Air Permitting Blog
So You Received Your Air Permit – Now What?

So You Received Your Air Permit – Now What?

by Mark Cramer, PESenior Engineer Most project design/build teams planning new construction or modifications to existing facilities involving sources of air emission understand that these actions require an air permit prior to starting construction.  It is also well known that the...

Progress Being Made on Sulfur Dioxide Air Quality

Progress Being Made on Sulfur Dioxide Air Quality

The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has ten regional offices across the country, each of which is responsible for several states and in some cases, territories or special environmental programs. The town of Steubenville, Ohio lies within EPA Region...

Common Air Permit Violations to Avoid

Common Air Permit Violations to Avoid

Most industrial facilities have some type of air permit, ranging in complexity from small sources to Title V major sources.  These permits spell out general and specific requirements for continued compliance with air quality regulations, including emission limits, emission testing,...