible Emissions Effective between the dates of 04/07/2015 and 04/06/2025
The sum of emissions from the emission units specified in this permit shall not equal or exceed the following
Potential To Emit (PTE) rate for each regulated contaminant:
Under the authority of 6 NYCRR Part 201-7, this condition contains an emission cap for the purpose of limiting emissions from the facility, emission unit or process to avoid being subject to the following applicable requirement(s) that the facility, emission unit or process would
otherwise be subject to:
Operation of this facility shall take place in accordance with the approved criteria, emission limits, terms, conditions and standards in this permit.
The owner or operator of the permitted facility must maintain all required records on-site for a period of five years and make them available to representatives of the Department upon request.
Department representatives must be granted access to any facility regulated by this Subpart, during normal operating hours, for the purpose of determining compliance with this and any other state and federal air pollution control requirements, regulations or law.
On an annual basis, unless otherwise specified below, beginning one year after the granting of an
emissions cap, the responsible official shall provide a certification to the Department that the facility has operated all emission units within the limits imposed by the emission cap. This certification shall include a brief summary of the emissions subject to the cap for that time period and a comparison to the threshold levels that would require compliance with an applicable requirement.