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Title V Permitting


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From: Wayne Pferdehirt (pferdehi@epd.engr.wisc.edu)
Date: Wed Jan 21 1998 - 16:45:29 CST


Sorry for the duplicate messages, but I wanted to be sure that
those regulators who are part of Printreg but not Printech
also got to see Don's question, and have the opportunity to
respond.
-Wayne

------- Forwarded Message Follows -------From:
"Hensel, Donald" <hensd@naa.org> To: "'Printech'"
<printech@great-lakes.net> Subject: Title V Permitting Date:
      Wed, 21 Jan 98 17:17:00 PST Reply-to:
printech@great-lakes.net

A member of the Newspaper Association of America is having a difficult
  time convincing the South Coast Air Quality Management District
(SCAQMD) that the 95% retention factor used in calculating VOC
emissions from newspaper ink on newsprint is supported by the US
Environmental Protection Agency. If the member is allowed to use
the 95% retention factor rather than the 90% retention factor
required by SCAQMD, the member's VOC emissions will be under 8 tons
per year and Title V permitting may be avoided. Is the 95%
retention factor generally accepted by other states? What other
retention factors are used by the regulatory agencies?

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Donald A. Hensel, CIH
Newspaper Association of America
1921 Gallows Road, Suite 600
Vienna, VA 22182-3900

Phone: (703) 902-1835
E-mail: hensd@naa.org


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