Printech Archive, April, 2000
Re: Title V permit consultant costs


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From: Henry Boyter (hboyter@cstone.net)
Date: Tue Apr 04 2000 - 18:28:20 CDT


You can be in compliance at any potential emissions. It is the
actuals that you have to consider as compared to your
Title V Permit.

Dr. Henry Boyter, Jr.
Ph.D. Chemist

The opinions of Dr. Boyter are provided for informational
purposes only and should not be used as advice. No
warranty or expression of professionalism is implied.

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----- Original Message -----
From: Harrison, Robert (GEP, Contractor) <Robert.Harrison@gepex.ge.com>
To: Print Tech <printech@great-lakes.net>
Sent: Tuesday, April 04, 2000 6:51 PM
Subject: Title V permit consultant costs

What should a printer who is going to break the 100 ton VOC limit for
potential emissions expect to pay a consultant to bring him into Title V
compliance? HAPs and other criteria pollutants are a non issue.

Rob
Rob Harrison
Moore and Associates, Inc.
812-831-7482
robert.harrison@gepex.ge.com


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