Air Quality Permitting in the Dakotas

Trinity’s one-day course offers comprehensive training on federal and North/South Dakota air regulations, permitting requirements, and updates on recent regulatory developments. The course proves especially beneficial to operations and environmental personnel from industry that are responsible for obtaining permits and maintaining air quality compliance, as well as those who need a general understanding of these issues. Frequent examples and practical information are provided throughout.


Course topics

•  Ambient Air Quality Standards   (33-15-02/74:36:02)
   •  Overview of Standards
   •  Recent/Proposed Changes
•  State Implementation Plan (SIP)
   •  What is the SIP
   •  State Specific Standards
   •  Recordkeeping, Reporting, and Testing
•  Construction and Registration Permitting   (33-15-14/74:36:20)
   •  Applicability/Exemptions
   •  Application Process
   •  Permit Timelines
•  Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD)   (33-15-15/74:36:09)
   •  Baseline Actual Emissions
   •  Projected Actual Emissions
   •  Emissions Netting
   •  GHG Tailoring Rule for PSD
   •  Operation Permitting   (33-15-14/74:36:04&05)
•  Applicability/Exemptions
   •  Compliance Assurance Monitoring (CAM)
   • Renewing your Operation Permit
•  Federal Emission Standards
   •  New Source Performance Standards (NSPS)   (33-15-12/74:36:07)
   •  Maximum Achievable Control Technology (MACT) Standards   (33-15-13/74:36:08)
   •  Commonly Applicable Subparts
•  Emerging Issues
   •  Recent PM2.5 Modeling/Guidance Updates
   •  Update on SO2 Attainment Designations
   •  Update on GHG Permitting
   •  Startup, Shutdown, and Malfunction (SSM) SIP Call

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Sep 30, 2020 -- Fargo, ND
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
What others are saying about this course
  • I like that the speaker was very knowledgeable in this field.
  • I felt that the participation from the group was very useful. People were willing to give real-world examples from within their industry as to how applicable specific information was to them and their past and present jobs.