Title V and Other Air Quality Permits
Potentially Affecting Water Quality
Final Title V Air Quality Permits - Issued by Oregon Department of Environmental Quality
This list is based on recent final permits as they are made available to us by regulatory agencies and is not all inclusive.
Boise Building Solutions Manufacturing, L.L.C.: Final Title V Air Permit Related Documents
The DEQ comment period for this renewal of an Air Quality Permit ended February 2, 2007, and was finalized by DEQ on March 13, 2007. The facility is located in Medford, Oregon and is a veneer drying and plywood layup facility with veneer dryers, layup presses, lumber dry kilns, material handling systems, and 3 boilers. The proposed permit would place no limit on carbon dioxide, a key global greenhouse gas. The permit allows very large emissions of carbon monoxide (2,987 ton/year), nitrogen oxides (253 tons/yr) and other chemicals. Carbon monoxide is oxidized in the atmosphere forming carbon dioxide.
Roseburg Forest Products, EWP Facility: Final Title V Air Permit Related Documents
The DEQ comment period for this new Air Quality Permit ended February 21, 2007, and was finalized by DEQ on March 8, 2007. The facility, located near Riddle, Oregon, is an engineered wood products (EWP) facility. The proposed permit allows the facility to become a major source of Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAP) through production increases.