National Ambient Air Quality Standards Update

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Courtesy of All4 Inc.

You have seen ALL4 documenting the corresponding evolution of the NAAQS levels since the current U.S. EPA administration started in January 2009, and we will continue to follow them closely and provide you with updates that we think are important to your operations.  The following sections provide updates on the most important NAAQS and how you can plan for them today.  Discusses SO2, air dispersion modeling and ambient monitoring, ozone, PM2.5.

You don’t need to work in the air consulting arena for very long to see some big changes. I’ve been helping clients with air permitting, strategy, and compliance for 11 years, so I’m a relative newcomer. One of my former colleagues, Marvin Gregory, once told me a story about hand delivering a construction permit application to a state agency on the day before the Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) permitting program became effective in 1977. I haven’t been at it for as long as Marvin was, but still long enough to see one very important change: the importance of the National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS). In my time in the consulting arena, the NAAQS have gone from a general PSD permitting nuisance to a full blown project stopper. You have seen ALL4 documenting the corresponding evolution of the NAAQS levels since the current U.S. EPA administration started in January 2009, and we will continue to follow them closely and provide you with updates that we think are important to your operations. The following sections provide updates on the most important NAAQS and how you can plan for them today.

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