Air Quality Permitting in Pennsylvania

Learn the latest on federal, Pennsylvania, and local agency's air regulations and permitting requirements, as well as strategies for obtaining permits and achieving compliance. Trinity's 1-day course is beneficial to operations and environmental personnel responsible for obtaining permits and maintaining air quality compliance, and managers who need a general understanding of these issues.


Course topics
  • Doing Business in Pennsylvania
    • Agency Overview - PaDEP, AMS, ACHD, EPA Region III
  • Clean Air Act Overview
    • Overview of Key Federal Air Regulations
    • National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS)
  • Basic Air Permitting and Regulatory Concepts
    • Calculating PTE
    • Determining Major Source Status
  • Pennsylvania Non-Attainment Areas and Issues
    • PA RACT Program
    • Other Key SIP Rules
  • Air Permitting Processes in PA
    • Permitting Exemptions
    • Requests for Determination (RFDs)
    • General Permits
    • Plan Approvals
    • Minor NSR
    • NNSR/PSD
    • State Only Operating Permits
    • Title V Operating Permits
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May 13, 2020 -- Pittsburgh, PA
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sep 29, 2020 -- Philadelphia, PA
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
What others are saying about this course
  • A lot of information in a short amount of time - it was handled very well.
  • The materials provided were comprehensive and the instructor was technically sound in explaining the concepts and fundamentals for air quality permitting in PA.
  • The instructors were knowledgeable and enthusiastic about the content.
  • The instructors were masterful of the material, and there was not a single question they couldn't answer with ease.

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Construction Permitting for Major Sources in Pennsylvania

Is your company considering expansion projects or changes to facility processes that may trigger air permitting? Join us for a half day seminar, designed for environmental professionals with a working knowledge of air quality permitting, to discuss New Source Review (NSR) implications for capital projects. This seminar will provide an opportunity to learn from Trinity's first-hand experience. The goal of evaluating potential impacts on project design, cost and schedule.

Sep 30, 2020 -- Philadelphia, PA