Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) Permitting Applicability and Avoidance Strategy in Georgia

This 1/2-day course is designed for environmental personnel who have facilities that are subject to or potentially subject to PSD permitting. The course covers such essential topics as key definitions contained in the federal and state PSD rules, PSD applicability assessments and exclusions, specific examples of application of the program by the state regulatory agency, and strategies to avoid PSD permitting as allowed within the framework of the regulations. Course completion enables attendees to:

  • Understand basic PSD applicability procedures and complicated PSD applicability assessments and exclusions
  • Learn to conduct a contemporaneous netting analysis
  • CEUs:
    0.4


    Course topics
    • Understand basic PSD applicability procedures and the potentially industry-friendly changes that NSR reform represents
    • Review the routine maintenance, repair, and replacement (RMRR) exclusion and guidance
    • Understand the importance of environmental management of change (MOC) documentation and how to create a robust review system
    • Learn about complicated PSD applicability assessments and exclusions
      • Baseline actual emissions
      • Projected actual emissions
      • Demand growth (could have accommodated) emissions
    • Learn how to conduct a netting analysis
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    $249

    Apr 11, 2019 -- Atlanta, GA
    1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Sep 17, 2019 -- Dublin, GA
    1:00 PM - 5:00 PM

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    Navigating Compliance and Changes to your Georgia Title V Permit

    Environmental professionals responsible for compliance under the Title V operating permit program will benefit from this 1/2-day course which is tailored to address the day-to-day requirements of living with a Title V permit in Georgia. The course will cover practical examples pertaining to developing and implementing compliance management systems, preparing compliance reports, and determining when and how to submit a Title V permit modification application. Instructors are senior consultants who are active in preparing operating permits and compliance management strategies for industrial sources. Attendees will learn to:

  • Prepare for Georgia EPD compliance inspections
  • Implement compliance management and recordkeeping systems
  • Prepare compliance and deviation reports
  • Submit applications in the Georgia Environmental Online Systems (GEOS), Georgia's new web-based Title V permit application system
  • Apr 11, 2019 -- Atlanta, GA
    Sep 17, 2019 -- Dublin, GA

    Managing for Success in Nonattainment Areas in Georgia

    This ½ - day course is designed for environmental professionals responsible for facilities impacted by a state’s air permitting and regulatory requirements for nonattainment areas. The course includes a review of nonattainment area provisions of the Clean Air Act, regulations particular to nonattainment areas in the state where the course is being presented, and procedures to determine whether changes at facilities are potentially subject to nonattainment NSR permitting. Relevant examples and a discussion of successful permitting strategies help bring the material to life.