Terms Used In Kansas Statutes 65-3025
- Air contaminant: means dust, fumes, smoke, other particulate matter, vapor, gas, odorous substances, or any combination thereof, but not including water vapor or steam condensate. See Kansas Statutes 65-3002
- Alter: means any physical change in, or change in the method of operation of, an air contaminant emission stationary source which increases the amount of any regulated air pollutant emitted by such source or which results in the emission of any regulated air pollutant not previously emitted. See Kansas Statutes 65-3002
- Emission: means a release into the outdoor atmosphere of air contaminants. See Kansas Statutes 65-3002
- modification: when used in conjunction with an approval or permit action, means an amendment to an existing approval or permit initiated by the permittee. See Kansas Statutes 65-3002
- Permittee: means the holder of an approval or the holder of a permit and includes both the owner and the operator of any approved or permitted air contaminant emission source. See Kansas Statutes 65-3002
- Person: means any individual, partnership, firm, association, municipality, public or private corporation, subdivision or agency of the state or federal government, trust, estate or any other legal entity. See Kansas Statutes 65-3002
- Secretary: means the secretary of health and environment. See Kansas Statutes 65-3002
- Stationary source: means any building, structure, facility or installation which emits or may emit any air contaminant. See Kansas Statutes 65-3002
It shall be unlawful for any person to do any of the following:
(a) Violate any provision of an order issued under this act.
(b) Violate any provision of an approval or permit issued under this act.
(c) Violate any provision of this act or any rule and regulation promulgated under this act, unless the secretary makes a determination relating to the permittee that the specified provisions referred to in such determination are not applicable to the source and the permit includes that determination or a concise summary thereof. Compliance with the provisions of a permit shall be deemed compliance with applicable provisions of this act or any rule and regulation promulgated under this act if the permit includes the applicable requirements of such provisions. Nothing in this subsection (c) or in any permit shall alter or affect: (1) The provisions of section 303 of the federal clean air act (emergency orders), including the authority of the administrator of the United States environmental protection agency under that section; (2) the provisions of K.S.A. 65-3012 and amendments thereto; (3) the liability of an owner or operator of a source for any violation of applicable requirements prior to or at the time of permit issuance; (4) the applicable requirements of the acid rain program consistent with section 408a of the federal clean air act; (5) the ability of the United States environmental protection agency to obtain information from a source pursuant to section 114 of the federal clean air act; or (6) the ability of the secretary to obtain information from a source pursuant to this act.
(d) Construct, modify, alter, use or operate an air contaminant emission stationary source without an approval or permit allowing such construction, modification, alteration, use or operation.
(e) At any time, refuse or hinder entry, inspection, sampling or examination or copying of records related to the purposes of this act by an agent or employee of the secretary after such agent or employee identifies and gives notice of the agent’s or employee’s purpose.
(f) Fail to pay any fee required by this act or rules and regulations promulgated under this act.
(g) Knowingly make any false material statement, representation or certification in any application, record, report, permit or other document filed, maintained or used for purposes of compliance with this act.
(h) Knowingly destroy, alter or conceal any record required to be maintained under rules and regulations promulgated by the secretary under this act.