The Clean Air Act of 1970 is a U.S. federal law intended to reduce air pollution and protect air quality. The act, which underwent a major revision in 1990, deals with ambient air pollution. The Clean Air Act sets standards for air quality that limit the amounts of various pollutants to specified levels. The law requires that EPA set standards for pollutants identified as harmful to human health and the environment.
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Exceeded limits of Air Pollutants on current permit
Analyzed Facility Operations and Calculated Air Pollutant Parameters
Formulated and submitted an approval for a Title V Air Permit
Obtained required air permit without proposed fines and penalties.
• Obtaining permits required by the Clean Air Act
• State required registration applications
• State minor source permit applications
• PSD & Non-attainment permit applications
• Title V operating permit applications
• Visual Emissions (Opacity) Evaluations
• Conducting Industrial Air Emissions Inventories
• Identify problem sources and Develop Compliance
• Feasibility Evaluations