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The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality’s (TCEQ’s) “Permit by Rule” (PBR) program allows the regulated community to efficiently design, construct, start-up, and operate a substantial number of differing types of air emission facilities. Based in over 100 standardized permits delineated in Title 30 of the Texas Administrative Code (30 TAC), they can cover everything from hand grinding of metal to natural gas liquefaction. They enable sites to construct new emission facilities or make modifications to existing, previously permitted facilities.
There are several different paths through the PBR process determined by a number of different factors. Some must be approved/authorized by the TCEQ, others do not require administrative review and approval. While PBRs are efficient in terms of authorizing new emissions, they are also very prescriptive and very seldom open to interpretation or flexibility. Further, under certain circumstances, they can also have significant monitoring and recordkeeping requirements.
W&M invites you to sit in on our webinar that will walk you through the basics of applying the PBR program. The subject matter is appropriate to all levels of an organization including senior management, engineers, line operations. In short, anyone involved in day to day operations.