Air Quality Permits Potentially Affecting Water Quality
Current Draft Construction Air Contaminant Discharge Permit (ACDP) - Released by Oregon Department of Environmental Quality
Roseburg Forest Products, Dillard: Draft Construction ACDP Related Documents
The DEQ comment period for this proposed Construction ACDP ends March 7, 2007. The facility, located near Dillard, Oregon, and will allow reconfiguration of the particleboard furnish drying systems and installation of a new green dryer with a low NOx sanderdust/natural gas burner. OAR 216 requires the facility obtain a Construction ACDP from the Department before installing or modifying equipment at the Roseburg Forest Products Dillard Plant. The source must obtain a modification to its existing Oregon Title V Operating Permit (No. 10-0025) prior to operating the new or modified equipment. The proposed permit would place no limit on carbon dioxide, a key global greenhouse gas. In addition, the permit would explicitly increase the facility's carbon monoxide limit by 26 tons per year. Carbon monoxide is oxidized in the atmosphere forming carbon dioxide. The permit renewal would also allow an increase of 13 tons per year of sulfur dioxide, an acid rain forming gas. Lead (Pb) emissions would also be allowwed to 0.5 tons per year.