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Department of Environmental Quality
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Title Air Permit Guidance for Condensable Emissions in Particulate Pollutants
Document ID APG-110
Summary This document briefly recounts this history, focusing on the current state of particulates regulation for Virginia’s Regulations for the Abatement and Control of Air Pollution. The air pollutant family “particulate matter” (hereafter referred to as particulates) has a long history that has created confusion with the regulated community, the public, and Agency personnel. The majority of this confusion is due to differing uses of the term, particulate matter or PM, for example in National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS), New Source Performance Standard (NSPS), and Virginia’s Regulations. This document summarizes the recent history of particulates. Currently there are three types of particulates described and discussed in this guidance document.
Effective Date 11/12/2020
pdf View document text     Posted On 4/20/2021                 Document on Town Hall
Explanation or Citations 04/20/2021 - summary added to guidance information.

This document applies to the following chapters
[9 VAC 5-10] General Definitions
[9 VAC 5-30] Ambient Air Quality Standards
[9 VAC 5-80] Permits for Stationary Sources
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This document briefly recounts this history, focusing on the current state of particulates regulation for Virginia’s Regulations for the Abatement and Control of Air Pollution. The air pollutant family “particulate matter” (hereafter referred to as particulates) has a long history that has created .... 10/12/2020 Forum ended on 11/11/2020 with 0 Comments.


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