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Document Title/Subject:
Innovative Air Permits: Evaluation of Implementation Experiences: DaimlerChrysler Permit Review Report
Related Documents:
Report Transmittal Memo
Innovative Air Permits: Evaluation of Implemenation Experiences: Report
Other 5 EPA Flexible Permit Implementation Reviews
Signed by: Robert Brenner and Jay Benforado

Signature Date: November 18, 2002

Contact:
Michael Trutna (919) 541-5345 or Dave Dellarco (206) 553-4978

Filename(s):
http://www.epa.gov/ttn/oarpg/t5/memoranda/iap_dcprr.pdf

URL(s):



 

Regulatory Authority:
Title 5
Division/Director:
Information Transfer and Program Integration Division (OAQPS) / Bill Harnett
Submitted By:
parker.barrett
OGC Contact:
Lisa Friedman
OGC Phone#:
202-564-5501
Internet Contact:
Jeff Clark
Document Type:
Policy & Guidance Memos,
EPA Document Number:

Federal Register:
Supersedes:
Subject Category:
AIR
BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY
Monitoring
Operating Permits
POLLUTION PREVENTION AND CLEANUP
Keywords:
Emissions
Flexibility
Monitoring
Permits
Terms:
Air pollutants
Clean Air Act
CAA
Community involvement
Permits
Abstract:
EPA, along with state and local permitting authorities, launched a Flexible Permit Implementation Review in April 2001 to evaluate the implementation of innovative air permitting techniques to provide companies with the flexibility necessary to compete in global markets without decreasing environmental protection. The report lists and then describes ten findings from that review. This file is the DaimlerChrysler Review Report covers eight areas:
1. Background
2. Flexible Permit Design Features
3. Public Participation and Public Perception
4. Implementation of Flexible Permit Provisions (On-site Verification)
5. Design Adequacy of the Flexible Permits
6. Practical Enforceability of the Flexiblity Provisions
7. Permit Costs, Benefits & Value Added
8. Other Issues

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