concrete b atch plants may obtain coverage under this general permit in lieu of an individual permit. Such parties shall do so by obtaining a General Permit for Concrete Batch Plants which will include an A uthorization to Operate (ATO) for significant pieces ofB.
Class II General Air Quality Operating Permit for Concrete Batch Plants Application Form Nevada Division of Environmental Protection Bureau of Air Pollution Control, Class II Permitting Branch 901 South Stewart Street, Suite 4001 Carson City, Nevada 89701
chillers, cement silos, batch plant controls, and dust collectors. The General Air Quality Permit for New or Modified Minor Source Concrete Batch Plants only covers concrete batch operations that are located at minor New Source Review (NSR) sources.
GENERAL AIR PERMIT FOR CONCRETE BATCH PLANTS Southeastern Concrete of Lumberton, Inc. Lumberton, Robeson County, North Carolina Permit Class: General Small Facility ID# 7800207 Dear Mr. Musselwhite: Acting Director In accordance with your
Chapter 164: General Permit Regulation for Concrete Batch
An application for a Class II General Air Quality Operating Permit for Concrete Batch Plants must be signed by the Responsible Official, as defined in NAC 445B.156. The certification/signature page is the last page of the application and the original "wet" signature must be provided.
GENERAL AIR QUALITY CONTROL PERMIT for Concrete Batch Plants (As required by T,itle 49, Chapter 3, Article 2, Section 49-426, Arizona Revised Statutes) This air quality control permit does not relieve applicant of responsibility for meeting all air pollution
For concrete plants, nearly every state has more than one type of NPDES permit available for permit coverage at a concrete plant, usually general or generic permits, and individual permits. General permits are stormwater permits which cover one or more types of groups of facilities, which are similar in scope and operation, as well as discharge types and pollutants discharged.
General Air Permit. Facilities in one of the following categories: emergency generators, concrete batch plants, cotton ginners, or yarn spinning plants that are not otherwise exempt under 2Q.0102 or 2Q.0900. Facilities eligible for general permits must meet certain conditions and emission must be below thresholds established by rule.
Batch Plants. Facilities, which meet the criteria in this general permit application, will be permitted under the Concrete Batch Plant General Permit and will pay lower annual air quality fees than Concrete Batch Plants covered under individual air quality permits.
for Concrete Batch Plant General Permit Application This application form is required to apply to cover a concrete batch plants under the general permit process per 06-096 CMR 164. Fill out all applicable sections of the forms. Attach additional pages as
AUTHORIZATION TO OPERATE (ATO) GENERAL AIR QUALITY OPERATING PERMIT For CONCRETE BATCH PLANTS OPERATING IN PIMA COUNTY I. FACILITY INFORMATION: General Permit Issued Date: May 22, 2015 General Permit Expiration Date
9/1/2008 · General Permit to Construct document for concrete batch plants or contact the Maryland Department of the Environment, Air and Radiation Management Administration at (410) 537-3230.
Attachment C – TCEQ, Amendments to the Concrete Batch Plants Air Quality Standard Permit (2012) Attachment D – U.S. EPA, Emission Factors Documentation for AP-42 Section 11.12-Concrete Batching (2006) Attachment E – TCEQ, General Permit for
Page 1 of 9 Draft Amendments to the Air Quality Standard Permit for Concrete Batch Plants Effective Date, 2021 (1) Applicability (A) This air quality standard permit authorizes concrete batch plant facilities that meet all of the conditions l isted in sections (1
Under current EPA policy, true and synthetic minor NSR sources qualify for the General Permit for concrete batch plants. Facilities will be required to compare their PTE to the NSR major source thresholds to determine if they qualify for the General Permit for concrete batch plants. The NSR major source threshold for attainment areas is 250 tpy of any criteria pollutant. The NSR major source …