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(A) No person shall operate or cause to be operated any fuel burning, refuse burning, process or control equipment or any equipment pertaining thereto for which an installation permit was required or was issued under this chapter until an inspection has been made by the Chief of the Department of Air Pollution Control. The person responsible for the installation, construction or alteration of any process, fuel burning, refuse burning or control equipment for which an installation permit is required shall notify the Chief when the work is completed and ready for final inspection.
(1) No equipment shall be operated for any other purpose or in any other manner than that for which the installation permit was approved and for which a certificate of operation has been issued unless otherwise authorized in writing by the Chief.
(2) After the installation permit has been issued and it is demonstrated to the satisfaction of the Chief, that the process, fuel burning, refuse burning or control equipment can be operated in compliance with this chapter, an initial certificate of operation shall be issued by the Chief. Emission tests may be required by the Chief before the issuing of an initial certificate of operation as set forth in this subchapter. The certificate of operation shall be kept posted on or near the installation for which it was issued. The certificate of operation shall properly identify the equipment to which it pertains and shall specify the class of fuel, type of refuse, type of raw materials used, if any, which have been successfully used in the operating test. The initial certificate of operation shall remain in force until terminated by any 1 or more of the following actions.
(b) Execution of § 90.125.
(B) Failure to operate successfully under test within the limitations and requirements of this chapter shall constitute sufficient grounds for ordering changes in the process, fuel burning, refuse burning or control equipment or appurtenances before an initial certificate of operation can be granted. When the Chief refuses to issue a certificate of operation, the Chief is authorized to seal the process, fuel burning, refuse burning or control equipment until the person required to procure the certificate of operation has complied with the provisions of this chapter.
(Prior Code, § 90.056) (Ord. 3522, passed 1-23-1967)