these changes) of hot mix asphalt plants as stated in Section I of these procedures. Existing Source Rule 4-10 Emission Standards for Asphalt Plants – The limits on the asphalt plant cannot be less stringent than Rule …
1/11/2020 · Section 401 KAR 52:090 - Prohibitory rule for hot mix asphalt plants RELATES TO: KRS 224.10-100, 224.20-100, 224.20-110, 224.20-120 NECESSITY, FUNCTION, AND CONFORMITY: KRS 224.10-100 requires the Environmental and Public Protection Cabinet to promulgate administrative regulations for the prevention, abatement, and control of air pollution.
Section 1. Applicability. (1) This administrative regulation shall apply to hot mix asphalt plants: (a) Whose potential to emit (PTE) equals or exceeds a major source threshold for Title V; (b) Who have not been issued a Title V or conditional major permit; and
Request for Coverage: Hot Mix Asphalt Plants Page 5 of 24 Version 1.0 Section 2: Facility Information for Requesting Coverage under the General Air Quality Permit for New or Modified Minor Source Hot Mix Asphalt Plants
Air Quality Permitting Section at (402) 471-2189. You may qualify for a Permit-by-Rule if you are permitting an Asphalt Plant that meets the criteria in Title 129, Chapter 42. Please read Title 129, Chapter 42 to determine if your Asphalt Plant can be
Asphalt Plant Regulation Policy Intentions Paper for Consultation INTENTIONS PAPER – January 2012 Page 2 Ministry of Environment 3. Background information The APR came into force in 1997 following a technical assessment and review process initiated
20/7/2018 · A permit by rule is the state air authorization for activities that produce more than a de minimis level of emissions but too little for other permitting options. To make sure that you properly claim all permits by rule that pertain to your business or other operation, look in this index for the equipment, processes, or facilities that you use.
Prohibitory rule for hot mix asphalt plants. RELATES TO: KRS 224.10-100, 224.20-100, 224.20-110, V or conditional major permit. Section 2. General Provisions. (1) Covered sources shall not be required to obtain Title V or conditional major permits, except
EPA Form No. 5900-342 EPA ICR No. 1230.27 OMB Control No. 2060-0003 Approval expires 4/30/2017 Request for Coverage: Hot Mix Asphalt Plants Page 3 of 24 Version 1.0 Sources eligible for the General Permit for New or Modified Minor Source
425.1-1 RULE 425.1 Hot Mix Asphalt Paving Plants (Oxides of Nitrogen) - Adopted 10/13/94 I. Purpose The purpose of this Rule is to red uce oxides of nitr ogen emissions (NO x) from hot mix asph alt paving plants to fulfill mandates of the 1988 California Clean
TCEQ-20110 (APDG 5230v6, revised 04/19) Air Quality Standard Permit Checklist for Hot Mix Asphalt Plants This form is for use by facilities subject to air quality permit requirements and may be revised periodically. Page 2 of 14
4 Permitting Regulations • Rule Liming-.03(1) and (2): Requires that a state construction permit and state operating permit be applied for and obtained for "any facility which may result in air pollution." [Except as exempt under Rule Liming-.03(6).] • Note: air quality
3/04 Mineral Products Industry 11.1-1 11.1 Hot Mix Asphalt Plants 11.1.1 General1-3,23, 392-394 Hot mix asphalt (HMA) paving materials are a mixture of size-graded, high quality aggregate (which can include reclaimed asphalt pavement [RAP]), and liquid
A Montana Air Quality Permit (MAQP), with conditions, is hereby granted to Knife River Corporation (Knife River) pursuant to Sections 75-2-204 and 211 of the Montana Code Annotated (MCA), as amended, and Administrative Rules of Montana (ARM) 17.8.740,
2/9/2014 · Permit-by-Rule - Section 2.0 - Asphalt Plants - Notice of Intent Form This information is provided by the Nebraska Department of Environment and Energy to assist the public and regulated community. Form #: 07-280 Applications and Forms Revised: 9/2/14 Size
MMBtu/hour for the drum mixer/dryer. The permit program for Wisconsin includes a capacity limit of 700 tons/hour for the asphalt plant. The capacity limits for heaters and engines can be found in the state permit programs for New Mexico and South Carolina.
submit Section 2.0-Permit by Rule: Asphalt Plants, Part 2.5: Relocation: Asphalt Plants. The relocation notice must be submitted to the Department at least 20 days prior to the relocation. PART 2.1: NOTICE OF INTENT: Asphalt Plants IMPORTANT: PLEASE
Asphalt plants and associated equipment including storage silos, tanks, aggregate handling equipment and related processes emit air contaminants including oxides of nitrogen, carbon monoxide, volatile organic compounds, oxides of sulfur, particulate matter and toxic air contaminants. This equipment requires a permit to operate.
Permit Hotline at 877-834-0474 or via the Air Quality Permitting Section at 402-471-2189. a) An Example: You have an Asphalt Plant that is permitted by the Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality under Title 129, Chapter 42: Permit-by-Rule.