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Alabama Air Update Ron Gore August, 2011. State Issues. Have all our GHG rules for construction and operating permits in place Title V emissions fees stable in $38.00 to $41.00/ton range for next few years Construction permit fees likely to go up 19% by end of CY11. Continued.

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state issues
State Issues
  • Have all our GHG rules for construction and operating permits in place
  • Title V emissions fees stable in $38.00 to $41.00/ton range for next few years
  • Construction permit fees likely to go up 19% by end of CY11
continued
Continued
  • Efforts by environmental groups to regulate residual risks from air toxics
  • Difficulty in retaining and hiring staff due to pay increase freeze and legislation
  • ALL AREAS OF ALABAMA NOW MEET ALL CURRENT OZONE AND PM2.5 STANDARDS
ozone
Ozone
  • New standard imminent
slide9

Secondary Ozone Standard 2008-2010

Lauderdale

Madison

Limestone

10

Jackson

6

Colbert

Lawrence

Morgan

DeKalb

7

Franklin

Marshall

Cherokee

Cullman

Marion

Winston

Etowah

6

Blount

Walker

Calhoun

Lamar

Fayette

St. Clair

Cleburne

Jefferson

11

Talladega

Tuscaloosa

Shelby

Clay

Pickens

Randolph

3

11

Bibb

Coosa

Greene

Chambers

Tallapoosa

Chilton

Hale

Elmore

Perry

7

Lee

Sumter

Autauga

4

Macon

Russell

Dallas

Montgomery

7

Marengo

8

Lowndes

Bullock

Choctaw

Wilcox

Barbour

Butler

Pike

Clarke

Crenshaw

Monroe

Henry

Dale

Washington

Conecuh

Coffee

Houston

Covington

5

Escambia

Geneva

Mobile

8

Counties with a O3 monitor

Baldwin

  • Units are in ppm-hours

8

  • Proposed range 7-15 ppm-hours
pm2 5
PM2.5
  • New standard imminent
so 2 naaqs
SO2NAAQS
  • 160 + Sources with potential emissions > 100TPY
  • 60 + Sources with actual emissions > 100TPY
  • ??? Clusters of sources
  • How to prioritize modeling?
no 2 naaqs
NO2 NAAQS
  • Awaiting results of monitoring 3 or 4 years down the road
other issues
Other Issues
  • Opacity lawsuit against EPA
  • Continuing short-circuiting of SIP process by EPA
  • Awaiting approval of attainment plans for annual and 24-hour PM2.5 NAAQS for Birmingham area (i.e., formal re-designation to attainment status)
  • Trying to sunset Low RVP gasoline in Birmingham