New Mexico Environmental News

  • Repeal of the NMAAQS Standard for TSP  - 

    Consideration for the repeal of the New Mexico Ambient Air Quality Standard (NMAAQS) for Total Suspended Particulates (TSP) was recommended in the Improving Environmental Permitting Initial Report, released November 14, 2012. New Mexico developed »

  • New NMED GCP-Temporary Control Permit  - 

    As of October 5th, 2018, the New Mexico Environment Department (NMED) has issued a new permitting mechanism for oil and gas production facilities in New Mexico (excluding Bernalillo County, tribal lands, non-attainment areas, and City of Sunland »

  • Changes to GCP-O&G Registration Form and Challenges of Permitting Path  - 

    Since the issuance of the GCP-Oil & Gas permit over four months ago, the New Mexico Environment Department (NMED) has updated both the Registration Form and the Air Emissions Calculation Tool (AECT) requiring more detailed information and »

  • Improving Site Represntation Using a Meteorological Tower  - 

    Due to the complex terrain encountered at many facilities in the Southwest and Rocky Mountain regions of the United States it is often difficult to accurately represent the meteorological conditions occurring at a facility. The local meteorology »

  • Permitting Nonroad Engines in New Mexico  - 

    Permitting requirements for nonroad engines in the state of New Mexico vary based on the agency authorizing your Air Quality Permit. The two agencies that will be discussed within this article include the New Mexico Environment Department (NMED) and »

  • NMED Releases GCP-O&G  - 

    New Mexico Environment Department (NMED) Air Quality Bureau (AQB) released the long awaited GCP-Oil & Gas (GCP-O&G) at the end of April 2018. This new form set will be used to register new and existing minor source oil and gas facilities, replacing »

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