Notice for Air Pollution Control Permit Applications

Public notice for applications regarding air pollution source construction or modification.

The Metro Public Health Department, Air Pollution Control Division, has announced that it is currently accepting applications for a construction permit and/or a synthetic minor operating permit. This announcement, part of the Air Pollution Control Public Notice for May 10, 2024, is in accordance with the Metropolitan Code of Laws, specifically Chapter 10.56, “Air Pollution Control.” Relevant sections include Section 10.56.020, “Construction Permits,” particularly Paragraph N, and Section 10.56.040, “Operating Permits,” in addition to Section 3-2 of Regulation 3, “New Source Review.”

These regulations necessitate a public notification and a 30-day period for public comment to ensure community involvement and transparency in the permit application process. The applications under consideration are available for public review at the Metro Public Health Department, Vital Records Division, located at 2500 Charlotte Avenue, Nashville, Tennessee. Stakeholders and members of the public are encouraged to review these documents to understand the potential implications of the proposed construction or modifications on local air quality.

Comments on the applications must be submitted to the Air Pollution Control Division Office by no later than June 9, 2024. For those preferring electronic communication, comments can be emailed to [email protected]. This process provides an opportunity for public engagement and ensures that community concerns are considered in the decision-making process related to air pollution control measures.

Individuals seeking further information or clarification regarding the permit application process, the specific applications mentioned, or any related matters are invited to send an inquiry via email. This public notice underscores the ongoing efforts to manage air quality and pollution control within the Nashville area, aligning with broader environmental health and safety regulations.

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