Your small business may not need an air quality permit. Have you ever considered the following?
These are all very important considerations for your small business that EMAP can help you work through.
The Clean Air Act requires EPA to establish emission standards for certain categories, or subcategories, of major and area sources of hazardous air pollutants (HAPs).
Pennsylvania DEP received delegation from EPA for certain NESHAPs that affect small businesses which includes:
Often at times, small businesses may be required to do stack testing for particular pieces of operational equipment (such as boilers or diesel engines) or pollution control equipment (catalytic converters, air scrubbers, dust control, etc.) to verify compliance with air quality permit conditions and compliance status.
DEP’s Source Testing section contains relevant information on how testing should be conducted and how results should be reported.