Health & Safety Code Section 382.05184
Small Business Stationary Source Permit
(a)Facilities affected by Section 382.0518 (Preconstruction Permit)(g) that are located at a small business stationary source, as defined by Section 5.135 (Small Business Compliance Assistance Program), Water Code, and are not required by commission rule to report to the commission under Section 382.014 (Emission Inventory) may apply for a permit under this section before September 1, 2004.
(b)Facilities affected by Section 382.0518 (Preconstruction Permit)(g) that are located at a small business stationary source that does not have an application pending for a permit under this chapter, other than a permit required under Section 382.054 (Federal Operating Permit), and that has not submitted a notice of shutdown under Section 382.05182 (Notice of Shutdown), may not emit air contaminants on or after March 1, 2008.
(c)The commission shall grant a permit under this section if, from the information available to the commission, the commission finds that there is no indication that the emissions from the facility will contravene the intent of this chapter, including protection of the public’s health and physical property.
(d)If the commission finds that the emissions from the facility will not comply with Subsection (c), the commission may not grant the permit under this section.
(e)A person planning the modification of a facility previously permitted under this section must comply with Section 382.0518 (Preconstruction Permit) before modifying.
(f)A permit application under this section is not subject to notice and hearing requirements and is not subject to Chapter 2001 (Administrative Procedure), Government Code.
(g)The commission may adopt rules as necessary to implement and administer this section.
Section 382.05184 — Small Business Stationary Source Permit,
https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/Docs/HS/htm/HS.382.htm#382.05184 (accessed Dec. 2, 2023).