Air permits are issued under the provisions of the Clean Air Act (CAA) by the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) and covers ‘construction’ and/or ‘operation’ after construction is complete. The type of permit a facility receives is based upon a facilitys' actual, potential-controlled (PTE), or maximum-uncontrolled emission rates (MTE, using emissions testing results expressed in tons per year). Controls, limits on hours of operation, or other federally enforceable limits are used to ultimately determine the type of an air permit will receive.
Air Permitting “Source Categories” include:
Pollution Technology Inc. has the mindset of trying to minimize regulatory burden for our customers, even if it diminishes our project scope. The company personnel may often be working on several air permit projects or other air projects at any one time, so we encourage you to contact us early in your project and “BEFORE” commencing construction to help file timely permit applications. Pollution Technology Inc. does provide support and air dispersion modeling service to other engineering/consulting firms, with the majority of our work being evenly spread out between the different permit options. It takes years of experience and real expertise to properly identify the correct requirements. Our staff has that experience and we pride ourselves on our ability to consistently expedite our clients permit applications, avoid unnecessary delays, control costs and avoid cost overruns, and meet stated/agreed upon project deadlines.
Pollution Technology Inc. has two (2) compliance officers and permit specialists, each with more than two decades of air permit experience. In fact our two permitting specialists have a combined environmental experience of over 60 years. This is an unparalleled tandem.
What does all this experience mean to you?
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