The requirements for portable equipment can be complicated. A list of the most commonly asked questions with answers that may help you with this subject will be posted soon.
Explanations & Examples of Uses of PERP
A common question is raised about what constitutes portable versus stationary operation of equipment. The PERP regulation defines portable operation and stationary sources however, there are some specific circumstances that, depending on each situation, the use of PERP-registered units may not be compatible with the objectives of PERP and those of local air districts. Because such determinations are very fact dependent, we recommend you contact the district with questions about whether your portable equipment operation requires a district permit or can use PERP registration. The California Air Pollution Control Officers Association (CAPCOA) has prepared a document which addresses these issues: Explanation & Examples of Uses of PERP