2013 North Carolina

Air Quality Compliance Workshop

A Joint Presentation of

North Carolina Division of Air QualityMCIC

Thursday, March 14, 2013 - Hickory

Thursday, March 21, 2013 - Raleigh

8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

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Due to the processing time that may be involved in issuing company checks, you may register for the workshop either electronically or by mail/fax even if you are unable to enclose a check at the time of registration.When mailing the check, simply include a copy of the completed form.

About The 2013 Air Quality Workshop

Operators of Title V, synthetic minor, small, and area sources of air pollutants are faced with a complex and at times confusing set of requirements under North Carolina’s air quality regulations and individual air permits.

Now you can learn first hand what the regulators from the North Carolina Division of Air Quality (DAQ) will expect from operators of each type of source in 2013.

For this year’s program, the DAQ staff from the permitting section has developed the agenda. So if you have any questions about air permitting issues in North Carolina, this is the program to attend.

The morning session and a portion of the afternoon section of the Workshop will focus on issues common to all regulated air emission sources.

Later in the afternoon, Workshop attendees will have the choice of attending one of two concurrent sessions.

The concurrent session for Title V sources will focus on issues specific to such sources.

The concurrent session for non-Title V sources (synthetic minor, small, and area sources) will focus on area source GACT requirements, enforcement, and permitting issues specific to such sources.

Both sessions will have an enforcement panel from the regional offices and the Raleigh compliance staff to answer your questions

There will be plenty of time for questions during each presentation as well as during breaks and lunch. Attendees with specific questions prior to the workshop can also submit those questions to MCIC. by sending an email to <jim@mcicnc.org> MCIC will then provide the questions to DAQ staff anonymously so that they can address the questions during the Workshop.

Workshop Agenda

Workshop Agenda (Tentative, Subject to Change)
Time Topic Presenter Organization
7:30 AM Registration    
8:00 AM Welcome & Introductions Preston Howard President, MCIC
8:15 AM DWQ Overview Sheila Holman
Mike Abraczinskas
Division Director 
Deputy Division Director
8:30 AM Rule Changes - What's New for 2013 Joelle Burleson Rules Development
9:00 AM New NAAQS Promulgation, Designations,& Implementation Sushma Masemore Planning
9:30 AM Update and Implementation Issues with Major Source Boiler
MACT/Area Source Boiler MACT/CISWI/NHSM Rules
Robin Barrows Allied Programs
10:15 AM Break    
10:30 AM MACT and NSPS Update for Engines
DAQ Survey Form Analysis/Follow-up for Engines
Joe Foutz
Robin Barrow
Mooresville Regional Office
Allied Programs
11:00 AM Confidentiality Procedures Update   Regional Offices
11:00 AM Implementation of Air Toxics Legislation and Rulemaking Status Mike Abraczinskas
Don van der Vaart
Deputy Director
Permitting
11:30 AM Regional Offices’ Perspectives/Issues in Air Quality Ron Slack
Margaret Love
Patrick Butler
Brad Newland
Mooresville RO (Hickory)
Winston-Salem RO (Hickory)
Raleigh RO (Raleigh)
Wilmington RO (Raleigh)
12:00 PM Lunch    
1:00 PM Air Dispersion Modeling Update in Permitting Mark Cuilla Air Quality Analysis
1:15 PM Update on Compliance, Enforcement, and Source Testing Mike Pjetraj Stationary Source Compliance
1:45 PM Ambient Monitoring Update Donnie Redmond Ambient Monitoring
2:00 PM Economic and Environmental Benefits of Energy Assessments Paula Hemmer
Yin Pong Chang
Allied Programs
Allied Programs
2:30 PM Break    
2:45 PM Concurrent Track #1 - Title V Facilities    
  2:45 PM - Major Source Permitting Issues: NSR and Title V John Evans
William Willets
Permitting
Permitting
  3:15 PM - Permitting Panel    
  3:45 PM - Compliance/Enforcement Panel   Staff from various Regional Offices
2:45 PM Concurrent Track #2 - Synthetic Minor & Small Facilities    
  2:45 PM - Minor Source Permitting Issues Denise Hays
Jalal Adouli
Charles McEachern
Dean Carrol
Mooresville RO (Hickory)
Winston-Salem RO (Hickory)
Raleigh RO (Raleigh)
Wilmington RO (Raleigh)
  3:15 PM -Compliance/Enforcement Panel    
  3:45 PM - Permitting Panel    
4:15 PM Adjourn    

Presenters

The Workshop will be presented by the staff of the Division of Air Quality.

Benefits Of Attending

Obtain practical compliance information directly from key regulators who administer and enforce North Carolina’s air quality programs on a day-to-day basis.

Network with fellow environmental professionals.

Network with key regulators in a relaxed, informal setting.

Materials Provided

The registration fee includes a Workshop Manual containing copies of all presentations and supporting material. The registration fee also includes a hot buffet lunch and breaks during the day.

Workshop Tuition

Standard Tuition - $195

MCIC Member Tuition - $170

Late Fee (Registration received after March 8, 2013) - $50

All fees are per person. Maximum class size is 100 persons per session. No refunds for cancellations. Substitutions are welcome. Registration online, by mail or by fax will reserve a place at the Workshop.

Registration:

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Directions:

To McKimmon Center:

From I-40 Westbound: Exit 295 (Gorman Street).Turn right onto Gorman Street.Go approximately 1 mile.McKimmon Center is on the right past Avent Ferry Rd. before Western Blvd.

Link to McKimmon Center's web site: http://mckimmoncenter.ncsu.edu/mckimmon

To Crowne Plaza Hickory (Formerly Hickory Holiday Inn Select):

From I-40 Eastbound: Exit 125 (Lenoir-Rhyne Boulevard). Turn right onto Lenoir-Rhyne Blvd. Holiday Inn Select will be on your left at the next intersection.

From I-40 Westbound: Exit 125 (Lenoir-Rhyne Boulevard). Turn left onto Lenoir-Rhyne Blvd. Cross the bridge and Holiday Inn Select will be on your left at the next intersection.

Additional Information

For Additional Information Contact: Jim Kuszaj at jim@mcicnc.org or 919-834-9459