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How to Obtain Air Quality Permits

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ISBN13: 9780071379755
ISBN: 0071379754
Published: November 2002
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
Format: hardback;CD-ROM
Price: Out of print

How to Obtain Air Quality Permits will provide detailed information on how to determine when permits are needed, how to calculate environmental discharges to the air media and how to prepare the most flexible permit application. Unlike other books on the subject, it does not concern itself with a detailed history of the Clean Air Act and its purpose but how to get the task done. Adobe portable document format (PDF) files on CD containing the most current permit applications at the federal and state level. The CD will also contain the web addresses for each state office. Sample contracts, bid forms and letters to state and federal authorities are available for the user to download and modify for their specific needs.

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Air Permitting Manual; RMP; New Source Review (NSR) Permitting; NSR Permitting; Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) Permitting; Nonattainment Area New Source Review (NANSR) Permitting; Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD); Definition of New Stationary Source (""Source""); Modifications; Overview: Major NSR Applicability-Existing Major Sources; Calculating Net Emission Increases; PSD Requirements; Prevention of Significant Deteoriation; Determining PSD Applicability; Pollutants Covered by NSR; Role of Attainment Status; Modifications; MACT: Maximum Achievable Control Technology; Overview; Intent and Purpose; What Sources Must Comply; MACT Applicability; MACT Determinations; Recommendation on Tracking MACT