Massachusetts Source Registrations Fast Approaching!
August 9, 2018
Facilities that meet established regulatory criteria, exceed specific operating parameters, or fall within certain categories are required to file with the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP).
Specifically, facilities with boilers >10 MMBtu/hr (lower for used oil or solid fuels), engines >3 MMBtu/hr, and process potential emissions above thresholds (PM>2 tpy, SO2>2.5 tpy, VOCs>10 tpy, NOx>4.4 tpy, or a major source of HAPs) are required to file. Also, hazardous waste incinerators, units subject to NESHAPs or MACT, facilities under Restricted Emissions Status (RES), or facilities with an Operating Permit are required to file per 310 CMR 7.12.
We can assist you with your Source Registration/Emission Statement filing(s). Our staff members are familiar with the Massachusetts air quality requirements as well as the emission estimation procedures needed. Epsilon has a team of experienced Professional Engineers (PE) and Certified Consulting Meteorologists (CCM) ready to help all of whom have excellent working relationships with MassDEP.
We are also available to:
Negotiate state and federal air preconstruction and operating permits;
Develop greenhouse gas emissions inventories for compliance with 310 CMR 7.71;
Analyze available air pollution control technologies; and
Provide other environmental consulting services (i.e. MEPA, noise, wetlands, planning, etc.)
For more information or assistance, please contact one of our highly respected air quality team members:
For more information, visit the MassDEP’s Source Registration & Greenhouse Gas Reporting website.
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