From: DAVE WINTZ (DWINTZ@dem.state.in.us)
Date: Wed Apr 05 2000 - 09:04:11 CDT
don't know how much the consultant might charge, but if you have a problem
with the state and/or EPA, you might want to look into audit priviledge
statutes - some states, including Indiana, have set up audit parameters and
have enforcement discretion on dealing with such items that are discovered
by the source and self-reported to the regulatory agency.
>>> Robert.Harrison@gepex.ge.com 04/04/2000 5:51:01 PM >>>
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.
Moore and Associates, Inc.
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