Fine Particulate Series (Part 3): PM2.5 prevention of significant deterioration (i.e., Attainment) – What you need to know

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Courtesy of All4 Inc.

U.S. EPA’s final rules (and policies) governing the implementation of the New Source Review (NSR) program for fine particulate matter (i.e., particulate matter with an aerodynamic diameter less than 2.5 microns, or PM2.5) are now being implemented. In the March 2009 issue of 4 The Record, ALL4’s PM2.5 Team discussed the technical basics of PM2.5. Then, in the April 2009 issue, ALL4’s PM2.5 Team provided details regarding PM2.5 and nonattainment New Source Review (NNSR). Part 3 of the series addresses PM2.5 and Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) and includes a discussion on determining PSD applicability (or non-applicability), PM2.5 precursors, Best Available Control Technology (BACT) considerations, PM2.5 air quality modeling requirements, and timing and cost considerations when planning for PSD projects where PM2.5 emissions may be a factor.

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