`Title V Permit Compliance Monitoring & Certifications: Implications for Enforcement,` presented at the 2006 FET Environmental conference

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Outline

  1. Background
  2. Continuous Compliance, IntermittentCompliance, and Deviations
  3. Anecdotal Implications of ReportingDeviations
  4. Special Considerations
  5. What source owners should be doing now

Title V Background: “Benefits”(from 9/4/92 Federal Register)

  • Enable source, States, EPA and public tobetter understand requirements
  • Enhance EPA’s ability to implement airquality planning and control
  • Easy vehicle for States to enforce airtoxics and Title IV
  • Ensure States have sufficient resources toadminister the program

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