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Title V Facilities’ Emissions Reports Due March 31, 2013
Posted: 12/13/2012
Facilities subject to Title V of the Clean Air Act must submit their emissions inventories for 2012 to the DNR Air Quality Bureau by March 31, 2013.

Title V emission inventory forms can be downloaded from the Iowa Department of Natural Resources web site at http://www.iowadnr.gov/idnr/InsideDNR/RegulatoryAir/OperatingPermits/InventoryFeePayment.aspx

Two copies of Forms 1.0, 4.0, 5.0 and Part 3 are required for Title V Emissions Inventory reports. If your facility is located in Linn or Polk County, one additional copy must be sent to the corresponding county directly. For assistance regarding Emissions Inventory or Fee Payment (due July 1, 2013), please contact Weston Li at (515) 281-8549 or Weston.Li@dnr.iowa.gov or Chris Kjellmark at (515) 281-7826 or Chris.Kjellmark@dnr.iowa.gov.

You may also use the web version of the State Permitting and Reporting System (SPARS) to submit your emissions inventory electronically. For assistance regarding SPARS, please contact Jason Dowie at 515-281-8568 or SPARSHelpdesk@dnr.iowa.gov.

The Annual Compliance Certification and the Semi-Annual Monitoring Report are due March 31, 2013 if your initial Title V permit was issued prior to January 1, 2013. Contact Dennis Thielen at (515) 281-4899 or Dennis.Thielen@dnr.iowa.gov if you have questions about these reports.

For additional information, instructions, and a list of frequently asked questions, please check the informational letter that will be sent to Title V facilities by clicking here or by going to www.iowacleanair.com and clicking on Operating Permits, Inventory/Fee Payment, and on the 2012 Title V Emissions Inventory reminder letter at the top of the page.

This list serve article is intended for consultants, industries, environmental groups, general public, and other entities regulated under the Clean Air Act. It was written by the DNR Air Quality Bureau to share regulatory news, program updates and technical guidance.
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