In accordance with House Bill 952, facilities with emission sources subject to a MACT under 40 CFR Part 63 are no longer subject to the NC air toxics requirements. However, a permitting process is required to achieve removal of the air toxic limitations. Trinity has recently been involved with several different permit activities where we have successfully negotiated removal of the air toxics requirements as allowed under HB 952 where such activities are regulated under Part 63. If your facility falls under this criteria (emission source subject to Part 63 and you still have air toxic limits) and you are interested in the removal of the air toxic limits, please feel free to contact our Raleigh (919)462-9693 or Charlotte office (704)553-7747 to discuss this issue in detail.