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Complimentary Webinar: Landfill Air Emission Standards Overhaul - Now What?

Virtually all municipal solid waste (MSW) landfills in the US will transition from old Federal air emission standards to new ones at some point before the end of 2021. Join Trinity Consultants for a complimentary webinar discussing the “alphabet soup” of new emission standards that are becoming applicable, how they will and will not relate to requirements in existing air permits, and how to determine what standards apply to which facilities and when.

US EPA currently has 5 sets of emission standards for MSW landfills. Depending on the case and timing, each landfill may be subject to 1-3 of them simultaneously. A March 26, 2020 rulemaking revised most of them slightly, revised another heavily, and the new portions of the heavily revised rule effect gradually until being fully effective September 27, 2021. Therefore, applicability of these standards and the provisions of each that apply to a given facility are in flux for all MSW landfills in the US, leaving the industry in a complex transition period that will be difficult to navigate. At the same time, new and different requirements will be taking effect while the old requirements will remain in force simultaneously until Title V permits are updated to remove them. This webinar will help orient the regulated community on how to handle these changes, including:

Course Topics

  • NSPS Cc being replaced by NSPS Cf (as implemented by state implementation plans or the Federal Implementation Plan that is expected to be promulgated by March 2022)
  • NSPS WWW being replaced by NSPS Cf for landfills that have not undergone a design capacity expansion since July 17, 2014
  • NSPS XXX amendments for facilities that are new or expanded since July 17, 2014
  • NESHAP AAAA amendments that largely “copy and paste” NSPS XXX requirements into the NESHAP and make them separately applicable to all MSW landfills that generate more than 50 megagrams per year of NMOC when calculated according to EPA's LandGEM model, regardless of their age or modification status, with the new and changed requirements being phased in through September 2021

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