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  • Update - EPA Finalizes Guidance on MERPs as a Demonstration Tool for PSD Permitting  - 

    Accurately assessing secondary pollutant impacts (e.g. PM2.5 and Ozone) as part of a PSD demonstration can range from simple qualitative and quantitative discussions, to photochemical modeling that can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars and »

  • Friendly Emissions Inventory Reminder!  - 

    The Kentucky Emissions Inventory System (KyEIS) emission survey responses are due on April 15th. Applicable sources are required to provide information on calendar-year process rates and fuel usage through the survey, in order to calculate actual »

  • Kentucky Office Announcement - Visible Emissions Certified  - 

    It is common for stationary sources to discharge visible emissions into the atmosphere. These visible emissions, referred to as plumes, can appear as either black or white smoke. Plumes are judged based on their opacity (i.e., the degree to which »

  • The Fees You Pay to the Kentucky Division for Air Quality Are Going to Change  - 

    The Kentucky Energy & Environmental Cabinet is proposing to move to a hybrid fee schedule, involving both a variable annual emissions fee (consistent with past practice), based on the amount of actual subject emissions, and a new flat annual base »

  • Upcoming EPA Hazardous Waste Inspections in Kentucky  - 

    The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is planning to inspect numerous Kentucky facilities during the remainder of 2018 to evaluate compliance with Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) requirements. During the Meet with the Regulators »

  • Deep Dive into 401 KAR 63:020, Potentially Hazardous Matter or Toxic Substances  - 

    The Kentucky Division for Air Quality (KDAQ) regulates potentially hazardous matter or toxic substances (commonly referred to as toxic air pollutants or “TAPs”) through 401 KAR 63:020. This regulation applies to each affected facility that emits or »

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