Environment, Great Lakes and Energy - Air Quality Division - Annual Reporting

Published: 1980

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(By authority conferred on the department of natural resources by sections 5 and 14a

of Act No. 348 of the Public Acts of 1965, as amended, and Executive

Reorganization Order Nos. 1973-2, 1973-2a, and 1976-1, being SS336.15, 336.24a,

and 299.11 of the Michigan Compiled Laws)

R 336.201 Definitions.

Rule 1. As used in these rules:

(a) "Commercial location" means a publicly or privately owned place where

persons are engaged in the exchange or sale of goods or services. "Commercial

location" also means multiple housing units which have a single owner and which are

designed for 3 or more families. "Commercial location" does not include elementary

and secondary schools and facilities owned and operated by the state government. A

separate building or group of buildings used for the exchange or sale of goods or

services which has a single owner and manager constitutes a separate commercial


(b) "Department" means the department of natural resources.

(c) "Geographical site" means contiguous land ownership by 1 landowner. A public

right-of-way, such as a road, railroad, and watercourse through part of the site, is not

considered to break the continuity. If transmission and fuel delivery rights-of-way or

a strip of land that serves no other principal purpose than as a transportation or

materials handling link connects 2 or more otherwise separate geographical sites, such

connected sites shall be considered separate geographical sites.

(d) "Manufacturing location" means a place where a person is engaged in the

making of goods or wares, including the generation of electricity, in the processing of

material, or primarily in the disposing or treating of solid or liquid waste. For the

purpose of assessing a surveillance fee, manufacturing location includes all such

places, whether publicly or privately owned and contained within 1 geographical site,

except for places owned and operated by the state government. A power plant, as

defined in table 42 of R 336.1401 of the Michigan Administrative Code, constitutes a

separate manufacturing location when used to supply steam or energy to more than 1

other manufacturing or commercial location. However, a power plant with a capacity of

more than 500,000 pounds of steam per hour is considered a separate manufacturing

location. For a large industrial complex or other unusual cases, the department may

determine that the complex constitutes more than 1 manufacturing location, based on

such factors as separate corporate operating division units or sections.

History: 1980 AACS.

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R 336.202 Annual reports.

Rule 2. The department shall require an annual report from a commercial, industrial,

or governmental source of emission of an air contaminant if, in the judgment of the

department, information on the quantity and composition of an air contaminant

emitted from the source is considered by the department as necessary for the proper

management of the air resources. The information shall be specified by the department

and shall be submitted on forms available from the department. The information shall

include factors deemed necessary by the department to reasonably estimate quantities of

air contaminant discharges and their significance. The report shall be submitted to the

department not later than March 15 of each year following notification by the

department that the report is required. The notification shall be in writing and shall be

mailed to the owner or operator of the source of emission not less than 45 days before

the deadline for submitting the report.

History: 1980 AACS; 1986 AACS.

R 336.203 Rescinded.

History: 1980 AACS; 1987 AACS.

R 336.204 Register of materials.

Rule 4. The register of materials reads as follows:

Register of materials

Group A Group C

Asbestos Sulfur dioxide


Beryllium or its compounds

Bromine Group D


Cyanides Alcohols

Flourides Ethers

Flourine Esthers

Iodine Ketones

Lead or its compounds Halogenated hydrocarbons

Mercaptans Non-methane hydrocarbons

Mercury or its compounds


Sulfides, organic and inorganic

Group B

Particulate (except those listed in group A) Group E

Oxides of nitrogen

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Carbon monoxide


History: 1980 AACS; 1987 AACS.

R 336.205 Rescission.

Rule 5. R 336.81 to R 336.83 of the Michigan Administrative Code, appearing

on pages 7926 to 7928 of the 1975 Annual Supplement to the Code and pages 8579 and

8580 of the 1976 Annual Supplement to the Code, arerescinded.

History: 1980 AACS.

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