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Importance of APEDS to AIMS Numbering Conventions:

When preparing new pre-construction permit applications, NJID numbers must be assigned to equipment, control devices, emission points, emission units, and operating scenarios. NJID numbers must be unique at a facility. The APEDS to AIMS report will state what numbers have already been used at a specific facility.

When submitting a change to an approved permit application, the permit that will be modified must be referenced. The reference number an applicant should use is the Activity Number in this report. Many Activity Numbers may be listed in the report so you must be sure to identify the Activity Number that represents the approved permit application that will be modified. (Note: All changes to an existing permit under the old format requires a complete submittal of the application using the new format.)

When submitting a change to an approved permit application, you must use the appropriate NJIDs specified in this report for all altered equipment, emission points, operating scenarios, and emission units.

When determining the time to renew an approved permit, use the expiration date provided next to the AIMS Activity Number in the report.

Check out the RADIUS FAQ section for questions about RADIUS.

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