Air permits and streamlining environmental compliance requires for our clients by maintaining communications with regulating environmental agency personnel and staying abreast of environmental regulatory developments.

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Title V of the Clean Air Act requires major sources of air pollutants, and certain other sources, to obtain and operate in compliance with an operating permit. Sources with these "title V permits" are required by the Act to certify compliance with the applicable requirements of their permits at least annually. (via

• Air Compliance Management
• Navigating the NAAQS
• Air Permit Strategies
• Ambient Air Monitoring
• Title V

This program--in a lot of ways very important procedural reform contained in the new law--which greatly strengthen enforcement of the Clean Air Act. It enhances the air quality control in a variety of ways. In addition, such a program updates the Clean Air Act, increasing consistent with other environmental statutes. Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, The Clean Water Act, and the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act are all require permits. The Clean Air laws also requires a construction permit for certain pollution sources, approximately 35 states have their own laws that requiring operating permits.