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West Virginia Division of Air Quality Draft General Air Permit G35-C for Natural Gas Compressor and/or Dehydration Facilities

On August 14, 2015, the West Virginia Division of Air Quality released General Air Permit G35-C for Natural Gas Compressor and/or Dehydration Facilities for comment. The public comment period will end September 14, 2015 at 5:00PM.

A copy of the draft permit along with the fact sheet and application forms is available at http://www.dep.wv.gov/daq/Pages/default.aspx.

G35-C will replace G30-D and G35-A. Existing registrations under G30-D and G35-A will remain in place but no new or revised registrations will be accepted under G30-D or G35-A once G35-C is finalized.

Comments on G35-C should be sent to attention of Jerry William, P.E. at the WVDEP office in Charleston WV.

This article was excerpted from publically available information.

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About this Author

Joyce Gentry, Senior Environmental Consultant, Step-toe Johnson Law Firm
Senior Environmental Consultant

Joyce McCune Gentry, P.E., MS, has more than twenty years of experience in the environmental arena.  Joyce is a Registered Professional Engineer in West Virginia.   She works with industrial and commercial clients, providing technical consulting services, including water and air permitting, pollution prevention planning, the development and implementation of waste management programs, as well as advice on client-specific environmental issues.  

(304) 556-8215
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