issue or deny the permit in accordance with the requirements of this
title. No objection shall be subject to judicial review until the
Administrator takes final action to issue or deny a permit under this
"(d) Waiver of Notification Requirements.-(1) The Administrator
may waive the requirements of subsections (a) and (b) at the time of
approval of a permit program under this title for any category
(including any class, type, or size within such category) of sources
covered by the program other than major sources.
"(2) The Administrator may, by regulation, establish categories
of sources (including any class, type, or size within such category)
to which the requirements of subsections (a) and (b) shall not apply.
The preceding sentence shall not apply to major sources.
"(3) The Administrator may exclude from any waiver under this
subsection notification under subsection (a)(2). Any waiver granted
under this subsection may be revoked or modified by the Administrator
"(e) Refusal of Permitting Authority To Terminate, Modify, or
Revoke and Reissue.-If the Administrator finds that cause exists to
terminate, modify, or revoke and reissue a permit under this title,
the Administrator shall notify the permitting authority and the source
of the Administrator's finding. The permitting authority shall, within
90 days after receipt of such notification, forward to the
Administrator under this section a proposed determination of
termination, modification, or revocation and reissuance, as
appropriate. The Administrator may extend such 90 day period for an
additional 90 days if the Administrator finds that a new or revised
permit application is necessary, or that the permitting authority must
require the permittee to submit additional information. The
Administrator may review such proposed determination under the
provisions of subsections (a) and (b). If the permitting authority
fails to submit the required proposed determination, or if the
Administrator objects and the permitting authority fails to resolve
the objection within 90 days, the Administrator may, after notice and
in accordance with fair and reasonable procedures, terminate, modify,
or revoke and reissue the permit.
"SEC. 506. OTHER AUTHORITIES.
"(a) In General.-Nothing in this title shall prevent a State, or
interstate permitting authority, from establishing additional
permitting requirements not inconsistent with this Act.
"(b) Permits Implementing Acid Rain Provisions.-The provisions of
this title, including provisions regarding schedules for submission
and approval or disapproval of permit applications, shall apply to
permits implementing the requirements of title IV except as modified
by that title.
"SEC. 507. SMALL BUSINESS STATIONARY SOURCE TECHNICAL AND
ENVIRONMENTAL COMPLIANCE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM.
"(a) Plan Revisions.-Consistent with sections 110 and 112, each
State shall, after reasonable notice and public hearings, adopt and
submit to the Administrator as part of the State implementation plan
for such State or as a revision to such State implementation plan
under section 110, plans for establishing a small business sta-
tionary source technical and environmental compliance assistance
program. Such submission shall be made within 24 months after the date
of the enactment of the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990. The
Administrator shall approve such program if it includes each of the