Air Quality Permitting in Colorado

This intensive 1-day course is intended for environmental professionals responsible for air quality permitting and compliance management for their facilities. Each course is focused on state and/or district requirements for the location of the course. A brief overview of federal requirements and detailed information on state/local regulations provide the information needed to prepare or manage the air permit application process for new or modified sources. Common reporting and compliance management tasks are reviewed, and recent and ongoing regulatory developments are discussed. Topics include:

  • Key Clean Air Act and state/district regulatory requirements
  • Air permitting concepts and processes for construction and operating permits
  • Streamlining compliance management tasks
  • CEUs:
    0.8


    Course topics
    • Definitions and Key Terms
    • Introduction to Air Quality Regulations
      • National Ambient Air Quality Standard
      • New Source Performance Standards
      • Hazardous Air Pollutant Regulations
      • State Implementation Plans
    • New Source Construction Permits
      • When are permits required?
      • Source exemptions
      • Major source (PSD) requirements
      • Colorado permitting procedures and techniques
      • Nonattainment and Maintenance requirements
    • Emission Standards
      • Monitoring, record-keeping, and reporting
      • New Source Performance Standards
      • Colorado emission limits and standards
    • Title V Operating Permit Compliance
      • Negotiating Title V permits
      • Permit modification and amendments
    • Regulatory Resources
      • Introduction to environmental law and enforcement
      • Compliance management techniques
      • Resources on the Internet
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    $449

    Oct 17, 2017 -- Denver, CO
    8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    What others are saying about this course
    • The instructors were very approachable and down to earth, while maintaining technical competence.
    • Great course.
    • I really appreciated that I was encouraged to provide input into what I wanted covered.