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District Rules and Regulations

LIST OF REGULATORY MEASURES SCHEDULED FOR CONSIDERATION DURING 2021

Pursuant to California Health and Safety Code Section 40923, each air district with a state approved air quality attainment plan shall publish a list of regulatory measures scheduled or tentatively scheduled for consideration for that year.

During 2021, the Governing Board of the San Joaquin Valley Unified Air Pollution Control District (District) may consider amending the rules listed below. Rules not adopted or amended by the Governing Board in 2021 may be adopted in subsequent years. The District Governing Board may also consider adopting or amending other rules, as required to comply with local, state or federal requirements, or to address technical issues that may arise.

  • Rule 4702 (Internal Combustion Engines). Potential amendments will satisfy commitments included in the 2018 PM2.5 Plan to lower NOx emission limits for a number IC engines categories to the extent that such controls are technologically achievable and economically feasible, through a combined incentive-based and regulatory approach.
  • Rule 4352 (Solid Fuel-Fired Boilers, Steam Generators, and Process Heaters). Potential amendments will satisfy commitments in the 2018 PM2.5 Plan to evaluate potential emission reductions of NOx from solid fuel-fired boilers, steam generators, and process heaters to the extent that such controls are technologically and economically feasible.
  • Rule 4354 (Glass Melting Furnaces). Potential amendments will satisfy commitments in the 2018 PM2.5 Plan to evaluate potential emission reductions of NOx emissions from container glass melting furnaces. The District will also evaluate potential opportunities to reduce emissions from flat, and fiber glass melting furnaces to the extent that such controls are technologically and economically feasible.
  • Rule 4401 (Steam-Enhanced Crude Oil Production Wells). Potential amendments will satisfy requirements of the Districtís expedited BARCT review schedule under AB 617 to evaluate potential emission reductions of VOC emissions to the extent that such controls are technologically and economically feasible.
  • Rule 4409 (Components at Light Crude Oil Production Facilities, Natural Gas Production Facilities, and Natural Gas Processing Facilities). Potential amendments will satisfy requirements of the Districtís expedited BARCT review schedule under AB 617 to evaluate potential emission reductions of VOC emissions to the extent that such controls are technologically and economically feasible.
  • Rule 4455 (Components at Petroleum Refineries, Gas Liquids Processing Facilities and Chemical Plants). Potential amendments will satisfy requirements of the Districtís expedited BARCT review schedule under AB 617 to evaluate potential emission reductions of VOC emissions to the extent that such controls are technologically and economically feasible.
  • Rule 4623 (Storage of Organic Liquids). Potential amendments will satisfy requirements of the Districtís expedited BARCT review schedule under AB 617 to evaluate potential emission reductions of VOC emissions to the extent that such controls are technologically and economically feasible.
  • Rule 4624 (Transfer of Organic Liquid). Potential amendments will satisfy requirements of the Districtís expedited BARCT review schedule under AB 617 to evaluate potential emission reductions of VOC emissions to the extent that such controls are technologically and economically feasible.


Prior to adopting or amending any rule, a notice is published in selected San Joaquin Valley newspapers and the District Governing Board accepts testimony at a public hearing. Copies of any proposed rules would be available via mail subscription at the District, at the District's website here when the rule is developed, and via email using the Districtís email list located here. Information on District rule development is available from District staff at (559)230-6100.