1. Submission. Any person responsible for the emission of 100 tons/year or more of carbon monoxide, or 100 tons/year or more of any hydrocarbons, or 550 lb/day of reactive hydrocarbons shall submit to the Air Pollution Control Officer in the manner and form prescribed by him, plans for curtailing or eliminating the emission of these contaminants during a Stage 1, 2 or 3 air pollution episode. Such plans shall include but not be limited to information on the following:
    1. Operations and processes emitting any contaminants.
    2. The quantity of contaminants being emitted.
    3. Procedures for reducing and/or closing down of operations and processes emitting contaminants for each episode stage.
    4. The name of the responsible person for implementing control actions.
    5. Use of fleet vehicles.
  2. Review. The Air Pollution Control Officer shall review each stationary source curtailment plan submitted to him. If he finds that a plan either as submitted or subject to conditions sets forth procedures for reduction of operations or processing that are reasonably related to the severity of the various air pollution episodes, he shall approve it either as submitted or subject to conditions; otherwise, he shall deny the plan. In the event of rejection he shall notify the applicant of the reasons therefor.
  3. Appeal. Within fifteen (15) days after notice by the Air Pollution Control Officer of action taken as to a stationary source curtailment plan, the applicant may petition the Hearing Board in writing for a public hearing. The Hearing Board, after notice and public hearing, may sustain or reverse the action of the Air Pollution Control Officer. Such an order may be made subject to specified conditions.