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Nevada Title V: What you need to know

Governing Law and Regulations

Non-Title V operating permits:

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General requirements: Nevada Administrative Code (NAC) 445B.287 to 445B.331

Class II operating permits: NAC 445B.037 and NAC 445B.3453 to 445B.3477

Class III operating permits: NAC 445B.038 and NAC 445B.3485 to 445B.3497

Class IV operating permits: NAC 445B.0385 and NAC 445B.352 to 445B.3526

Synthetic minor operating permits: NAC 445B.296

Title V operating permits (Class I operating permits): NAC 445B.3361 to 445B.3447 and 40 CFR 70 Appendix A

Applicability: NAC 445B.094

Application content: NAC 445B.3363

Action on the applications: NAC 445B.3364

Regulatory Agencies

Nevada Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Division of Environmental Protection (DEP) Bureau of Air Pollution Control (BAPC)

Washoe County District Health Department Air Quality Management Division

Clark County Department of Air Quality Management

Comparison: State vs. Federal

· Rules. Nevada is authorized by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to administer its own air emissions permit program. Nevada's Title V operating permit program, referred to as the Class I operating permit program, generally follows the federal program, including the definition of major source and program applicability. DEP received full approval of its program from EPA effective November 30, 2001. The Washoe County District Health Department and Clark County Department of Air Quality Management are also authorized by EPA to administer Title V operating permit programs within their respective jurisdictions.

The DEP received full approval of its program from the EPA effective November 30, 2001. The Washoe County District Health Department and Clark County Department of Air Quality Management are also ...


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