Air Quality Permits

2013-09-14 air emission stackGuy knows the harmful effects of air pollution.  As a child, he experienced ammonia leaks that would make you gasp for your next breath.  He went to college in Pittsburgh, PA when sulfur dioxide events caused the entire city to come to a standstill.  Having experienced air pollution events that others can only read about allows Guy to bring a unique perspective to today’s regulations.

As a regulator, Guy had primary oversight for the permitting of the hazardous waste incinerator at DuPont’s Experimental Station Research and Development Facility.  In industry, he was involved with issues associated with lead smelting.  For the past 20 years, he has secured air quality construction and operating permits in several states for a variety of manufacturing and industrial clients.

These activities have involved performing engineering analyzes, source testing, air toxics modeling, and more.  It would be difficult to find an aspect of air emissions permitting or compliance reporting for which Guy does not have experience.  If you would like a free consultation to ensure your permits are in order or even to ensure that you do not need a permit, call Guy.  If you need to pursue the highest level of permitting such as Prevention of Significant Deterioration / New Source Review, call Guy. 

He will always seek to find the best path forward with the objective to secure compliance at the lowest cost.

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