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How to Obtain Air Quality Permits

Handbook / ManualOut of Print

By: A. Roger Greenway

443 pages, Tabs, figs

McGraw Hill

Hardback | Dec 2003 | #167341 | ISBN: 0071379754
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Includes explanation of the air permitting rules of thumb and information on state-by-state air permitting. The CD-ROM contains federal and state permit applications and the web addresses for each state office.


Chapter 1: Introduction to Air Permitting Chapter 2: New Source Review (NSR) Permitting Chapter 3: Maximum Achievable Control Technology (MACT) Chapter 4: Best Available Control Technology (BACT) Chapter 5: Assessing Compliance with Clean Air Requirements Chapter 6: Emission Estimating Techniques Chapter 7: Ambient-Air Quality Monitoring Chapter 8: Air Quality Modeling Chapter 9: Recordkeeping and Recording Requirements Chapter 10: Air Toxics and Risk Management Planning Chapter 11: Liabilities and Enforcement Chapter 12: State Permits to Construct and Operate, and Operating Permits Program Chapter 13: State Permitting Program Appendix A: State Environmental Agencies Appendix B: Abbreviations Appendix C: EPA List of Lists

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A. Roger Greenway has over 25 years experience in the areas of environmental permitting, impact assessment, and consulting. Currently, he is Principal of RTP Environmental Associates. He is a Certified Consulting Meterologist (CCM), a Qualified Environmental Professional (QEP), and an Accredited Asbestos inspector. Mr. Greenway is a popular speaker at national and regional conferences on air quality and other environmental topics and is the author of more than 50 technical publications on environmental subjects.
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