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Air Permitting Overview. Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Small Business & Local Government Assistance. Programs Offer Free and confidential technical assistance Multi-media compliance tools. Small Business & Local Government Assistance. 30 TAC § 116.110(a) .

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    1. Air Permitting Overview. Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Small Business & Local Government Assistance

    2. Programs Offer Free and confidential technical assistance Multi-media compliance tools Small Business & Local Government Assistance.

    3. 30 TAC §116.110(a). TCEQ Permitting Process. The Pyramid! Additional permitting concerns. Air Permitting Overview.

    4. NSR Authorizations. Graphic depiction of a pyramid representing TCEQ authorizations in an increasing emissions format. Increasing Emissions. De Minimis. Permit by Rule. Standard Permit. Minor NSR Permit. NA and PSD.

    5. Air Contaminants • Criteria Pollutants & precursors: • Carbon Monoxide (CO), Lead (Pb), Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2), Ozone (O3), Sulfur Oxides (SOX), Particulate Matter (PM), Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC). • Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAP).

    6. Quantify Emissions • Actual vs. Potential. • Major vs. Minor. • PTE > 100 tpy of any pollutant. • PTE > 10 tpy single HAP; > 25 tpy combination of HAPs.

    7. NSR Authorizations. Graphic depiction of a pyramid representing TCEQ authorizations in an increasing emissions format. Increasing Emissions. De Minimis. Permit by Rule. Standard Permit. Minor NSR Permit. NA and PSD.

    8. De Minimis. • Negligible sources. • Must meet all conditions exactly • No paperwork submitted, keep records.

    9. De Minimis. • Industry or activity specific • 30 TAC §116.119 limits. • De Minimis List. • No Violations!

    10. Paint shop that uses:. Less than 100 gallons of coating & Less than 50 gallons of solvent. Paint shop uses 250 gallons/year(by hand). De Minimis.

    11. NSR Authorizations. Graphic depiction of a pyramid representing TCEQ authorizations in an increasing emissions format. Increasing Emissions. De Minimis. Permit by Rule. Standard Permit. Minor NSR Permit. NA and PSD.

    12. Permits by Rule (PBRs). • 30 TAC Chapter 106 • Most are industry or activity specific. • Must meet all conditions exactly

    13. PBRs. • Registration vs. “one liners”. • $450/$100 vs. free. • No renewal requirements.* • Distance requirements& site approval.

    14. PBR Requirements. • 30 TAC §106.4 & §106.8. • “25/250” limits. • Meet PBR version in effect at time of construction or installation.

    15. PBR Requirements. • Meet all other federal, state, and local requirements. • Check for permit condition limits at site.

    16. PBR Related Forms. • PI-7 or PI-7-CERT. • §106.4 & PBR Registration Checklists. • Additional Information. • Core Data Form.

    17. Application Tips. • Cover Letter • Process description. • Facility or site diagram. • How facility meets rule requirements.

    18. Application Tips • Characterize & quantify emissions. • Identify associated permits. • Maintenance, startup, and shutdown.

    19. PBRs • §106.433 – Surface Coat Facilities • §106.452 – Dry Abrasive Cleaning • §106.227 - Soldering, Brazing, Welding

    20. General PBRs. • 30 TAC §106.261 and §106.262. • Facilities that do not have a PBR specific to them. • Registration required.

    21. NSR Authorizations. Graphic depiction of a pyramid representing TCEQ authorizations in an increasing emissions format. Increasing Emissions. De Minimis. Permit by Rule. Standard Permit. Minor NSR Permit. NA and PSD.

    22. Standard Permits. • Industry or activity specific. • Renew every 10 years. • $900 fee when registered.

    23. Current Standard Permits. • Concrete Batch Plants. • Rock Crushers. • Oil and Gas Facilities. • Temporary Hot Mix Asphalt Plants. • Boilers

    24. SP Related Forms. • PI-1S. • Submit by mail. • Signature required. • Checklists and spreadsheets.

    25. Application Tips • Clear process description. • Facility / site diagram. • How facility meets Standard Permit requirements.

    26. Application Tips • Characterize and quantify emissions. • Identify associated permits. • Maintenance, startup, and shutdown.

    27. NSR Authorizations. Graphic depiction of a pyramid representing TCEQ authorizations in an increasing emissions format. Increasing Emissions. De Minimis. Permit by Rule. Standard Permit. Minor NSR Permit. NA and PSD.

    28. Minor NSR Permits. • Issued before construction. • a.k.a. State Permits, Individual Permits, Case-by-Case Permits, NSR Permits.

    29. Minor NSR Permits. • Case-by-case review. • Emissions, BACT, impacts evaluations. • Public Participation. • .

    30. Major Source Permits. • Prevention of Significant Deterioration. • Nonattainment New Source Review.

    31. NSR Authorizations. Graphic depiction of a pyramid representing TCEQ authorizations in an increasing emissions format. Increasing Emissions. De Minimis. Permit by Rule. Standard Permit. Minor NSR Permit. NA and PSD.

    32. Federal Operating Permit.. • Major vs. Minor • In general, major sites have PTE: > 100 tpy of any pollutant. > 10 tpy single HAP; > 25 tpy combination of HAPs.

    33. Federal Operating Permit. • Title V of the Clean Air Act. • In addition to your New Source Review authorization. • Issued through TCEQ.

    34. NSR & Title V Perspective. NSR. Breakdown of the five levels of NSR Authorizations. Title V. Comparison of the three levels of Title Five Authorizations - Minor, GOP, and SOP to the five NSR levels.

    35. Additional Considerations. • Nonattainment areas. • National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants. • New Source Performance Standards.

    36. Additional Considerations. • Graphic depiction of a pyramid including Nonattainment areas, NESHAP and NSPS.

    37. Nonattainment Areas. • EPA standards - criteria pollutants. • Areas in TX do not meet the NAAQS for Ozone. • DFW (Serious) & HGB (Severe).

    38. Nonattainment Areas. • Major vs. Minor & Potential to Emit. • Control of NOx(117) • Control of VOC (115)

    39. NESHAP/MACT. • National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants. • Federal Standards – nationwide. • Hazardous Air Pollutants.

    40. NESHAP/MACT. • Title 40 CFR Part 63 & 61. • Major and Minor (Area) Sources. • 10/25. • Comply, even if TCEQ does not have delegation.

    41. Synthetic Minor. • PTE above major source levels. • Actual emissions are below. • Certify emissions. • PI-7-CERT or • APD-CERT.

    42. NSPS. • New Source Performance Standard. • Title 40 CFR Part 60. • New, modified and reconstructed sources.

    43. Summary. NSR. Title V. Additional. Comparison of the three levels of Title Five Authorizations - Minor, GOP, and SOP,the five NSR levels, and the additional considerations pyramids.

    44. Help? • Stay up-to-date via email! • www.tceq.texas.gov. • Click “sign up for email updates”

    45. Questions? Kathryn Bazan. 817-588-5827 Kathryn.Bazan@tceq.texas.gov. Small Business & Local Government Assistance. 800-447-2827. www.TexasEnviroHelp.org.