John Hinckley and Barbara Dorfschmidt Present Considerations for Air Permitting Planning at NHBIA’s Air & Water Regulatory Conference

July 19, 2018

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GeoInsight’s Air Compliance Specialist, John Hinckley, and NHDES’s Operating Permits Program Manager, Barbara Dorfschmidt, present considerations prior to air permitting planning

GeoInsight’s Air Compliance Specialist, John Hinckley, and NHDES’s Operating Permits Program Manager, Barbara Dorfschmidt, presented at the recent New Hampshire Business and Industry Association’s (NHBIA) Air & Water Regulatory Conference. The presentation, If I Only Knew Then What I Know Now: Important Considerations for the Air Quality Permitting Process, addressed recommendations of what project developers can consider early in the planning process to minimize the risk of unanticipated project costs and delays.

John and Barbara offered a variety of and recommendations for both before and during the stage of project planning, including:

  • Scheduling a pre-application meeting with NHDES to determine how long it will take to require your air permit.
  • Determining how your air permit will affect the overall project design, from stack height to emission control equipment.

  • Completing a detailed review of your draft air permit. 

  • Evaluating construction & operating costs prior to beginning the project.

  • Developing a compliance flow chart to ensure that all regulatory compliances are properly met.

 

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Hosted by the New Hampshire Business and Industry Association (NHBIA), in partnership with the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services (NHDES) and the New Hampshire Municipal Association (NHMA), the New Hampshire Air & Water Regulatory Conference provides an ideal space for consultants, municipal officials, attorneys, and environmental compliance officers to congregate and discuss the state’s regulatory environment. This conference allows attendees to review the current challenges facing the state of New Hampshire’s environmental regulatory system, as well as what the future of the industry holds.

 

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If you have questions, get in touch with our presenters:

John Hinckley, Associate/Air Compliance Specialist

Contact John Hinckley

jahinckley@geoinc.com | 800.217.1953