From: Henry Boyter (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Apr 05 2000 - 10:55:11 CDT
That was me that posted the comment. I agree that
"requirements" are triggered by potentials, but the original post
mentioned "compliance" which should be based on actuals and
a permit. Now, I believe the original poster meant requirements.
Dr. Henry Boyter, Jr. Ph.D. Chemist
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----- Original Message -----
From: Frank Salat <FSALAT@tnrcc.state.tx.us>
Sent: Wednesday, April 05, 2000 11:20 AM
Subject: Re: Title V permit consultant costs
Hey Matt! ... I think that's gu-RESS! (heh, heh) Also, one of
the responders is in error as far as I know: Title V
requirements ARE triggered by potential emissions ( "... if
you emit, or have the potential to emit ...." -- "potential"
meaning 24 hrs x 365 days, unless there are other
limitations, i.e., maintenance down time, physical raw
material storage or delivery limitations, etc.). -- F.
>>> Matt Kaarlela <firstname.lastname@example.org> 04/05/00 11:13am
Title V permits can vary greatly so this is just a ballpark
figure but for
a printer in Texas,
I would estimate $10,000 - $12,000 for typical printing
PIA-Texas refers our
members to a firm called RSA at 817 640-6407. Rita Zebian
is their air guru.
>> 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
>> Rob Harrison
>> Moore and Associates, Inc.
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