GEORGIA AIR PROTECTION BRANCH EPD PUBLIC ADVISORY

GEORGIA – SIP PUBLIC ADVISORIES – The following applications have been received for Air Quality Permits.

These applications are presently under review. Any comments should be received by 01-May-2020

 

BIBB

Facility Name: Irving Consumer Products, Inc. – Macon

Application No: 27484

Facility Address: 1897 Allen Rd (Sofkee Industrial Pk), Macon, 31216 (Bibb)

EPD Notice Type: Permit – Application.

Description of Operation: Tissue Mill

Reason for Application: Expansion of existing tissue mill, including a new boiler, new dryers, and a new tissue machine.

 

For additional information, contact Eric Cornwell, Program Manager, Stationary Source Permitting Program, Air Protection Branch, 4244 International Parkway, Suite 120, Atlanta, Georgia 30354, (404) 363-7000.

 

 

NOTICE OF DRAFT TITLE V OPERATING PERMITS AND PERMIT MODIFICATIONS

GEORGIA ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION DIVISION

AIR PROTECTION BRANCH

4244 INTERNATIONAL PARKWAY, SUITE 120, ATLANTA, GA 30354

 

The Georgia Environmental Protection Division announces its intent to issue initial Title V Operating Permits, Title V Significant Modifications, Title V Operating Permit Renewals, and/or other Title V Permit proceedings for the following facilities. The deadlines for submitting comments and requesting a public hearing are specified for each facility.

 

RENEWAL TITLE V OPERATING PERMITS

 

MUSCOGEE

Facility Name: Exide Technologies Columbus Battery Recycling Plant

Application No: 430762

Facility Address: 3639 Joy Road, Columbus, 31902 (Muscogee)

EPD Notice Type: Permit – Proposed.

Description of Operation: Lead Smelter

Comment period/deadline for public hearing request expires on: May 07, 2020

 

TITLE V SIGNIFICANT MODIFICATIONS

 

HOUSTON

Facility Name: GA POWER CO. – ROBINS

Application No: 401306

Facility Address: 1300 Macon Street, Warner Robins, 31098 (Houston)

EPD Notice Type: Permit – Proposed.

Description of Operation: Combustion Turbines

Emission Increase/Decrease:

Description of Requested Modification/Change: Acid Rain Permit Renewal

Comment period/deadline for public hearing request expires on: May 08, 2020

 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: The draft permits and permit amendments and all information used to develop the draft permits and permit amendments are available for review. This includes the application, all relevant supporting materials and all other materials available to the permitting authority used in the permit review process. This information is available for review at the office of the Air Protection Branch, 4244 International Parkway, Atlanta Tradeport – Suite 120, Atlanta, Georgia 30354. Copies of the draft permits or permit amendments, narratives, application summaries, and (in most cases) permit applications are also available at our Internet site, https://epd.georgia.gov/. Also available at this Internet site is a copy of the public notice, as it will appear in the legal organ of the county where the facility is located.

If a permit application is not available at our Internet site, the public notice will indicate where a copy of these documents will be available at a location near the facility.

Persons wishing to comment on a draft Initial Title V Operating Permit, Title V Significant Modification, Title V Operating Permit Renewal, or other Title V Permit proceedings are required to submit their comments, in writing, to EPD at the above Atlanta Air Protection Branch address. Comments must be received by no later than the deadline indicated for the particular facility. (Should the comment period end on a weekend or holiday, comments will be accepted up until the next working day.) All comments received on or prior to the deadline will be considered by the Division in making its final decision to issue the Title V permit or permit amendment.

Any requests for a public hearing must be made prior to the deadline indicated for the particular facility. A request for a hearing should be in writing and should specify, in as much detail as possible, the portion of the Georgia Rules for Air Quality Control or the Federal Rules which the individual making the request is concerned may not have been adequately incorporated. A public hearing may be held if the Director of the EPD finds that such a hearing would assist the EPD in a proper review of the facility’s ability to comply with the Federal and State air quality regulations.

For additional information, contact Eric Cornwell, Program Manager, Stationary Source Permitting Program, Air Protection Branch, 4244 International Parkway, Suite 120, Atlanta, Georgia 30354, (404) 363-7000.

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