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Air PBR 106.145: Bulk Sand Handling

Oil well servicing bulk sand handling facilities are permitted by rule if they are operated according to 30 TAC 106.145. This permit by rule must be claimed before construction begins. This page gives a brief overview of this PBR and links to relevant rules and forms.

Oil well–servicing bulk sand–handling facilities are permitted by rule if they are operated according to the specific conditions stated in Title 30, Texas Administrative Code (30 TAC), Section 106.145, Exit the TCEQ and meet the general conditions stated in 30 TAC Section 106.4. Exit the TCEQ

Note: All PBR checklists that are made available to the public are optional and are not required forms. These checklists are provided for your convenience only.

To operate under this permit by rule (PBR), you must (1) submit a claim before construction begins and (2) keep records as described below.

  • Complete our PBR Applicability Checklist, TCEQ Form - 10149, to find out whether your facility meets the general conditions for a PBR,
    –and–
  • to find out whether it meets the specific conditions for this PBR, complete our PBR 106.145 Checklist, TCEQ Form - 10107, Available at (TCEQ Form - 10107).

If your facility cannot comply with the conditions indicated in these checklists, see Types of New Source Review Authorizations for other options.

Claiming a Permit by Rule

    • Registration for a Permit by Rule

(TCEQ Form - 10228)

Registration of a facility under a PBR can be performed by completing a Form PI-7 "Registration for Permits by Rule" or a Form PI-7-CERT, "Certification and Registration for Permits by Rule."

    • PBR Applicability Checklist for ?106.4 General Requirements

(TCEQ Form - 10149)

A checklist has been developed by the TCEQ to assist staff in determining whether a facility or project meets all of the applicable requirements. The use of this checklist is not mandatory; however, it is the responsibility of each applicant to show how a facility being claimed under a PBR meets all of the general and specific requirements. If all PBR requirements cannot be met, a facility will not be allowed to operate under the PBR, and an application for a construction permit may be required under 30 TAC Chapter 116, Section 116.110(a). It is recommended that this checklist be used by applicants and a copy submitted with any registration to expedite review. If the checklist is used, check the most appropriate answer and include any additional information in the spaces provided. If additional space is needed, please include an extra page and reference the question number.

    • PBR 106.145 Checklist for Bulk Sand Handling

(TCEQ Form - 10107)

Once the general requirements for PBRs are met, the facility or project must show that it meets all of the specific requirements of the PBR being claimed. A checklist has been developed by the TCEQ to assist staff in determining whether a facility or project meets all of the applicable requirements. The use of this checklist is not mandatory; however, it is the responsibility of each applicant to show how a facility being claimed under a PBR meets all of the specific requirements. If all PBR requirements cannot be met, a facility will not be allowed to operate under the PBR so it is recommended that this checklist be used by applicants and a copy submitted with any registration to expedite review. If the checklist is used, check the most appropriate answer and include any additional information in the spaces provided. If additional space is needed, please include an extra page and reference the question number.

    • Permits by Rule

Registration Fee Adobe Acrobat PDF Document

Fees of either $100 or $450 are required for any new or updated PBR registration. Please see fact sheet for additional details.

Record Keeping

Under 30 TAC Section 106.8, Exit the TCEQ your records must identify the rules under which your facility is operating and demonstrate compliance for a rolling 12-month period. Be sure you keep at least these records:

These records must be kept on site and readily available on request for inspection by the TCEQ or any air pollution control program that has jurisdiction. If you have questions about the type of records you should keep, contact the Air Program in the TCEQ regional office that serves your county.

Questions? We Can Help

If you have questions about this or any other PBR, contact us:
e-mail: airperm@tceq.texas.gov
phone: 512/239-1250