To help lead you through the maze of overlapping state and federal regulations, Clean Air Permits is packed with insightful reporting on how the latest actions by EPA and your own state affect you
States have established elaborate new operating permit programs as required by the 1990 Clean Air Act. Obtaining a permit under these programs is proving to be a tough, time-consuming job. The rules are complex and continue to evolve. Submitting the permit application is only the beginning. You'll have to keep working with state officials to make sure you get a permit that allows you to make changes at your plan without triggering costly public review procedures. In addition, you need to stay up-to-date on air toxics requirements, permit fees, monitoring provisions, citizen enforcement actions and stiff criminal penalties.
To help lead you through the maze of overlapping state and federal regulations, Clean Air Permits is packed with insightful reporting on how the latest actions by EPA and your own state affect you. Our concise format takes you right to the heart of controversies, proposals and new procedures, allowing you to make decisions with confidence.
Your subscription includes a loose-leaf manual filled with clear explanations, compliance recommendations and insights from highly regarded attorneys and consulting engineers. Accompanying your monthly updates to the manual is a monthly newsletter that keeps you up-to-date on regulatory developments and opportunities for cost-effective compliance. In addition, whenever you need fast, authoritative answers to specific Clean Air Act regulations, you may telephone our editorial staff directly.
Summary of Contents:
- Federal Operating Permit Program Requirements
- State Permit Programs
- Reporting and Recordkeeping
- Nonattainment Areas
- Air Toxics Standards
- Acid Rain Provisions
- New Source Permitting
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