EPA Regulatory Reform - to Alleviate Unnecessary Regulatory Burdens

The EPA is currently evaluating existing regulatory requirements in accordance with President Trump’s Executive Order 13777, which is intended to enforce regulatory reform by reducing unnecessary regulatory burdens on the American people. This Executive Order requires each agency to create a Regulatory Reform Task Force with the purpose of reviewing existing regulations for, at a minimum, those regulations that eliminate jobs or prevent job creation, are unnecessary or dated and have costs that exceed their benefits. After their evaluation, each Regulatory Reform Task Force must provide recommendations to the agency head regarding modifications, repeal or replacements of the regulation. On

NJDEP Revises General Permits (GPs) & General Operating Permits (GOPs) for Small Boilers and Hea

New Jersey’s Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) is announcing changes to its general permits (GPs) and general operating permits (GOPs) this year. GPs apply to minor source facilities while GOPs apply to major source facilities. The changes are described in detail below. NJDEP also made available a graphic presentation describing the changes taking place in 2017. Please find that file in the link shown: http://www.nj.gov/dep/aqpp/downloads/isg/3317GPGOP%20Status.pdf Change from GP-018/GOP-008 to GP-018A/GOP-008A: These two permits affect facilities with boilers and heaters rated at least equal to 5 and less than 10 MMBtu/hr. The new names for these permits will be GP-017A/GOP-008

NJDEP Updates General Permits (GPs) for Boilers and Heaters (GP-017)

New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) is announcing a change to its general permits (GPs). The change will affect minor source facilities. The changes are described in detail below. NJDEP also made available a graphic presentation describing the changes taking place. Please find that file in the link shown: http://www.nj.gov/dep/aqpp/downloads/isg/3317GPGOP%20Status.pdf Change from GP-017 to GP-017A: This minor source permit affects facilities with boilers and heaters rated below 5 MMBtu/hr. The new name for this permit will be GP-017A. The changes scheduled for this permit will include federal requirements for MACT JJJJJJ (pronounced mact-six-jay) for boiler and heater t

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