NJDEP Issues New General Permit For Emergency Generators

Written By: Caltha LLP | Published On: 24th September 2017 | Category: Air Quality | RSS Feed

The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) Air Quality Permitting Program has revised the Emergency Generator General Permit (GP-005) used by many facilities.

Permit GP-005 was revise to incorporate the requirements of revised New Jersey Administrative Code 7:27-19, Control and Prohibition of Air pollution by Oxides of Nitrogen,  and to  incorporate the United States Environmental Protection Agency proposed New Source Performance (NSPS) requirements for Emergency Generators outlined at 40 CFR 60.4207 Subpart IIII.

The revised general permit will now allow a facility to combine all applicable emergency generators at the facility into one single registration in most situations. For more information on Caltha LLP services related to air permitting, go to:

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