The New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services, Air Resources Division (DES) has made its final decision relative to the draft Title V Operating Permit issued to Wheelabrator Claremont Company, L.P., located at 145 Grissom Lane in Claremont, New Hampshire. In accordance with the New Hampshire Code of Administrative Rules Env-A 100 et seq., New Hampshire Rules Governing the Control of Air Pollution, DES has prepared and issued a Proposed Title V Operating Permit for this facility on September 11, 2012.
This Proposed Title V Operating Permit has been submitted to the United States Environmental Protection Agency, Region I (EPA) for review. EPA has 45 days, beginning September 11, 2012 in which to object to the issuance of the proposed permit. If no objection is made by the end of the 45-day period, DES will issue a final permit identical to the proposed permit. If an objection is made, DES will follow the provisions as outlined in Env-A 609.14, Department Action Following EPA Objection.
This proposed permit represents the final action by the Director to grant this Title V Operating Permit pursuant to Env-A 622.08, Decisions. Any person aggrieved by the Director’s final action may appeal such action in accordance with Env-A 622.09, Appeals. Any appeal must be filed with the Air Resources Council within 30 days of the date of this issuance (by 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, October 11, 2012).
You can read the Proposed Title V Operating Permit, the Permit Application Review Summary, and the Findings of Fact and Director's Decision (which includes DES responses to public comments) by following the links listed below. Please direct any questions to Gary Milbury at (603) 271-2630 or by email at email@example.com.
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- Proposed Title V Cover Letter
- Proposed Title V Operating Permit
- Permit Application Review Summary
- Findings of Fact and Director’s Decision
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