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Department of Environmental Quality
 
GDForum ID: 284
Description of Proposed Guidance Document Changes
The purpose of this document is to formalize guidance surrounding implementation of the Nonmetallic Mineral Processing General Permit (NMMPGP) contained in Chapter 510 of the Commonwealth of Virginia State Air Pollution Control Board Regulations for the Control and Abatement of Air Pollution. Since promulgation of the NMMPGP in December 2002, DEQ has built the program around discussion and case-specific determinations. This document collects those decisions, adjusts former approaches based on experience, and formalizes guidance based on the near two decades of implementation. This guidance supersedes previous NMMPGP implementation guidance including the November 22, 2002 memo from Yogesh Doshi providing helpful hints for General Permit implementation. The document also provides a comparison of the stringency of the NMMPGP to the current New Source Performance Standard for Nonmetallic Mineral Processing Facilities (40CFR60 Subpart OOO) to facilitate compliance determinations for affected facilities.
 
Guidance Document(s) for this Comment Forum
 
Document ID Document Title Document in Effect Proposed Document
APG-360 Air Permit Guidance for Processing Non-Metallic Mineral Processing Facility General Permits n/a pdf Proposed Document Updated on 6/10/2020
 
Contact Information
 
Name:
Patrick Corbett
        Title:
 
Email:
patrick.corbett@deq.virginia.gov
 
Address:
Department of Environmental Quality
P.O. Box 1105
 
City:
Richmond
State:  
VA
Zip:  
23218
 
Phone:
(804)698-4016
Fax:  
(804)698-4319
 
The Virginia Register
 

Publication Date: 4/27/2020    Volume: 36  Issue: 18
The public comment period began upon publication and extended for 30 days. It ended on 5/27/2020.
There were no comments

Effective Date:  5/28/2020 
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